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4 Inch PVC Sewer & Drain 45 Degree Street Elbow

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About the Canplas 414194BC

4 Inch PVC Sewer & Drain 45 Degree Street Elbow for SDR-35 S&D Pipe. An elbow is a plumbing fitting that allows you to connect two sections of PVC pipe. The fitting has a 45 degree right angle design in order to create a sharp turn in the pipe when needed. It features two 4 inch connections; a slip fit (Hub) connection on one side (meaning that the pipe slips easily into the elbow fitting) and a Spigot connection on the other. The fitting is specifically used in order to connect two sections of SRD-35 PVC pipe or fittings. These fittings are great for sewer and drain applications such stack vent (aka. stink stack, soil stack or stink pipe) and other drain applications within a residence or commercial property. However they should NEVER be used for gas or compressed air applications.

Product Details

Product:
Material: PVC
Use:
Type: 1/8 Bends (45)
Size:
Connection Type: Glued
Reducing: Non-Reducing
Fitting Type: Street x Hub
Mpn # 414194BC
Weight 0.56 lbs.

Product Features

  • Slip-Fit Connections Require Glue and Primer For Secure Leak-Free Seal
  • Ideal for Water Transportation Applications Such as Irrigation and Sprinkler Systems
  • Affordable Alternative to Metal Fittings
  • Not For Use in High Air or Water Pressure Applications
  • Residential and Light Commercial Applications

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