PVC does not conduct electricity. That means that wires and cables insulated and sheathed with PVC prevent potentially fatal accidents. They also possess favourable fire safety characteristics as they are difficult to ignite. In the event of a fire, heat production is comparatively low and they tend to char rather than generating droplets with the potential to spread flames.
  • Favourable fire safety characteristics
  • Excellent insulation
  • Flexibility
  • Long life
  • Resistance to chemicals


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Ongrovil® S-5070 is suitable for both rigid and plasticised applications. It is recommended for the extrusion of cable and core insulation, calendered and blown films, extruded plasticised profiles...