I need to find a formula on take offs for threaded pipe for 90s, 45s and tees. Somebody please help! A sample question of what I am looking for is; A 2" pipe is being cut to run between 2 90degree threaded fittings. The center to center measurement of the fittings is 7'21/4". What is the cut length of the pipe?
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Re: Help on Formulas
IPT Pipe Trade's Hand Book is an invaluable resource of hundreds of tables and formulas. Find it at www.pipefitter.comthe dog
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Thanks for the heads up there Dog, there was something there that I wanted.Great Link for a Construction Owner/Tradesmen, and just say Garager sent you....
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On carbon steel and ss for a 90 degree Long Radius Elbow it's one and one half the pipe diamanter, a 45 it's five eights the pipe size and a short radius 90 is the same as the pipe size
like for 6 inch
LR 90 6X1 1/2=9
45 5/8X6=3 3/4
SR 90 1X6=6
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