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PVC pipe fittings are used in a variety of applications. In general, PVC pipes and PVC pipes have applications from general pipes to landscaping projects and swimming pools.
What is a PVC connector？
Advantages of using PVC pipe
PVC pipe application
PVC pipe fittings and PVC pipes are pipe fittings used to join two pipes together without the use of sealants or conventional bonded joints.
PVC pipe fitting is light in weight, easy to install, durable and not energized. Other pipe materials, such as copper and stainless steel, are heavier and harder to use because they are not suitable for use in many outdoor applications. When you weigh all of these factors, it's easy to see why PVC tubing is the material of choice for many companies.
The advantage of using PVC tubing is that pipes connected using PVC tubing can be disassembled and reassembled without special tools. This means that whether you use PVC joints and pipes together, these pipes can be disconnected and work relatively easily.
Related companies tend to use PVC pipe fittings because:
l Easy to use and increase company productivity
l Relatively cheap, making your company more profitable
l Light weight, easy to carry on the construction site
l Non-conductive, safer than metal pipes and fittings, especially around power lines.
l Not as rusty or corroding as various metal fittings and connectors
PVC pipes and PVC pipe fittings that distribute water under pressure. The main application is the distribution of drinking water. Medium in diameter (typically between 75 mm and 250 mm). The main feature of these PVC pipes and PVC fittings is long-term withstand pressure, expressed as MRS (minimum required stress). Irrigation pipes have similar geometric and mechanical properties.
Pipes and PVC pipe fittings (usually vertical) used to evacuate unstressed wastewater in buildings. These are usually medium diameter (<160 mm). They can be made of compact PVC or structural walls (foam cores).
Pipes and PVC fittings used to collect and discharge wastewater without pressure for the purpose of burying them underground (horizontal direction). These are usually large diameters (160 mm to 630 mm). They can be made of compact PVC or structural walls (foam core or double wall corrugated layers).
Rainwater products on the ground, such as drains and downpipes, are available in a wide range of diameters (50-160 mm) for home and industrial use. Drains and downpipes are designed for outdoor use.
Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (C-PVC) pipes and PVC pipe fittings can be used to distribute hot and cold water and are used in the installation of heating systems. Their size range typically covers diameters from DN 16 to DN 160. The main feature of these pipes is the long-term heat-resistant water pressure.
Mainly used to protect cables in buildings. The pipe can be corrugated or smooth and usually has a small diameter (<25 mm). Larger pipes (50-100mm) for underground cable protection are usually made of compact PVC.
Due to its high corrosion resistance, PVC piping systems have been widely used in industrial applications for many years, from process cooling water to the transport of hazardous chemicals. The harsh environment and chemical transportation of chemical plants place high demands on the safety, economy and subsequent maintenance of pipeline systems.
Pvc piping systems are commonly used in public places such as libraries, museums and theatres, as well as fire sprinkler systems in offices, hotels and other high-rise buildings.
PVC is a thermoplastic polymer that has many important advantages over other types of pipe materials. So many aspects like to use PVC pipe fittings and pipes for their production activities.