Backed by our hard-earned experience of this industry, we are engaged in offering an exclusive range of Polyvinyl Alcohol GH 17. This qualitative alcohol is widely used in chemistry labs. Apart from this, our quality examiner tests this alcohol in order to ensure that the offered range is free from any impurity. This alcohol can be purchased from us at market leading price within promised time-frame.
- Non hazardous
- Long shelf life
we keep ready stock of following grades regularly:
- PVA 173
- GH -17 R
- BP 20
- JP 20
- JP 24
- JP 33
- JP 35
- Celvol 540 &
- Many other grades:
- Polyvinyl acetals: Polyvinyl acetals are prepared by reacting aldehydes with polyvinyl alcohol.
- Polyvinyl butyral (PVB) and polyvinyl formal (PVF) are examples of this family of polymers.
- They are prepared from polyvinyl alcohol by reaction withbutyraldehyde and formaldehyde, respectively. Preparation of polyvinyl butyral is the largest use for polyvinyl alcohol in the U.S. and Western Europe.
- Polyvinyl alcohol is used as an emulsion polymerization aid, as protective colloid, to make polyvinyl acetate dispersions.
Some other uses of polyvinyl alcohol include:
- Paper adhesive with boric acid in spiral tube winding and solid board production
- Thickener, modifier, in polyvinyl acetate glues
- Textile sizing agent
- Paper coatings, release liner,
- As a water-soluble film useful for packaging. An example is the envelope containing laundry detergent in "liqui-tabs".
- Feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products as a biodegradable plastic backing sheet.
- Carbon dioxide barrier in polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles
- As a film used in the water transfer printing process
- As a form release because materials such as epoxy do not stick to it
- Movie practical effect and children's play putty or slime when combined with borax
- Used in eye drops and hard contact lens solution as a lubricant
- PVA fiber, as reinforcement in concrete
- Raw material to polyvinyl nitrate (PVN). an ester of nitric acid and polyvinyl alcohol.
- As a surfactant for the formation of polymer encapsulated nanobeads
- Used in protective chemical-resistant gloves
- Used as a fixative for specimen collection, especially stool samples
- When doped with iodine, PVA can be used to polarize light
- As an embolization agent in medical procedures
- Carotid phantoms for use as synthetic vessels in Doppler flow testing
- As agent in artificial Tears for treatment of dry eye.