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Konkraft Enterprises are distributors of Jindal CPVC Pipes & its Fittings in Chennai, Tamilnadu, Kerala, Telengana, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh. Multi Layer Composite (MLC) pipes being produced with IS:15450 standards. Composite Pipes combine the advantages of metal and plastic pipes and eliminate the disadvantages of both materials at the same time.

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We offer a wide range of premium quality CPVC Pipe & Fittings. The CPVC Pipe & Fittings Hot and Cold Water Plumbing System is an attractive alternative to conventional plumbing system made of G.I. and copper pipes. Jindal Hot and Cold Water Plumbing system uses pipes and fittings made of technically advanced plastic material. These CPVC Pipe & Fittings are produced from a specialty blend of Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride (CPVC) material with unique physical properties desirable for Hot and Cold Water applications. We manufactyure the CPVC Pipe & Fittings in sizes 1/2" to 2" Copper Tube Size (CTS) dimensions, in accordance with ASTM D - 2846 specifications.

Our expertise in Plumbing Pipe helps produce highest quality CPVC Pipe & Fittings with latest technology and equipments for CPVC processing. As always, Jindal provides unmatched combination of Trust & Quality to its customers. Our CPVC Pipe & Fittings are dependable, cost - effective and long- lasting. These CPVC Pipe & Fittings are indeed, for the Next Generation.

Standards & Specifications:

ASTM D1784 :

Standard Specification for Rigid Poly (Vinyl Chloride) (PVC) Compounds and Chlorinated Poly (Vinyl Chloride) (CPVC) Compounds.

ASTM D2846 :

Specification for Chlorinated Poly (Vinyl Chloride) (CPVC) Plastic Hot & Cold water distribution systems

ASTM F493 :

Standard Specification for Solvent Cements for Chlorinated Poly (Vinyl Chloride) (CPVC) Plastic Pipe & Fittings.

Marking and Uniformity :Pipes and fittings made from CPVC Pipe & Fittings compounds shall be clearly marked with the manufacturers trademark, material designation, and applicable ASTM standard

SDR 11 Pipe : Tan coloured with red stripe

SDR 13.5 Pipe : Tan coloured with brown stripe

SDR 11 and 13.5 fittings :  Tan Colour


Jindal cPVC Pipes and its fittings

M/S. Konkraft Enterprises™ lists the following applications of Jindal MLC Pipes:

Applications of Jindal cpvc Pipes and fittings

The excellent qualities of CPVC Pipe & Fittings make them ideal for:
  • Hot and cold water distribution in residential, industrial and public projects
  • Carrying drinking water and food liquids
  • Water and waste water treatment systems
  • Transportation of chemical and hot corrosive fluids, which includes a wide variety of inorganic acids, bases used in chemical processing
  • Use in industries like metal finishing, plating and treatment, pulp and paper, air pollution control, mining, aerospace, textile, food and beverage processing, fine sprinkler piping and municipal projects
  • Use as high tension cable protection pipe for electric net improvement (Large dia. CPVC Pipe & Fittings)
  • Solar heating, central heating and radiant floor heating application
  • Installation and Maintenance of CPVC Pipe & Fittings

