Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is one of the most commonly used thermoplastic polymers in the world. It is a naturally white and very brittle (prior to the addition of plasticizers) plastic. It is used most commonly in the construction industry but is also used for signs, healthcare applications, and as a fiber for clothing.
PVC Regrind is the alternative of PVC Resin pellets. The process of regrinding PVC starts with the selection and separation of foreign material from PVC in order to find high quality PVC Regrind materials (Post-production waste) and removing them from any contamination. Then, the PVC materials will be grinded into small PVC granules which later on will be used in several applications such as production of window profiles and sheet piles.
PVC is grouped under Resin Identification Code 3
PVC Regrind is the alternative of PVC Resin pellets and can be used for the production of window profiles and sheet piles.