Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is one of the most widely used polymers in the world. Due to its versatile nature, PVC is used extensively across a broad range of  industrial, technical and everyday applications including widespread use in building, transport, packaging, electrical/electronic and healthcare applications.

PVC has excellent electrical insulation properties, making it ideal for cabling applications. Its good impact strength and weatherproof attributes make it ideal for construction products like Window and door profiles, Pipes and fittings, Power, data and telecoms wiring and cables, Ducting, etc. Also it is a very durable and long lasting material which can be used in a variety of applications, either rigid or flexible, white or black and a wide range of colors in between.

The first patent for a polymerisation process to manufacture PVC was granted to German inventor Friedrich Klatte in 1913 and PVC has been in commercial production since 1933.  The material now accounts for about 20% of all plastic manufactured world-wide, second only to polyethylene.


Window frames, Drainage pipe, Water service pipe, Medical devices, Blood storage bags, Cable and Wire insulation, Resilient flooring, Roofing membranes, Stationary, Automotive interiors and Seat coverings, Fashion and Footwear, Packaging, Cling film, Credit cards, Vinyl records, Synthetic leather and other Coated fabrics.