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Backed by Lubrizol Corporation's 60 years of experience with chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC), Corzan® Piping Systems is trusted by the most demanding industries.

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How Corzan® CPVC Technology Evolved From Industrial to Commercial Applications

Inquiring minds need to know: How did Corzan® CPVC transition from use in aggressive industrial pipe applications to becoming a trusted material for decades of reliable service in commercial plumbing and hydronic HVAC applications?

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Plumbing: A Fulfilling Career for Lifelong Learners

Interested in history, chemistry, biology and having a positive impact on society? Plumbing may be the career for you.

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Why CPVC Pipe Fails, and Why It Succeeds

A question commonly asked about CPVC piping is what could cause a failure once it is in service. It is not necessary to have a materials science degree to gain an understanding of the factors involved. Essentially, certain conditions must be present for a failure to be set into motion. In this post we will look at what these conditions are and how they may interact with each other.

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What’s In a Name? The DNA of Corzan® Piping Systems

How do you define Corzan® Piping Systems? Is it a product? Is it an ingredient of a product? It’s a good question, with an even better answer for specifiers, installers, distributors and our partners in the plumbing and HVAC industries.

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Why You Need to Know About Municipal Water Chemistry

For 45 years, federal law has required potable water suppliers to protect their customers from waterborne pathogens while minimizing health risks from disinfection and the byproducts of disinfection. The Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974 authorizes the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to establish minimum standards to protect tap water, and requires all owners or operators of public water systems to comply with these health-related standards. 

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ANSI/NSF/CAN 61 Potable Water Testing: How Copper Differs From CPVC

NSF/ANSI/CAN Standard 61: Drinking Water Systems Components – Health Effects establishes minimum requirements for the control of adverse human health effects in materials, components, products and systems that have direct contact with drinking water (from source to tap) or drinking water treatment chemicals.

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Set Up Your Plumbing Installation for Success With the Right Plastic for the Job

Merriam-Webster defines a plastic as “any of numerous organic synthetic or processed materials that are mostly thermoplastic or thermosetting polymers of high molecular weight and that can be made into objects, films, or filaments.”

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HOW CORZAN® PIPING SYSTEMS ASSURES CPVC QUALITY AND CONSISTENCY

Contrary to what some may assume, Lubrizol Advanced Materials does not produce the final CPVC products used in plumbing and hydronic service. Instead we engineer and manufacture CPVC compound from PVC resin, as the chart below depicts.

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Cooling Towers and Legionella Prevention: What Water Treatment Pros Want Specifiers to Know About Pipe Material Selection

Management of risk by building teams is an ever-growing area of professional concern. Complicated systems can have unseen impacts unless a holistic approach to the project is adopted at the start.

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Modular Commercial Construction: A Disruptive Plumbing Technology

One of PHCPPros’ key plumbing trends for 2019 is tied to a strong growth area in the construction market – hotel rooms. That trend, prefabrication of building modules, is proving to be beneficial to the plumbing trades, where labor shortages have made jobsite-built projects more unpredictable and costly. And the latest data on rising construction costs, up 4.48% from the same time last year, points to worker shortages as a main factor in that increase.    

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