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|20 MM (1.5)|
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PVC or Poly Vinyl Chloride pipes are the most commonly used products in both domestic and commercial and sometime industrial spaces. They are used as electrical conduit and as well as irrigation piping. While installation, PVC pipes need to pass through grooves or edges and thus requires bending for smooth installation. This however does not harm the quality or functionality of the PVC pipes and off late have given rise to a special concept, PVC bend. PVC Bend is usually a PVC pipe that has a bent shape and works as a connector between two pipes.
At the initial stages when PVC just have had its first baby steps into the market replacing almost all metallic pipes, conventional techniques of bending PVC using sand, hair dryers and similar things were mostly predominant. With the evolution of pipes, connectors such as elbows and couplings made it possible for the labourers to install PVC pipes in the corners or edges. Although these connectors are still widely used, PVC bend provides a new dimension to the evolution.
There are obvious risks of making PVC bend all by you as Vinyl Chloride (one of the components of PVC) possesses carcinogenic properties and there are loads of instructions on how to have a PVC bend. Along with this, there are several other risks that have to be taken into consideration and follow precautionary measures accordingly. But one can definitely omit all of these hurdles by choosing company manufactured bends over traditional bending procedures and thereby keeping all hurdles at bay.
One of the most trusted dealers or manufacturer of PVC bend can be considered as Austro Pipes. For years Austro Pipes have been making impossible possible and have been including all the evolutionary changes in their business. Having proven their grasp in this field Austro Pipes soars to the top of the pipe manufacturer list making way for endless possibilities.