PVC rolls are strips or rolls made with a flexible form of the plastic material called PVC, or polyvinyl chloride. PVC rolls are primarily used to make energy-efficient strip doors like those commonly found in commercial or industrial coolers and freezers.
PVC rolls are available in a variety of widths, from 4-inch rolls up to 48-inch sheets, as well as a variety of colors, including standard clear and orange safety. Most PVC rolls are constructed to withstand temperatures as low as 0 degrees and as high as 150 degrees Fahrenheit, making them conducive to indoor and outdoor environments. In addition to cooler and freezer applications, PVC rolls are also commonly used in warehouse and loading doors, reach-through windows and conveyor openings.