Flanges are devices that are used to connect piping components of different sizes and shapes in the industry. Alloy Steel Flanges are a versatile grade of flanges that are designed with iron and carbon as their primary constituents. The content of alloys in the As Flanges helps influence their corrosion and oxidation resistance properties. These flanges are generally alloyed with alloys ranging from 1% to 50% in the system. The Alloy Steel F22 Flanges are low alloy grades that are designed containing a 2.25% content of chromium in the composition. These flanges are easily deep-hardened and are heat-treatable. Alloy Steel A182 F91 Flanges are pressurized vessel grades that provide stability to different piping fixtures during the vigorous flow of media through them.
The ASME Sa182 Grade F11 Blind Flange is a pressurized vessel grade that is designed without a face type or a boring center. These flanges resist the flow of highly corrosive and pressurized fluids in the system. They are generally bolted but can be permanently closed with welds. A Gr. 9 Weld Neck Flange is one of the strongest flange types in the industry. These flanges have a long tapered hub and provide stability to the piping fixtures during the movement of gases and fluids in the system. The ASTM A182 F22 Slip On Flange is a cost-effective flange in the industry. These flanges are slid on the piping component and are subsequently welded using one or more fillet welds. They are seen in low-pressure and temperature applications.
The versatile ASTM A182 F91 Socket Weld Flange has a socket in which the piping fixture is placed and subsequently welded using a single fillet weld. These flanges are commonly seen in small pipes of high pressure. An A182 Grade 5 Rtj Flange is a high-pressure grade that has deep grooves cut around its metallic ring face. These flanges utilize a gasket under compression to secure the fixture. ASTM A182 F1 Lap Joint is made up of a stub end and a ring-type sealing element. The joint moves easily around the piping component and prevent corrosion to take place in the system.