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Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a flexible or rigid material that is chemically nonreactive. PVC offers excellent corrosion and weather resistance. It has a high strength-to-weight ratio and is a good electrical and thermal insulator. The most widely used member of the vinyl family, PVC may be cemented, welded, machined, bent and shaped readily.

There are three broad classifications for rigid PVC compounds: Type I, Type II, and CPVC. Type II and CPVC offer better heat and chemical resistance as well as greater impact resistance. These materials are considered “unplasticized” (rigid) because they are less flexible than the plasticized formulations. Type I, II, and CPVC are normally available in rod, sheet, slab, pipe, tubular bar, fittings and valves. “Plasticized” PVC is available in sheet, film, fittings, flexible tubing, and pipe.

The properties of PVC can be varied by the addition of fillers, plasticizers, stabilizers and colorants. Contact an Emco Industrial Plastics representative who can help you choose the correct material to meet the needs of your applications.

Brand Names

  • Simona® Versadur 200 Series
  • Vintec® II

Emco Industrial Plastics doesn’t claim to represent all of the manufacturers or trade name products listed. This list is intended as a guide of typical materials available for purchase from Emco Industrial Plastics, Inc. For additional information, contact an Emco Industrial Plastics representative by filling out the form below.

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Generic Name
Polyvinyl Chloride, Type II

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Technical Information

Stock Products Properties Applications Advantages Grades

Stock Products

TypeSizeLengthColor
Sheet 1/8″ – 1″ TH Lt. Grey, Dk. Grey, White

Give us your cut-to-size dimensions. We will precision-cut these plastics to your exact size. Additional sizes and colors available upon request.

Properties

Physical PropertiesUnitsASTMResults
Density lb/in³ D792 0.0488
Water Absorption, 24 hrs % D570 0.05 – 0.16
Mechanical PropertiesUnitsASTMResults
Tensile Strength @yield psi D638 6,050 – 7,500
Tensile Modulus psi D638 345,000 – 396,000
Tensile Elongation @Break % D638 145
Flexural Strength psi D790 10000
Flexural Modulus psi D790 400000
Hardness, Rockwell R D785 106
IZOD Impact Strength Notched ft-lb/in D256 14 – 18
Thermal PropertiesUnitsASTMResults
Heat Deflection Temp at 66 psi °F D648 165 – 179
Heat Deflection Temp at 264 psi °F 158 – 176
Melting Temperature °F D3418 162 – 181
Flammability Rating UL94 V – O
Electrical PropertiesUnitsASTMResults
Dielectric Strength, 1/8″ th. V/mil D149 1638
Dielectric Constant @60HZ D150 3.03
Dissipation Factor @ 60 Hz D150 0.0083
Volume Resistivity ohm-cm D257 >10¹⁵

NOTE: The property values presented above are typical values intended for reference and comparison purposes only. They should NOT be used as a basis for design specifications or quality control. Contact us for manufacturers’ complete material property datasheets. All values at 73°F (23°C) unless otherwise noted.

Applications

  • Welded Tanks
  • Valves, fittings, and piping systems
  • Pool liners
  • Ducts
  • Pump parts
  • Machine guards

Advantages

  • High impact strength
  • Dimensionally stabile
  • Easily machined using standard metal working tools
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Easily cemented and welded
  • Lightweight
  • Excellent electrical properties
  • Excellent fire rating

Grades

Grades

  • Type I
  • Type II
  • Pipe Grade
  • Expanded

NOTE: Several grades of this material are available. For additional information regarding this plastic, contact your Emco Industrial Plastics representative or call 973-862-4148.

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