1" x 5' Schedule 40 PVC Pipe
This product has quantity limits:
- Minimum quantity of 2
- Quantity increment of 2
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is one of the most broadly used thermoplastic materials, common to many industries. PVC is highly resistant to acids, alkalis, alcohols, and many other corrosive materials. The wide range of joining options that include solvent welding, threaded and mechanical connections make it ideal for easy, error free installations. GF Harvel Schedule 80 PVC systems are light, tough and provide exceptional corrosion resistance for applications with operating temperatures up to 140?F (60?C).
GF Harvel PVC Schedule 80 pipe and fittings exhibit consistent quality with uniform properties. GF Harvel uses its own custom blends of PVC compounds to offer you two pipe brand choices to ensure that desirable physical properties are maintained for various applications. GF Harvel’s Industrial PLUS brand exhibits exceptional quality you’ve come to expect from GF Harvel, including CSA (Canadian Standards Association) B137.3 approval and uniform physical properties; making it the preferred choice of fabricators and custom houses. For customers who do not require CSA or fabrication grade pipe, you can choose to use our Industrial brand. Schedule 80 PVC is gray in color and is more resistant to crushing and puncture than Schedule 40 PVC pipe and fittings.
Both GF Harvel PVC Schedule 80 pipe brands and our molded and fabricated fittings are ideal for numerous applications including chemical delivery systems, potable water systems, water treatment systems, irrigation systems, vacuum lines, and many other industrial applications such as chilled water systems, industrial plating, and chemical drainage systems. GF Harvel also offers various pipe end options including: belled end, gasketed, roll grooved, and threaded as well as custom dimensions and lengths.
|Type||Schedule 40 Pipe|
|a unit of measure||/ 5' pipe|
|Wall Thickness (in.)||0.133|
|Inner Diameter (in.)||1.029|
|Outer Diamter (in.)||1.315|
|Max Pressure||450 PSI|
|Ratings & Standards||ASTM D1784, NSF Approved|