30 Degree Elbow - 2" Tri-Clamp

Before I spend the time to build one, has anyone seen one for sale?

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  • edited July 23

    I usually see folks use 2 90 degree fittings to create a "variable angle" joint. I do it to connect tanks to pumps at floor level, otherwise you are spending a fortune welding completely custom fittings. It's nice, as if you realize you really needed 32.5 degrees, you can just unscrew a clamp and adjust.

  • edited July 23

    @grim said: I usually see folks use 2 90 degree fittings to create a "variable angle" joint. I do it to connect tanks to pumps at floor level, otherwise you are spending a fortune welding completely custom fittings. It's nice, as if you realize you really needed 32.5 degrees, you can just unscrew a clamp and adjust.

    Yep, 100%

    The hinged joint also gives you the ability to adjust for any irregularities in the slope of the floor or the like. For example, do you actually know that 30° is what you actually need? What happens if the angle works out to 28°,,,,,for example?

    If you see my meaning?

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  • Well crap....feel kinda foolish for not thinking of that.

    Thanks for the tip guys !!

  • I have done the hinging thing. But how about just getting a 90 degree bend and cutting out 60 degrees.

  • That was my original plan, but the double 90 will allow me to use it and see if it is worth the effort to make one.

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