PVC pressure pipe systems

PVC pressure pipe systems

- The material PVC-U
- The material PVC-GLAS

 


The material PVC-U

- Service Temperature range from 0 °C to +60 °C, depending on the application
- Low specific weight
- Excellent electrical insulation properties
- Excellent chemical resistance
- Low contraction
- High transparency (only applies to PVC GLAS)
- Permanently tight, longitudinally strong connection through welding 

PVC is a homopolymer with minimally branched  macromolecular chains featuring a molar mass of 40,000 to 150,000.  Industrial applications generally use PVC-U (unplasticized PVC).  Chemically, PVC has a structure which is similar to that of PE but instead of H atoms it has chorine atoms, which are attached to the side of the molecular chains in a non-ordered (atactic) manner. The large chlorine atoms prevent a parallel arrangement of the main chains: crystallisation  from the melt is not possible.

PVC-U has a high level of rigidity, very good chemical resistance and excellent electrical insulation properties.  PVC-U also displays excellent processability.

The SIMONA® product range:
- PVC-U Pressure pipes
- PVC-GLAS Pressure pipes

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The material PVC-GLAS

- Service Temperature range from 0 °C to +60 °C, depending on the application
- Low specific weight
- Excellent electrical insulation properties
- Excellent chemical resistance
- Low contraction
- High transparency (only applies to PVC GLAS)
- Permanently tight, longitudinally strong connection through welding 

PVC-GLAS is transparent, and features a normal level  of impact strength, like PVC-U. PVC-GLAS is used for all piping applications in which visibility is a key requirement. In addition to transparency, it features the benefits of PVC, i.e. chemical resistance, high rigidity and excellent processing capability.

The SIMONA® product range
- PVC-U Pressure pipes
- PVC-GLAS Pressure  pipes

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