Steel pipe tee has three branches that can change fluid direction. It has T-shaped or Y-shaped, and include Equal Tee and Reducing Tee (Reducer Tee). Steel tee is widely used in pipe networks for convey liquids and gases.
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Concentric reducer consists of the symmetrical and conical shaped fittings that enlarge or reduce the diameter equally about the center line.
Concentric reducer is used to join pipe sections or tube sections on the same axis. It is cone-shaped, and is used when there is a shift in diameter between pipes. A pipe reducer is available in various specifications, such as a single diameter change and also in a multiple diameter change.
90 degree steel pipe elbow functioned to change fluid direction by 90 degree, so also named as vertical elbow. A 90 degree elbow attaches readily to plastic, copper, cast iron, steel and lead. It can also attach to rubber with stainless steel clamps. Available in many materials like silicon, rubber compounds, galvanized steel etc.
Steel pipe bend two pipes into a certain angle and connects them together to change the direction of the pipe. it could be bend directly from a finished pipe with cold bending processes, to different degrees.
45 ° elbow is also called “45 elbow or 45 ell”, and its bending mode can change the flow direction of fluid / gas in the pipeline by 45 °. The function of a 45 Degree Long Radius Elbow is same as 90 degrees long and short elbow, but the measurement and dimensions are different to that of a 90 degree long and the short elbow.
What is Galvanizing?
Galvanizing, or galvanization, is a manufacturing process where a coating of zinc is applied to steel or iron to offer protection and prevent rusting. There are several galvanizing processes available, but the most commonly offered and used method is called hot-dip galvanizing.
A 90 degree elbow attaches readily to plastic, copper, cast iron, steel and lead. It can also attach to rubber with stainless steel clamps. Available in many materials like silicon, rubber compounds, galvanized steel etc.
Elbow is a fitting device which is bent in such a way to produce 90 degree change in the direction of flow of the content in the pipe.
90 degree elbow, also called “90 bends or 90 elbows”, are manufactured as SR (Short Radius) elbows and LR (Long Radius) elbows.
BW Elbow Fittings can also attach to rubber with stainless steel clamps. Available in many materials like silicon, rubber compounds, galvanized steel etc,
LR 90 degree steel pipe elbow are installed between different lengths pipe or tubing, It helps to change direction at 90 degree.
An elbow is a pipe fitting installed between two lengths of pipe or tubing to allow a change of direction, usually a 180° or 90° angle, though 45° elbows are also made. The ends may be machined for butt welding (SW) or socketed welding(SW) etc.
Long Radius (LR) Elbow is also called LR elbow – means the radius is 1.5 times the pipe diameter
L/R 45°Elbow: Long radius 45 degree elbow changes the direction by 45 degrees.
L/R 90°Elbow: Long radius 90 degree elbow changes the direction by 90 degrees.
L/R 180°Elbow: Long Radius 180 degree return bend allows complete reversal of flow.
Steel pipe elbow is an important parts in plumbing pipeline systems and used to change the fluid directions. It ranges in different types as per body material there are stainless steel elbow, carbon steel elbow, and alloy steel;
ASTM A234 WPB is a common grade for 90 degree long radius elbow, which is one of the highly demanded. They available in a large size and thickness range. They have a good performance and suffices most industrial pipeline needs.
Steel pipe elbow is a key part in a pressure piping system used to change the fluid flow direction. It is used to connect two pipes with same or different nominal diameters, and to make the pipe and thus the fluid direction turn to a certain direction of 45 degree or 90 degree. This change in fluid flow direction adds pressure losses to the system due to impact, friction and re-acceleration.
According to fluid flow direction of the pipes, elbows can be divided into different degrees, such as 45 degree, 90 degree, 180 degree, which are most common elbows. Also there are 60 degree and 120 degree elbows for some special pipelines. This degree is just an representation of the angle by which the fluid flow is going to change after flowing through the said elbow.
Elbows are split into two groups which define the distance over which the flowing fluid change direction; the center line of one end to the opposite face. This is known as the “Center to Face” distance and is equivalent to the radius through which the elbow is bent.
If the radius is the same as pipe diameter (Center-to-Face dimension of 1.0 X diameter ), it called Short Radius Elbow (SR elbow) used normally for low pressure and low speed pipelines or in tight areas where clearance is the main issue. If the radius is larger than pipe diameter (Center-to-Face dimension of 1.5 X diameter) then we call it a Long Radius Elbow (LR Elbow) used for high pressure and high flow rate pipelines.