PVC Tag

Farmers often ask the question, ‘do we use PVC culvert or twin-wall HDPE culvert?’ PVC culvert has long been the traditional plastic culvert, used in New Zealand for decades. It has typically been made from a regrind PVC to lower costs. Some quality PVC culvert pipes...

HOW TO CARRY OUT REPAIRS OR CONNECTIONS AFTER INSTALLATION Fixing broken PVC pipes can be a difficult job. PVC pipes do not bend, giving you two fixed points with which to try and carry out the repair. There are a few different products you can use...

Thanks to their chemical structure, plastics are capable of resisting the effects of the atmosphere, of water and many other chemicals which corrode metals. For this reason, they are also employed as a corrosion protection coating for metals and are referred to as chemically resistant. Although...

It can get a little tricky sometimes when trying to make sure you order the right pipe for the job. Some manufacturers talk in terms of nominal bore, some talk about inside diameters and yet others will send you measurements in outside diameters. So, what...

What is the Difference Between PVC and CPVC Pipe? PVC You’re probably familiar with PVC pipe. It's the white plastic pipe commonly used for plumbing and drainage. PVC stands for polyvinyl chloride, and it’s become a common replacement for metal piping. PVC’s strength, durability, easy installation, and...