Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Pipes
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Pipes (U-PVC pipe) is one of the first and most famous polymer pipes, widely used and made of PVC different types of tubes with various applications. Also, PVC pipes are hard to damage and have a long lifespan and, thanks to its high resistance to environmental conditions, it has quickly become popular among the general public. And, this has be able to implement many projects for the transfer of sewage, water supply, and fluid transfer To be used.
As a result, Polyka tubes with the highest technical and mechanical properties provide the necessary economic and environmental requirements in today’s world. As well as, the latest model of the U-PVC family of pipes is the pipe used for water and sewage around the world. It is a non-leaking and easy to install PVC.
PVC and U-PVC pipes are currently the most consumable type of pipe in buildings and construction projects, the most common use of U-PVC pipes in sewage transmissions. With the advancement of the polymer industry and manufacturing processes, today, various types of u-PVC pipes are being produced, and the installation and speed of the implementation of these products are very easy and the various types of silent tubes (tubes without sound) are also produced and marketed.
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Pipes application:
- Wastewater Transmission
- Urban and industrial applications
- Pressure water networks
- Coverage of power and power network cables, also, coverage of telecommunication cables
Properties and advantages of U-PVC pipe:
- Corrosion resistance
- High chemical resistance , as well as, high elastic modulus and flexibility
- Long tensile strength
- Strength to high weight, light weight
- Couplings fittings
- Resistance to abrasion and scratch
- Strength Impact
- Low Roughness
- water quality
- Flame resistance
- Affordable price
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