When deciding on the materials for your system, it’s important to note that not all CPVC is the same. As the pioneer of CPVC technology FlowGuard® pipes and fittings are backed by over 60 years of successful installations. (In fact, some of our early systems are still in use today!)
FlowGuard® CPVC continues to meet or exceed the necessary safety, performance and quality assurance requirements of key international approval agencies, including:
- ASTM International
- NSF International
- Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS)
- British Standards (BSi)
- Saudi Arabian Standard Organization (SASO)
FlowGuard® CPVC exceeds other CPVC brands in distinct areas:
Superior Material Properties
FlowGuard® CPVC systems are the only complete CPVC pipe and fitting systems made from materials that have been pressure rated by the Plastic Pipe Institute®.
- 33-80% higher resistance to impact fracture
- 8-92% higher sustained pressure resistance at elevated temperatures
- Fittings last up to 4X longer at elevated temperatures and pressures
First-class Customer Support
When you purchase FlowGuard® CPVC, you receive more than pipe and fittings. You can access our entire network of highly trained technical experts. Our global team consists of engineers, contractors, code experts, scientists, and CPVC product experts, all are dedicated to realising successful plumbing systems for our clients.
FlowGuard® Pipe and Fittings is only manufactured by the most reputable companies in the world, all of which are required to participate in our Quality Assurance Program, guaranteeing every FlowGuard® CPVC product is consistent in quality.
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The industry leading FBC™ System Compatible Program supports FlowGuard® Pipe and Fittings in helping contractors and plumbers ensure reliability for their clients. The program identifies the chemical compatibility of ancillary construction products, removing any guesswork associated with determining materials.
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