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Plastic Pipe Nipples & Pipe

Plastic Pipe Nipples & Pipe

In applications where rust, rot, and corrosion are a concern, choose these lightweight, lead-free plastic pipe and pipe nipples. They are commonly used in irrigation systems, food and chemical processing facilities, water mains and service lines, sewer lines, and drain, waste, and vent systems. While pipe is available in longer lengths, pipe nipples are 12" and shorter. Select a pipe or pipe nipple made from a material that is compatible with the substance to be transported through the pipes.

PVC

The most popular choice for low-pressure drain, waste, and vent and water transport systems, PVC (polyvinyl chloride) pipe and pipe nipples provide good durability and chemical resistance.

Schedule 40

Non-Threaded

Pipe

Schedule 80

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe Nipple

Threaded on One End

Pipe Nipple

Non-Threaded

Pipe

CPVC

Pipe and pipe nipples made from CPVC (chlorinated polyvinyl chloride) are able to withstand higher temperatures than those made with PVC. They provide good resistance to a broad range of chemicals and are commonly used in indoor sprinkler systems and on hot and cold water lines in commercial and residential facilities.

Schedule 40

Non-Threaded

Pipe

Schedule 80

Fully Threaded

Close Nipple

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe Nipple

Non-Threaded

Pipe

Polypropylene

Featuring high strength and good resistance to abrasion and chemicals, fiberglass-reinforced polypropylene (PP) pipe and pipe nipples are commonly used to transport fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides, waste, saltwater, and cooling water. Polypropylene pipe is fully integrated and can be heated at connection points.

Schedule 40

Non-Threaded

Pipe

Schedule 80

Threaded on Both Ends

Hex Nipple

Pipe Nipple

Reducing Nipple

Non-Threaded

Pipe

PVDF

Abrasion-resistant PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride, also known as Kynar) pipe and pipe nipples resist corrosion from bacteria and chemicals, including salts, strong acids, dilute bases, and organic solvents. They are commonly used in pharmaceutical, food and chemical processing, waste treatment, semiconductor, and industrial plating applications.

Schedule 80

Threaded on Both Ends

Pipe Nipple

ABS

Commonly used in commercial and residential indoor drain, waste, and vent piping systems, durable ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) pipe and pipe nipples provide good chemical resistance and impact strength. They are generally recommended for gravity-flow (no pressure) installations.

Schedule 40

Non-Threaded

Pipe