The 90 degree structural pipe fitting makes a strong corner connection allowing you to add two pipes at a 90 degree angle and one essential pipe vertically. Designed to fit inexpensive ¾ inch EMT conduit which is readily available at your local hardware store. This 90 degree steel pipe connector is a great solution for DIY pipe shelves, desks, and anything that requires a cube structure. The clamp design allows you to quickly change a connection while building or remove and reuse the connectors in a future project.
Every connector features a steel construction and is e-coated in your choice between a sleek black or a conduit color matched silver. Both finishes are corrosion resistant which means your build is better protected indoors and out. Combine these connector features with the strong and durable nature of galvanized steel conduit and you get an affordable yet sturdy building platform.
*Hardware and extra friction bands are included with each 90 degree connector
The 90 degree angled pipe fitting includes an inside and outside piece that clamp together with two nuts and bolts. Both pieces are designed with a pocket feature that locks the nut into place when tightening, this allows for a one tool assembly no matter which piece the nuts are on. Every connector comes with a pre applied friction band that makes connections even more secure. Order some 90 degree conduit connectors and add strong corner connections to your DIY pipe build!
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I love this company and the owner seems to be heavily involved and super fun to work with. Any project I have in the future I’ll be looking into maker pipes products. Too many ideas! Thanks to David and his whole crew.
I used Maker Pipe 90 degree connectors for a custom closet project. My wife loved it so much that I had to make a second order for more connectors to create shoe shelving! The connectors were incredibly strong with the 3/4" EMT pipe. The support was amazing - David even helped to track a package that got hung up at a USPS facility. Now I'm thinking it might be time to update the old steel shelving in the garage...