I have this pipe and it says Weld 92.5 degrees Swept.
What does that angle mean, as in I don’t get how it’s 92.5 and what does swept and weld mean here too?
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Swept means the turn is extended over a greater distance to minimize clogging.
Weld means it is a fitting that is attached using a solvent based “adhesive” that literally melts the fitting and pipe surface such that they weld together
The fitting is a nominal 90 degree turn. The actual degree of turn in the sweep is 92.5 but don’t worry it is not a significant amount of variation and your 90 degree fitting will perform a 90 degree turn just fine