Schedule 80 CPVC Pipe

  • Maximum service temperature of 200°F • Rigid thermoplastic CPVC material
  • Available in 5 foot sections for easy shipping • Schedule 80 - Light Gray Color
  • Impressive corrosion and chemical resistant • Nominal Pipe Size (Same as PVC pipe)

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What's the difference between PVC and CPVC?

The main difference between schedule 80 CPVC and schedule 80 PVC is the temperature rating. CPVC is known for being able to handle higher temperature applications (up to 200F unlike PVC which can handle up to 140F). This difference makes CPVC a better choice for hot water handling. Schedule 80 CPVC pipe has the same sizing system as standard PVC pipe. It comes in a light gray color to distinguish it from white and dark gray PVC.

Chemically speaking, CPVC differs from PVC in the way it's made. This process actually chlorinates the thermoplastic, giving it slightly different properties. CPVC stands for chlorinated polyvinyl chloride. This type of pipe is suitable for a broad range of applications ranging from hot and cold water handling to industrial type uses. In addition to pipe, CPVC is used to make fittings and other accessories. All of our gray schedule 80 CPVC pipe and fittings are nominal pipe size. This is the same sizing system used for standard American PVC.

Our Brands

PVC Fittings Online prides itself on offering only the best brands. That's why we source our schedule 80 CPVC pipe from Spears Manufacturing. Spears has been a trusted name in plastic pipe, fittings and valves for years. They make a quality product and work closely with us to provide our customers the best pricing possible. Contact us today with questions or visit the Spears website for detailed specifications and engineering information.

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