PVC is a wholly diverse material, used for a massive range of applications that span several industries. When it comes to plumbing and waterworks it is often the preferred material, which makes for little surprise that it is an ideal solution for borehole casing pipes. Any effective water pump design should account for protective measures, things that limit the ravages of weathering, corrosion, and age; things that keep the pump running efficiently for longer. PVC is able to provide this kind of protection at a fraction of the cost of other materials. Here are some of the top benefits offered by PVC, when used for borehole casing pipes.
Borehole pumps are particularly susceptible to both rust and corrosion since they are made up of metallic parts, and then throw a little water and electricity into the mixture, and in such cases, rust should be less of a concern than galvanic corrosion, which can reduce an appliance to a husk of its structure in no time at all. PVC piping, being made from a versatile material, is completely corrosive resistant, making it ideal for borehole pumps which provide the exact kind of environment where galvanic corrosion thrives.
Durable and Long Lasting
PVC piping ages well, which is why it is commonly found in homes and buildings all over the world. Borehole pumps operate constantly and often under grueling circumstances that may induce weathering and wear-and-tear over time. PVC is remarkably resistant to these types of damage, and as such are ideal for protective borehole casing pipes.
Simple to Install
PVC is a fairly simple material to work with, and requires few, if any, specialized tools to manipulate and fit it. This makes PVC casing fairly simple to install and to maintain when the need arises.