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OEM Manufacturer for Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride Resin, CPVC Resin Material Pipes Good Quality Chlorinated PVC Resin(CPVC) For Pipes and fittings export to Yemen Supplier

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    Unit Price: USD 1600 - 2400 / Metric Ton
    Payment Type: L/C,T/T
    Incoterm: FOB
    Min. Order: 1 Metric Ton
    Delivery Time: 14 Days
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Mechanical properties

The principal mechanical difference between CPVC and PVC is that CPVC is significantly more ductile, allowing greater flexure and crush resistance. Additionally, the mechanical strength of CPVC makes it a viable candidate to replace many types of metal pipe in conditions where metal's susceptibility to corrosion limits its use.


Fire properties

CPVC is similar to PVC in resistance to fire. It is typically very difficult to ignite and tends to self-extinguish when not in a directly applied flame.

Due to its chlorine content, the incineration of CPVC, either in a fire or in an industrial disposal process, can result in the creation of chlorinated dioxins.

1.Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) is a thermoplastic produced by chlorination of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin. Uses include hot and cold water pipes, and industrial liquid handling.



Production process

Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) is PVC (polyvinyl chloride) that has been chlorinated via a free radical chlorination reaction. This reaction is typically initiated by application of thermal or UV energy utilizing various approaches. In the process, chlorine gas is decomposed into free radical chlorine which is then reacted with PVC in a post-production step, essentially replacing a portion of the hydrogen in the PVC with chlorine.

Depending on the method, a varying amount of chlorine is introduced into the polymer allowing for a measured way to fine-tune the final properties. The chlorine content may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer; the base can be as low as PVC 56.7% to as high as 74% by mass, although most commercial resins have chlorine content from 63% to 69%.As the chlorine content in CPVC is increased, its glass transition temperature (Tg) increases significantly. Under normal operating conditions, CPVC becomes unstable at 70% mass of chlorine.

Various additives are also introduced into the resin in order to make the material processable. These additives may consist of stabilizers, impact modifiers, pigments and lubricants.


Physical properties

CPVC shares most of the features and properties of PVC. It is also readily workable, including machining, welding, and forming. Because of its excellent corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures, CPVC is ideally suited for self-supporting constructions where temperatures up to 200 °F (90 °C) are present. Due to its specific composition, dealing with CPVC requires a specialized solvent cement, with high strength solvent cement variants being first introduced in 1997 by Weld-On, then followed closely by other products such as Henkel's Tangit line. The ability to bend, shape, and weld CPVC enables its use in a wide variety of processes and applications. It exhibits fire-retardant properties.


Comparison to polyvinyl chloride (PVC)

Heat resistance

CPVC can withstand corrosive water at temperatures greater than PVC, typically 40 °C to 50 °C (104 °F to 122 °F) or higher, contributing to its popularity as a material for water piping systems in residential as well as commercial construction.


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Specifications

1)Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride CPVC
2)Usage:hot water pipe,plating solution pipe,wet chlorine gas pipeline,foaming material

Properties:
It is made from PVC resin chlorinated by chlorine gas in solvent surrounding . It can offer good solubility, good electrical insulation, thermoplasticity anf membrane forming capacity. It can offer good chemical stability, it can resist corrosion and water, it can be dissolved in acetone, hydrochloric ether, arene, ester and some alcohol.

Usage :1) Special CPVC paint, UPVC adhesive, CPVC fire retardant coating , leather brightener, plastic toy.

2)pipe and fitting grade

Packing & storage : 25kg in plastic bag lined with polythene film bag; in cool ,dry, airiness place, avoid insolation & moist.




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