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Fiberglass Pipes and Temperature Limits

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Fiberglass pipes and recommended operational temperature ranges:

  • Epoxy glass fiber reinforced pipe: -29 to 149 oC (-20 to 300o F)
  • Vinyl Ester glass fiber reinforced pipe: -29 to 93 oC (-20 to 200 oF)
  • Furan glass fiber reinforced pipe: -29 to 93 oC (-20 to 200 oF)
  • Furan carbon fiber reinforced pipe: -29 to 93 oC (-20 to 200 oF)
  • Phenolic glass fiber reinforced pipe: -29 to 149 oC (-20 to 300 oF)
  • Polyster glass fiber reinforced pipe: -29 to 93 oC (-20 to 200 oF)
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