Excellent Stiffness, flame resistance, weather resistance, dimensional stability, and chemical inertness. PVC is appropriate for pipelines, medical devices, outdoor appliances, and electrical insulation.
PVC At a Glance
|Process compatibility||Applications||Alloys||Tolerances||Wall Thickness||Max Part Size||Strengths||Lead Time||Price|
|Accurate automotive, aerospace, construction, home appliances, defense, electrical, and electronic parts||Aluminum (MIC6)|
|Not lower than ±0.125mm (±0.005″) based on the drawing ( ISO 2768)||Minimum 0.80 mm (~0.03”); may vary depending on alloy and wall thickness-to-planar dimension ratios||200 x 80 x 100 cm||Exceptional strength-to-weight ratio, machinability, thermal & electrical conductivity, and highly resistant to corrosion.||Minimum 3 days. Not more than 10 days; for all compex parts.||$|
Introduction to PVC
PVC is a lightweight, corrosion-resistant manufacturing material with excellent tensile strength, rigidity, weather resistance, flame retardant, and chemical inertness.
It offers a range of beneficial material qualities, including dimensional stability, vapor barrier lotion, electrical insulation, and manufacturing versatility.
For many applications, including pipe, electrical insulation, food and chemical processing, and outdoor appliances, PVC is the cost-effective and long-lasting choice.