HDPE Socket 45° Elbow

HDPE 45° Elbow in socket fittings is often used to change the flow direction of pipes, turning them at a 45 degree angle. It is a pipe connector that connects two pipes together at a 45-degree angle, allowing fluid to flow smoothly around corners. Its socket connection makes installation and maintenance easier.

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  • Good plasticity
    HDPE 45° Elbow has good plasticity and can be adjusted in shape and size as needed. This makes it suitable for a variety of piping layouts and designs.
  • Lightweight and high strength
    HDPE 45° Elbow is relatively light but offers excellent strength and stiffness. It has high tensile strength and impact resistance, and can withstand certain pressure and load.
  • Frost resistance
    HDPE 45° Elbow has excellent frost resistance. Even in low-temperature environments, it retains its strength and durability and is not easily cracked or affected by freezing. This makes it suitable for piping Systems in cold regions.
  • Easy to install
    The socket connection method of HDPE 45° Elbow makes installation easier and faster. Simply insert the pipe into the ELBOW's port and secure via socket connection or welding, no other special tools or materials required.
  • Wide range of application scenarios
    Adaptable to a wide range of size and material requirements, providing reliable connections and good sealing performance. It plays an important role in the pipeline system and meets the needs of different application scenarios.

Application Scope

Industrial piping system
Construction engineering field
Drainage system
Automotive field
Medical and scientific research fields


What is the difference in spatial layout between HDPE 45° Elbow and HDPE 45° Elbow?

Due to the different bending angles, there are differences in the spatial layout of the piping system between HDPE 45° Elbow and HDPE 45° Elbow. HDPE 45° Elbow can be arranged more compactly in piping systems and is suitable for situations where space is limited or a smaller turning radius is required. The HDPE 45° Elbow has a larger turning radius and requires more space for installation and layout.

Which one causes greater pressure loss, HDPE 45° Elbow or HDPE 45° Elbow?

The bending angle of HDPE 45° Elbow is relatively small, and the fluid will produce less resistance and pressure loss when turning, while the bending angle of HDPE 45° Elbow is larger, which will produce greater resistance and pressure loss.

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