- Cost Effective
- Broad Range of Sizes
- Long-term Reliability
As an investment, System 15 is a winner. It’s a cost-effective “workhorse” designed for the majority of low-rise and light commercial applications where DWV systems don’t run through air plenums.
In addition to costing less than cast iron, System 15 pipe and fittings are engineered to withstand years of uninterrupted service. Made of tough, impact resistant PVC, System 15 won’t rust, pit, scale or degrade, even under continued exposure to moisture, salts, aggressive soils and most acids. Interior and exterior walls remain smooth, ensuring years of reliable, maintenance-free flow.
As well, System 15 is lightweight and easy to handle, making installation — even in confined or awkward wall spaces — fast and easy. There’s no need to pay for special hoisting equipment or extra manpower. This all converts to significant cost savings over copper and cast iron piping.
Do the math: System 15 is an unbeatable, cost-effective investment — now and for years to come.
1-1/2" - 24" (40mm - 600mm)
Drain Waste and Vent Piping in:
- Above ground or underground
When tested to the CAN/ULC S102.2 Standard, System 15 achieved a Flame Spread Rating of not greater than 25.
Lightweight. Easy to handle. Fast installation with no special equipment required. Substantial project cost savings over traditional piping materials.
Broad Range of Sizes
CSA certified in sizes from 1-1/2" to 24" in diameter. The most extensive DWV package available in North America.
System 15 performs well under constant use in harsh environments corrosive to other materials.
The high impact strength of System 15 reduces jobsite damage and wastage.
Solvent welding eliminates the need for cumbersome tools and the hazards of torches on site.
Suitable for both above- and below-grade applications, eliminating the transition to other pipe materials at grade level.
SYSTEM 15 DWV PIPE AND FITTINGS
IPEX System 15 Drain, Waste and Vent pipe and fittings shall be certified to CSA B181.2. When combustible pipe and fittings are used in buildings required to be of noncombustible construction, they shall be listed by ULC to the Standard CAN/ULC S102.2 and clearly marked with the certification logo indicating a Flame Spread Rating not exceeding 25.
IPEX System 15 pipe and fittings have been tested and certified by CSA to the CSA B181.2 standard.
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