1) Material: UPVC, CPVC

2) Size: 1/2'' - 12''; 20mm - 315mm; DN15 - DN300

3) Standard: ANSI SCH80 / DIN PN16

4) Joint End:  Socket / Threaded (NPT & BSPT)

5) Working Pressure: 150 PSI

6) Operating Temperature: UPVC(0~55); CPVC(0~95)

7) Body color : UPVC(dark gray), CPVC(light gray)


Sometimes a pipe system layout requires the addition of pipes of different diameters. PN16 PVC bushings allow system designers or installers to easily connect two pipes that have different diameters. They carry all of the benefits of thick 
PN16 pipes made from durable PVC, while still allowing the connection of two different sized pipes.

PN16 PVC bushings are different from couplings, even though both products allow the connection of pipes of two different sizes. Bushings, unlike couplings, contain screw threads that allow the user to securely connect them to the pipe. This allows for a tight seal without the need to use adhesive. This makes bushings the connector of choice in applications where they may need to be replaced or removed on a regular basis.

In many applications, 
PN16 PVC is preferred over metal. It has a smoother interior, so there is less loss of pressure with PVC bushings than with metal bushings. Also, PN16 PVC bushings are more affordable than those made from metal. Choosing PN16 PVC ensures that the PVC is strong enough to withstand high pressure situations. PN16 PVC has a thicker wall than PN10 options, making it the best choice when durability and strength are required. This means that PN16 works well for high pressure applications, such as water treatment and irrigation.

PN16 PVC bushings have a wide range of size options. Opening diameters range in size from 20mm to 315mm. Options for end diameters range from 20mm to 315mm. The threads can be on the inside or the outside of the bushing, depending on the application and the type of pipe they will be used with. This variety of size options ensures that those designing a pipe system can find the right size combination to meet their needs, whether increasing or decreasing the diameter of the pipe used in the layout.

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