Not All CPVC Piping Systems Perform The Same
Since its introduction to the market in 1959 by The Lubrizol Corp., chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (better known as CPVC) has proven to be an attractive alternative to traditional metallic piping systems in a wide variety of chemical process environments. Because it is inert to most mineral acids, bases, salts and aliphatic hydrocarbons, it offers a more reliable, long-term performance than many other materials, including metals and most non-metallic alternatives.
This white paper will explain why Lubrizol's newly developed Corzan CPVC Piping Systems are pressure rated 25% higher than traditional CPVC systems. Download now.
Author: Lubrizol Corp. | File Type: pdf
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