Last updated on July 21st, 2022 by Myla Pablo
The third most manufactured synthetic plastic polymer in the world is polyvinyl chloride. Each year, about 40 million tons of PVC are produced. PVC is available in two main types: flexible and rigid. PVC in its rigid form is employed in pipe construction as well as in profile applications, such doors and windows.
PVC is available in two basic types: rigid (also known as RPVC) and flexible. PVC in its rigid form is employed in pipe construction as well as in profile applications, such doors and windows. Plastic bottles, non-food containers, food-covering sheets, and plastic cards are also made with it (such as bank or membership cards). Plasticizers can be added to make it softer and more flexible; phthalates are the most popular choice. It is also used in this form for flooring, signage, phonograph records, inflatable items, plumbing, electrical wire insulation, imitation leather, and many more uses where rubber is substituted. It is used with cotton or linen to create canvas.
PVC Elbow is a piping material that is mainly used to turn the flow of a liquid in a pipeline network. “45 bends or 45 ells” are other names for 45-degree pipe elbows.
This pipe fitting device, as its name suggests, is bent to generate a 45° change in the direction of the fluid or gas flowing through the pipe.
This allow the piping network to move from places to places instead of straight lines only. You must use PVC elbows to bend your pipeline around obstacles if your piping system needs to turn or get past them. Your pipeline can be directed however you wish because elbows are most frequently available in 90-degree angles and 45-degree angles.
The table below shows the latest retail Mar 2022 prices of PVC Elbow 45° in Philippines Peso price per pieces including its size and brand.
Price and Standard Size of Saniguard Elbow 45 degrees per pc in the Philippines
UPDATED: Construction Material Prices for PVC Elbow 45° in the Philippines (Mar 2022)
UPDATED: All Construction Prices are based on retail prices around hardware in Metro Manila
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