Alloy steel is a material grade that has been produced as several alloying elements are alloyed in it. Alloy Steel Outlets are forged at extreme temperatures allowing the components to showcase superior strength. These outlets play a pivotal role in reinforcing the branch connections from a run pipe to an outlet pipe. The Alloy steel Olets connect items at either 45 or 90 degrees turns. The olets are designed in different specifications, making them well suited for different applications.
The Alloy Steel Weldolet is one of the most popular types of olets that is part of the butt-weld fitting family. These olets are generally beveled in both directions allowing the run pipe to connect to the branch pipe on either side. They work well in high-pressure and elevated temperature applications. Alloy Steel Threadolet on the contrary, is designed for low-pressure applications. In these components, the branch pipe is screwed on the threadolet that is subsequently welded to a run pipe. Alloy Steel Sockolet is nearly identical to a threadolet and weldolet, but here the branch pipe is connected run pipe with a socket weld connection. These fittings can be availed in the same size or reduced sizes.
An Alloy Steel Coupolet has a very unique design geometry. These devices are seen in low-pressure applications and are manufactured with NPT female threads of class 300. They are seen in sprinkler systems and firefighting lines. The Alloy Steel Gr 5 Latrolet helps in branching the pipe at an angle of 45 degrees. These items are generally designed with a butt-weld connection that requires higher reinforcement. They can also be produced in socket weld or threaded connections in the classes 3000# and 6000#. Similarly, the Grade F9 Insertweldolet is a butt-weld connected outlet fitting that is seen in less critical applications. These components have higher toughness and resistance in different systems.