Meets ASTM standard D2846 for hot and cold water distribution systems.
Meets NSF standard 61 for health effects of drinking water system components (NSF-pw G)
ERA CPVC will never pit or corrode like copper or other metal piping, ensuring a long lifespan without worry.
The CPVC pipe has comparable corrosion resistance to PVC pipe yet it is suitable for handling corrosive material at temps 40 to 60 deg F higher than PVC.
CPVC fire sprinkler piping systems are approved for light hazard applications and for use in single and multifamily dwellings.
CPVC piping for potable hot and cold water distribution systems is recognized in all model plumbing codes.Specification:
|Standard||CTS / ASTM D2846||Color||Ivory color|
|Brand||ERA||Temperature||Max82.2°C / 180°F|
|Connection||Socket or Thread||Certificate||NSF、UPC|
What are the characteristics of cpvc water pipes
1, strong: because PVC-C is stronger than PP-R, PB and PEX, it needs fewer hooks and supports. PVC-C can withstand higher pressures and can use smaller pipe diameters than PP-R, PB, and PEX tubes at the same rate.
2, easy installation: the use of special fusion agent can be connected, installation without special tools, that is suitable for open, also suitable for dark installation.
3. Corrosion resistance: PVC-C is not easy to penetrate oxygen, so the metal parts in the system will not cause corrosion due to oxidation.
4, good flame retardant: the oxygen index of PVC-C is 60, the combustion capacity is very low, out of the fire, will not produce fire drops, more can inhibit the production of smoke and toxic gases.
5, not affected by the residual: different from the polyhydrocarbon pipe, PVC-C pipe after long-term use, is not affected by the residual water, there will be no cracks and leakage.
6, alkali resistance: PVC-C, whether on or on alkali has a strong anti-corrosion ability, can be used as the transport of HCL and NaOH liquid.