PVC – Polyvinylchlorid

Guichon fertigt Sonderarmaturen zur Herstellung von PVC (Polyvinylchlorid)

Kolbenventile

FAQ
Kolbenventile
Typ : 655M

DN 15 bis 300 PN 10 bis 250
– Gussausührung
Edelstahl, Duplexstahl, Nickellegierungen, Sonderlegierungen (z.B. Titan, Zirkonium)
Kolbenventile
Typ : 655M
Sprüh und-Spülventil
Typ : 601N

DN 15 und 50 PN 16 bis 250
– Luftmotor
Edelstahl 1.4404 (316L)
Sprüh und-Spülventil 
Typ : 601N

Herstellung

  • Materialen C-Stahl (CS), Edelstahl (SS), Duplex & Super Duplex, Titan (Ti), Zirkonium (Zr), Uranus® B6, Tantal (Ta), Nickel (Ni), Hastelloy®, Monel
  • Konstruktion Schweisstechnik, Gusstechnik, Aus dem Vollen (Monoblock)

Verwendung

  • Betriebsbedingungen Hochdruck, Hochtemperatur, Tieftemperatur, Abrasion, Korrosion, Hochviskosität, Vakuum, Langlebigkeit, Geräuscharmut, Totraumfreiheit
  • Medien Flüssigkeiten, Flüssigkeiten mit festen Bestandteilen, Gas, Pulver und pulverartige Medien, Viskose und hochviskose Medien

FAQ - PVC - Polyvinylchlorid

PVC – Polyvinylchlorid – Anwendungen von Polyvinylchlorid (PVC) :

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is the third-most widely produced plastic, after polyethylene and polypropylene. PVC is used in the building and construction industry,consumer goods and packaging. At global level, demand for PVC exceeds 35 million tons per year and it is in constant growth.

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PVC – Polyvinylchlorid – Herstellungsprozess von Polyvinylchlorid (PVC) :

PVC is produced by polymerization of vinyl chloride monomer (VCM). The main polymerization methods include suspension, emulsion, and bulk (mass) methods. About 80% of production involves suspension polymerization. First, the raw material VCM is pressurized and liquefied, and then fed into the polymerization reactor, which contains water and suspending agents in advance. Next, the initiator is fed into the reactor, and PVC is produced under a few bars at 40 – 60°C. The role of water is to remove and control the heat given off in the polymerization process. PVC forms as tiny particles which grow and when they reach a desired size the reaction is stopped and any unreacted vinyl chloride is distilled off and re-used. The PVC is separated off and dried to form a white powder also known as PVC resin (see flow diagram).
Emulsion polymerization produces finer resin grades having much smaller particles, which are required by certain applications.

Example of the PVC manufacturing process.

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