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Established in 1999, welday has become export China ELBOW P x EXP.PEX Manufacturers and OEM ELBOW P x EXP.PEX factory. The primary products in Lead Free series include Polyphenysulfone(PPSU)PEX Fittings, Lead Free Brass PEX Fittings, Lead Free Brass Push Fit Fittings, F 1960 Polyphenysulfone(PPSU) Fittings, F 1960 Lead Free Brass Fittings, and other PEX Pipe Accessories.
Welday has been doing every effort to expand its manufacturing capacity and to improve its product quality, and up till now, Welday has its own new plant in Cixi, near Ningbo with more highly trained employees, Welday is continuously dedicated to customer's satisfaction for which we remain on striving for excellence.
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There are several types of elbows that are commonly used in water pipes. The most common types are:
90-degree elbow: This is the most common type of elbow and is used to make a sharp turn in the water pipe at a 90-degree angle. It is available in various sizes and materials, such as PVC, copper, and brass.
45-degree elbow: This type of elbow is used to make a slightly less sharp turn in the water pipe at a 45-degree angle. It is often used in situations where a 90-degree elbow would be too abrupt and cause excessive pressure loss.
Street elbow: This type of elbow has one male threaded end and one female threaded end, and is used to connect two pipes of different genders. It is available in both 45-degree and 90-degree angles.
Sweeping elbow: This type of elbow has a longer radius than a standard elbow, which allows water to flow more smoothly and with less pressure loss around corners. It is often used in situations where a standard elbow would cause excessive turbulence and pressure loss.
Flanged elbow: This type of elbow is used in situations where the pipe needs to be bolted to a flange for added support. It is available in both 45-degree and 90-degree angles, and is typically made of steel or iron.
Elbows for water pipes have the following characteristics:
Shape: Elbows are typically curved or angled sections of pipe that change the direction of the flow of water.
Material: Elbows for water pipes are usually made of the same material as the rest of the pipe, such as copper, PVC, or steel.
Size: The size of the elbow should match the size of the pipe it is attached to, in order to ensure smooth water flow.
Angle: Elbows come in a variety of angles, including 45-degree and 90-degree angles, which determine the direction of the water flow.
Connection: Elbows can be connected to pipes using various methods, such as welding, soldering, or threading.
Durability: Elbows for water pipes should be durable and resistant to corrosion and wear over time, to prevent leaks and ensure the longevity of the water system.
Compatibility: Elbows should be compatible with the type of water system they are being used in, such as residential or commercial plumbing, and should meet relevant safety and regulatory standards.

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