Sanitary 45 Degree welded elbow
Sanitary45 Degree welded elbow
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. LOGO print machine, our goods can print customer LOGO
4.Finished Goods warehouse
6. Packing shop
Our MOQ is 1pcs, we can shipment by UPS, DHL, TNT, FEDEX
Shipment: by air, by sea
Professional technology, advanced production equipment, high-quality staff, is the basis of pure product quality.
Shortcut and perfect after-services is provided to ensure the products and system which are supplied by us in the better working condition
The material with which a pipe is manufactured is often the basis for choosing a pipe. Materials used for manufacturing pipes include:
Impact-tested carbon steel (ITCS)
Low-temperature carbon steel (LTCS)
Stainless steel (SS)
Chrome-molybdenum (alloy) steel — Generally used for high-temperature service
The bodies of fittings for pipe and tubing are most often the same base material as the pipe or tubing connected: copper, steel, PVC, chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) or ABS. Any material permitted by the plumbing, health, or building code (as applicable) may be used, but it must be compatible with the other materials in the system, the fluids being transported and the temperature and pressure inside (and outside) the system. Brass or bronze fittings are common in copper piping and plumbing systems. Fire hazards, earthquakeresistance and other factors also influence the choice of fitting materials.
Gaskets are mechanical seals, usually ring-shaped, which seal flange joints. Gaskets vary by construction, materials and features. Commonly used gaskets are non-metallic (ASME B 16.21), spiral-wound (ASME B 16.20) and ring-joint (ASME B 16.20). Non-metallic gaskets are used with flat- or raised-face flanges. Spiral-wound gaskets are used with raised-face flanges, and ring-joint gaskets are used with ring-type joint (RTJ) flanges. Stress develops between an RTJ gasket and the flange groove when the gasket is bolted to a flange, leading to plastic deformation of the gasket.