Sanitary clamped cross
Sanitary clamped cross
Clamp / weld / thread/ weld thread
Dairy ,food, beverage, pharmacy, cosmetic, Chemical, etc
6) Availably Standard
7) Inner /Outer surface
Ra 0.8um-0.5um 320/240 grit polishing
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We can provide free samples, and, we have report for each samples, you can check our quality very well before place officialorder.
Why choose us?
1.We are manufacture for 10 years. Our company built in 2007, develop very fast during 10 years
2.Oraingal matrail casting .
3.We have the most sophisticated modern production equipment ,with high-end market can fully meet the current demand for production equipment CNC machine
4.Finished Goods warehouse
6. Packing shop
Professional technology ,advanced production equipment , high-quality staff, is the basis of pure product quality.
Before buying the equipment, our professional engineers will make a detailed technical exchange will make a detailed technical exchange, supplying many kinds of solution according to client's requires
Contact with the matrail body for non-destructive testing
According to customer requirement or internal norms required
Body material compostion
Detection of ferrite content
An elbow is installed between two lengths of pipe (or tubing) to allow a change of direction, usually a 90° or 45° angle; 22.5° elbows are also available. The ends may be machined for butt welding, threaded (usually female), or socketed. When the ends differ in size, it is known as a reducing (or reducer) elbow.
A 90º elbow, also known as a "90 bend", "90 ell" or "quarter bend", attaches readily to plastic, copper, cast iron, steel, and lead, and is attached to rubber with stainless-steel clamps. Other available materials include silicone, rubber compounds, galvanized steel, and nylon. It is primarily used to connect hoses to valves, water pumps and deck drains. A 45º elbow, also known as a "45 bend" or "45 ell", is commonly used in water-supply facilities, food, chemical and electronic industrial pipeline networks, air-conditioning pipelines, agriculture and garden production, and solar-energy facility piping.
Elbows are also categorized by length. The radius of curvature of a long-radius (LR) elbow is 1.5 times the pipe diameter, but a short-radius (SR) elbow has a radius equal to the pipe diameter. Short elbows, widely available, are typically used in pressurized systems, and in physically tight locations.
Long elbows are used in low-pressure gravity-fed systems and other applications where low turbulence and minimum deposition of entrained solids are of concern. They are available in acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS plastic), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC), and copper, and are used in DWV systems, sewage, and central vacuum systems.