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PVC and CPVC Pipe

7 Results Found that Include 187 Products 

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    • HARVEL
    • PVC Pipe
    • Multiple product options available

      Pipe and Material of Construction PVC; Varies by Pipe Size, Length, Schedule and Color

    • GF PIPING SYSTEMS
    • PVC Pipe
    • Multiple product options available

      Pipe, —, Inside Dia. —, Outside Dia. —, Length 10 ft., Schedule 80, Material of Construction PVC, Max. Temp. 140°F, Color Gray and Standards NSF-14 Certified,...More

    • GF PIPING SYSTEMS
    • PVC Nipple
    • Multiple product options available

      Nipple, Schedule 80, Material of Construction PVC, Max. Temp. 140°F and Color Gray; Varies by Pipe Size and Length

    • GF PIPING SYSTEMS
    • PVC Pipe Nipple
    • Multiple product options available

      Pipe Nipple, Threaded, Schedule 80, Material of Construction PVC, Max. Temp. 140°F, Color Gray and Standards ASTM D2467, NSF-14 Certified; Varies by Pipe Size and LengthMore

    • EXCELON
    • PVC Pipe
    • Multiple product options available

      Pipe and Material of Construction PVC; Varies by Pipe Size, Length, Schedule, Type and Color

    • SPEARS
    • PVC Nipple
    • Multiple product options available

      Nipple, Thread On One End, MNPT x Slip Socket, Schedule 80, Material of Construction PVC, Max. Temp. 110°F, Color Gray and Standards ASTM D-1784; Varies by Pipe Size...More

    • SPEARS
    • PVC Pipe Nipple
    • Multiple product options available

      Pipe Nipple, Threaded, Schedule 80, Material of Construction PVC, Max. Temp. 140°F, Color Gray, Standards ANSI/ASTM STD D1784, NSF STD61, ANNEX G and Compliance NSF 61;...More

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      Get PVC and CPVC pipe from Grainger when you need non-corrosive, chemically resistant pipe for construction and industrial applications. CPVC can withstand temperatures as high as 180 Degrees to 210 Degrees F, while PVC can withstand temperatures to 140 Degrees F, helping to make CPVC a good choice for hot water distribution. PVC pipe can work well in drain, waste and venting plumbing applications. Choose from a wide range of PVC and CPVC pipe and nipple options here. Shop Grainger first!