Chlorinated PolyVinyl Chloride (CPVC)

Chlorinated PolyVinyl Chloride (CPVC) Product Description

Forget standard PVC; CPVC (Chlorinated PolyVinyl Chloride) takes it up a notch. Imagine a plastic that shares PVC’s workability like machining and welding, but thrives in hot environments. That’s CPVC in a nutshell.

Its secret weapon? Chlorine atoms added to its structure. This boost its corrosion resistance, making it ideal for self-supporting constructions in blazing temperatures up to 90°C. Plus, it’s a shape-shifter! Bending, forming, and welding CPVC unlocks its potential in diverse applications.

But hold on, there’s more. CPVC is a fire-fighter at heart, exhibiting fire-retardant properties that add an extra layer of safety.

So, if you need a tough, versatile plastic that handles heat like a champion, CPVC is your weapon of choice. From industrial processes to hot water pipes, it’s there to conquer the toughest jobs.

Chlorinated PolyVinyl Chloride (CPVC) Properties

  • Higher rigidity, strength and hardness at increases temperatures (+90°C)
  • Self-extinguishing
  • High chemical resistance
  • Good insulation properties for electronics
  • High Mechanical Strength
  • Low water absorption