What is Polyvinyl Chloride Sheet?

Polyvinyl chloride sheeting is a rigid solid sheet with high impact resistance and chemical and weather resistance. Its rigid nature makes it an excellent choice for use in point of sale applications and internal signage. It is also compatible with screen printing. It is one of the oldest plastics and is available in a variety of colours.

Polyvinyl chloride sheet comes in a variety of thicknesses from 3/8" to one inch. Available in a variety of colors, PVC is also machinable and can be bonded to a wide variety of other materials. It is particularly useful for waste management and water treatment, as well as chemical processing. It is also suitable for use in blister packaging and irrigation. It is available in many standard sizes and colors, and can be ordered custom-made.

PVC plastic sheeting comes in various shapes and sizes and is suitable for municipal water systems, aquaculture, and corrosive fluid handling. They are also used in tank ducts and for labeling and printing. The materials are available in 0.028 to six inches thick, and can be used for a variety of purposes.

Polyvinyl chloride is a thermoplastic polymer. It melts at temperatures between 100 degrees Celsius and 260 degrees Celsius. Once melted, PVC does not burn, making it a popular choice for many applications.