Get High-Quality CPVC Elbow from Ajay Pipes



CPVC elbow fittings are plastic fittings that are used to connect two pipes at a specific angle. This is done to provide flexibility, reduce friction and turbulence in the plumbing systems.
CPVC stands for Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride which is a very strong and rigid polymer that withstands temperatures upto 93 Deg C.
CPVC elbows have another name, that is CPVC bend. Though the names are different, the function is the same. These are made using the injection molding process.

Different varieties of CPVC Pipe elbows are available depending on the size of the pipes and the angle they need to be joined at.
They require solvent cement to make a joint with the pipe and these joints are highly reliable and leak proof.

It is a fitting that allows various changes in plumbing systems, and it is usually designed to connect the pipes at some degree. It comes in varying sizes that includes varying plumbing requirements. Let’s delve into the pipe’s benefits.

Corrosion resistivity

Cpvc elbow are highly resistant to corrosion, which makes it the best choice for water applications, ensuring longevity.

Temperature resistivity

It could withstand hot water temperature, which makes it more suitable for applications like water heaters and hot water distribution systems.

Easy to install

Furthermore, the pipes are lightweight and are easy to work with. The pipes could be easily shaped, cut, and are entirely connected with the help of solvent cement, vanishing the requirement for complex tools.


These pipes are highly cost-effective in comparison to metal alternatives. And, the pipes need lower long term costs and need less maintenance.

CPVC Elbow 90 Degree

The most common type of CPVC elbows are 90 degree elbows. These elbows, when connect two pipes, form an angle of 90 degrees. This is one of the most commonly used fitting and are used in all the kinds of plumbing systems.
Elbows are also available in reducing type also known as CPVC reducing elbows which connect a pipe of higher size with one of smaller size.

CPVC Elbow 45 Degree

Another type of CPVC bends are 45 degree elbow. These elbows connect two pipes at an angle of 45 degrees. These elbows cause much lower turbulence and friction in the flow as compared to the 90 degree elbows.

CPVC Threaded Elbow

CPVC elbow fittings generally have female threads which are screwed with the male threads on the bathroom fittings. The threads may be all plastic or might be made up of brass and manufactured using a process known as insert molding. Elbows with brass threads are also called brass threaded elbow.

CPVC 90 Deg and CPVC 45 Deg Elbows are available in:

½” (15mm), ¾”(20mm), 1” (25mm), 1 ¼”(32mm), 1 ½”(40mm), 2” (50mm) in Copper tube sizes (CTS)
and 2 ½”(75mm), 3” (90mm), 4” (110mm), 6” (160mm) & 8” (200mm) in Iron Pipe sizes (IPS) Sch 40 and SCh 80.

Standards for CPVC Elbow


Ajay pipes has a wide range of UPVC, CPVC, UDS, SWR, column pipes and fittings perfect for all kinds of plumbing systems in household as well industrial settings.

Ajay is the only company in India that offers patented design low friction elbows that offer higher flow rates and better pressure to consumers compared to any other product available in the Indian market.

Ajay brass inserts are specially designed to provides a high pull-out resistance which secures all the joints and connections. These also have high torque rating which enables them to withstand high tightening forces that plumbers use while installation without damage to the fitting.
Other features that make Ajay Products unique are :


Moreover, cpvc elbow serves as the most modern plumbing system, and its certain factors make it a best pipe. With better maintenance tips, and other factors allow you to properly incorporate the elbows into plumbing projects. Moreover, you require manufacturer assistance that ensures a long lasting project.

For more information on CPVC brass elbows, or for CPVC Elbow price or CPVC price list, contact the experts at Ajay pipes on the Mobile No:1800 11 4050 or email at

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