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  • GF Piping Systems Expands Manufacturing Capabilities For PVC And CPVC Schedule 80 Piping System With Large Diameter Molded Fittings
    The PVC Schedule 80 Piping System is typically found in chilled water systems, chemical processing, industrial plating and chemical drainage systems and conforms to ASTM D1785, ASTM D2467, and ASTM D2464. The CPVC Schedule 80 Piping System is well suited for use in hot water systems, hot acid distribution, and hot waste systems.
  • GF Piping Systems Expands Manufacturing Capabilities For PVC And CPVC Schedule 80 Piping System With Large Diameter Molded Fittings
    The PVC Schedule 80 Piping System is typically found in chilled water systems, chemical processing, industrial plating and chemical drainage systems and conforms to ASTM D1785, ASTM D2467, and ASTM D2464. The CPVC Schedule 80 Piping System is well suited for use in hot water systems, hot acid distribution, and hot waste systems.
  • PVC And CPVC Schedule 80 Piping System With Large Diameter Molded Fittings
    The PVC Schedule 80 Piping System is typically found in chilled water systems, chemical processing, industrial plating and chemical drainage systems and conforms to ASTM D1785, ASTM D2467, and ASTM D2464. The CPVC Schedule 80 Piping System is well suited for use in hot water systems, hot acid distribution, and hot waste systems.
  • New Metal-To-Plastic Transition Fittings Provide Strong, Leak-Proof Seals
    Their high chemical and corrosion resistance properties provide a durable solution for a variety of applications including chilled water systems, chemical processing, industrial plating, chemical drainage systems, hot water systems, hot acid distribution, and waste systems. The PVC and CPVC Schedule 80 piping systems meet ASTM D1784 requirements with a cell classification of 12454-B for PVC and 23447-B for CPVC, and are acceptable for potable water under NSF Standard 61.
  • New Metal-To-Plastic Transition Fittings Provide Strong, Leak-Proof Seals
    Their high chemical and corrosion resistance properties provide a durable solution for a variety of applications including chilled water systems, chemical processing, industrial plating, chemical drainage systems, hot water systems, hot acid distribution, and waste systems. The PVC and CPVC Schedule 80 piping systems meet ASTM D1784 requirements with a cell classification of 12454-B for PVC and 23447-B for CPVC, and are acceptable for potable water under NSF Standard 61.
  • GF Piping Systems' New Metal-To-Plastic Transition Fittings Provide Strong, Leak-Proof Seals
    Their high chemical and corrosion resistance properties provide a durable solution for a variety of applications including chilled water systems, chemical processing, industrial plating, chemical drainage systems, hot water systems, hot acid distribution, and waste systems. The PVC and CPVC Schedule 80 piping systems meet ASTM D1784 requirements with a cell classification of 12454-B for PVC and 23447-B for CPVC, and are acceptable for potable water under NSF Standard 61.
  • New Metal-To-Plastic Transition Fittings Provide Strong, Leak-Proof Seals
    Their high chemical and corrosion resistance properties provide a durable solution for a variety of applications including chilled water systems, chemical processing, industrial plating, chemical drainage systems, hot water systems, hot acid distribution, and waste systems. The PVC and CPVC Schedule 80 piping systems meet ASTM D1784 requirements with a cell classification of 12454-B for PVC and 23447-B for CPVC, and are acceptable for potable water under NSF Standard 61.