|CPVC off grade pellets and powder|
If properly processed, post chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) develops useful physical properties in addition to the inherent higher heat deflection temperature (HDT) compared with polyvinyl chloride. CPVC is a starting material for thermoplastic compounds for hot water pipes, and particularly pressure pipes, waste gas pipes, ducts, storage tanks, and other construction and industrial materials among other uses.
FEATURES & CHARACTERISTICS
CPVC shares most of the features and properties of PVC. It is also readily workable, including machining, welding, and forming. Because of its excellent corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures, CPVC is ideally suited for self-supporting constructions where temperatures up to 200 °F (90 °C) are present. The ability to bend, shape, and weld CPVC enables its use in a wide variety of process applications including tanks, scrubbers, and ventilation systems. It exhibits excellent fire resistance, chemical resistance, and is readily available in sheets, rods, and tubing.
CPVC - Application Use:
CPVC is a popular engineering material due to its relatively low cost, high glass transition temperature, high heat distortion temperature, chemical inertness, and flame and smoke properties. CPVC is used in a variety of industrial applications where a high functional temperature and resistance to corrosive chemicals are desirable. Besides pipe and fittings, it is used in pumps, valves, strainers, filters, tower packing, and duct, as well as sheet for fabrication into storage tanks, fume scrubbers, large diameter duct, and tank lining
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