What is CPVC?
CPVC is an acronym for Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride. CPVC possesses the same outstanding chemical resistance of PVC, but offers superior performance to PVC in applications where higher heat resistance is required.
CPVC will handle most water-base chemicals at temperatures up to 215 degrees F, 60 degrees higher than PVCCPVC is 195 degrees F (90 degrees C) and for short term exposure up to 230 degrees F (110 degrees C). Whereas, PVC has a maximum permissible temperature on a constant and short term basis of 140 degrees F (60 degrees C).
Although more difficult than PVC, CPVC can be thermowelded. Chemical bonding of the product is similar to that of PVC.
"Properties", Applications" and "Availabilities" for the CVPC Sheet and Rod are at the bottom of this page.
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Properties, Applications and Availabilities for the CVPC Sheet and Rod
|Higher heat resistance than PVC||Tanks||Sheet: .125" to 2.000"|
|Excellent chemical resistance||Hoods||Rod: .500" to 2.000"|
|Can be thermowelded||Tubular bar: .562" I.D. to 5.000" O.D.|
|Can be chemically bonded||Welding rod: .125" to .187"|
|Standard Color: Light gray|
|Specifications: L-P-503 & L-P-350|
|• View CPVC MSDS Sheet|
|• View CPVC Data Sheet|