Review of PVC dispersion and blending resin products

@article{Shah2003ReviewOP,
  title={Review of PVC dispersion and blending resin products},
  author={Ashok C. Shah and David J. Poledna},
  journal={Journal of Vinyl and Additive Technology},
  year={2003},
  volume={9}
}
The world consumption of PVC (2001) was around 25 MM MT (55 billion pounds), second only to low density polyethylene. Total PVC consumption in North America (2001) was 15 billion pounds. This represents almost 17% of all domestic plastics sales of 88 billion pounds. Dispersion and blending (extender) PVC resins are truly specialty resins, and they represent no more than 5% of the total PVC sales. This paper reviews the manufacturing processes, markets, plastisol/organosol compounding… 
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