street elbow


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street elbow

[′strēt ‚el·bō]
(design engineering)
A pipe elbow with an internal thread at one end and an external thread at the other.

street elbow

street elbow
Same as service ell.
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One of the plumbing supplies that I was packing up was a three-inch PVC street elbow. (A street elbow is different than a regular elbow, one side is smaller--same size as a pipe--and the other side is a fitting for a pipe to go into.) I had a hole saw that was very close to the size of the small side of the street elbow.
With the barrel standing up, I placed the wood on the ground with the big end of the street elbow on the wood.
Tenders are invited for Stainless Steel Double Ferrule Compression Tube Fittings Street Elbow 1/2 Bsptmx1/2Bsptf As Per Icf Drg.No.Icf/Std 3-5-032, Alt-A/Nil Item-1.
* 1/4-18 NPT street elbow and intake filter assembly.
Typically the polar axis is fixed at the angle of a street elbow, usually 45[degrees].
street elbow (male threads at one end, female at the other) into the range gas port.
Tenders are invited for Street Elbow 3/4 Bspt M And F To Drg No.Icf/Std-3-5-032 Item No.02.
To the bracket's side I attached a 3/4-inch floor flange, which fits on the male end of a 90 [degrees] street elbow. This elbow was then tightly screwed to an 8-inch-long pipe section.