About Chemline Plastics Limited
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Chemline Plastics Limited markets and distributes a complete range of valves, piping, flow meters and controls, all of solid plastic construction, for the industrial market. Applications include a wide variety of corrosive and high purity fluids as well as water. Materials of construction are PVC, CPVC, Polypropylene, PVDF ("Kynar") Teflon, ECTFE ("Halar") and FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic).
We were the first company in Canada to introduce and specialize in plastic valves and have remained the market leader since 1968. Our technical sales people are ready to assist you with your application or specification. A network of stocking distributors across Canada offers local service. A large central inventory is maintained in Thornhill.
Chemline's markets include: chemical plants, mining, municipal waste and water treatment, micro electronics, pharmaceutical, pulp and paper, process and environmental monitoring, steel and plating industry, industrial waste and water treatment, swimming pools and fountains, green houses and irrigation, fisheries and aquaculture.
Advantages of Solid Thermoplastic Valves & Controls
Light Weight - Chemline plastic valves are the soundest design choice for a plastic piping system. No special supporting is required. Installation and maintenance is fast and easy.
High Strength - All Chemline valves are of heavy-duty construction. Due to the plastics’ elasticity, high stresses will not develop when the valve bodies are strained.
High Product Purity - PVC and CPVC resins for Chemline valves meet requirements for toxicity as detailed in CSA Standard B137.0. The PP and PVDF compounds meet FDA requirements for contact with food.
High Corrosion Resistance - Inside and Out - Chemline valves will stand up to many aggressive chemical services where expensive alloy metals fail. They are designed to withstand corrosive atmosphere. A comprehensive CHEMICAL RESISTANCE GUIDE is available upon request.
No Lining Problems - Bodies and discs are solid plastic. There is no coating or lining which may peel, crack, perforate or abrade away.
Good Abrasion Resistance - Plastics have lower friction factors than metal and can better absorb the energy of impacting particles. Chemline valves outperform metal valves on abrasion.