Wallington Plumbing Supply carries a wide range of premium pipes for use in numerous plumbing applications. These pipes come in a range of sizes and schedules to suit various demands and are constructed from durable materials including steel, copper, PVC, and PEX.
Black domestic schedule 40 pipe lines are often used in plumbing applications to deliver water or gas to several fixtures in a household or commercial location. Schedule 80 domestic black pipes are typically utilized in situations where resistance to high pressure or temperature is necessary.
To transfer water and gas in plumbing systems, copper pipe tubing is often used because of its durability and resistance to corrosion. Copper pipe tubing is preferred over other materials because it is easy to bend and form.
CPVC (Chlorinated Poly Vinyl Chloride) plastic pipe tubing is used in plumbing and heating systems to transfer hot and cold water. Since they are temperature-, corrosion-, and chemical-resistant, CPVC pipes are popular for industrial applications and fire sprinkler systems.
Schedule 40 galvanized pipes are frequently employed in plumbing and building projects. The pipes' galvanized coating offers further defense against rust and corrosion.
The primary uses of no-hub pipe tubing are drainage systems, which include waste and vent piping systems. They offer a plumbing installation alternative that is more efficient and cost-effective.
PEX (cross-linked polyethylene) tubing and coils are used in pipe systems that transport hot and cold water in residential and commercial buildings. They are a typical choice for hydronic radiant heating systems.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipes are renowned for their sturdiness, affordability, and resistance to chemicals and corrosion. PVC pipe conduits classified according to their thickness and pressure capacity are known as schedule PVC pipes.
Wallington Plumbing Supply has the knowledge and inventory to assist you in locating the ideal pipes and pipe fittings for your needs, whether for residential or commercial use.