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DOUBLE WALL CORRUGATED (DWC) PIPE

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DWC Pipes or Double Wall Corrugated Duct Pipes are the ones, which are manufactured from the HDPE Materials and are designed specially to provide the cost effective solutions to the people, who are looking for the replacement of GI, RCC and PVC Pipes for the purpose of laying Fibre Electric Cable networks and Fibre optics. These DWC Pipes are far more superior in terms of technicality and holds several advantages over the other pipes currently in use.
Made from the HDPE Materials, the DWC Pipe are popularly known as the HDPE DWC Pipes. The basic manufacturing materials involved in the production of the HDPE double wall corrugated pipes are the High-density polyethylene, which have the highest life expectancy.

HDPE PIPES & FITTINGS

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HDPE is a revolutionary thermoplastic used to overcome all the shortcomings of pipes as a medium for ducting for optical fibre and other cables and the flow of fluids. It is popularly used and recommended by Consultants and Field Engineers due to its high flow efficiency, strength, longevity, low cost of operation and maintenance, and a host of other unique features.
With exceptional strength, greater geographic reach, and excellent capacity, our resources render an unmatched capability for HDPE products and applications.

PVC ,UPVC and CPVC & FITTINGS

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PVC Pipes are extensively used in sewer systems, irrigation, water service lines, drain waste vents, and various industries.
The top-quality PVC pipes are provided by SS DWC Pipes. Our PVC pipes are durable, versatile, and meet the highest industry standards. Explore our range of PVC pipes for various applications and find the perfect solution for your needs.

DI & CI PIPES & FITTINGS

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The ductile iron used to manufacture the pipe is characterized by the spheroidal or nodular nature of the graphite within the iron.
DI & CI Pipes are extensively used in potable water transmission and distribution.
The primary difference between CPVC and UPVC lies in its resistance to temperatures. While CPVC can withstand upto 93 Deg C temperature which makes it suitable for both hot and cold water, UPVC can withstand only upto 60 Deg C and as such is suitable for cold water applications only.