MARK CPVC Elbow 90° (Plain solvent joint) Sch-80 ASTM Quality Standard. Plumbers use this to bend line & connect Two sections of Pipe.
What is MARK CPVC Elbow 90°?
A CPVC elbow is a type of plumbing fitting that We use to change the direction of a CPVC (chlorinated polyvinyl chloride) pipe in a plumbing system.
What Material is used in CPVC Elbow?
People know CPVC is a thermoplastic material for its ability to withstand higher temperatures and pressures compared to regular PVC.
Builders and Architects in Karachi use CPVC commonly in both residential and commercial (High Rise Buildings) plumbing applications.
Here are some key points about CPVC elbows:
Manufacturer make chlorinate in PVC Resin (raw material) to enhance its heat resistance so that cpvc become suitable for carrying HOT water. Elbows make specifically for use with CPVC pipes.
The CPVC elbow has a 90-degree bend, allowing it to change the direction of the pipe in a right angle.
It is available in different sizes in MARK Brand 1/2″ to 2″.
Plumbers use the Elbows in variety of places where changes in pipe direction occurs.
Plumbers Commonly use this for hot and cold water distribution systems, residential plumbing, and industrial settings.
CPVC elbows are typically solvent-welded to CPVC pipes. Solvent welding involves using a CPVC-compatible solvent cement to create a strong and leak-resistant joint.
CPVC elbows come in various sizes to accommodate different CPVC pipe diameters. Common sizes include 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch, 1 inch, and larger like 1.25″ 1.5″ and 2″.