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UPVC Sewer Pipes

Introduction

Nowadays, the most of sewage pipes are made of UPVC. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is one of the most widely used plastics in construction and buildings which has various applications. Addition of lubricants makes this material softer and more flexible than plastics. If no lubricants or plasticizers are added to it, the resulting material is known as UPVC. The chemical resistance of this polymer has made it suitable for wide applications in different industries, especially the pipe industry. These pipes are supposed to have chemical and corrosion resistance, high elasticity modulus and flexibility, long-term tensile strength, high strength to weight ratio and wear resistance. However, it should be noted that these pipes can be fragile when exposed to cold weather. Besides, they can be deformed and lose their strength because of high temperature. Addition of appropriate nanoparticles can obviate these deficiencies and improve their properties. 

 

 

Application

  • Particularly for sewage pipes

 Advantage of Using Nanotechnology

Addition of nanoparticles significantly improves both the toughness and stiffness of UPVC, while having little effect on the tensile strength. The evaluation of impact property was performed according to ISIRI 9119.

ISIRI 9119: plastics-Unplasticized poly (vinyl chloride) (PVC-U) pipe, fittings and piping system for soil and waste discharge within building structure- specifications.

Certificates and Standards

  • NanoScale Certification

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