Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)

Our PVC lineup includes rigid PVC, which offers exceptional durability and chemical resistance and is a great choice for producing construction pipes and fittings. Moreover, we offer flexible PVC solutions, ideal for manufacturing electrical cables, flooring, and automotive components. With Tradepro as your partner, you’ll have access to a consistent supply of premium-grade PVC variants, tailored to your exact specifications.

What Is Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)?

PVC, a thermoplastic compound, is well-known for its versatility and extensive applicability across several industries. It is derived from vinyl chloride monomers through a polymerization process, which gives it exceptional durability and chemical resistance, and makes it cost-effective. PVC is extensively utilized in construction, healthcare, automotive, and packaging sectors because of its adaptability to diverse manufacturing use cases.

PVC Attributes

We offer PVC solutions with the following attributes:

65 to 70

PVC Content ppm
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Lebel Content
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Injection, Extrusion


Prime, Off-Grade, Post Industrial, Post Commercial, Post Consumer Resin (PCR), Post Consumer


Bales, Regrind, Parts, Pellets, Fines



PVC Applications and Benefits

The majority of PET and rPET products are used in textile applications like carpet, automotive, furniture, and others. The plastic also is used to produce beverage, food, and non-food packaging.

PVC Benefits

  • Low Maintenance: It requires minimal maintenance, reducing operational costs and improving efficiency for end-users.
  • Insulation: PVC possesses excellent insulation properties, making it suitable for electrical wiring, and cables.
  • Durability: PVC is remarkably tough, making it suitable for long-lasting applications in various industries.
  • Chemical Resistance: PVC is highly resistant to many chemicals and performs well in harsh environments.
  • Versatility: It can be formulated into both rigid and flexible forms, expanding its applicability across industries.
  • Recyclability: PVC is easily recyclable, therefore, contributing to waste reduction.

PVC Applications and Uses

  • Construction: PVC is widely used to produce pipes, fittings, and roofing materials.
  • Healthcare: Because of its biocompatibility, PVC is utilized to make medical tubing, blood bags, and respiratory masks.
  • Automotive: Known for its flexibility and anti-abrasive properties, PVC is used to make interior upholstery, dashboards, and door panels.
  • Electrical: PVC is ideal for electrical wiring, and cables because of its excellent insulation properties.
  • Consumer Goods: It’s commonly found in various consumer goods such as toys, footwear, furniture upholstery.

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