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PVC-60 Global Industrial Dicke Tools Company Not Provided Dicke Safety, 5' Pvc Staff Extension, White, Pvc-60
PVC-1 Global Industrial Brooks Elect Of Wiremold Not Provided Wiremold Pvc-1 Pvc Cutter
630PVC Global Industrial Trumbull Industries Not Provided 1-1/2" Sch. 40 Foot Lok Stop ™ With Pipe & Tee
PVC105 3 BLK 100 Gopher Electronics Company ALPHA WIRE ACCT#1207 Not Provided PVC TUBING
4242CBF-PVC Global Industrial Tile Redi USA Not Provided Tile Redi, 4242cbf-Pvc, 42" X 42", Rectangular Barrier Free Shower Pan W/Center Drain
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  • No more PVC?
    In what could be a trendsetting move, the fifth largest retailer in the U.S. agrees to systematically reduce PVC use in many of its products. The Center for Health, Environment, and Justice (CHEJ), Falls Church, Va., made headlines last month with its campaign against polyvinyl-chloride (PVC) use
  • Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
    Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a widely used material that has good flexibility, a smooth surface, and nontoxic qualities. Some grades are used in food and chemical processes because of PVC's inert nature and good resistance to chemicals such as acids and alcohols. PVC brand names include ACP
  • Medical Device Link . Flexible PVC Faces Stiff Competition
    Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) has long enjoyed a privileged position in the medical industry. Flexible, transparent, economical, and easily sterilized, it has traditionally been the material of choice for such devices as IV and blood bags, tubing components, catheters, and inhalation masks
    009;Unfortunately, exposure to gamma radiation has a negative effect on the appearance of flexible PVC. While physical properties and viscosity remain unchanged, immediately after sterilization the material tends to darken or yellow. Compound darkening is autocatalytic, and continues after
  • Medical Device Link . Selecting Materials for Medical Products: From PVC to Metallocene Polyolefins Sherwin Shang and Lecon Woo
    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and polyolefins are among the most popular polymers used in medical applications. In 1996, PVC is projected to make up around 27% (750 million pounds) of the total medical plastic volume consumed in the United States (Figure 1). Another
  • Medical Device Link . Performance Properties of Metallocene Polyethylene, EVA, and Flexible PVC Films
    , or volume of device components without sacrificing the structural integrity or functionality of the device. For disposable devices and supplies, a reduction in raw materials will result in a direct reduction of waste. Flexible polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is one of the largest-volume medical film
  • Opportunities for PVC Replacement in Medical Solution Containers
    Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is widely used in the medical device industry for applications ranging from flexible containers for intravenous solutions or blood to many of the accessories employed in the collection and administration of these substances. Flexible PVC originally found its way
  • Medical Device Link . Metallocene Polyethylene Films as Alternatives to Flexible PVC for Medical Device Fabrication
    will result in a direct reduction of waste. Flexible polyvinyl chloride is one of the largest-volume film materials used in the manufacture of medical devices, and thus presents a significant opportunity for both raw material and waste reduction. Because PVC film provides a wide array of functional

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