CLASS C PIPES
- Maximum durability and reliability
- High-pressure and temperature-resistant
- Enhanced resistance to corrosion
- High gloss finish with perfection
- Easy to set up and maintain
- Resistant to most chemicals, minimal friction, and extreme temperatures
- High flexibility and rigidity
Class C pipes are used in a variety of applications, including:
- Connecting sewage and drainage systems
- Connecting water mains and pressure tanks
- Carrying hot and cold water
- Connecting industrial equipment
- Constructing sprinkler systems
- Connecting swimming pool systems
- Connecting fire suppression systems
- Connecting gas lines
- Connecting HVAC systems
- Connecting wells and pumps
Class C pipes are pipes that have been rated for medium pressure and medium temperature service. They are typically used in commercial and industrial applications, such as heating and cooling systems, water supply lines, and gas distribution systems.
Class C pipes differ from other pipes in their pressure and temperature ratings. Class C pipes are rated for medium pressure and medium temperature service, while other pipes may be rated for high pressure or high temperature service.
Class C pipes can be made of a variety of materials, including copper, steel, and plastic. The most common material used for Class C pipes is copper, due to its corrosion resistance and durability.
- Class C pipes can be used for potable water systems, as long as they meet the appropriate standards for potable water systems. These standards may vary depending on the location and specific use of the pipes.