Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride CPVC Resin Manufacture
CPVC resin is a polymer material obtained from chlorination modification with polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin. VIA Chemical CPVC resin can be classified as extrusion grade and injection grade according to the K-value of PVC and chlorine content.
CPVC Resin Features and Applications
CPVC meets the requirements for chemical equipment in terms of mechanical strength and resistant to chemical corrosion, thus can be made into a variety of pipes, fittings, valves, and plates used in chemical industries.
CPVC is heat and corrosion-resistant and resists residual chlorine in water as well; thus, it can be made into pipes and fittings used for hot and warm water supply and drainage system in various industries.
CPVC shows excellent flame retardancy and is thus the preferred choice while producing plastic products with strict fire requirements, including electronic product packaging, architecture decoration, and in transportation facilities.
CPVC can be made into High-voltage electrical power cable conduit due to its excellent heat resistance and insulation characteristic.
CPVC is used for thermoplastics to improve its properties, such as heat resistance and flame retardation.
CPVC can be used to produce anti Corrosive painting and adhesives. Also it can be used as heat preservation materials for hot water pipes and steam pipes.
CPVC pipe has only 1/200 thermal conductivity of that of steel pipe and possesses small friction coefficient, which makes it good at thermal insulation and improving oil flow efficiency when gathering and transferring crude oil.
Through injection, extrusion, rolling, and pressing, CPVC/PVC alloys can be made into molding pieces, trays, electric appliance parts and shells, commercial machine casings, tubing, communication equipment, and auto parts, among others.
CPVC can be used to fabricate fishing nets, work clothes, industrial filter clothes, non-inflammable parachutes, and submarine cable jackets after fabric snagging.