PVC is an amorphous thermoplastic material, with a range of continuous use temperatures varying by type (Type I, Type II or CPVC).
High impact strength/stiffness
Easy to fabricate and process
Excellent electrical insulation
Low flammability rating
Smooth surface (Type I)
High heat distortion temperature (CPVC)
Extremely low moisture absorption (CPVC)
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|Units||ASTM Test||PVC Type I/II||CPVC|
|Tensile strength @ break @ 73°F||psi||D638||5,970 – 7,370||7,500 – 7,790**|
|Flexural modulus @ 73°F||psi||D790||333,000 – 466,000||349,000 – 404,000|
|Izod impact (notched)||ft-lbs/in of notch||D256||0.3 – 20||1.5 – 2.5|
|Deflection Temperature Under Load @ 264 psi||°F||D648||138 – 170||177 – 235|
* Technical Data is provided courtesy of UL Prospector (www.ulprospector.com) and IAPD (www.IAPD.org).
Data is to be considered representative and is provided for guidance only. All product performance must be verified by the user under actual application conditions.