PVC Bendit - Series A, 6' Length PVC Pipe Bender
Bend PVC Pipe using the Series 'A' PVC Bendit bends PVC Pipe with inside diameter of 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch, 1 inch, and 1 1/4 inch PVC pipe. The Series ‘B’ has an outside diameter of 1.06” and fits in 1 -1/4 and larger schedule 40 or 80 PVC pipe. The PVC ‘A’ Series PVC Bendits come in 3, 6 9 foot lengths while the ‘B’ Series comes in 3,6,9 and 20 foot lengths.
This is the best tool available for heat bending PVC pipe. We don't say that because we make it, we say it because our customer feedback tells us so. Anyone who has used them knows it's true.
PVC Bendit's revolutionary design heats pipe from the inside, allowing the pipe to soften more uniformly unlike any other method available. The PVC Pipe fits in the BendStation which keeps heat in the PVC Pipe as it is heating.
We want you to stop worrying about the PVC pipe bending process and focus on what you're building. We also want you to be able to do things your competitors can't even dream of.
Watch our YouTube Videos, read our FAQ’s and download our book BENDING PVC PIPE FOR FUN AND PROFIT to help familiarize you with bending PVC pipe. This gives beginners and pros alike the ability to bend PVC pipe into whatever shape the project calls for.
The PVC Bendit PVC Pipe bender is available in bendable lengths three times as long as competing products.
The above describes why the pvc pipe bender - PVC Bendit - Series A, 6' Length PVC Pipe Bender is the perfect tool for bending PVC pipe.
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Randy (Submitted on Feb 21st 2017)
I highly recommend the Bendit. It does exactly what they say. The project I am using it for couldn't be done without it. And, the support I received from the company, answering questions prior to my purchase was very nice.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Submitted on Nov 16th 2015)
Why ask for reviews if you're not going to post them
Mumbles (Submitted on Nov 7th 2015)
I purchased this to form sweeping 90° bends in smaller diameter schedule 40 PVC for fiber optic chase ways. And needed a way to form bends with the condit in place/ half buried. I feel this product is a little over priced for what you get.
Things Im going to change
1)Ditch the handy box- replace with 3/4" or 1" x 3" female coupler filled with curry shake n' seal (for water proof splice)
2)Ditch romex connector holding MC and replace with metal strain relief similar to the plastic one holding power cord.
3)Ditch 6' power cord for 10' or 15' power cord.
4)Package it in a pelican model 1200 case and 1450 for larger size binders
5)replace fiberglass insulation with MC that fits outer diameter of Different PVC; to hold in heat and prevent kinks in PVC.
Rich (Submitted on Jun 25th 2015)
Another example of a simple solution to a common design problem! Well done! Easy to use, came ready to use-gloves and timer included! My TD thought it came in a little pricey but I reminded him of the alternative-torch/sand/time/designer complaining about scorch marks...and he zipped it...I even mentioned the product to our campus plumber-lots of renovations of older buildings and the settling of fixtures. He thought it was a great idea.