PVC Membrane

PVC Membrane

PVC Geomembrane Types;

Homogeneous PVC Membrane

Signal Layer PVC Membrane

Reinceforced PVC Membrane

Tunnel Type PVC Membrane

PVC is one of the most important amorphous plastics. So there is no crystallization. Therefore, it is completely transparent. By this means, plastic additives can penetrate homogeneously into the structure of PVC and integrate with PVC. With these additives, the properties of PVC can be combined in different ways. Thus, it can be used in many areas. Because it is durable, resistant to atmospheric conditions and robust more than half of the world's PVC is used in the construction industry. With the selection of suitable additives, PVC can be processed at 180-200 C without decomposition. Deformation of this plastic alloy is possible at low temperatures. In such processes, the raw materials are combined. Thus, pipes, hoses, profiles, foils and plates are extruded.The wires are covered,the insulated guide rails are formed in cylindrical shape,the ready parts are poured out by sprayed and the hollow bodies are formed by blowing.

PVC waterproofing membranes, which have reached a level that can be called perfect in line with the developments in today's technology, are an ideal waterproofing material that can be applied as a single layer for perfect waterproofing in many details.

PVC geomembranes are produced in various thicknesses (1-1.2-1.5-1.8-2.0-2.5-3.0 mm) in various colors, as single color or double color, also with signal layer (one side thin) yellow layer).

It protects surfaces which are exposed to corrosion, acids, alkalis, salts, gases and other chemical solutions of concrete, especially in corrosive materials. It is used as waterproofing and insulation material. PVC geomembranes also meet and exceed many industry performance standards such as water tightness, puncture resistance, hail rain resistance, wind lift resistance. For example, it shows resistance against many threats such as rainwater that accumulating on the roof and air pollution, bird droppings, acid rain, etc.