PVC Fittings & CPVC Fittings
Fittings are the connector parts that hold everything together in a pipe line. From the couplings that join pipe to pipe, to the elbow fittings that help create bends and turns in the line, each fitting has its own purpose and use in creating a structurally sound design. We carry fittings in a range of materials from PVC to CPVC, duct, ChemDrain and more.
Select the material you are working in and use the navigation on the right side to narrow it down to the exact type and size fitting you are looking for. We carry all materials, models, and sizes from top brands like Spears, Harvel, Georg Fischer, Lasco, and Charlotte Pipe. For more information and for a price quote on your list give us a call today.
Benefits of Non-Metal Fittings:
- • PVC and CPVC are light and easy to handle
- • Will not rust or corrode like metal
- • Fantastic chemical resistance
- • Low maintenance
- • Saves money on materials and install
- • Tough enough for industrial use
When it comes to choosing fitting material, there are a number of factors that play a part. Your application may limit some materials due to temperature, media, pressure, and other conditions. It is important to factor in every possible element of your application when determining what material to use for your pipeline.
Commercial Industrial Supply carries a vast selection of standard PVC and CPVC fittings, but we also carry some other materials like metal camlock fittings and PVDF fittings.
PVC is a dynamic material that can be used to make many different products. We carry three main types of PVC fittings: schedule 40 PVC fittings, schedule 80 PVC fittings, and PVC duct fittings. All of these products work together with PVC pipe to create systems that carry water, exhaust, and other media. PVC is prized for its cost efficiency and availability. It is easy to find and easy to use. PVC fittings are commonly installed using PVC solvent cement, which actually chemically softens the material so it can adhere to itself.
CPVC is closely related to PVC, but it has some chemical differences. CPVC is prized for its ability to handle higher temperatures than PVC. It is rated for working temperatures up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Like our PVC fittings, we also carry several different types of CPVC. We carry schedule 80 CPVC fittings, ChemDrain CPVC fittings for chemical applications, and CPVC duct fittings. Again, they all work in conjunction with pipe (or duct) of the respective kind.