CPVC Pipes

CPVC Pipes
CPVC Pipes
Price And Quantity
  • Kilograms/Kilograms
  • 100
  • Kilograms/Kilograms
Product Description
CPVC (Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride) pipes are a type of plastic piping system made from a specially engineered thermoplastic material. They are known for their versatility, durability, and resistance to a wide range of temperatures and chemicals, making them suitable for various residential, commercial, and industrial applications. Here are some key points about CPVC pipes:

Properties and Benefits:

  • Temperature Resistance: CPVC pipes can withstand higher temperatures compared to standard PVC pipes, typically up to 93 degree centigrade, making them suitable for hot water distribution.
  • Corrosion Resistance: They are highly resistant to corrosion from most acids, bases, salts, aliphatic hydrocarbons, and other chemicals, ensuring a longer lifespan in harsh environments.
  • Durability: CPVC pipes are known for their long-term reliability and resistance to mechanical damage and UV radiation.
  • Easy Installation: They are lightweight and easy to handle, which simplifies the installation process. CPVC pipes can be joined using solvent cement, which creates a strong, leak-proof bond.
  • Low Thermal Conductivity: CPVC has low thermal conductivity, which helps in maintaining the temperature of the fluid being transported and reduces heat loss.
  • Cost-Effective: They are generally more affordable than metal pipes and require less maintenance, leading to cost savings over time.

Common Applications:

  • Residential Plumbing: Widely used for hot and cold potable water distribution systems.
  • Commercial and Industrial Plumbing: Suitable for carrying hot water and chemicals in commercial and industrial settings.
  • Fire Sprinkler Systems: Used in automatic fire sprinkler systems due to their high heat resistance.
  • Chemical Processing: Ideal for transporting various chemicals due to their chemical resistance properties.
  • HVAC Systems: Used in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems for distributing hot water and other fluids.

Installation Tips:

  • Cutting: Use a fine-toothed saw or a specialized pipe cutter to ensure a clean, straight cut.
  • Deburring: Remove any burrs or rough edges from the cut ends to ensure a proper fit.
  • Fitting and Solvent Cementing: Apply a primer (if required) and solvent cement to both the pipe and fitting surfaces, then assemble quickly to ensure a strong bond.
  • Support: Properly support CPVC pipes at regular intervals to prevent sagging and ensure a stable installation.
  • Expansion and Contraction: Allow for thermal expansion and contraction by including expansion loops or offsets in the piping system.


  • Pressure Ratings: Ensure that the selected CPVC pipes meet the required pressure ratings for the specific application.
  • Compatibility: Check compatibility with the fluids being transported, especially in chemical processing applications.
  • Code Compliance: Ensure that the installation complies with local building codes and standards.
  • Avoid Direct Sunlight: Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can degrade CPVC pipes, so consider using UV-resistant coatings or burying the pipes when installed outdoors.

CPVC pipes offer a reliable and efficient solution for various piping needs, combining the benefits of plastic with the ability to handle higher temperatures and a wide range of chemicals.
Trade Information
  • 4-5 Days
  • All India
    Contact Us

    Bno Survey No. - 146/p-2 and 114/p1, near Raymond Limited, Motiwada,, Valsad, Gujarat, 396125, India
    Phone :+918045816055