2 90° Stub-Up Bend: The stub bend is made by bending a piece of conduit into an L shape or 90° bend by placing the free end (short end) of the tube to a predetermined length as indicated in the diagram below.
Conduit in small bends with short segments, for instance, in order to bend a 90 ° bend with this type of bender you The EMT bender has degree marks on it for making precise 10 °, 22 1/2°, 30°, 45° and 60 ° bends.
3 Instructions for 90 Degree Bends For a ninety degree bend to be accurate, you must calculate take-up into your measurement. Take-up is a constant, and changes only with pipe size.
Bend until 90° bend is formed. Table 1. EMT is easy to Table 2: Slip the bender handle over the stub and pull back the desired degree(s) from the bend. For larger conduit sizes, the benderhandle can be replaced by a pipe of correspondingly larger diameter or one small
Oped Length for 90-Degree Bend Table. 3. Find the location of the center of the bend and mark the conduit. To find the location, see To Locate the Center of a 90-Degree Bend. 4. Refer to the Suggested Number of Bends Table.
NUMBER RIGID SIZE EMT SIZE CTN. QTY. CTN. QTY. BAR CODE C = Thread to bend D = Nut to bend 45 Degree Uninsulated 3216 2216 4” — 1 — SQUEEZE 90 DEGREE – INSULATED AND UNINSULATED – MALLEABLE IRON Squeeze 90 Degree
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