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Elbow Duct :

Elbow
Definition :
  • Duct elbows are used to redirect ducting around corners or other paths within a ducted space.
  • They can made of galvanized metal for strength and durability, or of fabric for its flexibility and acoustic properties and then available in a variety of sizes.
  • HVAC elbows are adjustable elbows use in air handling applications that include snap lock or smoke pipe and collars.
  • HVAC elbows are use as when needing to make tight corners. 
  • They help maintain maximum efficiency and the best airflow for your system.
  • So, it is known as elbow duct.
Uses :
  • Elbow Duct are used to make turns in flexible, clamp-together ducting.
  • When abrasive materials are present in the ducting, the elbows can wear out quickly.
  • This abrasive wear often results in system shut downs for corrective maintenance.
  • Because they have no seam, tubed duct elbows are an excellent choice for paper trim and oil mist applications.
  • Instead, these galvanized or stainless steel elbows are mechanically bent, resulting in a non-seamed tubing that can be fitted with a rolled-lipped collar or an angle ring flange.
Formula :
  • The formula for the calculation is given below.
  • Result = 2 * (Width + Height) * (Length 1 + Length 2).
  • Beside the formula this calculator works.
How to Calculate ?
  • First, Enter the Width. Then,
  • Second, Enter the Height. Then,
  • Third, Enter the Length 1. Then,
  • Fourth, Enter the Length 2. Then,
  • Click “Calculate” to get the result and then if you want to clear values Click “Reset” in addition to clear the values.
  • Finally, follow these steps to get the result.
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