Oct 04, 2023

uPVC Fabrication: Building the Future with Durable, Versatile and Sustainable Resources

In the advent of human evolution and modernization, architecture and construction has always evolved with the change in time. From the use of natural materials like mud and stone in early civilizations to the introduction of materials such as iron and steel embarking the industrial revolution, construction has continuously evolved. While since the early 20th century, concrete has been the most common material, the modern times have accepted uPVC (unplasticized Poly Vinyl Chloride) as eco-friendly and sustainable construction material. uPVC fabrication has become the foundation for modern construction, thanks to its durability, versatility, and sustainability, making it the first choice for windows, doors, and other building components.

uPVC is the updated version of traditional PVC, making it more rigid and highly durable than its counterpart because it isn’t softened by the addition of plasticizers. uPVCs are extremely resistant to corrosion, rot, and decay, marking its exceptional durability regardless of the harsh weather conditions, including heavy rain, extreme heat and cold. One of the other key advantages of uPVC is its low maintenance as it doesn’t require any painting or staining and can be easily cleaned by soap water. Some of the other factors leading to the popularity of uPVC are energy efficiency by excellent insulation properties, and its versatility, being able to be fabricated in customizable shapes and sizes, upon the customers’ requirements.

The uPVC fabrication process comprises of several important steps to ensure that the final product meets the highest quality standards. First, high-quality uPVC resin is mixed with additives, stabilizers, and pigments to create a uniform mixture. This mixture is then headed and extruded into desired shapes. After the extrusion, the uPVC profiles are shaped by cutting into the required lengths for the windows and doors. The next stage involves welding together the pieces using specialized welding techniques ensuring strong and seamless connections. After joining the profiles, they are double or triple glazed to enhance energy efficiency and sound insulation, which is one of the prime features of uPVC products. Thereafter, handles, locks, and hinges are installed to complete the uPVC window and door assembly. However, before the products are shipped, Nepal Windoor windows and doors undergo rigorous quality control checks to ensure they meet the international industry standards and customer specifications.

Nepal Windoor’s uPVC Fabrication is one of the state-of-the-art mechanisms creating sustainability, in addition to exceptional durability and energy efficiency. The best thing about uPVC is that it is recyclable and old uPVC windows and doors can be recycled and used for new uPVC products. It helps in reducing waste and conserving resources in the current environment conscious world. We boast in the fact that we help in reducing the global carbon footprint since the energy required to produce uPVC is lower than any other building material. 

As a greener option in the world of construction, uPVC fabrication has been able to put forth a positive impact on construction, offering a wide range of benefits, from durability and low maintenance to energy efficiency and sustainability. Whether you are a homeowner looking to upgrade the look of your windows and doors, or a builder seeking versatile and eco-friendlt materials, uPVC is just the excellent choice. As the future of construction and architecture, uPVC has proven to withstand the tests and tribulations to contribute to the energy-efficient buildings in the modern world.

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