EXOD 225® is a high-performance CPVC formulated for superior chemical resistance, maximum heat deflection and extreme weathering capabilities.
EXOD 225® CPVC can be used in a variety of indoor and outdoor applications and delivers a competitive cost advantage over traditional metal systems.
EXOD 225® also answers the call of petrochemical and food and drug facilities, where high temperature steam and scalding water washdowns are common.
EXOD 225® shrugs off severe salt water spray and offers impressive acid and caustic chemical resistance.
- USDA Authorized
- Attractive Gray Color
- 25/50 Rated Per ASTM E-84
- High Performance
- Maximum Labor-Savings
Apply EXOD 225® jacketing with a minimum 3” overlap along the sides and also at the end lap to ensure a proper fit.
For outdoor applications with an O.D. of 8” or less, Proto Corporation recommends using a minimum of .030 mil thick material.
For outdoor applications greater than an O.D. of 8", a minimum of .040 mil thick material should be used.
Proto Corporation recommends installing 6" - 8" unfastened slip joints at 25' intervals along straight runs of jacketing. Apply two 1/4" beads of non-hardening silicone grease onto the overlap section. Slip joints should also be applied between fitting clusters to allow for expansion and contraction.
|EXOD 225® - Technical Specifications & Results|
|Physical Properties||Typical Results||Test Method|
|Tensile Strength, psi||7,000||ASTM D 638|
|Tensile Modulus, psi||350,000||ASTM D 638|
|Flexural Strength, psi||13,000||ASTM D 790|
|Flexural Modulus, psi||380,000||ASTM D 790|
|Dart impact, in.-lb./mil @ 73°F||2.8|
|Hardness, Rockwell||115||ASTM D 785|
|°F @ 264 psi (EXOD® is not used under pressure)||197°F||ASTM D 648|
|°F @ 64 psi||211°F||ASTM D 648|
|Vicat Softening Point, °F (no pressure applied)||234°F||ASTM D 1525B|
|Coefficient of Expansion in./in/°C||6.80 x 10-5||ASTM D 696|
|Chemical Resistance – 80% Sulfuric Acid, 30 Days @ 73°F||BFG Method|
|Weight Change, %||0.5|
|Flexural Strength Change, %||1.7|
|ASTM Oil #3 – 30 Days @ Room Temperature|
|% Weight Change||+0.04%|
|% Change in Flexural Strength||1.23%|
|These properties represent typical average values in accordance with accepted test methods and are subject to normal manufacturing variations. They are supplied as a technical service and are subject to change without notice. Check with Proto Corporation’s office to ensure current information. Purchaser will be responsible to determine suitability of this product for the purchaser’s use. Proto Corporation liability will be limited to the purchase price of the material. No person is authorized to alter this without a Proto Corporation officer’s written approval.|
NOTED CAUTION AREAS FOR CPVC
CPVC is not recommended for use with most polar organic materials including various solvents (i.e., chlorinated or aromatic hydrocarbons, esters, or ketones).
Resistance of CPVC to certain other fluid mixtures such as fuel oils with moderate aromatic content cannot be determined on basis of immersion testing alone. Actual use data must be
There are a number of similarities in chemical resistance between PVC and CPVC materials. However, caution must be exercised when comparing the chemical resistance properties
of CPVC to those of PVC, which are not always the same.
The loss in tensile strength and weight change of CPVC samples immersed in ammonium hydroxide is significant enough to make CPVC suspect for use with ammonium hydroxide.
CPVC test samples exposed to surfactants and certain oils or grease have shown signs of environmental stress cracking. This situation can be greatly affected when in combination with
other chemical reagents and additional stress levels.
Prior testing is strongly recommended when required chemical service includes surfactants and oils or grease.
Current chemical resistances information is available from Proto Corporation’s office as reported by B.F. Goodrich for TempRite® CPVC, a material developed by B.F. Goodrich for extruded CPVC
pipe and injection molded pipe fittings. Proto EXOD 225® is a CPVC sheet formulated with B.F. Goodrich CPVC base resin. It is compounded with additives that allow it to be extruded into thin wide sheets for jacketing and thermoformed insulation fitting covers. EXOD 225® is similar, however it is not exactly the same as TempRite® CPVC.
Contact Proto Corporation’s headquarters for the latest chemical resistance and immersion testing data. Although EXOD 225® is not designed to be immersed into various liquids, Proto
Corporation recognizes that accidental leaks and spills may occur in areas where jacketing and fitting systems are present. Testing data is provided only as a guide and does not guarantee,
either written or implied, the performance of EXOD 225®. The end user should always determine the acceptability of E
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