What is hot bend vs cold bend?

Category: Hot Induction Bend

Hot bending involves heating the pipe to a high temperature before bending it, while cold bending is done at room temperature or slightly above. Hot bending is generally preferred for creating larger bends or more complex shapes, while cold bending is more suitable for smaller bends or those with a simpler shape. Hot bending also produces a smoother finish and is less likely to cause damage to the material being bent.