The World of PVC

United Kingdom, 1960

Film
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PVC is the most versatile plastic of all and thiis film is about the process and manufacture of PVC. Tells about its low maintenance and long-lasting protective function. Some if its uses include: 33 1/3 records, raincoats, floor coverings, wallets and briefcases, covers for barges, car and haystacks, and pipes for building industry. PVC is made from oil and coal.

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Credits

director

Bob Kellett

producer

John G. Berry

production company

British Geo Ltd

Dormar Productions

Duration

00:16:40:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1960

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