Polyvinyl chloride is referred to as PVC. It is a polymer made of chlorinated hydrocarbons. It is hard and brittle in its natural state. But when additional materials are coupled with it, such plasticizers, it becomes stronger and more moldable. Some of its uses include electrical insulation, furniture, flooring, clinical tubing, and as a rubber alternative. PVC Pipes are the most often used material in the manufacturing of pipes, which are used in irrigation, plumbing, and water systems. Several PVC pipe types are used as hot or cold water conduits in industrial and commercial applications, depending on their intended use.
PVC Pipes have been used for various commercial uses for more than 80 years. Due to its exceptional qualities, including their light weight, affordability, simplicity of installation, and durability, PVC pipes have grown in favour all over the world. Due to their outstanding heat and electrical insulation qualities, they are also utilised in electrical fittings. The PVC pipes can survive intense shaking and excessive movement in earthquake-prone areas and do not rot, wear out, or rust over time. PVC pipes are constantly displacing other piping materials as a result of these considerations.