PVC Blow Moulding Compound Formula

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PVC (Polyvinyl chloride) blow moulding compound is a type of material used in the blow moulding process to produce hollow plastic products. PVC is a versatile thermoplastic polymer known for its excellent durability, chemical resistance, and low cost. Here is an overview of the PVC blow molding compound process:

  1. PVC Formulation: The first step in manufacturing PVC blow moulding compound is the formulation of the material. PVC resin, which is a fine powder, is combined with additives to enhance its processing and performance properties. These additives may include plasticizers to improve flexibility, stabilizers to enhance heat and UV resistance, impact modifiers for increased toughness, and lubricants to aid in processing.
  2. Mixing and Compounding: The PVC resin and additives are mixed and compounded together using specialized equipment. This process can be done in a high-intensity mixer or an extruder. The mixing and compounding ensure that the PVC resin is evenly distributed throughout the compound and that the additives are properly dispersed.
  3. Pelletizing: After mixing and compounding, the PVC compound is pelletized to form small, uniform pellets. Pelletizing facilitates handling, transportation, and easy feeding of the compound into the blow molding machine. Pelletizing can be achieved through processes like hot-cut pelletizing or underwater pelletizing, depending on the specific equipment used.
  4. Blow Molding: The PVC blow molding compound is then fed into a blow molding machine. The machine heats the PVC compound, usually through an extrusion process, to a molten state. The molten PVC is then extruded through a die to form a parison (a hollow tube with a round or tubular cross-section).
  5. Molding and Cooling: The parison is placed in a mold cavity designed according to the desired shape of the final product. The mold is closed, and compressed air is injected into the parison, causing it to expand and take the shape of the mold cavity. As the plastic cools, it solidifies and maintains the shape of the mold.
  6. Ejection and Finishing: Once the plastic has cooled and solidified, the mold opens, and the newly formed blow-molded product is ejected. Any excess plastic, called flash, is trimmed off, and the product undergoes any necessary finishing processes, such as surface texturing, printing, or assembly, depending on the specific requirements of the product.

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