The Lubrizol Corporation
The Lubrizol Corporation is the world leader in heat-resistant and low-combustibility chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) resins and compounds and are trusted in various applications, including plumbing, fire sprinkler systems and industrial piping. Corzan Industrial Systems: Corzan Industrial Systems comprised of durable chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) pipe, sheet, duct, fittings and valves provide the water and wastewater treatment industry with long service life, minimum downtime and excellent corrosion resistance. By replacing conventional metallic systems with Corzan CPVC, engineers can extend system service life and reduce maintenance, while minimizing life-cycle costs. Corzan HP Systems: Newly introduced to the market is Corzan HP pipe and fittings. Corzan HP pipe has been tested and certified by NSF International as having a pressure rating thats 25 percent higher than standard CPVC at 180F (82C). In addition, Corzan HP fittings are pressure-rated to the same rating as the pipe to make the Corzan HP system the first and only fully pressure rated schedule 40/80 piping system on the market today. The Lubrizol Advantage: Through product innovation, technical expertise and the many value-added services it offers to customers, Lubrizol continues to advance CPVC solutions for the building and construction market. From design of the base materials, to the production of resins and compounds, Lubrizol has established world-class research and development capabilities, differentiating it from its competitors and setting a higher standard for product quality.

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9911 Brecksville Road
Cleveland, OH 44141-3247
United States
Toll-free: (885) 735-1431
Phone: (216) 447-5914
Fax: (216) 447-6211

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The Lubrizol Corporation

9911 Brecksville Road
Cleveland, OH 44141-3247
Phone: (216) 447-5914
Fax: (216) 447-6211

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Pipe; Pipe, PVC, CPVC

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