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Schedule 80 PVC Fittings

CIS carries a complete line of Schedule 80 PVC Fittings. Browse our online inventory, Request A Price Quote or Give Us A Call!

  • Meets All Applicable ASTM Standards • Withstands Extended High-Pressure Applications
  • Lightweight (Easier handling & installation) • Corrosion Resistant (no rust or pitting)
  • Maximum Service Temp of 140°F • Not for Use with Compressed Air or Gas

 

Schedule 80 PVC Bushings

Sch 80 PVC Elbows 90°

Schedule 80 PVC Fittings - Tees

Sch 80 PVC Elbows 45°

Schedule 80 PVC Tees

Schedule 80 PVC Tees

Schedule 80 PVC Adapters

Schedule 80 PVC Adapters

Schedule 80 PVC Bushings

Schedule 80 PVC Bushings

Schedule 80 PVC Couplings

Schedule 80 PVC Couplings

Schedule 80 PVC Nipples

Schedule 80 PVC Nipples

Schedule 80 PVC Fittings - Unions

Schedule 80 PVC Unions

Schedule 80 PVC Caps

Schedule 80 PVC Caps

Schedule 80 PVC Plugs

Schedule 80 PVC Plugs

Schedule 80 PVC Flanges

Schedule 80 PVC Flanges

Sch 80 PVC Bulkhead Fittings

Schedule 80 PVC Bulkheads

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Schedule 80 PVC fittings are commonly used for commercial and industrial applications involving water management or chemical handling. These parts are usually a dark gray in color and work in conjunction with sch 80 PVC pipe to create a corrosion-free piping system. PVC is a cost effective and easy to install material, making it ideal for a wide range of construction and processing uses. We source our fittings from top brands like Spears, Lasco, Georg Fischer and Charlotte Pipe.

Made of a non-toxic material, Schedule 80 PVC Fittings are popular for use in drinking water systems as they impart no odor or taste to the liquids carried through them. Their seamless and smooth interior surfaces result in low friction and high flow rates. PVC also has a much lower thermal conductivity factor than metal, ensuring fluids maintain a more constant temperature when flowing through PVC pipes and fittings. Insulation is not required to maintain temperature in most cases. Have more questions about sch 80 fittings? Check our Schedule 80 PVC FAQ Sheetpdf