Schedule 40 CPVC


CPVC is similar to PVC, but is treated with chlorine to create a material that is more heat and chemical resistant. CPVC also has impressive fire resistant qualities-meaning it is very difficult to ignite.

CPVC is highly resistant to acids, alkalis, alcohols, and many other corrosive materials. With its ability to withstand higher temperatures than PVC applications, CPVC is used in media temperatures up to 210F (intermittently) and can typically be found in hot water systems, hot acid distribution, and waste systems.

Schedule 40 CPVC


Technical Data:

Size Range:

" - 24"

Pressure Rating:

Varies by Size

Operating Temperature:

0C - 93C (32F - 200F)

Joining Technology:

Solvent (Cement) Weld
NPT Threaded Connections
Mechanical Connections

Standard Ratings:

ASTM D1784
ASTM F441
NSF 14
NSF 61

Materials:

Polyvinyl ChlorideChlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride (Harvel Corzan)

Fields of Application:

  • Elevated temperature in chemical processing
  • Hot and cold potable water systems
  • Elevated temperature in water and wastewater treatment
  • Elevated temperature in vacuum lines
  • Industrial applications involving hot corrosive fluid transfer

Advantages:

  • High working temperature limit of 200F (93C)
  • Chemical and corrosion resistant
  • Superior flow characteristics
  • Improved impact resistance
  • Excellent fire resistance capabilities
  • Light, flexible, tough and dependable

 

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