The chemical name of POVAL is polyvinyl alcohol, which is a water-soluble synthetic resin that was first industrially produced in Japan and is used as an ingredient in vinylon synthetic fibers.
JVP aims to design and provide resins that meet customer needs by combining resin production technology that covers a wide range of degree of polymerization as well as a wide degree of hydrolysis with functional monomer copolymerization denaturation technology.
Vinyl carboxylate is a substance in which a vinyl group has been introduced as an ester to a carboxylic acid, an example of which is acetic acid.
By converting vinyl acetate into a resin, it can be used in such applications as wood glue, EVA resins.
Injecting a catalyst with oxygen, ethylene, and acetate in a gaseous state into a reactor will induce a reaction to produce and refine the vinyl acetate.