Use this DURA Plastic Products 1 in. Schedule 40 PVC 90° Elbow for irrigation installation. It provides a way to connect 2 lengths of PVC pipe at a 90° angle. It is manufactured from type 1 grade 1 PVC for optimum performance.
Schedule 40 PVC requires a primer before cementing
Use to make a 90° connection between straight lengths of schedule 40 pipe
Join by solvent welding
Withstands up to 270 psi working pressure
Do not test or use with compressed air or gas, or compressed air or gas systems
Original Buyer only. All products shall be free from defects in design and manufacture for a period of 1 year from the date of delivery, provided that such products are installed and used only in strict accordance with the appropriate guidelines.
Questions & Answers
Is this 450 psi?
Asked by Piper February 7, 2019
It is rated at 450 psi in literature. As an engineer, I would never suggest a component for use at its rated pressur3
can this be used to join EMT pipe?
Asked by Alex July 8, 2016
Asked by Jeff August 31, 2015
From experience, at least 20 years if not disturbed
These worked very well for my DIY baby gate project. They connected very easily with no issues and were all consistent in size. They have been holding up for almost a year now with no issues. I did not even use PVC glue so that I could easily disassemble this project and turn it into a DIY soccer goal net when my kid outgrows the need for a baby gate. This product met my expectations. Leave a thumbs up if this was helpful.
Ok quality however I've noticed that these smaller Charlotte Sch...
September 9, 2020
Ok quality however I've noticed that these smaller Charlotte Sch 40 fittings(1", 3/4", 1/2") are quite minimalistic in length and some have shorter hub lengths than the industry standard. These 1" 90° elbows are an example of this. In their quest to budget engineer their products to use the least amount of plastic in each fitting as possible to increase corporate profits they are starting to noticeably make a less desirable pvc fitting than most of their major competitors...