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Slip on Flange

Slip on Flange

A slip-on flange is a type of flange that is made to fit over the end of a pipe or fitting. It is then welded in place to make a strong link that won’t leak. Bolt holes surround the slip-on flange’s flat, round face, allowing you to attach it to another flange or piece of machinery. One of the best things about slip-on flanges is their easy implementation. Compared to other flanges, they are easy to put in place. The slip-on design makes it easy to slide the flange over the pipe or fitting, so there’s no need for perfect alignment when putting it in place. It makes the process go faster and takes less work. Slip-on flanges are also a good choice because they are easy to install and require less time and materials.
Slip-on flanges are flexible and can be used for many different things. They are often used in systems with low pressure, like water supply lines, plumbing systems, and industrial uses that could be more important. But it’s important to remember that slip-on flanges might not be good for high-pressure or high-temperature uses because they might not be as strong or sealed as other flanges. Slip-on Flanges also make welding easier, which is a big plus. The flange is easy to weld both inside and outside, making for a strong and secure link. The welding method helps ensure the joint won’t leak, improving the system’s overall strength. Slip-on flanges have a smooth flow path because they don’t have a raised face or a flange ring that sticks out. It reduces noise and pressure drop. It can be helpful in situations where you want fluids or gases to move smoothly. Alignment is very important for the system to work well and last long. Slip-on flanges are easy to line up because of how they are made. The flange is easy to line up with the pipe or equipment it will be connected to. It makes the installation process easier and less likely to cause leaks or misalignments. Slip-on flanges have some benefits, but they also have some drawbacks. Because of how they are made, they might not be good for high-pressure or high-temperature uses. In these situations, other types of flanges may be better, like weld neck flanges or socket weld flanges, which offer a stronger and more secure link. Slip-on flanges are common for low-pressure uses because they are easy to install, inexpensive, and weld. When placed correctly, they make a safe connection that won’t leak. They can be used in a wide range of situations. Before choosing a flange type, it is important to consider the system’s unique needs, such as pressure and temperature. It is best to talk to a qualified engineer or flange specialist to ensure the right flange is chosen for a certain purpose.

Slip on Flange Specifications

Dimensions : ANSI B16.5, ANSI B16.47 Series A & B, MSS SP44, ASA, API-605, AWWA, Custom Drawings
Size : 1/2″ (15 NB) to 48″ (1200NB)
Class : 150 LBS, 300 LBS, 600 LBS, 900 LBS, 1500 LBS, 2500 LBS, DIN Standard ND-6,10, 16, 25, 40 Etc.
DIN : DIN2527, DIN2566, DIN2573, DIN2576, DIN2641, DIN2642, DIN2655, DIN2656, DIN2627, DIN2628, DIN2629, DIN 2631, DIN2632, DIN2633, DIN2634, DIN2635, DIN2636,DIN2637, DIN2638, DIN2673
BS : BS4504 , BS4504, BS1560, BS10
Flange Face Type : Flate Face (FF), Raised Face (RF), Ring Type Joint (RTJ)

Material & Grades of Slip On Flange

Stainless Steel Slip On Flange :
ASTM A 182, A 240 F 304, 304L, 304H, 316, 316L, 316Ti, 310, 310S, 321, 321H, 317, 347, 347H, 904L
Duplex & Super Duplex Steel Slip On Flange :
ASTM / ASME A/SA 182 F 44, F 45, F51, F 53, F 55, F 60, F 61
Carbon Steel Slip On Flange :
ASTM / ASME A/SA 105 ASTM / ASME A 350 , ASTM A 181 LF 2 / A516 Gr.70 A36, A694 F42, F46, F52, F60, F65, F706
Low Temperature Carbon Steel Slip on Flange : ASTM A350, LF2, LF3
Alloy Steel Slip On Flanges :
ASTM / ASME A/SA 182 & A 387 F1, F5, F9, F11, F12, F22, F91
Copper Alloy Steel Slip On Flange : ASTM SB 61 , SB62 , SB151 , SB152 UNS No. C 70600 (Cu-Ni 90/10), C 71500 (Cu-Ni 70/30), UNS No. C 10100, 10200, 10300, 10800, 12000, 12200
Nickel Alloy Slip On Flange :
ASTM SB564, SB160, SB472, SB162 Nickel 200 (UNS No. N02200), Nickel 201 (UNS No. N02201), Monel 400 (UNS No. N04400), Monel 500 (UNS No. N05500), Inconel 800 (UNS No. N08800), Inconel 825 (UNS No. N08825), Inconel 600 (UNS No. N06600), Inconel 625 (UNS No. N06625), Inconel 601 (UNS No. N06601), Hastelloy C 276 (UNS No. N10276), Alloy 20 (UNS No. N08020)

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