Fire Sprinkler pipes/fittings are used as pipes to extinguish indoor fire fighting. CPVC pipes have outstanding flame retardant, enabling deformation by heat to be delayed. CPVC are rarely, if ever, blocked by rust or the like.
CPVC pipes are used in various chemical plants. CPVC pipes boast outstanding chemical resistance. They also have outstanding heat resistance compared to general PVC pipes.
CPVC pipes do not rust, and as such are used for indoor hot water supply pipes.
CPVC is used for outdoor air-conditioner covers and cable covers. It is used in particular for dark phr which reach high temperatures when exposed to sunlight. Kaneka CPVC can be recommended for such applications as an alternative to general purpose PVC.
Joints using Kaneka CPVC can be injection molded to incorporate brass metal phr. They can be connected and separated easily.
Kaneka CPVC is resistant to heat and chemicals, and can be used as joints for hot water and drainage circuits which can be connected and separated.
Kaneka CPVC is heat resistant, and can be used as joints for power cables which become hot.
Kaneka CPVC can be molded into transparent fitting by adjusting the compounding. It is possible to inspect of adhesives, making it possible to visually expect fitting after they have been mounted.
CPVC is used as a part of equipment for manufacturing semiconductor printed circuit boards. Chemical-resistance and heat-resistance are particularly required as phr for cleaning tanks.
Kaneka CPVC can be molded into transparent plates by adjusting the compounding. Being transparent, the level of storage tanks can be easily inspected, and it is easy to inspect the situation inside equipment in the production process.
Kaneka CPVC has been designed for a wide range of applications as heat resistant fittings and valves.
Kaneka CPVC can be injection-molded as large-diameter flanges and joints for industrial pipes.