Enter the run between angles, horizontal offset, and vertical offset into the calculator to determine the travel of the rolling offset.

## Rolling Offset Formula

The following formula is used to calculate a travel distance of a rolling offset at 45 deg.

T = SQRT ( S^2 + H^2 + V^2)

- Where T is the total travel distance
- S is the set or total run between angles
- H is the horizontal offset
- V is the vertical offset

To calculate a rolling offset, sum the squares of the run between angles, horizontal offset, and vertical offset, then take the square root.

## Rolling Offset Definition

A rolling offset is the total travel distance or total length of a pipe that connects two disjointed pipes, most often at a 45-degree angle.

## Rolling Offset Example

How to calculate a rolling offset?

**First, determine the set distance.**This is the straight line distance from the first connector to the second connector.

**Next, determine the vertical offset.**Calculate the total vertical offset.

**Next, determine the horizontal offset.**Calculate the total horizontal offset.

**Finally, calculate the rolling offset.**Calculate the total distance of the pipe of the rolling offset using the formula or calculator above.

## FAQ

**What is a rolling offset?**

A rolling offset is a pipe that connects two disjointed connectors.