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FAQ on PVC Foam Board

Updated: Jan 12

What is PVC Foam Board?

PVC Foam Boards serve as an environmentally friendly alternative to wood. The primary raw material used in their production is Polyvinyl chloride. These boards are designed to endure over large periods of time due to their resistance against moisture and corrosion, ensuring long-lasting durability. Their versatility allows for a wide range of applications; they can be painted, engraved, or laminated to suit your preferences or needs. This adaptability makes them a popular choice in crafting wall panels, display boards, vehicle ceilings, screen printing, advertising, and more.

What are the benefits of using PVC Foam Boards?

PVC foam boards bring numerous advantages over natural alternatives like wood or aluminium. Their key benefits include high strength, fire resistance, sound insulation, moisture protection, thermal insulation, water resistance, corrosion resistance, and long-lasting durability. Unlike plywood, they offer the same workability as wood, allowing for nailing, drilling, carving, chiselling, and riveting. Additionally, these boards can be easily modified, and their surface can be coated, painted, or sprayed for customization.

What is the standard size of your PVC Foam Boards?

The standard size we offer of PVC Foam Boards is 1220*2440. Thicknesses range from 3-25mm.

What are the applications of PVC Foam Boards?

Advertising: engraving, screen printing, signage, marking boards display boards

Furniture: bathroom cabinet, kitchen cabinet, various furniture boards

Transportation: ships, passenger cars, roof, interior decoration panels

Architectural: construction formwork



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