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Video : How to choose between PVC and ABS Pipe (4 mins)
ABS pipe systems tend to be chosen over PVC in applications where low operating temperatures are expected, where there is a risk of pipe shatter (such as compressed gasses or impact) or where the chemical compatibility of PVC is unsuited. ABS is quite a ductile material which means that it is less brittle at lower temperatures than PVC. ABS provides excellent resistance to impact damage at temperatures from as low as -40°C and up to 70°C.