Plastic tubing by Excalibur

Plastic Pipe

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Since 1970, Excalibur has been extruding its own PVC pipe for stock and sale. Plastic pipe is extruded as ABS pipe, poly pipe (polyethylene pipe), CPVC pipe and in Schedule 40 Pipe, Schedule 80 Pipe, SDR Pipe ratings regulating Class 100/125/200/315. We manufacturer the standard size diameters of 1/8” to 6” plain ends or belled. Our stock colors are white, gray pipe, and Clear PVC, but we have the ability to produce other colors, such as black, upon request. Excalibur also gives you the option of custom lengths and printing. Our pipe meets or exceeds applicable ASTM standards.


PVC Pipe

PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is the most commonly used material in the manufacturing of plastic pipe. PVC pipe is both stronger and more rigid than most other thermoplastics. PVC also has a relatively high tensile strength and modulus of elasticity.

PVC is commonly used in applications such as chilled and salt water distribution, chemical drainage, industrial plating, chemical processing, and irrigation systems.Schedule 80 PVC pipe can be joined by either threading or cementing.


Polypropylene Pipe

Polypropylene pipe is lightweight but as strong and durable as high density polyethylene. Polypropylene can be used at high temperatures when thermoplastics such as PVC and polyethylene cannot be used. Polypropylene pipe resists common reagents such as sulfuric acid, nitric acid, hydrochloric acid and caustic soda, and is also resistant to abrasion. But it is not recommended to be used with strong oxidizing acids such as chlorinated hydrocarbons and aromatics.



CPVC (chlorinated polyvinyl chloride) pipe will give your system many advantages over a system with conventional pipe. CPVC SCH 80 piping systems are resistant to corrosion and chemicals, have simple and reliable joining methods, and last a long time.
 CPVC pipe is used for processing corrosive liquids and in hot and cold water applications. The maximum temperature for most CPVC piping products is 210°F, roughly 60ºF higher than PVC piping products. That widens its range of uses.
 CPVC piping systems also have increased hanger spacing at elevated temperatures compared to PVC, with low flame spread and smoke generation characteristics.


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