What are CPVC Pipe Fittings?

The CPVC stands for Chlorinated Poly Vinyl Chloride, and it alludes to CPVC Pipe & Fittings polymers made from a CPVC layer.

CPVC pipes and fittings are made using high-quality raw materials and cutting-edge tech, making them suitable for both cold and hot water transportation networks.

We deal in UPVC pipe and fittings are flexible thermoplastic piping and fitting material utilised for residential and business plumbing purposes.

This thermoplastic family also includes CPVC. Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride (CPVC) is a thermoplastic made by chlorinating polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin.

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PVC Pipes & Applications

It is much more elastic than regular PVC and can resist greater degrees. Hot and cold water supply pipelines, as well as commercial liquids management, are examples of applications. 

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CPVC pipes offer a unique blend of strong shock resilience and pressure holding capacity / tensile stress, as well as a low Vicat softening point.  

CPVC, like PVC, is considered safe for transporting and using clean drinking water. 

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These characteristics reduce the risk of damage during transportation, storage, and assembly, making them ideal for-

 

  •  Water, both hot and cold, for household and commercial purposes  
  • Drinking water transfer
  • Transmission of chemical solvents to be used in industry

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CPVC Pipes Industries

 CPVC is frequently used as a pipe solution in severe chemical industries due to its long-lasting nature and ability to withstand very hostile chemical conditions.  Chemical modification, mineral processing, electricity generating, sewage treatment, and other businesses.