No, Atlanta CPVC Products only burns and creates a charcoal barrier on the burnt area.

CTS stands for Copper Tubing Size while IPS stands for Iron Pipe Size. IPS is larger in diameter compared with CTS (1” CTS versus 1” IPS).

There are 4 ways to Install Atlanta HDPE Pipes and Fittings:

1.) Butt Fusion

2.) Electrofusion

3.) Through Compression Fittings

4.) Mechanical Jointing (Through Flanges)

Yes, It is approved by Bureau of Fire Protection and it used by Designers all around the world.

Yes, Water-Based Paints only, such as Latex Paints and Enamel-Based Paints.

Atlanta UPVC Solvent Cement is specialized cement for PVC and UPVC Pipes and Fitting while Atlanta CPVC Cements are specialized for CPVC.

Atlanta CPVC Cements can be used in cementing PVC pipes and fittings (case to case basis) but Atlanta UPVC Solvent Cement is incompatible in cementing CPVC Pipes and Fittings.

Both are made of the same basic elements with one distinguishing factor. CPVC is altered by a free radical chlorination reaction that effectively increases the chlorine content of the material. CPVC is also a thermoplastic that is molded into many of the same products as PVC. This difference in makeup allows CPVC to withstand a wider range of temperatures. This is why many building codes require the use of CPVC as opposed to PVC for use in hot water applications. The ASTM standard allows PVC to be used in applications not exceeding 140 degrees F.