Vinyl Resins, produced by a proprietary suspension polymerization process, offer several advantages:
No water-soluble suspending agents or surfactants are used in the manufacture; therefore, water resistance is outstanding. Additionally, the as-received vinyl chloride monomer (VCM) content of dry vinyl powders is nondeductible.
Uniform Polymer Composition and Narrow Molecular Weight Distribution Provide predictable solution viscosities and batch-to-batch production uniformity.
Low in Gels
Easily dissolved and low in gels and insoluble materials.
Vinyl Resins are completely compatible with each other and many different types of resins.
Typically dry by evaporation. Hydroxyl-modified vinyls can be cured by crosslinking.