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A pipe elbow is a component used to change the direction of the flow of a liquid or gas in a pipe. It is designed to allow the flow of liquid or gas to change direction by less than 90 degrees. The shape of the elbow is usually curved and can be available in various angles of curvature such as 90 degrees, 45 degrees and others, depending on the specific requirements of the piping system.



The main functions of a pipe elbow include:

Flow direction change: An elbow allows a liquid or gas passing through a pipe to change direction without requiring a sharp bend or bend in the pipe. This is useful for draining or diverting flow in places where space or other factors are limited.

Flow Optimization: The use of an elbow can help optimize the flow of a liquid or gas in a pipeline, which is important for the efficient operation of the pipeline system.

Friction Reduction: An elbow can help minimize friction or drag when moving a liquid or gas in a pipe.

Pipeline protection: The elbow can serve to protect the pipe from damage or deformation due to sudden changes in flow direction.

Elbows are manufactured from a variety of materials, including metals, plastics and others, and are available in a variety of sizes and specifications to suit the particular needs of the piping system. The bend angle of the elbow depends on the specific application and location in the piping system.

Elbows are commonly used in a variety of industries, including construction, water management, industry, heating and cooling, and other applications where it is necessary to change the direction of the flow of a liquid or gas in a pipeline.


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