PVC Schedule 40 Value Pipe Physical Properties*
|Tensile strength (73°F) minimum
|Modulus of elasticity in tension (73°F) minimum
|Flexural strength (73°F)
|Izod impact (notched at 73°F) minimum
|Hardness (Durometer D)
|Hardness (Rockwell R)
|Compressive strength (73°F)
|| D 695|
|Hydrostatic design stress
|Coefficient of linear expansion
||3.0 X 10-5
|Heat distortion temperature at 264 psi minimum
|Coefficient of thermal conductivity
|Water absorption(24 hr at 73°F)
||% weight gain
|Cell classification – Pipe
*Above data is based upon information provided by the raw material manufacturers. It should be used only as a recommendation and not as a guarantee of performance.
**Underwriters Laboratory standard
Title: PVC Schedule 40 Value Pipe Physical Properties
Description: Physical, Mechanical, Electrical and Thermal Typical Properties.
Last Edited: 12/30/2022
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