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Category: Industrial Flanges

Yes, Blind Flanges can be customized with various facing types, materials, and dimensions to suit specific project requirements and industry standards.

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Expander Flanges are installed by welding the smaller pipe into the flange’s larger bore, ensuring a gradual transition between the two pipe sizes.

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The size of a Spectacle Blind Flange is determined based on the pipe size and pressure rating. It should match the pipe’s dimensions and withstand the operating conditions.

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The orifice size is determined based on the specific flow measurement requirements and the type of fluid being measured. It is crucial for accurate flow rate calculations.

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Tongue and Groove Flanges provide excellent alignment and prevent flange rotation, making them suitable for systems with thermal expansion and contraction.

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Exhaust Flanges are used in automotive and industrial exhaust systems to connect exhaust pipes to other components like mufflers or exhaust manifolds, ensuring a sealed and secure connection.

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IBR Flanges are flanges manufactured in compliance with the Indian Boiler Regulations (IBR). These regulations ensure the safety and quality of boiler and pressure vessel components used in India.

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Male & Female Flanges, also known as M&F Flanges, have a unique design where one flange face has a raised ring (male) and the other has a corresponding groove (female). They are used in applications requiring a secure and aligned connection.

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Paddle Blind Flanges are solid, non-moving discs used to block off sections of a pipeline or vessel for maintenance or inspection purposes. They provide a positive shut-off and help maintain system integrity.

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Ring Spacer and Spades Ring Spacer Flanges are used to isolate sections of a pipeline or vessel temporarily. They are installed between two flanges and prevent the flow of fluids while allowing for visual inspection or maintenance.

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Slip On Flanges, abbreviated as SORF, have a flat face and a bore that fits over the pipe. They are easy to install by sliding them onto the pipe and welding them in place.

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Slip On Flanges are easy to align and install, making them a cost-effective choice for less demanding applications. However, they may not be suitable for high-pressure or high-temperature environments.

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Socket Weld Flanges offer a smooth bore and excellent flow characteristics, making them suitable for critical fluid handling systems. They are also relatively easy to install.

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Weld Neck Flanges provide excellent structural integrity, reducing the risk of leakage and offering better support for the pipe. They are also ideal for situations requiring frequent disassembly.

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  • FF stands for Flat Face.
  • RF stands for Raised Face.
  • RTJ stands for Ring Type Joint.

These terms describe the surface finish and sealing characteristics of flanges. FF has a flat, smooth face, RF has a raised face with a gasket sealing surface, and RTJ has a groove to accommodate a ring gasket for high-pressure applications.

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When choosing a Reducing Flange, it’s essential to consider the pressure rating, material compatibility, and the specific pipe sizes being connected.

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A B16.36 Orifice Union Flange is designed specifically for orifice metering applications. It provides a means to install and remove orifice plates for accurate flow measurement.

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A Blind Flange, abbreviated as BLRF, is a solid disk-shaped flange with no bore. It is used to block off the end of a pipe or a vessel, providing closure and preventing the flow of fluid.

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A Companion Flange is typically used to connect two pipes of the same size and material. It is commonly used in pipeline systems to provide a secure and leak-free connection.

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A Flangeolet is a specialty flange with an integral welded olet branch connection. It is used for connecting a branch pipe or tube to a main pipeline, often in applications where a reinforced branch connection is necessary.

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A Galvanized Flange, abbreviated as Gi Flange, is a flange that has been coated with a layer of zinc to protect it from corrosion. It is commonly used in outdoor or corrosive environments.

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A Nipoflange or Nipolet Flange is another type of branch connection flange that combines a flange and a branch outlet. They are designed to simplify the connection of smaller pipes or tubes to larger pipelines.

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A Plate Flange is a flat, circular flange with no raised face or protrusions. They are often used in low-pressure applications, such as plumbing and water supply systems.

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A Reducing Flange is designed to connect pipes of different diameters. It has a larger bore on one end and a smaller bore on the other, allowing for the transition between pipe sizes.

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A Ring Type Joint Flange, commonly known as RTJ Flange, is designed with a groove and ring gasket to create a metal-to-metal, high-pressure, and high-temperature seal. It’s widely used in demanding applications.

