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PVC Metric Y Bend

PVC Metric Y Bend

epco Y Bends are made from the material unplasticised polyvinyl chloride.

Our range of Metric Y Bend pressure pipe fittings are available in sizes from 50mm o.d. to 63mm o.d.

Y Bends are a pipe fitting used to connect two pieces of pipe of the same diameter to form a Y shape with a gradual curve on two ends of the fitting for a smooth flow.

In order to do this correctly, please make sure you read the assembly and joining procedure guidelines in our technical information, ensuring you have the correct PVC solvent cement and cleaner intended for bonding pipe and fittings together. These can be found on our Metric accessories section.

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Product Code Description and Size Dimensions (mm)
022.781.050 50MM PVC Y BEND
Z1 Z2 B RATED Wt (g)
-3 62 31 16 BAR 235
022.781.063 63MM PVC Y BEND
Z1 Z2 B RATED Wt (g)
-3 77 38 10 BAR 476
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Our PVC pressure pipe range is made from the material unplasticised polyvinyl chloride and subject to the system pressure, has a working temperature of +5°C to +60°C. 

epco has one of the largest PVC pipe system ranges in the UK, with all PVC pipe and fittings within our range being fully matched and most carrying WRAS approval.  

Our PVC Metric plain pipe fitting products are available in sizes from 10mm o.d. to 500mm o.d. and subject to availability can generally be despatched from stock on a next day delivery service for orders placed before 5pm. 

PVC is a lightweight pipe material which offers easy installation, a long service life and durability. 

Pressure ratings for our solvent weld metric fittings can be found in the product information alongside each item. Our PVC Metric plain fittings are manufactured in accordance with the standard: EN 1452-3 / ISO161/1. 

Please contact us on 0113 2491155 or sales@epco-plastics.com for prices and more information. 

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