Advantages of Jindal cpvc Pipes and fittings

  • Corrosion Resistance: Jindal CPVC Pipe & Fittings gives excellent resistance even under the harshest of water conditions so there are none of the purity worries from corrosion of metal pipe or soldered joints. Jindal CPVC Pipe & Fittings keeps pure water pure.
  • Lower Bacterial Growth : Bacteria build up with CPVC Pipe & Fittings is far lower than with alternative piping materials - Copper, Steel and other thermoplastics.
  • Tough, Rigid Material : Jindal CPVC Pipe & Fittings has a much higher strength than other thermoplastics used in plumbing. This means that CPVC Pipe & Fittings needs less hangers and supports and there is no unsightly looping of the pipe. Jindal CPVC Pipe & Fittings has a higher pressure bearing capability. This leads to the same flow rate with a smaller pipe size.
  • No Scale, Pit or Leach Formation : Even after years of use in the most aggressive conditions, Jindal CPVC Pipe & Fittings won’t corrode, standing up to low pH water, coastal salt air exposures and corrosive soils. Jindal CPVC Pipe & Fittings stays as solid and reliable as the day it was installed. It maintains full water carrying capacity because its scale resistance means no build up to cause water pressure loss.
  • Unaffected by Chlorine in the Water : Some materials may be adversely affected by chlorine contained in the water supply, which can cause breakdown of the polymer chains and potential leaks. In this respect, Jindal CPVC Pipe & Fittings is unaffected by the chlorine present in potable water supply.
  • Chemical Resistance : CPVC Pipe & Fittings has excellent chemical resistance to strong mineral acids and bases.
  • Low Thermal Expansion :Jindal CPVC Pipe & Fittings has a lower coefficient of thermal expansion than alternative plastics, reducing the amount that the pipe expands when hot water is running, again reducing unsightly ‘looping’ of the pipe.
  • Easy, Cold-Welding Process : CPVC Pipe & Fittings uses a simple, solvent cement jointing method. Tools required are very simple and inexpensive (chamfering tool and pipe cutter only) and avoid the need for an electrical source.
  • Superior Insulation : Jindal CPVC pipe is more energy efficient than metal pipe. As an insulator it does not lose heat the way metal pipe do. Heat loss and thermal expansion are reduced.
  • Hot and Cold Water Compatible : Jindal CPVC Pipe & Fittings is compatible with both hot and cold water. It withstands very high temperature compared to any other thermoplastic plumbing systems. Many solar and electric water heaters have CPVC piping system for heat efficiency and lower installation cost
  • Fire safety : CPVC has a limiting Oxygen Index (LOI) of 60. Thus in air, Jindal CPVC Pipe & Fittings does not support combustion. No flaming drips, does not increase the fire load, low flame spread, low smoke generation.
  • Cost Effective : CPVC Plumbing System is very cost effective than any other plumbing systems. It saves cost on fittings, loops, anchors, offsets, insulation, labour and expensive tools. More over CPVC plumbing systems last longer more than 50 years.



Q. Where can I use CPVC?

Copper tube size (CTS) CPVC is designed for use in hot-and-cold-water distribution systems. CPVC systems are ideal for all potable water piping requirements in typical residential (single and multi-family), motel/hotel, mobile home, manufactured housing, light commercial, and institutional structures.

CPVC systems conforming to ASTM D2846 are rated for continuous service at 100 psi and 180 degrees F and are marked accordingly. The model codes recognize CPVC's capability to handle short-term pressure/temperature excursions beyond these levels. Therefore, CPVC is well suited for usage as T/P relief valve discharge lines, evidenced by its faultless service history over the past two decades in this application.

Iron pipe size (IPS) Schedule 40 and Schedule 80 are used for a wide variety of industrial applications.

Q. What about CPVC's cost relative to other materials?

CPVC is a very cost-effective system. The basic molecular building blocks of the CPVC molecule are chlorine, derived from salt, and ethylene, which comes from oil or natural gas. Because 2/3 of the CPVC molecule is derived from common salt, less energy content goes into making one foot of CPVC pipe than any alternative material. The price of CPVC should remain more stable than other materials in the future.

Q. What is the expected performance of a CPVC water distribution system?

CPVC piping systems have been installed and operated since 1959, and initial installations are still performing faultlessly. CPVC piping will not fail prematurely due to corrosion, electrolysis, or scale build-up in areas where water, soil, and/or atmospheric conditions are aggressive.

Q. What about product availability?

CPVC pipe and fittings are available in 1/2 through 2 inch CTS (Copper Tube Size O.D.). A full range of fittings exists in all sizes. Specialty components including transition connections and chromed supply stops with CPVC solvent weld inserts have been introduced recently. Additional complementary components will naturally evolve (i.e. shower mixing valves and gate valve adapters). In applications calling for larger lines, CPVC is available in IPS sizes (sch. 40 and 80) up to 12" diameter. Transitions from CTS to IPS products can be accomplished in several easy ways.

Q. Will CPVC save me money?

Yes. CPVC can be installed at least 25% more quickly than copper or iron systems. Financial savings are also realized with regard to lower tool costs and insurance advantages. Considering the frequent rise and fall of the copper price structure, CPVC offers a continuing material cost advantage, often as much as a full 30% savings.

Q. Will a CPVC system offer a financial advantage to Owners in terms of utilities expense?

Yes. The thermal conductivity of a copper system is 2500 times that of a CPVC system. The improved insulating characteristics associated with CPVC can generate substantial long-term savings for an energy conscious home-owner or tenant. CPVC will keep hot water hot for a much longer period of time than copper tubing.

