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Compare Polyvinyl hloride, Polyethylene to Cross-linked Polyethylene

Polyethylene is referred to as PE, which is a polymer of ethylene and is non-toxic. Easy to color, good chemical stability, cold resistance, radiation resistance, good electrical insulation.

Polyvinyl chloride, referred to as PVC, is a polymer of vinyl chloride. It has good chemical stability and is resistant to acid, alkali and some chemicals. It is moisture-resistant, aging-resistant and flame-retardant. It should not be used above 60°C, and it will harden at low temperatures. Polyvinyl chloride is divided into soft plastics and hard plastics.

Cross-linked polyethylene, referred to as XLPE, is an important technology to improve the performance of PE. The performance of PE modified by crosslinking can be greatly improved, which not only significantly improves the mechanical properties, environmental stress cracking resistance, chemical corrosion resistance, creep resistance and electrical properties of PE, but also The temperature resistance level has been significantly improved, and the heat resistance temperature of PE can be increased from 70 ° C to more than 90 ° C, thus greatly broadening the application range of PE. At present, cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) has been widely used in pipes, films, wire and cable materials and foam products.

CYG TEFA’s foam products are made of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE Foam), which is better than PVC and PE foam.

vertical crosslinked foam

Here’s latest informative report on the worldwide PE Foam Market 2019-2025 which has been added to our humongous database. The PE Foam market research report will help you to shape the future of your businesses by developing well-informed business-oriented decisions. Furthermore, the report on PE Foam market provides a comprehensive analysis of several industrial aspects such as size, recent technological techniques, new innovations, market shares, and global PE Foam market trends.

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This study highlights numerous top key players in order to get better insights into universal businesses. It also provides a brief description of the top-level companies which are operating in the different regions of the world. The study report on PE Foam market includes significant data regarding the enterprise overview, contact details, and other crucial strategies followed by the competitive PE Foam market vendors. The global PE Foam market report is the systematic and accurate documentation of several business perspectives including major geographies, opportunities, restraints, challenges, and drivers. The PE Foam market report has been aggregated as per the several market segments as well as sub-segments associated with the worldwide industry.

Region-wise analysis of the PE Foam market as follows:

Geographically, the worldwide PE Foam market has been studied in several regions such as Latin America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, India, the Middle East, and Africa. Reportedly, the global PE Foam region is dominating this industry in the forthcoming year.

Major PE Foam market players included in this market are:

Sing Home
Sansheng Industry
Zhangqiu Jicheng
Zhjiang Jiaolian
HengshiJucheng Rubber
Zhejiang Wanli
Great Wall Rubber
Runyang Technology
Hengshui Yongsheng
Fullchance Rubber Sheet
Sanhe Plastic Rubber
Hengshui Rubber Company Limited


CYG TEFA is the earliest PE foam manufacturing with scale production in China since 2002.Mainly produce XPE FOAM,IXPE FOAM,IXPP FOAM and ESD PRODUCT(Foam type: PE/EVA/PU/EPE/PP Plastic).Annual production capacity is about 6000 tons.2 bases one in Shen zhen and an other in Huzhou,with total 17 production lines.CYG Management control system: Kingdee / OA / Oracle.CYG have a professional team and technology.More than 30 R&D staff.Through the great variety of our products we provide people with a warm and quiet home and working environment.


Global PE Foam Market segmentation: By Product Type Analysis


Global PE Foam Market segmentation: By Application

Automobile industry
Home appliance field
Engineering field


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Apart from exploring the company profiles of key market leaders, the research study on PE Foam market collects and meanwhile, analyzes raw information on the import/export status, supply chain management, regulatory framework, and cost structure that is anticipated to articulate the trajectory of the PE Foam industry landscape. In this research, the analysts have used the market-leading assessment tools to explain the growing level of competition, product launches, new participants, recent acquisition and mergers.


Polyethylene (PE) resin is a crystalline polymer with a linear structure. When it is heated and melted, the force between macromolecules is very small, and the temperature range of the high elastic state is very narrow. When the resin is melted, the melt viscosity is low, so it foams. When the decomposition gas of the blowing agent is not easily maintained in the resin, it is difficult to control the foaming process; PE has high crystallinity and fast crystallization speed, and a large amount of heat of crystallization is released from the molten state to the crystalline state, plus the heat capacity of the molten PE Larger, it takes a long time to cool to a solid state, which is not conducive to maintaining the gas during the foaming process. In addition, PE resin has a high gas permeability, among which low-density polyethylene (LDPE) is more easily permeable to gas than high-density polyethylene (HDPE). These factors will promote the escape of foaming gas.
In order to overcome the above shortcomings, it is usually necessary to cross-link the molecules to form a partial network structure to increase the viscosity of the resin and slow down the tendency of the viscosity to decrease with the increase of temperature, that is, to adjust the viscoelasticity of the resin to meet the foaming requirements.
Polyethylene foam can be divided into two types: cross-linked and non-cross-linked. Cross-linked PE foam is divided into two processes: radiation cross-linking and chemical cross-linking. If it is classified according to the external pressure when the blowing agent is decomposed, it can be divided into normal pressure foaming and pressure foaming.
The development of foamed polyolefin materials has always been a hot spot of research. Compared with the traditional foaming materials of PS and PU foams, the development history of polyolefin foaming materials such as PE and polypropylene (PP) is shorter.
In 1941, a patent from DuPont of the United States proposed the preparation of PE foam, which opened the prelude to PE foam. Later, the Callent Cable Construction Company and other companies also obtained patents for the preparation of PE foam. In 1955, DuPont of the United States produced low-foaming PE. In 1958, the Dow Chemical Company of the United States first adopted the non-crosslinking extrusion foaming method to realize the industrial production of high-foaming PE foam. At present, most of the high-foaming PE in the United States is still produced by this method. In the early 1960s, Japanese companies such as Sanwa Chemical Industry, Furukawa Electric and Sekisui Chemical successively developed and developed cross-linked high-foaming PE, and started producing high-foaming PE products in 1965. At present, most manufacturers are based on the technology developed in Japan. Europe began to produce cross-linked PE foam materials from about the 1970s.

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