Grey PVC Extruded Sheet

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Grey PVC Sheet

Easy to machine grey pvc sheets, economical choice

U-PVC extruded sheets are stocked in white and grey in a smooth finish. White has a strong presence in the display and hygienic market, whilst offering an alternative to grey for fabrication use. PVC Extruded Sheets have a maximum long term service temperature of plus 60°C and a melting point of around plus 75°C. PVC Sheet is also an excellent electrical insulator and can be used to protect electrical components. PVC Sheet also has very low moisture absorption, helping keep components stable in a damp or wet atmosphere. Only PVC Sheet has a very good chemical and acid resistance making it a great product where acid resistance is a benefit.

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Our Most Frequently Asked Questions

Is PVC considered easy or difficult to bond?
PVC is considered easy to bond.  The other plastics are considered easy too: 
•    Nylon 6
•    Nylon 6.6
•    PEEK
•    PVC
•    Polyurethane
•    Tufnol
•    Acrylic
•    Polycarbonate
•    ABS    

These plastics are considered difficult to bond: 
•    Acetal
•    Delrin
•    Oilon
•    HDPE
•    Polypropylene
•    PTFE
•    RG1000
•    UHMWPE
•    PVDF
 
Is PVC considered easy to machine?
PVC is generally considered as easy to machine as are:
•    Acetal
•    Delrin
•    Cast Nylon 6
•    Nylon 6.6
•    Oilon
•    HDPE
•    PEEK
•    RG1000
•    Tufnol
•    UHMWPE
 
Is PVC considered good for chemical resistance?
PVC is considered good for chemical resistance as are:
•    Acetal
•    HDPE
•    Polypropylene
•    PTFE
•    PEEK
•    RG1000
•    UHMWPE
 
Is PVC considered to have good wear resistance?
PVC is not classed as high wear resistant plastic. The following plastics are:
•    Delrin
•    Nylon 6
•    Nylon 6.6
•    Oilon
•    HDPE
•    Polypropylene
•    Polyurethane
•    PEEK
•    RG1000
•    Whale Tufnol
•    UHMWPE
•    PET
 
What is the operating temperature of PVC ?
60 degrees centigrade long term and 80 degrees centigrade short term. Long term typically means between 5,000 and 20,000 hours operating at this temperature without losing more than 50% of its performance. Short term typically means upto 2 hours at any one time.
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