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Harvel EnviroKingUV

Harvel Enviro King UV

Harvel® EnviroKing®UV has been developed as a clear UV resistant PVC piping that is suitable for exposure to sunlight. Unique UV blocking technology reduces harmful ultraviolet light wavelengths from penetrating the plastic while allowing beneficial wavelengths through.

These unique attributes provide a durable containment vessel that has been optimized to improve light transmission through the pipe without jeopardizing product integrity. This enables Harvel® EnviroKing®UV to provide a cost-effective solution for photobioreactor tubing used in the renewable energy industry and other outdoor applications.

Specifications include:

  • Manufactured to both ThinWall™ and standard
Schedule 40 dimensions
  • Joined utilizing simple solvent-welded joining techniques
  • Manufactured to IPS dimensions
  • Fully compatible with standard PVC pipe, fittings, and valves
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Non-conductive
  • Lightweight, easy to handle and install
  • Lower overall installed cost than glass, acrylic, or other transparent alternatives

Harvel Plastics, Inc.
300 Kuebler Road
Easton, PA 18040
p. 610-252-7355
Fax: 610-253-4436

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