PVC 1302 is a material in the form of powder in solid chemical form, white, flammable, odorless and tasteless, whose flexible type is sensitive to atmospheric conditions and sunlight.
What is PVC 1302?
Vinyl chloride is a hard thermoplastic polymer that was first developed into a flexible material in 1926 by Waldo Simon by mixing it with other additives.
Advantages and features of PVC 1302?
It is resistant to deformation, has good resistance to aliphatic acids, bases, alcohols and hydrocarbons, its properties and durability vary according to the additives with which it is mixed, a dry plastic with density It is relatively high, has a glass transition temperature between 75 and 80 degrees Celsius, shows excellent resistance to water and aqueous solutions.
Application of PVC 1302?
This material is used in different parts of the industry according to the advantages and features mentioned in the previous sections. For example, in the production of synthetic leather, in the production of flooring, in the production of vinyl siding, in the vertical cutting of windows, in the production of inexpensive bags, in the manufacture of floors and roofs, in the piping of water and sewage, for insulation and Wire coating is used in the production of blood storage bags, etc.
It should be stored in a cool, dry place away from any heat and ignition sources, as it releases toxic fumes when burned or melted, which is harmful to health. It is also best to wear a mask, gloves, goggles, helmet and appropriate safety clothing when in prolonged contact with this substance.