What is the difference between PVC Type I and II?

PVC Type I is the most common type of PVC used. It has normal impact resistance and exceptional corrosion resistance.  PVC Type II has high impact strength and slightly lower corrosion resistance than the Type I. 
The PVC pipe, duct, sheet, rod, and shapes that we offer are all manufactured from PVC Type I.
Article Title:
What is the difference between PVC Type I and II?
Article Summary:
Differences between PVC Type I and II.
Article Date:
4/16/2008
Article ID:
820
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