A 90 degree elbow is commonly used in plumbing, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning), and industrial piping systems to redirect flow in a system, change the direction of a pipe, or connect pipes of different diameters. It can also be used to provide additional support and strength to a pipeline.
The length of a 90 degree elbow can vary depending on the size of the pipe it’s designed for. Generally, the longer the radius of the elbow, the smoother the flow of fluid or gas through the pipe.
The price of a 90 degree elbow varies depending on factors such as the material it’s made of, the size, and the manufacturer. You can find 90 degree elbows ranging from a few dollars to several hundred dollars.
A 90 degree elbow is a type of pipe fitting that has a 90-degree angle, allowing for a change in direction of the pipe.