Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)

PVC, commonly known as ‘vinyl’ which is a shortened form of the word (polyvinyl chloride) is a polymer type which is produced at petrochemical plants from salt and oil (or gas). PVC is the 3rd most commonly used plastic raw material after polyethyln and polypropylene. Preference reasons; easy processability, water resistance, fire and flame resistance, recyclability, cost advantages, light weight, durability, easy to repair, flexibility, transparency and robustness. Primary divided into two groups:

S-PVC (PVC suspension)
  • Window and door profiles
  • Pipe and Connective Parts
  • Hard Film and Sheet
  • Flooring, Edge Band
  • Cable Cases
  • Flexible and soft films
  • Food Packaging
  • Garden and industrial hoses
  • Shoes
  • Waterproof Membranes
E-PVC (Emulsion PVC)
  • Synthetic Leather (leather layers and layers of foam)
  • Flooring, Fabric Coating
  • Brenda
  • Dolls, Balls, Traffic Cones
  • Plastisol and Printing Ink
  • Air filters