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Product information, material comparisons, installation best practices, design considerations, safety information and more from the pioneer in CPVC plumbing technology.

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Do Water Supply Piping Material Influence Water Quality??

Water is an essential need of our body and municipal corporations ensure that water is treated and supplied to homes for human consumption.

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CPVC makes Repair & Changing of Old Pipes easier for Homeowners

Plumbing is a very important part of buildings. Plumbing consists of Water supply & waste disposal. Water supply piping in a building is like veins carrying blood in a body. If there is clogging in veins, one develops major health issues, and similarly, faulty plumbing can lead to major issues in a building. Hence, Re-piping becomes imperative.

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Understanding UPVC & CPVC pipes for Potable water use In Buildings

PVC is a very versatile matter and finds use in piping, external casing for wire & cables, tubing for drug delivery, medical & food packaging.  

PVC or UPVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) & UPVC (Unplasticized  Polyvinyl Chloride) are synonyms. PVC by nature is a rigid material and plasticizer are used for making it soft. In this article, we would focus on...

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How do different plastic pipes behave in sunlight?

When buying plastic water pipes for your dream home or replacing the old damaged GI pipes, you are thinking about durability and a long-term solution.

Have you ever given a thought to how the Sun affects pipe durability especially in external usage? Sun exposure could weaken the piping material and disintegrate it. Weakening of the walls can cause...

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