CPVC Pipes

Chlorinated poly vinyl chloride (CPVC) pipes and fittings are an attractive plumbing option for supplying hot and cold water, especially in establishments like hotels which need to supply both round the clock, as they are resistant to heat. PVC is chlorinated using free radical chlorination to obtain CPVC. When you install CPVC pipes, it will prove a smarter choice than copper pipes as they don’t corrode, and are easy to install with solvent cement. CPVC expansion loops, elbows, end caps, and end plugs are as durable as they look elegant. Female adaptors come with both brass and plastic threading. Control water supply with the full turn concealed valve and the long handled CPVC ball valve. Whether you need your piping for lifting high pressure water to overhead tanks, or whether you need to supply water to the various spouts and faucets in the building; CPVC pipes are preferable as they are very affordable; and are resistant to everyday household chemicals. They are non-combustible without external fuel source; do not rust, or liquefy in water.

CPVC Fittings

Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) pipes have the advantage of resisting higher temperatures, which makes them better for the food industry, especially in places where milk products are manufactured and packaged. We take advantage of CPVC’s resistance to acids, salts, bases, fats, and alcohols to bring you pipes which have quality assurance. However, when choosing CPVC fittings look carefully at the design, color, and material. We bring you CPVC ball valve, ball valve handle, coupling, cross tee, brass elbow mixer, brass three in one mixer, end cap, end plug, expansion loop, both male and female adapters to help you get the right kind of fittings. Depending on your requirements, look for reducer bushing, reducer coupling, and reducer elbow. Always look at the finish of the product you’re choosing. Remember, the finish is a pointer of its probable durability.

Plastic Pipes

In the home, in office, in commercial establishments, and in manufacturing units, it is common practice to install plastic pipes for conveying water, sewage, and other fluids. The commonest plastic pipes used for plumbing are the poly vinyl chloride (PVC) pipes which are a favorite of plumbers due to their adaptability to earth movements, and rust resistance. Their tough construction makes them resistant to chemicals, and able to handle high pressure municipal water supply. Their affordability isn’t something to sneer at owing to their low cost of their handling, transportation, and installation. Their longer length ensures there are fewer joints, thereby reducing the chances of leakage, while enhancing the speed of fluid delivery. The smooth interior of plastic pipes ensures that there is low friction. The reduced resistance ensures less energy is used to convey water. However, plastic pipes should be used for only cold water or venting; not for hot water which might cause them to crack or leak.