Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) and CPVC (Chlorinated PVC)

Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) and CPVC (Chlorinated PVC)

The main difference between CPVC and PVC is the range of temperatures each is capable of withstanding. CPVC can handle temperatures up to 200° Fahrenheit, while PVC peaks at 140° Fahrenheit.

Usually in grey or transparent, PVC is economical and it can be welded to make water tanks, filter housing, hoods and others, while CPVC is used in harsher environment.

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