CPVC Piping

CPVC Piping is One of the Safest and Cost-Effective Piping Technologies Today

Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) is a very reliable plumbing material available in the USA market, fulfilling the requirements for potable plumbing applications set by international health agencies. CPVC outranks other plumbing materials due to its low cost, efficient chemical leaching defense mechanism, spectacular flame, and smoke and dielectric properties, and the ability to withstand high temperature, reduce biofilm growth, and protect against corrosion.

The Happy Plunger offers faster CPVC installation for residential and commercial buildings.

From healthcare industries to homes and offices, CPVC pipes are widely used for water line installation and replacement. The plumbing system is the most vital aspect of building construction. Bad quality piping materials can negatively impact the water quality and durability of the plumbing system.

Thousands of Customers Globally choose CPVC Everyday

Stability and susceptibility are two key points in selecting plumbing materials. CPVC piping outranks most materials available in the market in the following areas:

  • Permeation and corrosion resistance
  • Fire resistance
  • Ease of installation
  • Low cost, high quality
  • Clear and safe water
  • Durability
  • Reduction in biofilm growth
  • Superior strength (fewer support fixtures)
  • Decrease in construction project cost

Why Choose CPVC Piping Specialist

The Happy Plunger CPVC Piping System is applicable for multiple building types, including individual homes, residential colonies, hospitals, commercial buildings, high-rise buildings, government offices, and apartments.

We can install a CPVC pipeline 50% faster than other piping materials. Since our installation process does not consume a lot of electricity and does not require heavy equipment, CVPC plumbing is ideal for confined or hard-to-reach areas.

Unclean water is the Potential Cause for Many Diseases, which CVPC can Reduce by 70%

Chemical contamination and biofilm growths, such as fungi, mold, and algae, are the two main causes of water-borne infections. Water in domestic pipelines can stay stagnant between two to three days before running out. And the duration in commercial buildings and offices is four to six months. Permeation happens when the pipe comes in contact with ink, pesticides, caulks, braces, woods, sealants, insulation, and hangers. CVPC pipes’ smooth inner surface and hard exterior significantly lowers bio-organism development and prevents water contamination, respectively.

Discover what CVPC Piping Specialists Can Do For You Today