Chemical Grade High Purity Plastic
Polypropylene Pipe and fittings
Polypropylene is a lightweight plastic that is made to handle corrosive chemical applications that have temperatures upwards of 150 degrees F. Polypro pipe and fittings can handle continuous pressure applications at a temperature of 150 and drainage applications at a temperature of 180 degrees F. Polypropylene pipe and fittings have good resistance to most strong acids but not so much for nitric acid. Polypropylene fittings are designed to handle pressure up to 150PSI at 73 degrees F. The fittings are manufactured for socket weld and butt weld applications. Polypro pipe and fittings are installed using a heat weld system. Sizes range from ½” up to 48” in size and the pipe comes in sections that are 5 meters (16.4 feet) in length.
PVDF pipe and fittings
PVDF pipe and fittings are used most commonly in high temperature and highly corrosive applications. PVDF materials can handle temperatures that range up to 248 degrees F and are ideal for applications that require the use of acids and high temperature fluid transfer. PVDF is manufactured for socket or butt fusion and is installed using a heat weld system. PVDF ranges in sizes from ½” up to 16” and the pipe comes in sections that are 5 meters in length (16.4 feet). PVDF pipe and fittings are ideal for use in chemical processing and will handle a 90% concentration of sulfuric acid.