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What is PVC?
Jun 08, 2018

PVC is a vinyl polymer material whose material is a non-crystalline material. In practice, PVC materials often include stabilizers, lubricants, auxiliary processing agents, colorants, impact modifiers, and other additives. With non-flammability, high strength, weather resistance and excellent geometric stability. PVC is very resistant to oxidants, reducing agents and strong acids. However, it can be corroded by concentrated oxidizing acids such as concentrated sulfuric acid, concentrated nitric acid, and is not suitable for applications in contact with aromatic hydrocarbons and chlorinated hydrocarbons. In addition, the term person vs computer in the game, abbreviated as PVC, and PVC human form are often referred to as PVC.

PVC can be divided into hard PVC and soft PVC. Hard PVC accounts for about 2/3 of the market, and soft PVC accounts for 1/3. Soft PVC is generally used on the surface of floors, ceilings, and leather. However, since soft PVC contains softener (which is also the difference between soft PVC and hard PVC), it tends to become brittle and difficult to store, so its use range is limited. Hard PVC does not contain softeners, so it is flexible, easy to mold, not brittle, non-toxic, non-polluting, and has a long storage time, so it has great development and application value. Hereinafter referred to as PVC. Soft PVC is mostly used to make vacuum plastic film, used for surface packaging of various types of panels, it is also known as decorative film, attached film, used in building materials, packaging, medicine and many other industries. Among them, the building materials industry accounts for the largest proportion, which is 60%, followed by the packaging industry, as well as other small-scale applications.

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