Pipe Fitting Equipments: Flanges, Weld neck, Slip-On, Long Neck, Anchor Type In Carbon, Stainless And Alloy Steel

Here is the list of Pipe Fitting Equipments:

1. Flanges

A flange is a method of connecting pipes, valves, pumps and other equipment to form a piping system. It also provides easy access for cleaning, inspection or modification.

Flanges are usually welded or screwed. Flanged joints are made by bolting together two flanges with a gasket between them to provide a seal.

Flange

Flange

2. Weld’s neck

Weld Neck pipe flanges are commonly produced and stocked in several different materials. They are often referred to as Butt Weld Flanges.

When joining these to pipe, the “neck” is butted up to the pipe and welded, similar to welding two pieces of pipe together.

Weld Neck

Weld Neck

 

3. Slip-on

Slip-On Pipe Flanges. They’re manufactured with an inside diameter that is slightly bigger than the pipe’s outside diameter.

These attachments are connected to the pipe via fillet weld at the top and bottom of the flange. Slip-on pipe flanges are typically provided with a raised or flat face.

Slip-on

Slip-On

4. Long Neck

The long neck guides the pipe into the flange itself and provides reinforcement that a standard weld neck flange cannot.

Long weld-neck flanges also are used in situations expansion bends or changes the pipe because of the high pressure.

long-neck

long-neck

5. Anchor Type In Carbon

A wide variety of carbon anchor options are available to you, such as wall anchor, concrete anchor.

Anchor Type In Carbon

Anchor Type In Carbon

6. Anchor Type In Stainless Steel

STAINLESS STEEL ANCHORS: In stone masonry, many metals can cause staining, so austenitic chromium-nickel (18-8) stainless steel (ASTM A167, Type 304) is most commonly used.
stainless steel anchor

Stainless Steel Anchor

7. Anchor Type In Alloy Steel

A wide variety of Alloy steel anchor options are available to you.

Alloy Steel Anchor

Alloy Steel Anchor

 

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