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  • Rolled Lip Pipes

    Easy duct connection solution makes quick work of duct work.

  • Rolled Lip Clamps

    Stainless steel duct clamps designed for rolled lip connection. Optional grounding brackets (provides conductivity) available upon request.

  • Adjustable Sleeve

    Adjustible duct sleeves make duct install a breeze.

  • Extra O-Rings
  • 3 Inch (in) Diameter and 90 Degree Angle Stitch Welded Elbow (RESS0390)

    Gore Locked Elbows are made of join together segments either mechanically or by welding.
    Stitch Welded Elbows are galvanized metal elbows that are stamped out using mechanical presses and forming dies.
    Tubed Duct Elbows are an excellent choice for paper trim and oil mist applications, because they have no seam. Instead, these elbows are mechanically bent, resulting in a non-seamed tubing that can be fitted with a rolled-lipped collar or an angle ring flange.

  • 3 Inch (in) Diameter and 90 Degree Angle Stitch Welded Elbow (RESS0390)

    Gore Locked Elbows are made of join together segments either mechanically or by welding.
    Stitch Welded Elbows are galvanized metal elbows that are stamped out using mechanical presses and forming dies. Tubed Duct Elbows are an excellent choice for paper trim and oil mist applications, because they have no seam. Instead, these elbows are mechanically bent, resulting in a non-seamed tubing that can be fitted with a rolled-lipped collar or an angle ring flange.

  • 3 Inch (in) Diameter and 90 Degree Angle Tubed Elbow (RETS0390)

    Gore Locked Elbows are made of join together segments either mechanically or by welding.
    Tubed Duct Elbows are an excellent choice for paper trim and oil mist applications, because they have no seam. Instead, these elbows are mechanically bent, resulting in a non-seamed tubing that can be fitted with a rolled-lipped collar or an angle ring flange.

  • Single Branch Wyes

    Typically, Single Branches taper as the new line enters the main line. This is because the new line is bringing in more air. The exiting part of the branch (toward the fan) is therefore bigger to accommodate the increase in air. The new line typically enters at 30 or 45 degree so as to 'merge' into the air flow.

  • Double Branch Wyes

    Typically, Double Branches taper as the new line enters the main line. This is because the new line is bringing in more air. The exiting part of the branch (toward the fan) is therefore bigger to accommodate the increase in air. The new line typically enters at 30 or 45 degree so as to 'merge' into the air flow.

  • Y-Branch Wyes

    Wyes

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    Y's are exactly that - Y's with the two inlets diverging from the center line. Once again, the volume of the outlet is the sum of the two inlets. Typically the two inlets are the same size. If one needs to be smaller than the other, the branch is made with the two inlets equal to the largest requirement and then a reducer is used to reduce to the smaller requirement.

  • In-Cuts Wyes

    In-cuts are used to create a branch on an existing trunk line. To create a new branch with an in-cut, a hole is cut in the pipe at the location of the branch. The in-cut is saddled over the hole and fastened with tech screws and caulked.

  • Reducers

    Reducers

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  • 3 Inch (in) Diameter Full Gate (RCO03)

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    We offer a full and varied line of gates for industrial duct work and custom applications. Duct gates - commonly called cut-offs and blast gates - serve a variety of purposes. From added safety to decreasing operations costs, gates are an essential part of any dust collection or industrial duct system. Full gates, half gates, blast gates and auto gates are all available from Duct.

  • 3 Inch (in) Diameter Manual Butterfly Valve (RBF03)