It is possible to bend pipework and tubing by one of a few methods. This will depend on just exactly what job the bent pipe or tube will perform. Wandsworth Plumbers are professionals. The only snag in bending pipe is working out just where and how much to bend the pipe concerned. It is possible to plan how to bend a piece of pipe in such a way that finding the bending angle is made simple. The best way to achieve this is by using a proven way that all the professional plumbing services use in to bend copper pipes successfully and accurately, that is to use a piece of kit called a pipe bender. Most pipe benders are made for a number of different pipe diameters: Small = 8, 10, and 12mm pipes, and Larger = 15 and 22mm pipes. A Wandsworth Plumber is a qualified technician. If there is ever a need to bend copper tubing wider than this you either need to purchase a very expensive powered bender, or just use fittings for the copper tube above 22mm instead. To Bend firstly make sure that the bender fully open so the arms are 180° to each other. Slide the copper tube between the arms, making sure it goes under the retaining arm and into the correct sized channel. Bend the top so that it is parallel with the pipe, which the grooves have now covered. Start pulling the top arm down to start the bend. Pull the arms together in a single continuous movement until the correct angle is made. Release the tube by opening the arms. Another pie bender is available that can bend pipes of sizes, 15mm/22mm. The Microbore Pipe nearly always use small benders. The pipe usually is supplied in a role and can often be bent by hand. However, in order to achieve a sharper, cleaner bend you will need a bending machine.