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PVC vs. CPVC

PVC vs. CPVC

PVC vs. CPVC

(OP)
Any comments from the plastics Gurus will be appreciated in the Engineers With Hobbies Forum.
PVC vs. CPVC
thread1528-434716: PVC vs. CPVC
Thanks

Bill
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"Why not the best?"
Jimmy Carter

RE: PVC vs. CPVC

(OP)
Thanks for the link, Pud.
I am concerned with the cement. I have posted a comment on the web site that you linked.
The last comment was a year ago.
I'll let you know if I get a useful response.
Yours
Bill

Bill
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"Why not the best?"
Jimmy Carter

RE: PVC vs. CPVC

ESC depends on the applied or moulded-in stresses which exist. The extrusion process leaves no residual stress so no ESC. The test described in the link was a bit 'unreal world' type.

www.tynevalleyplastics.co.uk

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