Q. How should I size the lines in a CPVC system?

A CTS CPVC system will use the same size pipe that a copper system would, providing a full bore flow system. In general an IPS CPVC system will use the same size pipe as an iron system.

Q. What is the thermal expansion rate for CPVC, and how can I best allow for expansion and contraction when installing?

CPVC piping will expand about 4 inches per 100 feet with a 100 degree F temperature change. The fact that CPVC has higher thermal expansion than metals has led to some concern. However, laboratory testing and installation experience have demonstrated that the problems are much smaller than the coefficient of thermal expansion would suggest. The stresses developed in CPVC pipe are generally much smaller than those developed in metal pipe for equal temperature changes because of the difference in elastic modulus.

Q. Should special considerations be taken to connect CPVC to a hot water heater?

In some instances, yes. However, these considerations are based on concerns regarding external sources of heat. The hot water from the heater will not affect the CPVC. When connecting to a gas water hear, CPVC should not be located within 6" of the heater's flue, if the flue has no insulation. A metal nipple or flexible appliance connector should be used. This measure eliminates the potential for damage to plastic piping that might result from excessive radiant heat from the flue. If the flue is insulated, the instructions of the flue manufacturer should be followed.

Q. How can I use CPVC if I run under slab?

When using CPVC with joints under slab, YOU MUST PRESSURE TEST THE SYSTEM BEFORE POURING THE SLAB. Also, it is wise to use 1" foam insulation pipe sleeve at changes in direction, where the pipe comes out of the slab, and at construction joints. The pipe should be evenly supported in smooth bottom trenches. The backfill should be free of rocks and debris.

The purpose of the foam insulation is to :

• Provide for a degree of movement at changes in direction due to thermal expansion

• Protect the tubing from shear forces due to minor shifts in the slab at construction joints.

• Provide some protection from abuse during the construction phase for the pipe where it emerges from the slab. Longer lengths of pipe (rolled pipe) is also available for under slab installation. Follow the instructions of the manufacturer

Q. What method should I use to thaw a CPVC line?

If the frozen section of pipe is accessible, wrap it with a cloth saturated with hot water. Keep the cloth hot by redipping in hot water as necessary. Be careful not to burn your hands. A second technique that is quite successful is to blow heated air directly on the area where the freeze occurred using a low wattage heater/blower such as a hair dryer. Obviously, prevention is the best way to address frozen pipe problems.

Q. Must I use plastic insulators wherever CPVC passes through a stud?

Technically, no such provision need be made when passing through wood studs. When passing through metal studs, some form of protection must be used to protect the pipe from abrasion and to prevent noise. This protection may come from plastic insulators, rubber grommets, pipe insulation, or similar devices.

Q. Should I use metal nipples on a CPVC system when I come through the sheetrock?

In areas where there is a likelihood that stresses or impact abuse will occur, a metal nipple is recommended. Such applications as tub fillers, showerheads, and outside sillcocks are examples. However, CPVC stub-outs for closets, lavatories, and sinks are appropriate.

Q. Should I use pipe dope, Teflon® tape, or Teflon® paste with CPVC threaded adapters?

Teflon® tape is always safe and effective with CPVC. If you wish to use a paste or pipe dope, always check with the manufacturer for a recommendation because some pastes or dopes contain solvents that may be incompatible with CPVC.

Q. Should specific types of primers and solvent cements be used on a CPVC system? Are specific colors required?

CPVC solvent cement should always be for CPVC piping and manufactured to meet the requirements of ATM F 493. Purple primer manufactured for PVC pipe is acceptable. Faster flashing CPVC primer is available, and is recommended for cold weather installations. Orange CPVC solvent cement and purple primer are specifically required by certain code bodies to facilitate identification by plumbing inspectors. Unpigmented CPVC solvent cement and primers are available and are acceptable in various jurisdictions. Clear cement/primer provides neater finished appearance. One-step cements are now available and are fully satisfactory if the manufacturer's instructions are carefully followed. Your local plumbing inspector can provide a final answer to this question.

Q. How long can CPVC systems be exposed to sunlight?

CPVC can easily withstand the ultraviolet exposure commonly experienced during the construction phase of a project, provided on-site inventories are turned regularly as would be anticipated. If CPVC is used in aboveground, outdoor applications, protection from ultraviolet attack can be achieved by shielding or by painting the system with an exterior-grade latex paint.

