PVC Vinyl Records

Dugdale has been supplying PVC vinyl compounds into the resurgent PVC vinyl record market since the 1950’s when PVC vinyl was first used to replace Shellac. Dugdale's position as a respected expert in the PVC vinyl records market was cemented after Dugdale’s successful release of a range of pre-coloured compounds for PVC vinyl records in 2018 which overcame the historical issues of coloured PVC vinyl sound performance not matching that of the traditional black PVC vinyl material.

Dugdale’s PVC vinyl compounds offer extremely uniform dispersion, a superb aesthetic finish and the growing range of colours, tints and special effects offers the PVC vinyl records industry a variety of exciting creative opportunities. If you would like more information about Dugdale’s established portfolio in vinyl PVC materials of colours and effects or would like to discuss your ideas for your creative design then please give the Dugdale team a call.

Record Compound

Description : A Tin (Sn) stabilised easy flow record compound for use in 7 ", 10 ", 12 " and manual vinyl record presses

Application : Music Industry

Colour : All colours

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