• CPVC Compact ball valves (regular style), threaded ends; FKM elastomer
  • Sizing - 3/4-inch
  • Schedule 80 CPVCs - not for Compressed Air or Gas; do not use compressed air or gas even to test, or clear, any PVC or CPVC piping system
  • CPVC piping is suitable for hot water distribution as high as 180 Fahrenheit; PVC piping is ideal for use with temperatures up to 140 Fahrenheit
  • Sch 80 and Sch 40 have different inside/outside diameters for each unit size; the same is true with CPVC versus PVC; adapters allow interconnectivity
Spears CPVC Compact ball valves (regular style) with threaded ends and (FKM) fluoroelastomer, size - 3/4-inch. The principal mechanical difference between CPVC and PVC is that CPVC is significantly more ductile, allowing greater flexure and crush resistance. CPVC is less apt to be corroded than PVC and also, under certain conditions, many types of metal pipe. Compared to Schedule 40, Schedule 80 pipes and fittings are thicker, hence they are better applied to jobs that require higher in-pipe pressure or higher water temperature. Backed by over 40 years of both product and process development experience, Spears has become one of the leading manufacturers of thermoplastic valves, fittings, and piping system components. Spears broad product line offers a complete selection of 1/8-inch through 12-inch injection molded fittings and fabricated fittings through 48-inch, many specialty products, and a full complement of manual and mechanically actuated thermoplastic valves in a variety of type
  • Size: 3/4
  • Measurement System: Inch
Compact Ball Valves

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