INEOS Inovyn Specialty Vinyls Webinars

INEOS Inovyn continues to organise regular webinars for customers also in 2024!

The webinars, hosted by our technical experts, focus on specific topics concerning specialty PVC resins and their efficient use in different applications.

The webinars are designed to help our customers to better understand theoretical and practical aspects of our products and how to improve performance of specific applications. 


Details of our webinars for 2024 can be found below:

Subject When Registration

New PVC projects from INEOS Inovyn lab

April 2024


IP-PVC (this was originally named "New Product Development")

June 2024


BIOVYN update

Q4 2024



New PVC projects from INEOS Inovyn lab


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Subject When
Softer. Faster. Stronger. Better with INEOS Inovyn copolymers 29 & 30 November 2023
PVC Fundamental: Viscosity 14 & 15 June 2023
Gelation: the key to unlock mechanical properties 22 & 23 February 2023
Plasticizers: the soft side of PVC: advanced 28 June 2022
Plasticizers: the soft side of PVC 23 & 24 February 2022
PVC Fundamentals: K Value & Difference between S-PVC / Paste 29 & 30 September 2021
Foaming of PVC plastisol Advanced: Become an expert of Paste PVC foam layer 26 & 27 May 2021
Foaming of PVC plastisol part II: How to Bring your Paste PVC beyond the limits 3 & 4 February 2021
Bring your Paste PVC foam layer to the next level 29 & 30 September 2020
Benefits of using Extender in paste applications 14 May & 9 June 2020
Viscosity basics in paste PVC 4 February 2020



The webinars will be run using GoToWebinar. Each webinar (45 - 60 mins) will be by invitation only, with registration opening approximately 4 weeks in advance (see above calendar).

To register for a specific webinar please click on the registration link when published above. Once registration is confirmed you will receive an email with a link to the webinar.

Registration is free of charge. 


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