Material PVDF Pipe

Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) pipe, also known as Kynar®, is used in chemical and industrial applications requiring excellent chemical resistance and/or higher temperatures. Of all the commonly used piping systems, PVDF is the most chemically resistant, handles the highest temperature (up to 275°F) and has the lowest flame and smoke development characteristics.  It is typically joined by heat fusion and is used for applications involving chemicals, nuclear waste, food and pharmaceutical processing and ultra high purity water systems.


Chemical Waste Drainage

Chemical waste and vent systems are designed to convey chemical waste to a dilution tank or...

High Purity (DI, Lab)

High Purity piping systems exist in many applications from electronic manufacturing to food...

Process Piping

Process piping involves non-hydronic piping systems, generally used to convey chemicals. When...