CPVC piping

Feb. 1, 2013
Corzan® Industrial Systems from Lubrizol Corp. tackle even the toughest water treatment piping challenges with superior mechanical strength and high impact resistance.

Corzan® Industrial Systems from Lubrizol Corp. tackle even the toughest water treatment piping challenges with superior mechanical strength and high impact resistance. Made from chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC), the pipe and fittings are resistant to the degrading effects of chemicals, microorganisms and UV light. They offer optimal flow rates with excellent hydraulic capabilities and pressure ratings up to 200°F. The pipe can be used for primary, secondary and advanced wastewater treatment, as well as wastewater odor control, desalination systems and water treatment. Pipe and fittings are available in a variety of sizes up to 24" and meet or exceed NSF International standards for potable water safety.

Lubrizol Corp.
www.corzancpvc.com

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