Transparent plastic pipes, also known as clear PVC pipes, are available in different standards, including ASTM, DIN, and ANSI. These standards ensure that the pipes are manufactured to specific quality and safety standards, allowing for consistent performance and reliability. Clear PVC pipe suppliers offer pipes in these standards with a variety of diameters and lengths, along with fittings and connectors to ensure proper installation. These pipes are ideal for applications where visual monitoring is required, such as in chemical processing plants, aquariums, and water treatment facilities. Clear PVC pipes offer excellent resistance to corrosion, chemicals, and UV radiation, making them a durable and cost-effective solution for many industries.
For use exclusively with the distribution of pressurized liquids, this specification applies to poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) plastic pipe in schedules 40, 80, and 120. This specification also covers the classification criteria, nomenclature system, test procedures, specifications, workmanship, dimensions, sustained pressure, burst pressure, flattening, extrusion quality, finish, appearance, and marking techniques for transparent plastic pipe. Four hydrostatic design stresses are used to describe PVC pipe covers, each of which is identified by one of six type/grade/design stress designations. Testing for both short- and long-term strength distinguishes different types of PVC polymers.
Reference: Standard Specification for Poly(Vinyl Chloride) (PVC) Plastic Pipe, Schedules 40, 80, and 120
|Item No.||Product name||Standard||Range|
|1||Transparent Rigid PVC Pipe||ANSI||1/2"-6"|
|2||Transparent PVC direct||ANSI||1/2"-6"|
|3||Transparent PVC elbow||ANSI||1/2"-6"|
|4||Transparent PVC Tee||ANSI||1/2"-6"|
|5||Transparent PVC outer teeth||ANSI||1/2"-2"|
|6||Transparent PVC pipe||DIN||DN15-DN150|
|7||Transparent PVC direct||DIN||DN15-DN150|
|8||Transparent PVC elbow||DIN||DN15-DN150|
|9||Transparent PVC Tee||DIN||DN15-DN150|
|10||Transparent PVC outer teeth||DIN||DN15-DN50|