UPVC Windows



One of the most versatile polymers found in the world is PVC or Polyvinyl Chloride, and uPVC, a material that is gaining more and more popularity by the day, is based on this polymer. PVC is also one of the most commonly used polymers that find application in almost all facets of our life. It is known to be used in a range of fields, from daily use to even a variety of life-saving equipment. PVC offers a certain level of flexibility that makes it well suited for several applications. Using a unique formulation, this flexibility is leveraged to prepare a special blend, uPVC, which is used in doors and windows as well. The full form of 'U' in uPVC is unplasticised. The uPVC material is used widely as a framing material because of the presence of Unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride in the polymer; the term is also the widely accepted full form of uPVC. As a framing material, uPVC offers unmatched quality, requires very little maintenance and is available in a number of colour options. With the numerous benefits of uPVC doors and windows, uPVC has managed to garner a 50% market share in countries like the USA and UK. In these countries, it is also known as vinyl siding or vinyl.

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Features & Benefits

  • It requires less energy during production
  • Offers rain insulation
  • It is resistant to chemicals
  • Has many commercial applications
  • It is recyclable
  • Offers uv protection
  • Requires no painting or extra maintenance
  • Provides sound insulation
  • Resistant to saltwater
  • Can match all architectural requirements
  • Offers wind insulation
  • Highly resistant to impact
  • It is environment-friendly
  • Protects against environmental influences
  • It is fire-retardant
  • Offers protection against insects


uPVC is prepared with a unique formulation that involves the addition of stabilisers and modifiers to PVC. This helps in making the polymer a bit more rigid, meaning that uPVC can then be used in window and door frames as well.