Floplast 135 degree bend

Discussion in 'Screwfix' started by lucozade, Jul 3, 2010.

  1. lucozade

    lucozade New Member

  2. G Brown

    G Brown New Member

    Think about it bit longer before you display your ignorance with such enthusiasm!
     
  3. lucozade

    lucozade New Member

    Is that how you get your post count up by talking rubbish
     
  4. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    Perhaps it was by being able to add 135 to 45 and getting 180 ;)
     
  5. Captain Leaky

    Captain Leaky New Member

    I would keep off the lucozade if I was you! It's slowing down your teeny brain! :^O
     
  6. G Brown

    G Brown New Member

    I wonder if he's sussed it yet!
     
  7. Captain Leaky

    Captain Leaky New Member

    I dunno but I still chuckle when I read the original question!
     
  8. G Brown

    G Brown New Member

    Aye, totally lacking in any basic understanding of maths!
     
  9. imran_

    imran_ New Member

    Let me know if you find any - I've been looking for some 540 degree bends for ages
     
  10. lucozade

    lucozade New Member

    Does this site have any sensible people on here they could just give me a straight answer and not a load of rubbish because they don't know the answer.
     
  11. Captain Leaky

    Captain Leaky New Member

    We are all sensible...it might just be you that is missing something.... :)
     
  12. jazz drummer

    jazz drummer New Member

    he is missing basic maths or a calculator. lol lol
     
  13. Onetap

    Onetap New Member

    135º is the temperature rating.
     
  14. Captain Leaky

    Captain Leaky New Member

    Ah!

    So different bends have different temp ratings?

    For example:


    "FloPlast 92.5º (87.5°) Bend Grey 32mm "


     
  15. billybongos

    billybongos New Member

    You guys shouldn't mock the afflicted! :)

    bless his little cotton socks!
     
  16. Onetap

    Onetap New Member

    " So different bends have different temp ratings?"

    Of course they do. What did you think it meant? 92.5 is only rated for light duties, warm water and occasional chicken masala. 135 is heavy duty for boiling oil and Gurkha curries.

    Tsk. Where do they find them, eh?
     
  17. G Brown

    G Brown New Member

    Lucozade ny *! He's been sippin' sumat stronger!

    [Edited by: admin]
     
  18. palavaman

    palavaman Well-Known Member

    ''135º is the temperature rating''.


    onetap made my day! Brilliant.
     
  19. Fada Mach

    Fada Mach New Member

    Lucozade, they are what you think they are, in both cases.

    1) the 45o fittings can also be referred to as 135o - it simply depends from which 'end' you measure the angle from. If you think of it first as a 90o bend, then add a further 45o to it and - whoohoo - you get 135o. I guess, in theory, a true 45o bend would actually bend back on itself...

    2) the pros on here are hapless morons who secretly thank you for posting a question that - for once, in their pitiful lives - makes them look 'clever' (whilst still not being able to answer the question...)
     
  20. Captain Leaky

    Captain Leaky New Member

    DA!

    How can you be so cruel!

    Now you have shown him up in front of everyone!
     

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