uPVC Pipes

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uPVC Pipes & Fittings

uPVC stands for Unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride and uPVC pipes have been around for quite some time now and due to their excellent physical properties, they have successfully found their way in our households, offices, farms, sewage and drainage systems etc. They are chemically neutral and therefore they are not affected by the kind of liquid that goes through them. This makes them a perfect fit to take care of all the needs of an establishment. Let’s take a look at what are the advantages of uPVC pipes are and how we are the best uPVC pipes manufacturers in India.

Benefits of uPVC Pipes

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Why choose us?

If you are looking to buy uPVC pipe at an affordable price then we are the best there is because the uPVC pipe price that we offer is affordable to one and all. Also, no compromise has been made on the quality of the pipes as they all go through many rigorous processes of quality checks which makes them the best kind of water pipe that one could buy. Another thing which might interest you is that our uPVC pipes and other products are made while strictly adhering to the guidelines issued by regulating authorities which makes us an excellent choice! Do get in touch with us to know more about how we can contribute to your growth!

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uPVC Pipes

Frequesntly Asked Questions

uPVC pipe stands for Unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride pipe. These pipes find their application in household water supply due to their rigid behaviour.

The full form of cPVC is Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride and the full form of uPVC is Unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride.

The major difference between uPVC and cPVC is that uPVC does not have plasticizers, while on the other hand, cPVC does have plasticizers added to it and it also goes through the process of chlorination.

Unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride is the full-form of PVC which is used to manufacture this pipes.

The uPVC pipe is mainly used in construction works and apart from that, it is also used to make windows, doors, conservatory roofs and guttering systems. It is also used in homes to supply water to kitchens, bathrooms and toilets.