CPVC or Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride pipes were first developed in the late 1950s. However, its first commercial production was in 1959 and the first residential installation was in 1960 in the USA Research House. Since then CPVC pipes are ruling the plumbing industry for seven decades of proven performance.
CPVC pipes have proven long term service with low ownership and maintenance costs. They are heat resistant to 90 Deg C and are flame retardant. For these reasons, they are used in fire sprinkler systems. CPVC is resistant to chemicals, alcohols, acids, hydrocarbons, bases, etc.
CPVC pipes are an ideal choice for hot and cold water distribution in residential and industrial projects. These pipes are used to carry water as well as food liquids.
CPVC pipes are used in industrial plumbing for chemicals and are used in the transportation of hot corrosive fluids and chemicals that includes a wide range of inorganic acids, bases used in chemical processing.
Industrial CPVC pipe is manufactured by extrusion in sizes from 1/4 inches to 12 inches diameter to Schedule 40, Schedule 80, and Standard Dimension Ratio (SDR) dimensions. CPVC pipes used for plumbing systems are manufactured by extrusion in sizes from 1/4 inches through 2 inches Copper Tube Size (CTS) dimensions.
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.