Browse plastic PVC pipe at F.W. Webb. Our selection features different types of plastic pipe, including CPVC, DWV, and CTS. CPVC pipe is designed for chemical handling, hot water distribution, and commercial use; DWV plastic pipes are for drain, waste, and vent applications; CTS pipe is primarily for hot and cold domestic water distribution. We carry both gray and white PVC pipes; choose white PVC for plumbing applications and gray for use with electrical conduits. Made in various forms of plastic PVC, all of the pipes in our collection are durable, corrosion-resistant, and well-suited for plumbing and construction applications. Use our helpful filters to sort pipes by length, finish, end connection, schedule, and other variables. Explore plastic PVC pipe from trusted makers Georg Fischer and CTS CPVC Fittings to find the best match for your system.
The difference between white and gray PVC pipe is what they are used for; gray is designated for electrical conduit and white PVC pipe is for plumbing.
The difference between PVC and CPVC pipe is the temperature range each pipe can withstand. PVC handles temperatures up to 140° Fahrenheit and is available in nominal pipe sizes. CPVC can withstand temperatures up to 200° Fahrenheit, offers more flexibility, and is available in copper tube and nominal pipe sizing.