PVC Bag With Handle

PVC Bag With Handle

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The functional additives used in all PVC materials include heat stabilisers, lubricants, and in the case of flexible PVC, plasticisers.

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PVC Zipper Bag With Handle For Bedding 
Product Details Usage Household textile, bed sack, bedsheet, etc.
Feature Recyclable, high durability...
Material Clear pvc
Thickness/gsm Customized
Size According to customer's request
Color Clear or customized
Printing & logo Based on request
Sealing & Handle With high quality zipper and webbing belt for closure
Weight Based on size & thickness
Sample Details Sample time 1-2 working days
Samples fee If samples in stock, samples will be free
If samples need to be customed, there will be samples fee
Freight charge By your express account. DHL, Fedex, UPS, TNT... everyone is okay.
Purchase info. MOQ 1,000 pcs
Lead time The specific lead time depends on the quantity
Payment terms Paypal, 100% T/T, 30% deposit 70% balance against copy of B/L
FOB Port Qingdao
Factory info. Factory Location Qingdao, China
Factory experience From 1990

Before PVC can be made into products, it has to be combined with a range of special additives. These additives can influence or determine a number of the products properties, namely; its mechanical properties, weather fastness, its colour and clarity and indeed whether it is to be used in a flexible application. This process is called compounding.
PVC's compatibility with many different kinds of additives is one of the materials many strengths and is what makes it such a highly versatile polymer. PVC can be plasticised to make it flexible for use in flooring and medical products. Rigid PVC, also known as PVC-U (The U stands for "unplasticised") is used extensively in building applications such as window frames.

The functional additives used in all PVC materials include heat stabilisers, lubricants, and in the case of flexible PVC, plasticisers. Optional additives, include a range of substances from processing aids, impact modifiers, thermal modifiers, UV stabilisers, flame retardants, mineral fillers, pigments, to biocides, and blowing agents for specific applications. The actual PVC polymer content in some flooring applications can be as low as 25% by mass, the remainder accounted for by additives.

Its compatibility with additives allows for the possible addition of flame retardants although PVC is intrinsically fire retardant because of the presence of chlorine in the polymer matrix.

Heat stabilisers are necessary in all PVC formulations to prevent the decomposition of the PVC by heat and shear during processing. They can also enhance the PVC's resistance to daylight, and to weathering and heat ageing. In addition heat stabilisers have an important influence on the physical properties of the PVC and the cost of the formulation. The choice of heat stabiliser depends on a number of factors including the technical requirements of the PVC product, regulatory approval requirements and cost.

It has good impact strength and weatherproof attributes:

1. PVC is easy to process, long lasting, tough and light.
2. PVC consumes less primary energy during production than any of the other commodity plastics.
3. With high clarity and excellent organoleptic properties (no transfer of taint to food) it is equally suited for use in short term applications such as specialised packaging.
4. PVC is fully recyclable. Due to its properties it reprocesses well and can be recycled into second (or third life) applications with ease.

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