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Installing Corzan® CPVC with Mechanical Joining

Mechanical Joining

When solvent cement welding isn't appropriate, Corzan® piping systems may be installed using one of two mechanical joining methods: use a cut-groove tool to groove the existing pipe and apply a mechanical coupling to complete the joint, or alternatively, install a pre-grooved pipe and then apply the mechanical coupling. Select the best method for your specific installation.

Customers currently using the cut-groove system are experiencing a labor savings and a decrease in downtime of up to 90% in hospitals, hotels, apartments and other commercial facilities. The cut-groove methods went through well over 20,000 hours of testing at Lubrizol, where everything from pressure to bending moment was evaluated to existing ASTM and UL piping standards.

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