UPVC Door and Window Profiles containing Nanoparticles

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is the third most common synthetic polymer after polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP). PVC is a lightweight plastic that is used in the construction. Addition of lubricants makes this material softer and more flexible than plastics. If no lubricants or plasticizers are added to it, the resulting material is known as UPVC (unplasticized polyvinyl chloride). Some particles larger than one nanometer are often added to the PVC in order to reduce the price, but these particles reduce tensile strength and impact resistance; But it has been proven that the addition of nanoparticles significantly improves both the toughness and stiffness of PVC. 


  • UPVC is used in dentistry, pipe construction, in cabling as insulation and many other applications. It is commonly used in the building and construction, mostly for window frames, etc.
Advantage of Using Nanotechnology
Addition of nanopowders significantly improves both the toughness and stiffness of PVC, while having little effect on the tensile strength.

Certificates and Standards
  • NanoScale Certification
  • Iran Standard Certification

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