Vectus CPVC pipes and fittings are manufactured using world-class raw material and technology, which makes them ideal for both hot and cold water distribution systems. These pipes are made from special plastic, chemically known as Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride, commonly known as CPVC.
What is the difference between PVC and CPVC Pipes?
PVC is a versatile thermoplastic piping and fitting material that is used for commercial and residential plumbing applications. CPVC belongs to this same thermoplastic family. Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride is a thermoplastic produced by chlorination of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin, which is significantly more flexible and can withstand higher temperatures than standard PVC. Uses include hot and cold water delivery pipes and industrial liquid handling. CPVC, as PVC, is deemed safe for the transport and use of potable water, potable meaning water used for drinking, cooking, and bathing.
.Vectus CPVC pipes have a unique combination of high impact resistance, with no compromise in the pressure bearing capacity / tensile strength or Vicat softening temperature. These qualities lower the chances of cracks/damages while handling, during storage, and installation making them suitable for-
Benefits of CPVC Piping System
Long Service Life - CPVC pipes are expected to last upto 50 years under optimal conditions. Due to the rigorous quality testing, CPVC Pipes and Fittings maintain long term structural integrity and strengthl.
Easy installation and handling - Installation of CPVC Pipes and Fittings is very easy. No electric/heat source is required making installation cost-effective.
Joint Security :- A solvent cement welded joint is the strongest part of the CPVC Pipes and Fittings system. Pipes are joint with CPVC Fittings with an easy solvent cement welding process which is much safer than other installation processes.
High Strength - Vectus CPVC Pipes and Fittings are highly durable and have the power to bear higher temperatures when compared to other PVC Piping systems available in the market.
Fire-retardant: Since Vectus CPVC Pipes and fittings do not support combustion, they will never burn without an external fuel source, or cease to burn as soon as the external fuel source is removed. It is this characteristic, which makes CPVC pipes a lucrative alternative to steel and copper pipes for fire sprinkler applications.
Vectus CPVC pipes are manufactured as per IS 15778 & ASTM F 441 while the CPVC fittings are manufactured as per ASTM D 2846 & ASTM F 439 in CTS (Copper Tube Sizing).
Vectus CPVC Pipes are available in SDR 11, SDR 13.5, SCH 40 & SCH 80, and fittings are manufactured as per SDR 11. The available range of CPVC pipes and CPVC fittings varies from 15 mm to 100 mm.
Pipe SCH 80
Pipe SCH 40
Pipe SDR 13.5
Pipe SDR 11
Elbow 90 Degree
Male Adapter Plastic Threaded MAPT
Female Adapter Plastic Threaded FAPT
Step Over Bend
Elbow 90 Degree Brass
Reducing Female Adapter Brass Threaded FABT
Reducing Male Adapter Brass Threaded MABT
Male Adapter Brass Threaded MABT
Female Adapter Brass Threaded FABT
Elbow 45 Degree
Wall Mixer Top And Bottom 6 Inches
Wall Mixer Top And Bottom 7 Inches
Wall Mixer Top And Side 6 Inches
Wall Mixer Top And Side 7 Inches
Reducing Male Adapter Plastic Threaded MAPT
Wall Mounted Female Elbow Plastic
Reducer Elbow 90 Degree
CPVC Solvent Cement
CPVC Cement Heavy Duty