Skipper solvent cement is best for joining our CPVC pipes. It has a fairly easy and quick fitting process and ensures a leak-proof joint. Fitting does not require electricity or a heat source. A fine-toothed hacksaw can be used to cut the pipes to required lengths. Our UPVC fittings conform to ASTMD 2467 and come in schedule 40 and schedule 80.
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Some of the Salient Features of these pipes are:
- High mechanical strength
- Corrosion resistant
- Easy installation and maintenance
- Withstand any hazardous condition and tension
- Ideal for supplying drinking water
- Good insulation properties
- Resistant to fire, water and harmful chemicals
- Durable and long lasting
- Economic in use
Yes, our CPVC pipes are designed to withstand extreme temperatures and are resistant to chemicals, which make them safe for drinking water. They are distinguished for their high chemical resistance that prevents corrosion and scale buildup.
No, CPVC pipes do not require insulation. Our CPVC pipes are designed to withstand extreme temperatures. They also exhibit low thermal explanation, ensuring reduced heat loss.
Our CPVC pipes are resistant to chemicals and corrosion, they do not get brittle easily. Improper installation or wrong use of the tool may lead to brittleness. When installed properly, CPVC pipes can serve you for at least 50 years.
Though PVC pipes and CPVC pipes may appear the same, the two have different chemical structures and are designed for different applications. It is best not to connect them and use one type exclusively.
No, PVC and CPVC pipes are not of the same size. When it comes to PVC pipes, the inner diameter is considered and for CPVC outer diameter is considered. Before starting any plumbing project, make sure to check the specifications.
Yes, CPVC pipes can withstand exposure to UV radiation. Our CPVC pipes are designed to withstand extreme temperatures, making them suitable to supply potable water. Our pipes also do not allow any anti-bacterial growth.