RnW Pacific BI and GI Long Radius Elbow 90° - RNW Pacific Pipes Corp.
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RNW PACIFIC BI AND GI LONG RADIUS ELBOW 90°

The function of a 90° elbow is to change the direction or flow in a piping system. Elbows are split into three groups which define the distance over which they change direction, expresses as a function of the distance from 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.

TECHNICAL DATA
Conforms to ASME/ANSI B.16.9 and ASTM A-234
Schedule 40
Mechanical Properties
Tensile Strength : 60 – 95 ksi (415 – 655 MPa)
Yield Strength(min) : ≥35 ksi (240 MPa)
Elongation : 22%-30%
Dimension Tolerance
Wall Thickness : ∓12.50%
Offset : ∓0.02%
ASTM A234
Standard Specification for Piping Fittings os Wrought Carbon Steel and Alloy Steel for Moderate and High Temperature Service.
Also available as galvanized (zinc coating ≥ 1.8 oz/ft2)