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A Socket Weld Flange, abbreviated as SWRF, is a type of flange that is welded directly to the pipe’s end. It has a socket-like connection for the pipe to fit into, providing a strong and leak-resistant joint.

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A Spectacle Blind Flange is a special type of flange used to temporarily or permanently block off a pipe. It consists of two metal discs connected by a handle, allowing one disc to be rotated to block the flow.

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A Spool Flange is a short, straight piece of pipe with flanges on both ends. It is used to connect different components of a pipeline, such as valves, pumps, or instruments, allowing for easy installation and removal.

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A Studding Outlet Flange is designed to provide a reinforced threaded connection point on a pipeline for bolting other components, such as valves or equipment.

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A Swivel Ring Flange is designed to allow for the rotation of flange faces independently, which can help accommodate misalignment or movement in piping systems.

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A Threaded Flange is a type of flange with internal threads designed to screw onto the external threads of a pipe or fitting, creating a secure and sealed connection without welding.

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A Tongue and Groove Flange features a protruding “tongue” on one flange face and a matching “groove” on the other. When two flanges are bolted together, the tongue fits into the groove, providing alignment and a secure seal.

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A Weld Neck Flange, abbreviated as WNRF (Weld Neck Raised Face) or WNFF (Weld Neck Flat Face), is a type of flange designed for high-pressure and critical applications. It has a long neck that is welded to the pipe, providing strength and better flow control.

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A Weldoflange or Weldolet Flange is a combination of a flange and a branch connection, allowing a smaller pipe or tube to be connected to a larger one through a weld. They are commonly used in piping systems for branch connections.

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A Wire Seal Flange features a groove where a wire or seal can be placed to create a secure, leak-resistant connection. It is commonly used in applications where sealing integrity is crucial.

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An Expander Flange, also known as a “Van Stone” flange, is used to transition between two different pipe sizes. It has a larger diameter than the pipe it connects to, gradually expanding the bore.

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An Orifice Flange is designed for measuring the flow rate of gases or liquids through a pipe. It features a small hole (orifice) that can be equipped with a flow meter or other measurement devices.

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Backing Ring Flanges, also known as Backup Rings, are used in combination with other flanges to provide reinforcement and support, especially in applications where flange joints may experience high stress or temperature fluctuations.

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Bleed, Drip & Vent Ring Flanges are used to create access points for bleeding, dripping, or venting excess fluids or gases from a pipeline. They help prevent overpressure and ensure safe operation.

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RTJ gaskets are often made from soft iron, stainless steel, or other materials suitable for the specific application’s conditions.

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Proper threading alignment and the use of thread sealants or tape are essential to prevent leaks in threaded connections. Regular inspection and maintenance are also recommended.

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Custom Flanges are designed and manufactured to meet specific project requirements that standard flanges cannot accommodate. They are used when unique dimensions, materials, or configurations are needed.

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Blind Flanges are used in piping systems where temporary or permanent closure of a pipeline is required. They are often used for pressure testing and maintenance.

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Expander Flanges are frequently used in pipelines where a change in pipe size is needed without the use of reducers. They facilitate smooth flow transitions.

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Orifice Flanges are commonly used in industries like chemical processing, water treatment, and oil and gas to accurately monitor fluid flow rates.

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Reducing Flanges are used in pipelines and systems where it’s necessary to join pipes of varying sizes while maintaining fluid flow efficiency.

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RTJ Flanges are commonly found in industries like oil and gas, where extreme pressure and temperature conditions require a robust sealing solution.

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Slip On Flanges are commonly used in low-pressure and non-critical applications, such as water supply systems and pipelines.

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Socket Weld Flanges are frequently used in applications involving small-bore pipes and high-pressure systems, such as petrochemical and chemical industries.

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Spectacle Blind Flanges are primarily used in pipelines where isolation or maintenance is required. They are common in oil and gas industries and refineries.

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Threaded Flanges are used in low-pressure applications where ease of assembly and disassembly is important, such as plumbing systems and small-diameter pipelines.

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These flanges are commonly used in applications requiring precise alignment and leak-free connections, such as heat exchangers and certain types of pipe systems.

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Weld Neck Flanges are often used in industries such as petrochemical, oil and gas, and power generation, where high-pressure and high-temperature conditions are prevalent.

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