CPVC Piping Systems

FBC™ System Compatible Product Finder

The FBC™ System Compatible Program is the only known program of its kind designed to increase user confidence and help eliminate the guesswork about chemical compatibility. The Program is designed to test and monitor ancillary products on an ongoing basis to ensure chemical compatibility with FlowGuard®, BlazeMaster®, and Corzan® CPVC piping systems.

To find the products that are chemically compatible with FlowGuard, BlazeMaster®, and Corzan® piping systems, select either:

Category: to view products by product type (i.e., caulks, sealants, wraps). Once you select a category, you will be prompted for your geographic region. Not all products are available in all regions. 

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Manufacturer: to view product manufacturers in the FBC System Compatible Program.


The FBC™ System Compatible Program is a resource made available to manufacturers of ancillary products intended to be used with CPVC to help determine whether a product is chemically compatible with Lubrizol’s FlowGuard®, BlazeMaster®, and Corzan® CPVC piping systems. Other manufacturers and/or brands of CPVC piping have not been tested as part of the FBC™ System Compatible Program. The FBC™ System Compatible program is, therefore, only applicable to the chemical compatibility of ancillary products with the Lubrizol brands of FlowGuard, BlazeMaster, and Corzan CPVC piping systems. This distinction is made because every brand of CPVC piping is made with unique compounds, some of which may contain resins with different molecular weights and varying chlorine content. These characteristics directly impact the performance of the resulting product. Similarly, various CPVC products contain different performance additives. This too affects the performance characteristics of the ancillary product. For these reasons, Lubrizol has no responsibility for any failures occurring as a result of using products in the FBC System Compatible Program with CPVC products other than FlowGuard, BlazeMaster, and Corzan.

Last Updated: October 17, 2016
Supersedes: October 10, 2016

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