By Leonard I. Nass
"Volume 1 of this extraordinary source concentrates on protection and environmental issues within the manufacture and use of resins, and carefully discusses theories of deterioration, plasticization, solvation, and stabilization. "
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PVC: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE Elliott L. Weinberg 1 I. Historical Development of the PVC Industry 1 II. Current Commercial Significance 4 III. Future Trends 15 IV. Summary 24 References 24 Appendix: A History of Polyvinyl Chloride 25 2. VINYL CHLORIDE PRODUCTION Lyle F. Albright 27 I. Introduction 27 II. Major Process for Production of Vinyl Chloride 29 III. Hydrochlorination of Acetylene 37 IV. Technology of Possible Importance 41 V. Economic and Environmental Considerations 42 VI. Storage and Handling of Vinyl Chloride 43 VII.
S. market. Poland has a new 200,000-ton plant coming on stream and will exert export pressure to Western Europe. Markets Having examined the competitive scene, it would do well to examine the markets that all these existing and would-be producers are competing for. By referring to Tables 8 to 10, the breadth of the markets affected by the PVC industry can be studied. The major use areas are in the building and packaging in Page 10 Building and Construction Flooring 73 81 Paneling 11 14 Pool-pond liners 15 14 Roof membranes 12 14 Other building 1 2 Transportation Auto upholstery/trim 30 32 Other upholstery trim 7 7 Auto tops 4 5 Packaging: sheet 35 36 Electrical: tapes 5 5 Consumer and institutional Sporting/recreation 10 9 Toys 14 14 Baby pants 3 2 Footwear 14 14 Building and construction Pipe fittings 48 55 Other building 3 5 Transportation: bumper parts 5 7 Electrical/electronics Plugs, connectors, etc.
Lindsay, Ont. Hudson, NH Page 22 b Capacity (1000 metric tons)b,c Compound typed Specialties and applications Remarks Roscom Trenton, NJ 15 FX, RG CS, TC, ME, AU, BO, FI, SH, XP, CM, GP Recently added 9000 tons. At work on window compounds. Rutland Plastics Pineville, NC 18 E FX, RG EC, CS, DB, YC, EL, XP, IP, CM, GP To add 5000 tons in 1984. At work on PVC/TPE alloys and EMI shielding compounds. Schulman, A. Akron, OH 36 FX, RG EC, GA, CS, AU, ME, WC, XP, IP, CM Recently added 11,000 tons at Akron.
Encyclopedia of PVC, Volume 1: Resin Manufacture and Properties. Second Edition, Revised and Expanded by Leonard I. Nass