- Corrugated PVC liner panels feature very good scratch and chemical resistance
- Different geometries possible, thickness range from 0.8 up to 2.0 mm
Corrugated PVC liner panels allow efficient roofing and cladding of architectural structures, thus representing a very suitable solution for outdoor applications. The panels have a surface which is easy to clean/sanitize and features very good resistance to chemicals as well as to marking and scratching. In addition, the PVC is non-flammable, rustproof and easy to maintain. To address this trend, AMUT presents its latest development for the production of such corrugated PVC sheets.
The extruders are twin-screw type which are suitable to run different raw material formulations and additives providing UV resistance to the sheet. A horizontal flat die, a calibrating system, a haul-off unit equipped with 3 pairs of rolls and a cutting unit, guillotine type, compose the downstream of the line. The sheets can have different geometries and a thickness range from 0.8 up to 2.0 mm.