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PVC Pıpe Sıze Chart &

PVC Pıpe Dımensıons

PVC Pipes have many uses – water mains, irrigation, sewer pipes; Pipes made of PVC can be found in many places around us.
However, when you need a PVC pipe for any application, knowledge about pvc pipe sizes and pvc pipe weights is essential.

PVC pipe size chart, weight,thickness and tolerances about DIN8061 – DIN8062 , AS 1477, TS 274, EN 1452-2 standards contained all the information about the weight of the pipe and tolerance, you can check our chart below. Even as it is prepared for the amount mentioned in the following table affected by production conditions tolerance and is also evaluated.

PVC Pipes vary in size and are evaluated in three types. – schedule 40, schedule 80 and schedule 120. It is essential and helpful to do extensive research and find the right one to avoid cost overruns, misuse, plumbing failures and project delays. You should get information from our sales representative for solutions specific to your project.

Pvc Pipe Dimensions

PVC Pressure Water Pipes produced in accordance with TS 274-2 En 1452-2 standards can be produced in various diameters and in appropriate wall thicknesses according to the safety coefficients in accordance with DIN 8061-8062 and ASTM 1477 standards. The pipes are used in drinking water lines and are capable of resisting underground conditions. 

PVC pipes, which are highly resistant to sudden weather changes and heat, are long-lasting and do not leak water and air. PVC pipes with high resistance to impact and pressure are resistant to organic and inorganic acids and alkalis. It also contains an important feature such as not being deformed up to 60C. 

You can contact our support team about PVC Pipe Weights and PVC Pipe dimensions specific to your project now. Email us for PVC Pipe Size Chart and PVC Pipe catalogue. Let us help you right away with our special solutions.


PVC-U PIPES (DIN8061 – DIN8062)
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PVC-U PIPES (1477 AS)

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FAQ

  • What is the Difference Between PVC and PVCU?

PVC is a commonly used term used to describe plastic made from polyvinyl chloride. The “U” part of PVCU indicates that it has not been plasticized and therefore no plasticizer has been added to make it soft – so, more precisely, any rigid PVC product should be called UPVC or PVCU.

  • Are PVC pipes better than copper?

PVC pipes are made of plastic. For this reason, unlike copper pipes, corrosion resistance is high. Since PVC pipes are thicker, they are resistant to pressure and impact.

  • How much weight can PVC pipe bear?

Ans. Pvc Pipe specially produced for your project should not be used to carry more weight. Live support will help you for PVC pipes carrying capacity.

  • What is the life of the PVC pipe?

Ans. The lifespan of a general PVC pipe is about 50 to 80 years. This period varies according to the usage area of PVC Pipe.

  • What is the difference between PVC and HDPE pipes?

PVC and HDPE pipes used around the world vary considerably. Hdpe pipe is a polyethylene thermoplastic made from petroleum. PVC is a durable vinyl polymer. HDPE has proven to be more durable.

  • How Can I Decide Which PVC Pipe Size?

Deciding which size to use for your PVC Pipe system can be difficult. You can use our live support line for PVC Pipe size and Pvc Pipe weight table specific to your project.
If you take the pipe size too small, you will either not achieve the required flow rates; if you take the size too large, you run the risk of solids settling in the pipeline due to too low flow, as well as spending more on your PVC piping system than necessary.