uPVC pipes can be categorized into 4 types as below:
- “Blue” uPVC pipes are the most common type of pvc pipes used. Blue uPVC pipes are used for potable water, in-house plumbing systems, and irrigation systems. Thaivinytech (2002) blue uPVC pipes are manufactured according to TIS. 17-2561 standards having the pressure ratings classified into 5 classes: Class 5, Class 7, Class 8.5 , Class 10.5 and Class 13.5
- “Yellow” uPVC pipes are used as conduits for electrical and telecommunication cables. As PVC is a non conductive material, it acts as an insulator for the electrical and telecommunication cables. Thaivinytech (2002) yellow uPVC pipes are manufactured according to TIS. 216-2524 with 3 classes of pressure ratings, i.e. class 1, class 2, and class 3.
- “White” uPVC pipes are used as conduits for electrical and telecommunication cables, similar to the yellow uPVC pipes. As PVC is a non conductive material, it acts as an insulator for the electrical and telecommunication cables. The reason for having white uPVC is that it can be installed and painted to any color. Currently, there is no approved standard of production, thus white uPVC is manufactured according to the manufacturer’s standard.
- “Grey” uPVC pipes are commonly used for outdoor installations and used as industrial pipes, sewer pipes, irrigations pipes, and agricultural pipes. Grey uPVC pipes can withstand less pressure compared to other colors and do not have any approved standards.
Thai Vinytech (2002) Company Limited manufactures High quality uPVC and HDPE pipes and fittings in the Kingdom of Thailand under the trademark Thai Vinytech (2002). Thai Vinytech (2002) Company Limited uses high quality machineries with latest technologies to support customer needs in various industries. With over 25 years experience, Thai Vinytech (2002) have proven its product quality and high level of services to both domestic and international customers.
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