PVC (PolyVinyl Chloride)

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is a thermoplastic polymer and one of the most widely used polymers in the world. PVC is thermoformable, electrically non-conductive and is resistant to grease, oil and a wide range of chemicals. It is also easily weldable.

PVC is a very durable and long lasting material which can be used in a variety of applications, and is available in either rigid sheet (Industrial Grey and White) and rod (Industrial Grey). PVC is a versatile material that offers many possible applications, these include; window frames, drainage pipe, water service pipe, medical devices, cable and wire insulation, resilient flooring, roofing membranes and automotive interiors to name a few.

Due to its versatile nature, PVC is used extensively across a broad range of industrial, technical and everyday applications including widespread use in Electrical, Building, Transport, Packaging, Healthcare, Water Treatment and Chemical applications.

Material Properties

Venboard PVC or Polyvinyl Chloride material is a thermoplastic polymer. It is manufactured without the use of heavy metal type additives such as lead or cadmium for environmental and consumer protection. It is mainly available in Rods and Sheets in medium grey colour. It is a cost effective, versatile and robust sheet that provides comprehensive solutions for a wide range of applications. It is thermoformable, electrically non-conductive and is resistant to grease, oil and a wide range of chemicals. PVC solid sheets can be easily machined, heat formed, welded and solvent cemented. It is ideal for apparatus construction and is weather stabilised making it highly adequate for outdoor use.


General and chemical industries such as lab equipment, etching equipment, semiconductor processing equipment, plating barrels, chemical storing tanks, acid or alkali production towers, fume fans, scrubbers, extraction systems, meter boxes, electrical insulators, industrial ducting, fume cupboards, dust boxes and dozing platforms. It can be made softer and more flexible by the addition of plasticisers, the most widely used being phthalates. In this form, it is used in clothing and upholstery, and to make flexible hoses and tubing, flooring, to roofing membranes, and electrical cable insulation. It is also commonly used in figurines and in inflatable products such as waterbeds, pool toys, and inflatable structures.

Key Features & Benefits

  • Versatile, robust and durable

  • Chemical and corrosion resistant

  • Easily machined, heat formed, welded and solvent cemented

  • Moisture resistant

  • Weather resistant

  • High strength to weight ratio

  • Recyclable, vacuum formable

  • Thermoformable

  • Electrically non-conductive

  • Resistant to grease, oil and a wide range of chemicals

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