Forged Machined Flanges
We manufacture various type of steel flanges, pipe flanges, steel pipe flanges, stainless steel pipe flanges, stainless steel flanges as per customer recognized material standard (ASME/ANSI/DIN). The flanges are also manufactured as per customer specific requirement/ drawings.
Lap Joint Flanges
Lap Joint Flanges, while requiring a separate end connector, provides a joint in which the product does not come in contact with the flange. In addition the ability of the flange to rotate simplifies assembly and alignment of bolting on systems requiring frequent dismantling.
Slip-On Welding Flanges
Slip-On Welding Flanges are popular for normal service conditions because of the ease of fit up and alignment and the greater tolerance permissible in cutting the pipe to length.
Recommended fabrication practice is to weld at both the flange hub and the pipe end.
Socket Welding Flanges
Socket Welding Flanges are widely used for moderate services, particularly in the smaller sizes, because of the ease of fit-up and alignment. Although usually welded at the flange hub only, the pole end may also be welded without having to reface the flange. The end weld can be ground to provide a smooth bore.
Flanges Threaded Flanges
Threaded Flanges are widely used because no welding equipment is required for assembly and both the pipe and flange can be completely salvaged upon dismantling. Accurately cut, clean, tapered pipe thread dimensioned to ANSI A2.1 Pipe threads assure strong, tight joints.
Welding Neck Flanges
Welding Neck Flanges are designed to be butt welded to the pipe. The long tapered hub reinforces the flange, permits stress- relieving, magnafluxing or x-raying the weld, when required and removes the flange face from the heat affected zone.
These advantages make Welding Neck flanges particularly suitable for severe service involving high pressure, extreme temperatures or hazardous fluids. Production capability
|Dimensional Standard||Size Range||Rating|
|ASME / ANSI / B16.5||½” to 24”||Class 150 to 2500 Lbs|
|MSS-SP-44||12” to 60”||Class 150 to 900 Lbs|
|ASME / B16.47 / API 605||26” to 60”||-|
|ASME / ANSI / B16.36||1” to 24”||Class 300 to 2500 Lbs|
|BS 3293||26” to 48”||Class 150 to 600 Lbs|
|ASME / B16.48 / API 590||½” to 24”||Class 150 to 2500 Lbs|
|API 6A||2 1/16” to 30”||2000 Psi to 20000 Psi|
|DIN||DN10 to DN3600||PN6 to PN 160|
|EN 1092-1||DN10 to DN3600||PN6 to PN 160|
Material Specifications :
- Stainless Steel : ASTM A182304/304L/304H, 316/316L/316H,317/317L/317H, 321/321H, 347/347H, 316TI
- Duplex : ASTM A182 F51, F60
- Super Duplex : ASTM A182 F53, F55
- Nickel Alloys : Alloy 20,Hastealloy C276, Monel 400, Alloy 625, 800, 825, 600
- Alloy Steel : ASTM A182 F1, F5, F6, F9, F11, F22, F91
- Carbon Steel : ASTM A105 / SA 266, ST37.2 / C22 / C22.8
- Low Temp Steel : SA 350 LF2
- High Yield Steel : ASTM F694 F50, F52, F60
- DIN / EN : 1.4404, 1.4401, 1.4541, 1.4571, 1.4306, 1.4307,1.4301, 1.5415, 1.7380, 1.7335, 1.0460, 1.4462