CPVC Flanges Sch 80
Schedule 80 CPVC Flanges are designed to be used:
*When the piping system may need to be dismantled
*The installation is temporary or mobile
*Transitioning between dissimilar materials that can not be cemented together
*The installation environment is not conducive to solvent cementing
CPVC (Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride) is similar to PVC but the addition of chlorine reduces the reaction to heat and corrosive damage and allows the fitting to retain its mechanical strength. Flanges come in a wide range of sizes, shapes and connecting systems.
Available in sizes 1/2" through 6" CPVC Pipe Fittings:
*Slip Flange, Threaded FIPT Flange, Blind Flange
*Slip x Hub Van Stone Flange, Threaded FIPT Van Stone Flange
*SPIG Van Stone Flange
The term “Schedule 80” refers to the strength and thickness of the PVC pipe or PVC fitting and how much pressure it can hold. CPVC Schedule 80 fittings are designed to handle water pressures of 300 psi and water temperatures up to 200 degrees and are usually use in projects that support higher pressures. Meets NSF and ASTM F-437 and F-439 requirements. Manufactured from CPVC 23447-B Gray.