PVC is proven to be durable and effective for years. It has maintenance-free performance in underground, encased and exposed applications in accordance with the National Electrical Code.

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Schedule 40- 90 Degree with Bell End
Schedule 40- 90 Degree with Bell End has been heated and bent to effect a 90 change in direction in a conduit run. It is a non-metallic PVC that is heat, fire, and corrosion resistant. It is ideal for above- and below- ground use. It is also suitable for concrete encasement.

Schedule 40- 90 Degree
Schedule 40- 90 Degree is used to connect lengths of PVC pipe at a 90 angle. It works well in common irrigation systems and can withstand a maximum of 166 PSI working pressure. It is used to make a 90 connection between straight lengths of schedule 40 pipe.

Schedule 40- 45 Degree
Schedule 40-45 Degree is used to make a 45-degree connection between straight lengths of schedule 40 pipe. It withstands up to 270 PSI working pressure. It connects 2 pipes at a 45-degree angle.

Schedule 40- 22.5 Degree
The Schedule 40-22.5 Degree elbow is used for connecting two pipes at an angle. There is a spigot connection on one end and socket opening on the other for connecting 2 pipes. The PVC material is for chemical and corrosion resistance, high strength and less weight than fittings made from metal.

Schedule 40- Long Sweep
Schedule 40- Long Sweep resists chemical attack by most acids, alkalies, salts, fungi and bacterial action. It is non-toxic, odorless and tasteless. It is resistant to cracking so it is machinable. Painting is not required for indoor non-exposed installations.

Schedule 80-90 Degree
Schedule 80-90 Degree is a dark grey pipe and fittings have black ink print. The PVC schedule 80 fittings are for most pressure applications. The maximum working temperature is 140F. It is highly durable, with high tensile and impact strength, commonly used in industrial applications.