What Is The Difference Between The Joint Body And Elbow of Hydraulic Transition Joint
Although hydraulic transition joint is a very small and insignificant transition joint, it also plays a more important role in connection and transition, but the joint also has the difference between bend and elbow. What is the difference between the two, and what is their role?
In fact, the joint body of the hydraulic transition joint is a bridge between the hydraulic pipe joint and the equipment. The elbow is the pipe fittings that change the direction of the pipeline, and their division of labor is different. In the hydraulic system of the hydraulic pipe joint, the components connecting the high-pressure oil pipe and the high-pressure oil pipe are connected. It is divided into: hydraulic hose, high pressure ball valve, special fast joint, jacket pipe joint, welded pipe joint, high pressure hose, transition pipe joint, jacket pipe joint, three-way pipe joint, non-standard pipe joint, flared pipe joint, right angle pipe joint, rotary pipe joint, fast joint, stainless steel pipe. Joints, copper joints. When the connector body is connected with the equipment, the connection mode does not match or the diameter needs to be changed. This task is completed by the connector body. One end of the connector body is connected with the pipe connector and the other end is connected with the equipment.
The elbow in the hydraulic transition joint is a pipe fitting that changes the direction of the pipeline. Elbows are made of cast iron, stainless steel, alloy steel, malleable iron, carbon steel, non-ferrous metals and plastics. According to the production process, it can be divided into welding elbow, punching elbow, pushing elbow, casting elbow, butt welding elbow and so on. Other names: 90 degree elbow, right angle bend, love and bend, etc.