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408-020
Dura 2" Elbow Threaded
90 Degree Elbow Fitting for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe (FIPT x FIPT) Sometimes you need to connect two pipes together that are making a bend or a turn, but the two pipes have threaded ends on them so a slip elbow won't work. If the two ends of the pipe you are joining are threaded, you would use a Fipt elbow or threaded elbow. The abbreviation FIPT ...
Dura2" Elbow Threaded

Dura

Dura 2" Elbow Threaded

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Item #: 408-020

Mfg Part #: 408-020

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90 Degree Elbow Fitting for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe (FIPT x FIPT) Sometimes you need to connect two pipes together that are making a bend or a turn, but the two pipes have threaded ends on them so a slip elbow won't work. If the two ends of the pipe you are joining are threaded, you would use a Fipt elbow or threaded elbow. The abbreviation FIPT simply stands for female inside pipe thread and it means that the elbow or ell has female threads inside both sides. If the pipes needing to be joined form a 90 degree angle or turn, you would use a 90 ... read more
Specifications
Color
White
Size
2"
Warranty
none
Manufacturer
Maxx Flex
Material
PVC
System of Measurement
Inch
Nominal Wall Thickness
Schedule 40
General
Brand
Dura
Item #
408-020
Mfg Part #
408-020
Dimensions (L/W/H)
5x5x4
Weight
2 lbs
MSRP
$6.99
Description

90 Degree Elbow Fitting for Schedule 40 PVC Pipe (FIPT x FIPT) Sometimes you need to connect two pipes together that are making a bend or a turn, but the two pipes have threaded ends on them so a slip elbow won't work. If the two ends of the pipe you are joining are threaded, you would use a Fipt elbow or threaded elbow. The abbreviation FIPT simply stands for female inside pipe thread and it means that the elbow or ell has female threads inside both sides. If the pipes needing to be joined form a 90 degree angle or turn, you would use a 90 degree FIPT elbow. Both threaded pipe ends are screwed into the ell, forming a 90 degree turn or joint. All of our Schedule 40 fittings are NSF rated 14 & 61, which means they are certified for use with potable (drinking) water. Maximum temperature is 140 degrees F.

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