These metal flanges and Stainless Steel Flanges
a forged or cast ring of steel designed to connect sections of pipe or join
pipe to a pressure vessel, pump or any other integral flanged assembly.These
Stainless Steel Flanges are joined to each other by bolting and joined to
the piping system by welding or threading. Pipe flanges are designed to the
following pressure ratings: 150lbs, 300lbs, 400lbs, 600lbs, 900lbs,
1500lbs and 2500lbs & Table Flanges Like D , E ,
F , H , etc
. The most common facings machined
on metal flanges are:
- Raised face, 1/16 inch for 150lbs and 300lbs, ¼ inch for 400lbs
- Flat face, for 150lbs and 300lbs only, other may be flat face on
- Ring type joint, may be applied to all pressure ratings.
Our range includes industrial metal flanges, steel pipe flanges, weld neck
flanges, welded slip on flanges, socket weld flanges, blind flanges,
weld-neck flanges, threaded flanges, lap-joint flanges and orifice flanges.
Stainless Steel Weld Neck Flanges
Stainless Steel Weld Neck Flanges
designed to be joined to a piping system by butt welding. Weld neck flanges
is relatively expensive because of its long neck, but is preferred for high
stress applications. The neck, or hub, transmits stresses to the pipe,
reducing stress concentrations at the base of the flange. The gradual
transition of thickness from the base of the hub to the wall thickness at
the butt weld provides important reinforcement of the metal flange. The bore
of the stainless steel weld neck flanges matches the bore of the pipe,
reducing turbulence and erosion.
Stainless Steel Socket Weld Flanges
These stainless steel socket weld flanges
are similar to a slip-on flange in outline, but the bore is counter - bored
to accept pipe. The diameter of the remaining bore is the same as the inside
diameter of the pipe. The stainless steel socket weld flanges are attached
to the pipe by a fillet weld around the hub of the flange. An optional
interval weld may be applied in high stress application. Socket weld
flange's biggest use is in high pressure systems such as hydraulic and steam
Stainless Steel Blind Flanges
We offer a wide range of Stainless Steel Blind
Flanges and Stainless Steel Spectacle Blind Flanges.
Stainless Steel Threaded Flanges
These Stainless Steel Threaded Flanges
similar to a slip-on flange in outline, but the bore is threaded, thus
enabling assembly without welding. This obviously limits its applications to
relatively low pressure piping systems. The stainless steel threaded flanges
may be welded around the joint after assembly, but this is not considered a
satisfactory method of increasing its applications.
Stainless Steel Orifice Flanges
The function of stainless steel orifice flanges
is to provide access to a line for meeting off gases or liquids. Stainless
steel orifice flanges is clamped between a pair of flanges when installed in
a line and the whole assembly is referred to as an orifice flange union.
Jack-screws within the assembly facilitate removal of the orifice plate. The
orifice plate, the metering device, consists of a thin plate with a
concentric, square edge, circular hole in the center. Two pressure tap-holes
are drilled in each orifice flange to measure pressure differences through
Stainless Steel Slip on Flanges
The stainless steel slip on flanges
slipped over the pipe then welded both inside and outside to provide
sufficient strength and prevent leakage. These stainless steel slip on
flanges are used in preference to weld necks by many users because of its
lower cost and the fact that less accuracy is required when cutting pipe to
Stainless Steel Lap Joint Flanges
Stainless steel lap joint flanges
similar to slip-on flanges, but it has a radius at the intersection of the
bore and the lap joint flanges face to accommodate a lap stub end. The face
on the stub end forms the gasket face of the flange. These stainless steel
lap joint flanges are used in applications where sections of piping systems
need to be dismantled quickly and easily for inspection or replacement.
Our clients can avail from us a wide range of reducing
tat is designed in compliance with international quality
standards. These reducing flanges are available in all types and pressures
and are widely used for pipe-to-pipe connections. The reducing flange
includes a flange with one specified diameter having a bore of a different
and smaller diameter. Except for the bore and hub dimensions, the reducing
flange will have dimensions of the larger pipe size. To increase the size of
the flange, these are used at the outlet side of the expansion joint. It is
the most economical method to make a transition in size.
Material Used :
- Corrosion resistance
- High strength
- Dimensional accuracy
- Fine finish
Types of Reducing Flanges :
- Carbon steel
- Stainless steel
- Alloy steel
- Cast iron
Uses of Reducing Flanges :
- Welding Neck
- Reducing flanges are a little easier to bolt up than non-reducing
- They provide the most perfect solution when you need to connect
different size flanges.
- These flanges are available in all types and pressures.
- Reducing flanges are fixed by welding, gluing or clamping flanges of
equal dimensions provided with different connecting pieces.
- They offer the simplest and least expensive method of mating two
different sized flanges.
- Alloy Steel : ASTM A 182, GR F1, F11, F22, F5, F9, F91
- Carbon Steel : ASTM A 105, ASTM A 181
- Copper Alloys : Copper, Brass & Gunmetal
- Nickel Alloys : Monel 400 & 500, Inconel 600 & 625,
Incolloy 800, 825, Hastelloy C22,C276
- Size : 1/8" NB TO 48"NB.
- Class : 150#, 300#, 400 #, 600#, 900#, 1500# & 2500 #
- ANSI : ANSI B16.5, ANSI B16.47, MSS SP44, ANSI B16.36, ANSI
- DIN : DIN2527, DIN2566, DIN2573, DIN2576, DIN2641, DIN2642,
DIN2655, DIN2656, DIN2627, DIN2628, DIN2629, DIN 2631, DIN2632, DIN2633,
DIN2634, DIN2635, DIN2636, DIN2637, DIN2638, DIN2673
- B.S : BS4504 , BS4504, BS1560, BS10