In the plumbing trade, new materials, tools and processes emerge, but only the best quality and best value remain. When specifying plumbing pipes and fittings for your next project, it’s a question of profitability and satisfaction for the end-user, the installer and you.
For example, here are five fundamental differences between FlowGuard® CPVC and PPR:
- One can be installed by hand, the other requires heat welding equipment. FlowGuard CPVC is installed in minutes using solvent cement.
- One automatically resists microbial contamination, the other attracts it. FlowGuard CPVC pipes are naturally smooth and don’t contribute to biofilm growth.
- One can be fused together, the other connects via vulnerable joints. FlowGuard CPVC joints form the strongest part of the system.
- One saves time on installation, the other requires you to wait. FlowGuard CPVC will drastically reduce installation costs.
- Once naturally resists chlorine, the other corrodes from it. FlowGuard CPVC naturally resists chlorine and chlorine dioxide.
FlowGuard CPVC is built to provide your customers with a better deal, a better experience and ultimately, a successful project for you. Knowing your materials means knowing what makes a happy customer.
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