What we do
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is essentially an amorphous polymer, in which the molecules are arranged in random directions. However, by stretching the material and under certain conditions of pressure, temperature and speed, it is possible to arrange the polymer molecules in the same direction in which the stretching has taken place, depending on the process parameters and mainly on the stretching ratio, a greater or lesser degree of orientation is obtained.
The result is a plastic with a lamellar structure, whose layers are visible to the naked eye.
The Molecular Orientation process significantly improves the physical and mechanical properties of PVC, giving it exceptional characteristics, without altering the advantages and chemical properties of the original polymer. The result is a plastic with unsurpassed tensile and fatigue strength, flexibility and impact resistance.