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Volume Discounts Available +
If you order more than $3,000 of Kee Klamp brand fitting your are eligible to receive a 4% discount.
To receive this discount use the code: 3000PLUS
Please note that this discount applies only to Kee Klamp brand fittings and not to Kee Lite, pipe or any other component.
The Type 15 Elbow fitting joins two pipes together at a 90 degree angle.
Elbows are commonly used in railing to terminate the end posts and to navigate corners. Elbows are commonly used around the outside of a structure and have hundreds of uses.
Find more uses for Kee Klamp fittings by browsing our projects area.
This components has a downloadable SketchUp component that can be used with Google SketchUp.
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References A, B, C refer to the Outer Diameter of the pipe that fits inside the fitting.
The chart below will help you understand how to match the size of fittings and pipe.
Yes, Kee Klamp, Kee Lite and Kee Access fitting comes with the required set screws. If you would like extra set screws they are available for purchase. Stainless set screws are also available for additional corrosion protection.
Yes. Kee Klamp, Kee Lite, Kee Access fittings and pipe can be powdercoated to give them a durable baked on paint finish. Powdercoating is extremely durable and will give your railing or structure a really sharp look.
Please contact us if you have any questions about powdercoating.
Kee Klamp and Kee Lite components are designed to be used with Schedule 40 Pipe (or Schedule 80), but can also be used with other types of pipe or tube.
When aquiring your own pipe and tube it is important to know the actual OUTER DIAMETER of your pipe/tube . Do not assume that just because it says 1 Inch Pipe/Tube for instance, that the outer diameter is actually 1 inch. This mistake frequently results in returns.
If you are purchasing fittings and pipe from our website, match the pipe size with the fitting size such as Size 7 pipe with Size 7 fittings, Size 8 pipe with Size 8 fittings, etc. You may also refer to our SIZING CHART for further help.
If you already have pipe, please measure the outer diameter of your pipe and compare it to the chart on this page. For simplicity we have a printable pipe chart that you can use to measure your pipe. Be sure to follow the instructions on the sheet to guarantee an accurate measurement.
If you are purchasing your pipe from us, then be sure to match the size after the dash "-" on the fittings to the size of the pipe. For instance, a 10-7 is a size 7 fitting. Select size 7 pipe to go with that fitting.
Watch this Short Video for more about Pipe and Fitting Size
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