What is the multiplier for a 30 degree offset bend?
How do you bend a 1/2 inch conduit without a bender?
For any fitting angle that is 22.5 degrees, the true offset is multiplied by 2.613 to get the answer for the diagonal. The setback for fitting a pipe equals the true offset multiplied by 0.577 for a fitting angle of 60 degrees. The true offset multiplied by 1.000 equals the setback for a 45-degree fitting angle.
How do you calculate 22.5 degree offset?
How do you bend an EMT conduit without a bender?
What is making an offset in conduit if the spacing between marks?
The distance between bends found by multiplying the height of the offset by the cosecant of the angle is a method given in many popular handbooks, manuals, and references. This is where the multipliers of 6 for 10 degrees, 2.6 for 22.5 degrees, 2.0 for 30 degrees, 1.4 for 45 degrees, and 1.2 for 60 degrees come from.