Welcome to Cew Sin

Cew Sin Plastic Pipe Sdn Bhd (Cew Sin) was incorporated on 27th June 1992 to venture in the business of manufacturing and distribution of limited range of UPVC pipes

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Information on product brochures, data sheets and ISO / SIRIM certificates.


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Career @ Cew Sin

Looking for a good long term career opportunity or think you have the skill to contribute to our industry?

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Continuous Research & Development

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With our state-of-art laboratory facilities for Research & Development on product quality, all our products are tested explicitly to ensure of their quality. Fine raw materials & compounds are tested in terms of temperature, pressure and and energy input while production test such as impact and tensile stringent inspections are conducted on pire samples. All these are to ensure the best quality of products are delivered to our clients.

Learning & Resource Centre

rect_img_greenPipe Joining

Solvent weld or solvent welding is a way of joining two pieces of plastic waste pipes using a glue which is called solvent weld cement. The cement is liberally applied to both parts of the connection and the solvent literally welds the parts together. It is recommended to use CS Solvent Cement for all types of CS solvent joining for better results.

rect_img_blueProduct Code Guide

All PVC-U pipes manufactured by Cew Sin is quality assured at production to prevent marking or damage. Pipe is clearly labelled external of packaging with code, size and pressure rating. Read more about Cew Sin pipes code structure here.

rect_img_redPipe Marking

Cew Sin's plastic pipe standards are instrumental in specifying, testing, and evaluating the physical, mechanical, design, and installation requirements for all our products. Such products are intended for use in high pressure storage vessels, water distribution systems, waste drainage and sewerage systems, agricultural drainage and septic tank leach fields, and existing sewer and conduit rehabilitation. These plastic pipe standards help product manufacturers, industrial processing plants, plumbing companies, and other users and producers of these products to ensure proper and safe fabrication, assessment, installation, and utilization.