Roughly half of the world's polyvinyl chloride resin manufactured annually is used for producing pipes for municipal and industrial applications. In the water distribution market it accounts for 66% of the market in the US, and in sanitary sewer pipe applications, it accounts for 75%. Its light weight, low cost, and low maintenance make it attractive. However, it must be carefully installed and bedded to ensure longitudinal cracking and over belling does not occur. Additionally, PVC pipes can be fused together using various solvent cements, or heat-fused (butt-fusion process, similar to joining HDPE pipe), creating permanent joints that are virtually impervious to leakage.


  • Can be used in civil cold water system facilities.
  • Can be used in building drainage, rainwater pipes and other facilities
  • Can be used in agriculture, landscape irrigation, spray irrigation project.
  • Can be used in swimming pool, playing in the water recreational facilities projects.
  • Can be used in pharmaceutical and chemical company with a pipeline.
  • Can be used in aquaculture pipe.
  • Can be used in brewing, fermentation pipe.
  • Can be used in electrical, telecommunications engineering pipeline.
  • Can be used in city, public green, a golf course project.
  • Can be used in paper and sewage treatment works.

PVC PIPE LINES Productivity Range of Different Models Pipe Diameter Range (OD)
PVC Pipe 100 kg/hr to 350 kg/hr 1" ID to 315mm OD
PVC Belling 200kg/hr to 600kg/hr 40mm to 315