The myth that windows plastic is harmful to health originated, presumably, because of the “suspicious” name of its main component – polyvinyl chloride (PVC). In addition, in the production process, lead is added to the plastic, which often alarms and confuses the consumer. Therefore, it is important to understand some basic things about modern PVC products.

PVC is absolutely safe for a person due to its unique properties (despite the fact that it is a product of complex chemical synthesis). Polyvinyl chloride is today one of the most popular materials. Looking around you will notice that a significant part of your daily use items is partially or fully made of PVC: an electric kettle, linoleum, furniture, washable wallpaper, clothes and accessories from the leatherette and even medical gloves.

As for lead, numerous studies prove that it does not pose any threat in the finished product. Manufacturers of PVC products give such an exemplary example: almost every home has crystalline, and this is nothing more than glass with lead, and in much more extent than PVC-plastic. Nevertheless, nobody thinks crystalline is dangerous to health.

Therefore, it should be understood that modern technologies do not stand on a place and the PVC profile for the production of windows and doors is also constantly being improved. As for the VIKNALAND profile, it has undergone multiple studies and has been certified, which in turn proves its compliance with established medical safety criteria. In other words, VIKNALAND profile is absolutely harmless to human health.