Where are spears fittings made?
Spears Fittings, Valves & Filtration Products For more than 40 years Spears has made quality products in the USA with exceptional customer service.
What is Schedule 40 CPVC pipe?
CPVC Schedule 40 pressure pipe has an upper working temperature limit of 200°F (93°C) and has longer support spacing than PVC Schedule 40 pipes. Schedule 40 CPVC systems can be found in water and wastewater treatment, hot chemical drainage and plating applications, amongst others.
What happens if I use PVC glue on CPVC?
When working with CPVC piping, use multipurpose PVC/CPVC glue or a CPVC glue; glue made specifically for PVC will not hold properly on CPVC and could lead to leaks or breakage. CPVC pipes can withstand hot water temperatures up to 180 degrees F. Cut the CPVC pipe to size with a fine tooth saw.
What is orange pipe used for?
What Is the Color Coding System for Underground Utility Lines?
|Red||Electric power lines, cables, conduit, and lighting cables|
|Orange||Telecommunication, alarm or signal lines, cables, or conduit|
|Yellow||Natural gas, oil, steam, petroleum, or other gaseous or flammable material|
|Green||Sewers and drain lines|
Why is CPVC so expensive?
Because of its wider range of applications, CPVC is usually pricier than PVC. That being said, it is still a very cost-effective and versatile material.
Is all purpose cement good for CPVC?
This milky-clear, low VOC, all-purpose cement can be used to solvent weld all schedules and classes of ABS, PVC and CPVC pipe and fittings up to 6 in.
What is blue PVC used for?
Blue pipes are used for potable or drinking water. Green pipes are sewer and drain lines. Lavender or purple pipes carry reclaimed wastewater that undergoes filtration and disinfection treatment before being reused for irrigation.