1" pipe bender for sale online, This manual tube bender is a mechanical device used to bend pipes or metal rods, equipped with a roller and φ25mm ductile iron mold, can be bent at 180°.
||Bending Rollers and U-Bending Dies
||φ25mm (1 inch)
|Minimum Bend Radius
|Standard Steel Pipe/Stainless Steel Pipe Wall Thickness
|Standard Copper Pipe Wall Thickness
|Packaging and Dimensions
||Wooden Box Packing (670x215x170mm)
|Suitable Pipe Material
||Stainless Steel, Copper, etc.
- The manual pipe bender is only suitable for round pipes, not for square pipes.
- For stainless steel/iron pipes with an outer diameter of 19mm or more, it is recommended to use a tube bender with a wall thickness of 1.2~1.5mm.
Pipe Bender Applications
Tips: What are the common pipe sizes that can be bent with a manual pipe bender?
The common sizes of pipes that can be bent using a manual pipe bender depend on the specific model and design of the bender. However, manual pipe benders are typically suitable for a range of pipe sizes, including:
- Small Diameter Pipes: Manual pipe benders can handle small diameter pipes commonly used in plumbing and electrical applications. This typically includes pipes with diameters ranging from 1/2 inch (12.7 mm) to 2 inches (50.8 mm) or slightly larger.
- Medium Diameter Pipes: Many manual pipe benders can bend medium diameter pipes commonly used in HVAC, automotive, and general construction applications. This includes pipes with diameters ranging from 2 inches (50.8 mm) to 4 inches (101.6 mm) or larger.
It's important to note that the maximum bending capacity of a manual pipe bender may vary depending on factors such as the material of the pipe (e.g., steel, copper, aluminum), the wall thickness of the pipe, and the bending radius required.
When selecting a manual pipe bender, consider its specified bending capacity and ensure it can accommodate the pipe sizes you intend to work with. It's also worth noting that there may be limitations in terms of the maximum wall thickness or pipe material that can be effectively bent with a particular manual pipe bender.
Always refer to the manufacturer's specifications and guidelines for the specific pipe sizes and materials compatible with the manual pipe bender you are using.