Dutron CPVC Hot and Cold Water Plumbing System is an attractive alternative to conventional plumbing system made of G.I. and copper pipes. Dutron Hot and Cold Water Plumbing system uses pipes and fittings made of technically advanced plastic material. These pipes and fittings are produced from a specialty blend of Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride (CPVC) material with unique physical properties desirable for Hot and Cold Water applications. Dutron CPVC pipes and fittings are manufactured in sizes 1/2" to 2" Copper Tube Size (CTS) dimensions, in accordance with ASTM D - 2846 specifications.
Dutron's expertise in PVC Processing helps produce highest quality CPVC pipes and fittings with latest technology and equipments for CPVC processing. As always, Dutron provides unmatched combination of Trust & Quality to its customers.
Dutron Hot and Cold Water Plumping System is dependable, cost - effective and long- lasting. It is indeed,
For the Next Generation.
Hot and Cold potable water distribution in buildings of all types - residential (low rise & high rise), commercial complexes & institutes
Can be used in fire suppression systems (sprinklers etc.) due to its fire resistance
Corrosive Fluid handling in industries
Hot and Cold water distribution systems made from Dutron CPVC pipes and fittings can withstand high temperatures
Dutron CPVC pipe systems are resistant to many everyday household chemicals
Dutron CPVC piping materials provide long, maintenance free service life due to corrosion resistance
Dutron CPVC pipes are available in two pressure classes SDR 11 and SDR 13.5
CPVC materials do not support combustion; therefore they cannot burn without external fuel source
Dutron CPVC piping systems can handle most of the temperature/pressure requirements of today's typical process plants
Dutron CPVC pipes and fittings are easy to install using solvent cement
Dutron CPVC piping system is economical and long lasting
Dutron CPVC pipes and fittings are produced using clean, energy efficient processes; they are light weight and having low friction. Thus, such systems save energy in manufacturing, transportation, installation & during usage