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How To Buy Environmentally Friendly PVC Plastic Particles?
- Jul 14, 2017 -

From the function of the division, environmentally friendly PVC plastic particles can be divided into ordinary materials, toys, medical materials, three categories. Which is the general material plastic particles for the transparent or solid color particles, small smell, good liquidity; toy plastic particles are more safety considerations, generally do not contain phthalic acid plasticizer, safe and non-toxic; and medical materials plastic particles More colorless and tasteless, the raw materials used to meet FDA requirements, and more for wire and cable, caps, fittings, plugs, shoes and so on. In addition, PVC environmental protection plastic particles also has a strong high temperature, anti-ultraviolet, anti-aging properties, in actual use can show more features, is environmentally friendly production operations can not miss one of the options.

PVC particles are the base material of PVC plastic molding, in the actual molding time to join the other auxiliary materials. PVC Chemical and Physical Properties Rigid PVC is one of the most widely used plastic materials. PVC material is a non-crystalline material. PVC materials in the actual use of often added stabilizers, lubricants, auxiliary processing agents, colorants, impact agents and other additives. PVC material with non-flammable, high strength, weather resistance and excellent geometric stability. PVC has a strong resistance to oxidants, reducing agents and strong acids. However, it can be concentrated oxide acid such as concentrated sulfuric acid, concentrated nitric acid corrosion and does not apply with aromatic hydrocarbons, chlorinated hydrocarbons in contact with the occasion. PVC melting temperature during processing is a very important process parameters, if this parameter will lead to improper decomposition of the material.