Schedule 80 CPVC 45 Ell's
CPVC 45 degree elbows are used to create a more subtle bend than their 90 degree counterparts. Known for its relatively high maximum temperature rating of 200 degrees Fahrenheit, CPVC is slightly different from PVC in chemical makeup and physical properties. We carry schedule 80 CPVC 45 elbows in several top brands including Spears Manufacturing. Choose from female threaded ends or standard socket style ends.
Our slip/socket style 45 elbows are part number 9817. These fittings require CPVC solvent cement for installation. Our threaded 45’s are part number 9819, and they work in conjunction with a male threaded end. All our fittings and valves are NPT, so they are made to fit together.
Elbows are used to create a bend in a pipe line. Sometimes 45 degree elbows are used to create a more gradual bend than a 90 elbow. As the name implies, each end is situated at a 45 degree angle from the other. The result is a bend that is half as sharp as a 90 elbow would create. You can find CPVC fittings like this in industrial applications across the world. The thick walled schedule 80 CPVC makes for a high pressure and very resistant pipe material.