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Corzan® Industrial Systems

The resources, advice and insights needed to design long-lasting, reliable industrial systems from the pioneer in CPVC material.

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CPVC Solvent Cement  |  Corzan CPVC  |  Piping Systems

Is It Possible to Weld Pipe and Sheet Together?

The question often arises, can I weld pipe and sheet together? The answer is yes, but the process requires skilled thermoplastic welders who are properly trained and have been tested just as metallic certified welders are tested.

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Corzan® CPVC for Ducting Systems

Manufacturing integrated circuits (or chips) is a highly complex process that presents unique challenges for industrial piping systems. Toxic, highly corrosive and flammable gases and liquids can compromise a system’s integrity, causing process leaks and premature failure. In addition, few piping materials can meet the high purity standards required for cleanrooms.

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Understanding CPVC Piping Report

Understanding CPVC Piping Report

Delve deeper into CPVC's capabilities, benefits and performance in the harshest industrial applications.

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Corzan CPVC  |  Piping Systems

CPVC Myths Debunked

Designers and engineers often specified metal piping for industrial applications in the past based on the material’s familiarity. Today, metal piping is still used in some environments because of misperceptions regarding chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) piping.

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How to Avoid Environmental Stress Cracking in Plastic Piping

Environmental stress cracking (ESC) is one of the leading causes of plastic pipe failure.  It occurs when the piping material is simultaneously subjected to mechanical stress and certain types of chemicals.

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Corzan CPVC  |  Piping Systems

STRESS AND THE MODULUS OF ELASTICITY FOR CPVC PIPING VS. METAL

Industrial plants are challenging environments for piping systems, which are subject to extreme pressures, temperatures, stress and even impact. No matter what piping material is specified, piping system stresses must be considered and modifications made during system design to prevent issues that could require extensive repair or replacement.

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Limiting Downtime When Plant Upgrades are Needed

Downtime can be a significant financial burden for an industrial plant, taking a toll on the facility’s productivity and bottom line. Planning for an approaching upgrade to a plant’s piping system can help expedite the update while limiting downtime and minimizing costs.

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Insight for Specifying Corzan® CPVC

Designers and engineers who specify piping systems want the correct product for the application to ensure reliable long-term, cost-effective performance. Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) meets the needs of a wide range of applications as an engineering thermoplastic that is important to the project flow process.

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Why Pipe Weight Matters

Weight matters for piping systems used for industrial applications. It makes sense that a lightweight piping system such as chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) is easier to transport, store and handle than heavier piping like steel.

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Why CPVC Works in Wastewater Treatment Plants

Wastewater treatment processes are more complex than ever, complicated by stricter discharge and odor standards, increased plant flows, fewer sludge disposal options, stronger EPA piping regulations and tighter budgets. The good news is that opportunities exist to select piping materials that improve plant performance while reducing treatment costs and keeping facilities compliant.

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CPVC is a Top Achiever in Antimicrobial Performance

Water presents the ideal environment for bacterial microbe development. Harmless microbials occur naturally in water and most are completely safe. Bacterial microbe growth in pipes, however, can affect water quality and create contamination problems. As microbes grow, they attach to the wetted surfaces in the water distribution system and protect themselves from disinfecting agents by forming microbial biofilms.

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