CPVC Butterfly Valves-ASHIRVAD

The "butterfly" is a metal disc mounted on a rod. When the valve is closed, the disc is turned so that it completely blocks off the passageway. When the valve is open, the disc is rotated a quarter turn so that it allows unrestricted passage. The position of the disc is effected from outside the valve.

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Detailed Description for CPVC Butterfly Valves-ASHIRVAD

Ashirvad is a licensee of Lubrizol, a Berkshire Hathaway Company, who are the inventors and largest manufacturers of CPVC compound in the world. Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride (CVPC) is a thermoplastic used for hot and cold water lines. CVPC is the first choice of material for potable water supply across the world and is in use across the world for more than 50 years. It is absolutely ideal for use in hot and cold water applications in villas, individual homes, apartments, offices, commercial buildings, hotels and hospitals.

Ashirvad offers an industry leading wide range of pipes and fittings. These systems offer unparalleled installation options with high quality finish, superior dimensional accuracy and stability and are suitable for all types of commercial and domestic installations.

Design features

·         Withstands heat of up to 93° Celsius

·         Ashirvad FLOWGUARD™ PLUS can withstand max 28.1 bar pressureat 23°C & max 8.79 bar at 82°C. Our materials are resistant to heat and does not release any toxicity at higher heat levels. Safety assured.

·         Design Registered and Easy to Install

·         Ashirvad is the first to come up with the alignment system, making the system easy to install and maintain. Our products are lightweight and agile which makes them easy to transport.

·         Tough, Reliable & UV resistant

·         Highly resilient, tough and durable with high tensile strength and high impact strength. The pipes are UV stabilised and designed for over 50 year’s life.

 

Ashirvad FLOWGUARD™ PLUS uses NSF certified raw material from Lubrizol USA, inventors of CPVC technology. Ashirvad finished products are regularly lab tested in Europe & USA. They have been tested, approved and used in India in the highest number of projects for over 10 years.

Certifications

Ashirvad FLOWGUARD™ PLUS uses NSF certified raw material from Lubrizol USA, inventors of CPVC technology. Ashirvad finished products are regularly lab tested in Europe & USA. They have been tested, approved and used in India in the highest number of projects for over 10 years.

Why ashirvad CPVC

Can withstand heat up to 93°C flowing hot water

Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) is a thermoplastic produced by chlorination of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin used for hot and cold water lines. CPVC is the first choice of material for potable water supply across the world and is in use across the world for more than 50 years.

Frequently asked questions

How are Ashirvad FLOWGUARD™ PLUS CPVC pipes and fittings aligned?

Ashirvad has made innovation for correct alignment of fittings with pipes during fitment. Elbows and fittings in 1/2”, 3/4” and 1” have an alignment mould mark which should be matched with the red stripe on the pipe during solvent cement push fitment process. This is to ensure that in the concealed installations the water outlet fittings are perpendicular to the wall surface and to avoid any repair, breakage, etc. after the wall finishing has been completed. Since there is no reference surface available to the plumber during installation in unplastered walls, this Self Alignment System is very useful and convenient. Ashirvad’s self-alignment system also saves on the extra cost in correcting those non-aligned joints.This alignment mark on the plastic fittings is an innovation done for the first time in the world by Ashirvad and is design registered.

Is Ashirvad CPVC UV protected?

CPVC compound (supplied by Lubrizol) used for manufacture of pipes and fittings are already UV protected. More than 50 years of use has shown that there is no deterioration in pressure withstanding capacity of FLOWGUARD™ PLUS CPVC pipes which have been installed under the sunlight, even after several years of installation. However, for extra protection for pipes which are directly under harsh sunlight, Ashirvad recommends covering all pipes and fittings installed on the roof to prevent any kind of mechanical damage to the system.

How to repair the punctures in the wall chasing/concealed installations?

Repair of punctured and damaged pipe due to drilling/chiseling can be done by removing the cement plaster and using the pipe repair piece supplied by the company. Thoroughly clean the area of pipe damaged and make it dry. Apply solvent cement on the surface of pipe at damaged portion in the entire circumference. Also apply solvent ement on the inner surface of pipe repair piece and snap on over damaged area. Tie a small piece of string/binding wire around the repair piece and pipe for some time to allow to set. This is an unique system available with CPVC pipe where the damaged pipe need not be cut or shifted back and forth for repair. Do pressure test before replastering.

Do we need to insulate the CPVC pipes?

 

Thermal conductivity of FLOWGUARD™ PLUS CPVC pipes and fittings is 0.14 W/MK whereas of copper is 400 W/MK. Since CPVC is a very bad conductor of heat, light insulation is recommended only for installations where there is a continuous flow of hot water e.g. solar/centralised heaters. In bathrooms with independent heaters within 3 meters location insulation may not be necessary. Please ensure that the insulation material or glue being used to hold the insulation material does not contain any phthalate plasticiser as it is not compatible with CPVC and can cause failure to plumbing system in the long run.


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