Our PVC Plastisols

PVC plastisol is the principal material used in dip moulding. This material consists of PVC polymer suspended in a plasticiser to which stabilisers and pigments are added.

We manufacture our own PVC plastisols and have developed a large range to suit widely differing requirements. Developments of new grades continue and, if necessary we can enhance a particular property of a standard grade.

Most grades are available in a wide range of colours including black and white. Some colours are offered as standard whilst others can be matched as required. Many grades have a high gloss, opaque finish although we also produce matte, textured and translucent finishes too.

Your logos or other details such as operating instructions can be printed on most mouldings using highly tenacious inks.

We consistently check our plastisols for material performance using BS standards. The performance tests carried out being; high temperature performance, tear strength, electrical insulation properties, chemical resistance, flame retardancy and toxicity (with most of our plastisols being classed as non toxic). The resulting sheets regarding these can be found on our website.

If you require any further information please contact our sales team using the contact tab on our website.


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