PVC

  • (noun): Irregularity of cardiac rhythm; recurrent occurrences can be a precursor of ventricular fibrillation.
    Synonyms: premature ventricular contraction
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on pvc:

Sleeping Dragon
... It involves handcuffs and PVC pipe a series of protesters are handcuffed together through the PVC pipe, which precludes police from simply using bolt cutters to break the handcuffs ... Advanced variations include covering the PVC pipe with elements which might make it more difficult to break ... Another variation is filling the PVC pipe with concrete ...
Companhia Industrial De Resinas Sinteticas
... Companhia Industrial de Resinas Sintéticas is a major PVC emulsion and a PVC suspension manufacturer located in Estarreja, Portugal, with a turnover of over €130M ... Hydro and Shin Etsu are world leaders in PVC manufacturing technologies of suspension and emulsion resin types, and Mitsui being one of the most important trading companies for these ...
Spud Gun - Primary Materials - Plastics
... PVC-U (Polyvinyl chloride, unplasticized) Highly popular due to its availability and relatively low cost ... PVC pipes are available in a wide variety of sizes and pressure ratings ... styrene) Another popular plastic piping material, more expensive and less common than PVC but available in the same sizes and pressure ratings ...
Chemically Assisted Degradation Of Polymers - Examples of Chemically Assisted Degradation - Degradation of Poly(vinyl) Chloride (PVC)
... of double bonds, such as solvolysis in PVC(Peacock) ... This occurs in PVC in the presence of an acid species ...
Chemplast Sanmar
... It is a major manufacturer of PVC resins, chlorochemicals and piping systems ... The Cuddalore PVC project commissioned in September 2009 is the largest such project to come up in Tamil Nadu ... of 235,000 tons makes it one of the largest PVC players in India ...

More definitions of "PVC":

  • (noun): A polymer of vinyl chloride used instead of rubber in electric cables.
    Synonyms: polyvinyl chloride