PVC ( poly-vinyl chloride ) is an engineering plastic with good insulation properties but its electrical insulating property aren’t quite as good as plastics such as polyethylene and polypropylene
It’s generally only suitable for medium or low voltage and low frequency insulation materials.

Most products made with PVC are long lasting – up to and over 60 years. Because of this reliability throughout their service lives, maintenance or repair is reduced significantly. It is the most widely used plastic in building and construction applications. PVC is resistant to oxidation and degradation and its inherent chlorine content gives it excellent fire resistance.

** Anti-static grades available **


  • good hardness and mechanical properties
  • good electrical insulating properties
  • very high chemical and moisture resistance
  • excellent forming characteristics
  • good dimensional stability
  • bondable and excellent for welding
  • self extinguishing
  • continuous temperature up to 600C


  • chemical processing tank
  • valves
  • fitting and piping systems
  • plating barrel
  • fumeboards
  • laboratory cabinets
  • Electrical insulators
    Battery boxes


PVC rods grey colour ( 1000 mm length )
Dia 10 mm to Dia 300 mm

PVC sheets grey colour ( 1220 x 2440 ), white colour
From Thickness 2 mm to 50 mm

PVC sheets transparent colour , PVC sheet ESD ( 1220 x 2440 )
From Thickness 2 mm to 15 mm


CPVC a high temperature PVC material that can withstand higher temperature without affecting the excellent chemical resistance nor mechanical properties of a PVC.


  • Uniform physical properties
  • Continuous service temperature up to 90 °C
  • High resistance to acids and salt solutions
  • Normal impact strength
  • Flame retardant, self-extinguishing after removal of flame
  • Easy processing by welding, thermoforming and gluing


CPVC sheets grey colour ( 1220 x 2440 mm )
Thickness from 2 mm to 20 mm