CPVC pipe full form is Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride Pipe. CPVC pipe was first developed in the late 1950s and had its first commercial production in 1959. The first residential installation of CPVC pipes was in 1960 in the USA Research House. Since then CPVC has over six decades of proven performance and trouble-free usage.
The best features of CPVC pipes are that they have heat resistance to 93 Deg C and are flame retardant. CPVC is a tough rigid material with chemical resistance over a broad temperature range. Moreover, CPVC pipes have proven long term service with low ownership costs.
CPVC or Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride is a thermoplastic polymer used for plumbing applications in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. They are produced as a result of chlorinating the PVC polymer. Chlorination makes the CPVC material more flexible, chemical resistant and gives them the ability to withstand any high temperatures.
CPVC pipes are bendable and exhibit fire-retardant properties, which means they can slow down or stop the spread of fire and are used in fire sprinkler systems. Apart from being resistant to chemicals, CPVC is resistant to many acids, alcohols, hydrocarbons, bases, etc.
CPVC pipes are ideal for hot and cold water distribution in residential and industrial projects. They are used to carry drinking water and food liquids and are also used in water treatment systems.
CPVC pipes are widely used in Hot & Cold Water Plumbing Pipes and Fittings, fire sprinkler applications,and other applications requiring high strength at elevated temperatures.
CPVC pipe is manufactured by the extrusion process in sizes from 1/4 inch to 12 inch diameter. CPVC pipes sizes from 1/4 inch to 2 inch confirms to Copper Tube Size (CTS) dimensions and sizes above 2 inches confirms to Iron Pipe Size (IPS) dimensions.
CPVC CTS pipes sizes from ¼ inch to 2 inch confirms to IS: 15778 & ASTM D-2846. Pipes available in two different classes (i.e. SDR11 & SDR 13.5)
CPVC IPS pipes sizes from 2 inch to 12 inch confirms to ASTM F-441. Pipes available in two different classes (i.e. SCH40 & SCH80)
When designing CPVC pipes the manufacturer should consider factors like pressure and flow requirements, friction loss, operating temperatures, support spacing, joining methods, thermal expansion, and contraction.
We at Ajay Pipes, manufacture CPVC pipes by making use of the latest technology and high-quality raw materials. The CPVC pipes manufactured by us are designed in such a way that they are perfect for both cold as well as hot water distribution systems. CPVC pipe & fittings can be the ideal choice for you because these pipes are durable, friction-free, corrosion-resistant, and environment-friendly.