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March 8, 2005 - Schedule 40 PVC Pipe is extruded in diameters of ¼â€“12 in., while Schedule 80 pipe ranges from ¼â€“6 in. dia. It is lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and installed using solvent-welding joining techniques. Available with variety of fittings and components, pipe is made from materials conforming to FDA standards and is compatible with standard PVC piping systems.

Harvel Extends Clear PVC Pipe Line in Schedule 40

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Harvel Plastics, Inc.
P.O. Box 757
Easton, PA, 18044 0757

Press release date: February 16, 2005

Easton, Pa.: Harvel Plastics, Inc. has extended its Harvel Clear Schedule 40 PVC pipe line to include 10" and 12" diameters.

Technological advancements have enabled Harvel to produce the industry’s first 10" and 12" Schedule 40 PVC pipe. Harvel Clear Pipe is now extruded in sizes 1/4" through 12" (Schedule 40), and in sizes 1/4" through 6" (Schedule 80). It is lightweight, corrosion resistant and easy to install, using simple solvent-welding joining techniques. Available with a wide variety of fittings and components, Harvel Clear Pipe is compatible with standard PVC piping systems. It is made exclusively from materials conforming to FDA standards, and it is extruded to Schedule 40 and 80 IPS dimensions.

For more information contact Harvel Plastics, Inc. P.O. Box 757, Easton, PA 18044-0757, phone: 610-252-7355, fax: 610-253-4436, website:, or e-mail:

Editoral and technical contacts:
Patrick M. Foose or Bill Weaver
Harvel Plastics, Inc.
P.O. Box 757
Easton, PA 18044-0757
610.252.7355 (tel)
610.253.4436 (fax)
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In this type of work the need to keep the clay medium from drying while working on a subject requires keeping it wet properly between class periods or letting the subject dry slowly enough so that stress joints do not crack. The use of saturated clothes or paper with water and covering with plastic wrap can be troublesome.
By placing a saturated cloth or a base containing water and placing a clear plastic tube with a cover on
one end and covering the subject with the tube the drying procedure can be controlled and observed.
I would like to experiment with this approach to see if this is a viable method in this art work process.
Is it possible to acquire a 12" id x 16" length of clear
plastic tube to experiment with.
Please advise. Thank you.

By Dan Shirley on Mar 11, 2013 12:39

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