THREADABLE PVC PIPES
ThreadablePVC P ipes - In this section you will find all threadable pvc pipes available on our site. Single extruded threadable rigid PVC pipe dark gray color for pressure pipelines.
The most common free-flowing fluid transport networks are sewers. Plastic pipes used in sewers are traditionally designed for gravity (pressureless) conduction of fluids. Generally, this type of pipe is produced in 6- or 12-m bars with a joining system that may involve welding, socket, or sleeve. The diameter (DN) can be expressed as either Inner or Outer DN starting from 160 mm up to 4000 mm. Plastic pipes have a low roughness coefficient (e mm = 0-0.02) and, as a result, good hydraulic capacity with higher fluid velocities on average than pipes made of other materials, in plastic materials also, this value is kept constant on average and there is no appreciable aging or increase in roughness. The mechanical strength or annular stiffness of solid pipe is expressed in SDR if the pipe is solid and in SN if the pipe is structured (corrugated), where SN = kN/m2. All plastic pipes exhibit good resistance to chemicals, with the highest performance for Polyethylene, which is unreactive with almost all major chemical groups excluding halogenated hydrocarbons. In contrast, sunlight easily deteriorates plastics, and thus also pipes, which, with exposure to the sun can deteriorate relatively quickly (1 year).
PVC (polyvinyl chloride) or (polyvinyl chloride) pipe is produced in both smooth (solid) and corrugated versions. It typically has high values of crush resistance but, at the same time, is the material most affected by solar action. In addition, its relative stiffness makes it less reliable because it is more subject to the action of point loads and/or impacts. Historically, however, it is one of the most widely used materials. In Italy, PVC was introduced by Montecatini in the years around 1950, under the name Vipra.
All our pvc pipes areproduced with lead-free stabilizers meeting the requirements of Decree No. 174 of 06-04-04 (gu No. 166 of 17-07-04) of the Ministry of Health.