- 1/2" to 8" sizes (schedule 40 pipe)
- Cost-effective multipurpose solution for many different piping applications
- 360o visibility for inside applications
IPEX is pleased to introduce a new, high pressure clear PVC pipe with Schedule 40 pressure ratings that are higher than competing Schedule 80 products. IPEX Clear-Guard High Pressure Clear PVC pipe provides a cost-effective multipurpose solution for many different piping applications.
The benefits of rigid Xirtec PVC piping are well documented including light weight, flexibility, durability and exceptional corrosion resistance. These benefits with the addition of clarity are now available in our Clear-Guard High Pressure Clear PVC pipe product. Our clarity provides 360o visibility for several applications including dual-containment, clean room and site glass applications.
- Clear-Guard Brochure
- Water and Wastewater Treatment Applications Brochure
- Metals and Mining Brochure
- Chlor-Alkali Processing Applications Brochure
Chemical Resistance Guide
- Sizes range from 1/2" to 8" Schedule 40 pipe
- Standard 10 foot lengths
- 20 foot lengths available by special order
With IPEX’s new high pressure clear PVC pipe you can specify Schedule 40 clear pipe for applications where previously only Schedule 80 clear pipe would suffice. Our high pressure formulation, with a long-term hydrostatic design basis of 3,150 psi allows for better clarity and more versatility for various applications.
Clear-Guard™ PVC Materials
Rigid PVC (polyvinyl chloride) used in the manufacturing of Clear-Guard schedule 40 High Pressure Pipe complies with the material requirements of ASTM D1784 (formerly Type 1, Grade 1) and has a cell classification of 15334 and a Hydrostatic Design Basis (HDB) of 3150 psi. The compound is listed with NSF for potable water service.
Clear-Guard schedule 40 High Pressure Pipe shall meet the requirements of ASTM D1785.
Clear-Guard PVC Schedule 40 pipe is marked as prescribed in ASTM D1785. The marking includes the
following: IPEX; Clear-Guard; IPS PVC and the Schedule and Pressure Rating at 73°F (23ºC); ASTM D1785; and NSF 61.