A pipe elbow is a pipe fitting used in plumbingsystems to connect
two pipes of the same or different nominal diameter. It is bent at
an angle to allow straight pipes to be joined at an angle, thereby
realizing a change of direction. Of all pipe fittings, pipe elbow
is the most widely used one, which is used in a variety of
applications in industries such as electrical power, marine,
heating, papermaking, metallurgy, petrochemical, chemical, oil and
gas, and more.
Our pipe elbow is made from a variety of materials, such as alloy
steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, etc., and the materials used
depend on the function of the piping unit.
The following are some specific information on our pipe elbow.
Seamless elbow: 1/2"~24" DN15~DN600 Butt weld elbow: 4"~78"
sch10, sch20, sch30, std, sch40, sch60, xs, sch80, sch100,
sch120, sch140, sch160, xxs, sch5s, sch20s, sch40s, sch80s
Max. wall thickness: 200mm
ASTM, ASME, JIS, SGP, DIN, BS,GOST, EN
Technical Specification of Pipe Elbow
Carbon steel: ASTM/ASME A234 WPB, WPC
Alloy: ASTM/ASME A234, WP 11-WP 22
Stainless steel: ASTM/ASME A403 WP 304-304L
ASTM/ASME A403 WP 316-316L
ASTM/ASME A403 WP 321
Low temperature steel: ASTM/ASME A402 WPL 3-WPL 6
High performance steel: ASTM/ASME A860 WPHY 42-46-52-60-65-70
Our pipe elbow is packed in fumigation-free wooden case or on