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upvc and ductile iron

upvc and ductile iron

upvc and ductile iron

My project required pvc c900 with ductile iron fitting
But i want ti replace with upvc 16 bar pipe and fitting according to din 8061/8062 .i need to discuss with Consultan .i need help how i can make him agree with me

RE: upvc and ductile iron

C900 is the industry standard in the U.S. for PVC pipe in water distributions systems. You need to explain to your consultant why you want to use uPVC instead of C900 and the benefits of uPVC over C900. If you can successfully do that, you should be able to get them to change their mind.

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