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Longest - Largest PVC Pipe Bender Available

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pvc pipe benderPVC Bendit is pleased to announce the release of the 20B, a 20' PVC schedule 40-80 PVC Pipe bending tool. This 20' PVC pipe bender is designed for use by anyone needing to bend long lengths of PVC pipe, including pool and spa installers and repair companies. This PVC pipe - conduit bender is also great for theater set designers and set builders. The longest PVC Bendit is inserted into the PVC Pipe and heats it to temperature that allows it to be shaped/bent.

The 20B has a 20' heating element so it may be used to heat and bend a full 20' length of PVC schedule 40 or 80 pipe with a diameter of 1 1/4" or greater. The 20B is 120 volts - 15 amp.  The 20B Bendit is built with CSA listed parts but, unlike other PVC Bendits, is not CSA Listed.

The PVC Bendit 20B works best when the PVC pipe being heated is placed in the BendStation, which is Microlok fiberglass pipe insulation and included with PVC Bendit purchases. The BendStation helps retain heat around the pipe containing the PVC Bendit.

Artist using ThinWall PVC Pipe

Chad called the other day after he found the PVC Bendit on YouTube.  He told me he creates art from thinwall PVC pipe and wants to give the PVC Bendit a try.  I looked at his work and felt it was very creative.  All hand engraved.  We will share a piece of his work created [...]

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Love PVC BendIt's PVC Pipe Bending Tool

Meredith (Submitted on Nov 14th 2016)I got the PVC Bendit to pursue research for my thesis while getting a Master of Architecture degree. Once I figured out how to rotate the pipes regularly, as well as dimming the temperature, it has worked very well to further my research. The entire team at PVC Bendit has [...]

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How to Bend 4" Clear Schedule 80 PVC Pipe

My task was to bend clear schedule 80 (very thick) 4" pvc pipe to be used to demonstrate flow of liquid in a facility. Since I had not bend this pipe before and needed to achieve 15 and 30 degree radius bends I decided to use our method of inserting smaller pieces of flexible metal [...]

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How to Bend 6" PVC Pipe

PVC BendIt receives many calls from customers asking how to bend schedule 40 6" pvc pipe so I decided to give it a try this weekend. I used the same technique used to bend 4" pvc pipe and that is to place flexible metal hose inside the pvc pipe and then place the PVC Bendit tool [...]

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PVC BendIt's Pipe Tool Makes Swimming Pool Repair Delightful

I live in Florida where I repair swimming pools. I find that a major problem results from termites eating away at the flexible pipe used on many pool installations. As a professional pool repairman I replace the flexible pipe with PVC schedule 40 which the termites don't eat.Doing the repairs on existing pools was [...]

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PVC Pipe Bending Used by British Artist Build Beautiful Exhibits

Recently one of our customers called to tell me about Tree Art Exhibits by British artist Tom Price. I did a search and here are some the the beautiful exhibits Price built with the help of pvc pipe bending.Please be advised I am not suggesting the PVC Bendit was used by Mr. Price but his work [...]

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Bending PVC Pipe for Garland Decor

We wanted to decorate our entrance but didn't want to drill holes in the stucco of our home.  We searched on Google - YouTube and found the PVC Bendit site.  After viewing the videos we made the purchase.  The pvc bending tool arrived in just a few days and I spent a few hours learning [...]

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How to Bend PEX with PVC Bendit

Need to bend PEX? You can do it with the PVC Bendit. Recently people are asking if the PVC Bendit can be used to bend PEX. I didn't know for sure as I had never worked with PEX thinking it was already easy to bend. The problem that was explained is they need it [...]

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How to Bend 4" Schedule 40 PVC Pipe

We receive many calls asking if the PVC Bendit can be used to bend 3" or 4" schedule 40 PVC Pipe. The short answer is yes. Recently, I demonstrated this and have a YouTube video showing it in action: You will see that we used 3/4" ID - 1 1/8" OD metal conduit, used by electricians, [...]

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