A sanitary elbow, also known as a sanitary bend, is a type of sanitary pipe fitting welded between two lengths of sanitary pipe or tubing to enable a direction change.
Sanitary tees are t-shaped sanitary pipe fittings used in the branch pipe of the main pipeline.
How are Hygienic Stainless Steel Fittings different from other fittings?
Dairy Fittings are Cleanable, either by dismantling the system or using a Clean In Place (CIP) process
Sanitary tubing and fittings come in sizes from 0.5" to 12"
Sanitary fittings and piping are measure by the OD of the tube section
Surface polishing of sanitary fittings must be at least 150 Grit, or 32 Ra
Sanitary fittings do not contain any pockets or threads to minimize chances of contamination
Sanitary stainless steel elbows have standardized radii. The radius of a sanitary elbow is 1.5 times the OD of the tube
Most sanitary fittings come in two types of connections, butt weld and ferrule end, other lesser used connections like SMS Male Part and Liners are also available