Offered by our American Alloy Flange Division
The calculated strength from a Slip On flange under internal pressure is of the order of two-thirds that of Welding Neck flanges, and their life under fatigue is about one-third that of the latter.
The connection with the pipe is done with 2 fillet welds, as well at the outside as also at the inside of the flange. The X measure on the image, are approximately: Wall thickness of pipe + 0.118″ inches / 3 mm. This space is necessary, to do not damage the flange face, during the welding process. A disadvantage of the flange is, that principle always firstly a pipe must be welded and then just a fitting. A combination of flange and elbow or flange and tee is not possible, because named fittings have not a straight end, that complete slid in the Slip On flange.
American Alloy Flange offers Slip On Flanges from ½” – 24″ in most alloys.
Please visit our alloys page to see what materials are available for immediate production.
- B16.5 / B16.47
- ½” – 36″
- 150# – 2500#
- Series A & Series B
PRIMARY ALLOYS AVAILABLE
- Hastelloy – C276, B3, C22, C-2000, G-30, 230
- Alloy 20, 200/201, 400, 600, 601, 625, 800HT, 825
- AL6XN (N08367), 904L, 310, 317L, 321, 347
- Duplex Stainless – 2205, 2507, 255
- Titanium – Grades 2, 7, and 12
- Aluminum Grades – 1100, 3003, 6061 and 5083
- Chromes-Moly – F-5, F-9, F-11 and F-22
Other material available upon request
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