The table can be used for other thermoplastic pipes materials with similar design.
Use the values to calculate minor pressure loss with the Equivalent Pipe Length Method.
Pipe lines - fluid flow and pressure loss - water, sewer, steel pipes, pvc pipes, copper tubes and more.
Standard dimensions and weight of PVC - Polyvinyl Chloride - and CPVC - Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride.
Dimensions of PVC pipe SDR series.
Copper tube fittings and equivalent lengths - in feets of straight tube.
Maximum distance between CPVC pipe supports.
The equal friction method for sizing air ducts is easy and straightforward to use.
Dimensions of PVC-U pipe according EN 1452.
Calculate minor pressure loss in piping systems with the Equivalent Pipe Length Method.
Minor pressure and head loss in pipes vs. equivalent length in tubes and duct systems.
Friction head loss (ftH2O per 100 ft pipe) in water pipes can be estimated with the empirical Hazen-Williams equation.
Equivalent length of fittings like bends, returns, tees and valves in hot water heating systems - equivalent length in feet and meter.
Dimensions of thermoplastic pipes according ISO 161.
Pressure drop diagrams for PTFE, PP, PFA and PVDF lined pipes.
Minor loss coefficients for components used in pipe and tube systems.
Friction head loss (ft/100 ft) vs. water flow in plastic pipes like PVC, PP, PE or PEH.
Piping materials like ABS, PE, PVC, CPVC, PB, PP and SR and pressure and operating temperature limits.
Distance between PVC pipe supports.
Maximum operating and required burst pressure of PVC - Polyvinyl Chloride - pipe fittings.
Calculate temperature expansion and contraction in PVC piping systems.
Water flow in thermoplastic PVC and CPVC pipes Schedule 40 - friction loss (ft/100 ft, psi/100 ft) and flow velocities at dimensions ranging 1/2 to 16 inches.
Friction loss (psi/100 ft) and velocity for water flow in plastic PVC pipe schedule 40.
Water flow in thermoplastic PVC and CPVC pipes Schedule 80 - friction loss (ft/100 ft, psi/100 ft) and flow velocities at dimensions ranging 1/2 to 16 inches.
Thermal expansion of PVC, CPVC, Carbon and Stainless Steel and Fiberglass pipes.
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