PVC resin processing method-Extrusion

PVC is  easy to process by extrusion, injection molding, calendering, blow  molding, compressing, cast moulding and thermal molding, etc

PVC Extrusion

PVC extrusions are a crucial component in many applications, including:

  • Water and sewer pipes
  • Medical tubes
  • Decking and planks
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Window glazing
  • Machine guards
  • Automobile components
  • Electrical wire insulation

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) extrusion forces a PVC material through numerous dies in order to produce predetermined design shapes.PVC is often extruded to form items that see common use across consumer, commercial, and industrial applications. PVC can be manufactured in one of two forms: rigid and flexible.

Flexible PVC

Flexible PVC is much softer and more amenable to bending than its rigid counterpart thanks to the use of plasticizers. Flexible PVC is commonly used in the creation of electrical wire insulation. Many residential and commercial builders also use flexible PVC to create flooring.


Rigid PVC

The most commonly used form of PVC, rigid PVC is strong, lightweight, and integral to numerous construction applications. This PVC is easy to weld via the use of thermoplastic welding equipment. Many of our rigid PVC extrusions see use in the automotive, construction, and marine applications. Common application examples include parts to manufacture boats, automobiles, and large doors and decking pieces.


Plastic Tubing

Plastic tubing is manufactured using plastic compounds. Most tubing is utilized in fluid flow or structural systems, but can also be useful in creating sheathing and insulation for electrical wires. This tubing is versatile, lightweight, and may be flexible or rigid depending on its intended application.

PVC is an ideal material for use in plastic tubing. Due to its chemical and corrosion resistances, exceptional flexibility, and outstanding flow characteristics, much of the plastic tubing produced today is made of PVC.

Post time: Jul-08-2022