Polyvinyl chloride, or PVC, plastic film generally comes in two forms, rigid and flexible, but it can be finished in several different ways within these two categories, including firm and soft clears, opaques, coated, mattes, orange peels, and even rigid PVC film.
The customization of PVC film (or “vinyl film,” as it is sometimes called) through processes like RF welding or heat sealing, aids in the creation of a wide array of products. In fact, in 2013 alone, nearly 40 million tons of PVC were consumed worldwide, and the demand for PVC plastic is expected to increase 3.2 percent each year until 2021. Adams Plastics supplies PVC films for a variety of essential uses for homes and businesses, including:
- Medical bags
- Automotive fabric
- Marine upholstery
- Adhesive decals
The relatively low cost of PVC film means that customers can meet their bottom line while still ensuring quality and specificity of the products they need. However, it’s imperative that when selecting a PVC film supplier customers find a company that can adapt to their evolving needs. Let Adams Plastics show you how to bring customizable PVC film solutions like the ones below to your business on your schedule: