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Material PVC Pipe

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) piping is the most widely used plastic piping material. It is available in multiple sizing systems, such as schedule 40 and 80 and various standard dimension ratio (SDR) numbers for diverse applications such as water mains, sewer, pressure pipe, conduit, drain waste and vent (DWV), condensate lines, industrial uses and subsurface irrigation. PVC uses numerous joining methods, the most common are solvent welding and gasketed bell-end joints.

Systems

Chilled Water

Chilled Water systems contain and transport cool water throughout industrial and commercial...

Condensate Drain

Condensate is the water that forms on the exterior of a cooling coil and drips down to be...

Condenser Water

Together with chilled water systems, condenser water systems are used remove heat energy from a...

Domestic Water

Domestic hot and cold water systems generally convey potable hot and cold water used for...

Drain Waste and Vent (DWV)

Drain Waste and Vent (DWV) systems convey effluent streams, such as black water and or gray...

Gray Water Subsurface Irrigation

Gray water subsurface irrigation systems recycle non-industrial wastewater generated from...

High Purity (DI, Lab)

High Purity piping systems exist in many applications from electronic manufacturing to food...

Process Piping

Process piping involves non-hydronic mechanical systems in industrial or manufacturing...

Sewer

The sewer system of a building receives the discharge from the sanitary and storm water pipes...

Storm Water

Storm water drainage systems are networks of pipes and culverts designed to transport surface...

Water Service

Water service systems include the connection, piping and associated valves and accessories that...