What Are PVC Liners?

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a thermoplastic thermoplastic polymer that has a wide variety of uses. It exists in both rigid and flexible versions, each of which contains a variety of categories. Moreover, despite the fact that PVC is inherently brittle, producers may add plasticizers to create flexible materials. Also, although PVC has long been deemed toxic, it may be manufactured with plasticizers that are safe for fish and food. In addition to UV, High, and Low Temperature resistance, additional plasticizers are applied. Over 40 million tons of PVC plastic are manufactured annually, making it the third most produced synthetic plastic polymer.

Where Are PVC Liners Used?

  • Agricultural
  • Aquaculture
  • Canals
  • Chemical Storage
  • Coal Ash
  • Construction
  • Electroplating Plating Tanks
  • Electroless Plating Tanks
  • Energy
  • Evaporation Ponds
  • Exposed Covers
  • Floating Covers
  • Floor Liners
  • Fountains
  • Golf Course Ponds
  • Hatcheries
  • Industrial
  • Infrastructure
  • Koi Ponds
  • Lagoons
  • Oil & Gas
  • Plating Tanks
  • Ponds
  • Reservoirs
  • Surface Finishing
  • Wastewater
  • Water Management

PVC Liner Benefits

Superior Chemical Resistance

Great Flexibility

Easily Repaired

Cold Weather Suitable

Potable Water Safe

Great UV Resistance


Easily Fabricated

PVC Liner Properties

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