A carbon steel elbow is a type of pipe fitting used in piping systems to change the direction of the fluid flow. It is made from carbon steel, which is an alloy of iron and carbon, typically containing small amounts of other elements such as manganese, silicon, and copper.
Carbon steel elbows are known for their strength and durability, making them suitable for applications in various industries, including oil and gas, petrochemical, power generation, and water treatment. They are used where high-pressure and high-temperature conditions are present.
|carbon steel pipe fittings elbow can be produced according to the standard
GB/T12459 GB/T13401 ASME B16.9 SH3408 SH3409 HG/T21635 HG/T21631 SY/T05010 ASME B16.9 ASME B16.28 ASME B16.11 DIN2605 DIN2617 DIN2516 JISB2311
|carbon steel pipe fitting elbow of material as following :
|pipe fitting Size||1/2"~48"|
|pipe fitting Type||Forged ( carbon steel pipe fitting elbow )|
|Packing Details||Wooden Box,|
|Delivery time||Within 20-30 days after received down payment. 5 days for stock items|
|Payment Terms||L/C T/T|
|Shipment Terms||FOB CFR CIF|
Carbon steel elbows are available in different sizes, ranging from small diameters to large ones, and they come in various angles, such as 45 degrees, 90 degrees, and 180 degrees, to accommodate different piping configurations. The angle of the elbow determines the direction of the fluid flow after the change in direction.
Carbon steel elbows can be manufactured through different processes, including hot forming and cold forming. Hot-formed elbows are created by heating the carbon steel material and then bending it to the desired angle. Cold-formed elbows are produced by bending the steel at room temperature using specialized equipment.
It is important to consider factors such as pressure rating, temperature range, and the specific requirements of the application when selecting a carbon steel elbow. Additionally, proper installation and maintenance are crucial to ensure the longevity and efficiency of the piping system.