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PVC pipes are commonly used for manufacturing sewage pipes, water mains and irrigation. Possessing very long-lasting properties, PVC pipes are easy to install, lightweight, strong, durable and easily recyclable, making them cost-efficient and sustainable. The smooth surface of PVC pipes also encourages faster water flow due to lower amounts of friction than piping made from other materials such as cast iron or concrete. PVC pipes can also be manufactured to varying lengths, wall thicknesses and diameters, according to international sizing standards such as DIN 8061, ASTM D1785 and ASTM F441.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe is made from a plastic and vinyl combination material. The pipes are durable, hard to damage, and long-lasting. They do not rust, rot, or wear over time. For that reason, PVC piping is most commonly used in water systems, underground wiring, and sewer lines.
PVC was first developed in 1925 when a BF Goodrich employee, Dr. Waldo Semon, attempted to invent a method for bonding metal and rubber. After blending materials together to create a strong and flexible material, Semon discovered PVC. Nonetheless, the product remained virtually useless for another decade. In the late 1930s, it was found to have great shock-absorbing abilities. This discovery led to the creation of long-lasting PVC tire treads.
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