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Yes, it is combustible.


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PVC may be plasticised or unplasticised. and unplasticised is UPVC >

A uPVC pipe is a type of pipe that is known as unplasticized polyvinyl chloride. It is made with no plasticizers added.

Unplasticised PVC, usually called uPVC, is used to make pipes and window frames.

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uPVC actually stands for unplasticised polyvinyl chloride. uPVC is also commonly known as rigid PVC and it is called this because it is hard and does not flex. This material doesn't not contain any phthalates or BPA, so it is actually quite safe. uPVC is so stable and safe that it is actually used to make dental retainers and mouthguards!

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Some of the disadvantages of UPVC windows is that they tend to discolor. Some turn yellow, white or even pink. Bad weather can cause cracking, expanding or warping to your UPVC windows. It has been said that they are not as pretty on the eye.

Its CPVC, as it can handle higher temperature and have good corrosion resistance properties compare to UPVC.

If you are looking to install new UPVC windows in your home or office to give new look & style, you can definitely go with Green Home Solution is the leading UPVC windows manufacturer in Hyderabad, India.

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