Reducing 45 Wyes
Although reducing wyes and reducing tees both combine two larger pipelines to create one smaller pipeline or split one smaller pipeline into two larger pipelines, a tee has 90-degree angles, whereas a wye usually has a 45-degree angle. The difference in angle size allows a wye to reduce friction and turbulence, consequently diminishing the chance of a hampered flow.
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Schedule 80 PVC is stronger than schedule 40 PVC, and CPVC is stronger than either PVC schedules, handling higher temperatures and pressures than both. Fire and corrosive resistant, CPVC is also able to withstand most acids, bases, and solvents.
Extremely durable and dependable even in harsh conditions, schedule 80 CPVC reducing 45 wyes are ideal for industrial use. These fittings are often used to handle wastewater treatment, plating, chemical processing, chemical drainage, corrosive liquids, and more.
We offer schedule 80 CPVC reducing 45 wyes in a variety of sizes. Have a question? Give us a call or send us an email.