Q. What are the preferred methods of cutting CPVC pipe?

A benefit of CPVC pipe is that numerous, inexpensive choices of cutting tools are available to the installer. CPVC piping has for years been cut by fine-tooth saws. The preferred method is the circular tubing cutter, modified with a plastic cutting blade. This cutter assures a square, clean cut each time and is extermely efficient in terms of labor.

An alternative method is the ratchet cutter. Although this option is quick and easy, the pressure created while cutting the pipe could cause cracking of the pipe wall. This problem is of prime concern during cooler weather (50 degrees F or lower). For this reason, ratchet cutters should be considered only during the summer months. Keep the cutting edges of the cutter sharpened. Several power tools have been used on major job sites where larger diameter pipe is being installed. Circular saws and portable grinders with abrasive cutting discs are two of the numerous methods being employed by contractors.

Q. I have been told that CPVC pipe can split during installation. Why would this occur? How can these cracks be prevented?

Most cracks are initiated by rough handling. This handling can occur during shipment, while being inventoried at the wholesaler, or while on the job site. Also, fine cracks can be caused by cutting the pipe with dull or damaged ratchet cutters, or by using ratchet cutters in lower temperatures. The vast majority of cracks occur during colder weather months. When ambient temperatures are below 50 degrees F, CPVC should be handled more carefully.

To reduce problems resulting from cracked product, several measures can be initiated:

• Educate your installers. Make them aware of the potential problem and instruct them to handle CPVC in an appropriate way.

• Use a saw or a circular tubing cutter with a plastic cutting blade (Rigid #151P or similar) to cut pipe to length

• Inspect pipe ends thoroughly prior to making a joint. Should a crack be evident, cut off any split portion before proceeding.

• During cold weather, gripping the tubing tightly around the area to be cut for about 10 seconds prior to making the cut will warm the tubing and reduce possible problems

Q. Are there insurance advantages associated with CPVC systems?

Yes, most definitely. Insurance cost reductions result from several factors:

• Absence of the torch during construction.

• Significant reduction in injuries, particularly burns, can translate to reduced workmen's compensation costs.

• Reduced job site theft loss.

Q. Is CPVC a factor in reducing noise associated with the movement of water?

Yes, CPVC is extremely quiet due to the polymeric structure of the product. CPVC systems are virtually silent. Also, noise associated with water hammer is all but eliminated.

Q. Are there other benefits associated with the polymeric makeup of CPVC systems?

Yes. Due to the CPVC polymeric structure, costly condensation concerns are eliminated, further reducing the long-term problems that one expects with a metal installation. Also, CPVC offers a potable water distribution system that eliminates the metallic taste and potential health hazards associated with metal systems.

Q. What about health, safety, and fire toxicity issues?

Metal piping interests have initiated many attacks on plastic systems, under the guise of health and safety issues. Tests performed at respected universities and independent laboratories confirm that CPVC is superior to copper/lead solder systems in terms of water quality effects and is "no more toxic than wood" in a fire.

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Head Office

M/S. Konkraft Enterprises™
133 MIG NH1,
Vallal Nalliyakodan St,
Maraimalai Nagar
Kancheepuram Dst – 603209.
Sales  +91 72002 28883, +91 81483 99165

Email: info@konkraft.in

The Gallerium
No: B-28, 1st Floor
Puliyakulam Main Road
Opp. Carmel Garden School
Coimbatore - 641 045

King Traders
Mr. Gobi Chandru

KVP Infrastructures:

NO-29, Behind E.B. Office, Kalanivasal New Street,
Karaikudi - 630 002.

Contact Person

Mr.Marx Ramachandran

Contact Person



Asha Enterprises
No. 43, Raghavan Street,
Perambur, Chennai – 600 011.
Contact: C. Nishath

South Chennai

Arul Raja Energy Management Consultant
No. 84, Thiyagaraja Nagar, Venkatamangalam,
Ponmar, Chennai – 600 127.
Contact: Mathan Raja


SKL Infrastructure Pvt Ltd
No. 3, Thiruveedhi Amman Koil Street,
Koyambedu, Chennai – 600 107.
Contact: Geno

Anna Nagar

SKL Infrastructure Pvt Ltd
W-54, IIIrd main road,
Anna Nagar, Chennai – 600 040.
Contact: Gasper