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Sch.80 Pipe & Fittings
UPVC & CPVC SCH.80 Pipe

LD-500

UPVC & CPVC SCH.80 Pipe

Description
Working Pressure
From 1/2"DN15 up to 24"DN600
See the working pressure table below

Features
  • Excellent flow characteristics.
  • Smooth interior walls result in lower pressure loss and higher volume than conventional metal pipes.
  • Wide range and sizes supplied.
  • CPVC heat resistant rigid polyvinyl chloride.
  • Max. service temperature:
    • Continuous -17°F ~ 194°F (0°C ~ 90°C).
    • Short hours 212°F (100°C).
  • Non-corrosive and resistant to most chemicals.

Please contact us for Flow Rate, CV Value, Working Pressure/Temperature, Pressure Loss and other technical information.


Specification

the pipe is manufactured to the following standard specifications

type material dimensions cell classification
pvc sch.80 astm d-1784 astm d-1785
din 8061/62
type i, grade 1, pvc 12454
cpvc sch.80 astm d-1784 astm f-441
din 8079/80
type iv, grade 1, cpvc 23447

Schedule 80 PVC and CPVC pipe dimensions, weights and maximum operation pressure

nominal pipe size outside diameter wall thickness approx. inside diameter nominal weight max. operating pressure
pvc cpvc
inch inch inch lb/ft lb/ft psi
1/2" 0.840 ±0.004 0.147 ±0.020 0.53 0.21 0.23 850
3/4" 1.050 ±0.004 0.154 ±0.020 0.72 0.28 0.31 690
1" 1.315 ±0.005 0.179 ±0.021 0.94 0.41 0.45 630
1-1/4" 1.660 ±0.005 0.191 ±0.023 1.26 0.57 0.62 520
1-1/2" 1.900 ±0.006 0.200 ±0.024 1.48 0.69 0.76 470
2" 2.375 ±0.006 0.218 ±0.026 1.91 0.96 1.05 400
2-1/2" 2.875 ±0.007 0.276 ±0.033 2.29 1.46 1.60 420
3" 3.500 ±0.008 0.300 ±0.036 2.86 1.96 2.14 370
4" 4.500 ±0.009 0.337 ±0.040 3.79 2.86 3.12 320
5" 5.563 ±0.010 0.375 ±0.045 4.77 3.97 4.34 290
6" 6.625 ±0.011 0.432 ±0.052 5.71 5.46 5.96 280
8" 8.625 ±0.015 0.500 ±0.060 7.57 8.30 9.06 250
10" 10.75 ±0.015 0.593 ±0.071 9.49 12.30 13.43 230
12" 12.75 ±0.015 0.687 ±0.082 11.29 16.93 18.48 230
14" 14.00 ±0.015 0.750 ±0.090 12.41 20.30 22.16 220
16" 16.00 ±0.019 0.843 ±0.101 14.21 26.10 28.49 220
18" 18.00 ±0.019 0.937 ±0.112 16.01 32.66 35.65 220
20" 20.00 ±0.023 1.031 ±0.124 17.81 39.97 43.63 220
24" 24.00 ±0.031 1.218 ±0.146 21.42 56.70 61.89 210
NOTE: Maximum Operating Pressure is applied to 73°F/22°C

properties of PVC & CPVC pipe
inch-lb unit
item inch-lb unit test method
PVC CPVC unit
general
cell classification 12454 23447 - ASTM D1784
maximum usable temp. 140 200 °F -
specific gravity @ 73°F(23°C) 1.42±0.02 1.55±0.02 g/cc ASTM D792
water absorption % increase 24 hrs @ 73°F(23°C) 0.04 0.04 % ASTM D570
hardness, rockwell 110 - 120 115 - 125 - ASTM D785
poisson's ratio @ 73°F(23°C) 0.38 0.36 - ASTM D638
mechanical
tensile strength @ 73°F(23°C) 7,100 7,700 psi ASTM D638
tensile strength @ 194°F(90°C) - 3,200 psi ASTM D638
tensile modulus of elasticity @ 73°F(23°C) 410,000 380,000 psi ASTM D638
tensile modulus of elasticity @ 194°F(90°C) - 220,000 psi ASTM D638
flexural strength @ 73°F(23°C) 14,000 13,000 psi ASTM D790
flexural modulus of elasticity @ 73°F(23°C) 400,000 390,000 psi ASTM D790
compressive strength @ 73°F(23°C) ℇ=10% 10,000 14,000 psi ASTM D695
compressive modulus of elasticity @ 73°F 110,000 145,000 psi ASTM D695
izod impact, notched @ 73°F(23°C) 1.5 3.0 ft-lb/in ASTM D256
thermal
coefficient of linear expansion 2.5-3.5x10-5 3.0-4.0x10-5 in/in/°F ASTM D696
coefficient of thermal conductivity 1.20 0.90 but/in/hr/ft.2/°F ASTM C177
heat deflection temperature under load (264psi, annealed) 165 230 °F ASTM D648
specific heat 0.27 0.26 Cal./°C/g ASTM D2766
electrical
volume resistivity ›1.0x1015 ›1.0x1015 ohm/cm ASTM D257
dielectric strength ›1000 ›1000 volt/mm ASTM D149
dielectric constant 3 3 - ASTM D150
power factor 0.01-0.02 0.01-0.02 - ASTM D150
electrical conductivity non conductor non conductor - -
fire performance
flammability rating _ 0 V-0,5VB,5VA - UL-94
flame spread index ‹10 ‹10 - UL-94
average time of burning ‹5 ‹5 sec ASTM D635
average extent of burning ‹10 ‹10 mm ASTM D635
burning rate self extinguishing self extinguishing mm/min ASTM D635
limiting oxygen index (LOI) 45 60 LOI ASTM D2863

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