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RELIABLE PLUMBING PIPES FOR APARTMENTS AND MULTI-TENANT BUILDINGS

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For 60 years, FlowGuard® Plus CPVC Pipes and Fittings have been installed in homes around the world. It is the safest piping material on market and is certified safe for drinking water by all major international standards organizations, including the NSF International, ASTM International, Kiwa, and the Water Regulation Advisory Scheme (WRAS).

To supply clean, potable water to residential buildings without issues, choose FlowGuard® Plus CPVC Pipes and Fittings. Residential buildings can trust FlowGuard® Plus CPVC to meet quick construction deadlines, optimize space usage and limit the need for future repairs.

Why FlowGuard® Plus CPVC For Residential Complexes?

Pipes in residential apartments & villas must be safe, dependable and cost-effective. FlowGuard Plus CPVC water pipe is the answer because it is:

Reliability

Reliable over its life—in use since 1960

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Safe, Clean Water Quality

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Biofilm Resistance

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Fire resistant due to high LOI of 60

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No impact due to external chlorine in water

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Less costly to install than other materials

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Durable Material, Quality Assured

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Pressure rated to 93°C & can handle high-rise building demands

FlowGuard® Plus CPVC installation advantages

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No electricity or heat required to install

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Easy Installation in confined space

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Are simple to cut with basic hand tools

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Fused together using solvent cement

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Require no heavy equipment

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Better tensile
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Contact us for a free hot and cold plumbing system and house piping consultation. If you have questions about FlowGuard Plus CPVC piping systems or their ability to meet the demands of your multifamily residential facility, we are happy to help. In case you want to understand why CPVC is better than UPVC for plumbing systems, check out our blog which captures the difference between CPVC vs UPVC in detail.

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