The planned forging of a new alloy, using variety of metals like steel which took up a major place in the constituent structure, led to the formation of Alloy steel. Alloy steels are briefly divided into Low Alloy steels and High Alloy steel, citing the inclusion of the amount of metals in its core structure. Various metals like boron, manganese, molybdenum, carbon and iron are added along to steel. The alloys exhibits various attributes like hardness, resistance to corrosion, temperature related hardness, depending on the kind and quantity of metals included within the alloy. The alloy is heat treated to increase its hardening properties.
Flanges forged from the alloy steel are widely used in supply systems, that propagate flow of various matter liquid or gases through them. Forged flanges are resistant to various external harsh chemicals like sulfuric and nitric acids, while reacting well to all forms of welding. Use of flanges is mostly done to joint two pipes together using bolted joints or welded points. The Flanges come in varying types like groove and tongue, blind forged fittings and spectacle forged fittings. Using Flanges ensures a firm joint between high flowing points of a supply. Specification :
ANSI Flanges, ASME Flanges, API, MSSP, BS Flanges, DIN Flanges, EN Flanges, NACE etc.
1/2″ (15 NB) to 48″ (1200NB)
ANSI/ASME B16.5, B 16.47 Series A & B, B16.48, BS4504, BS 10, EN-1092, DIN, etc
ASTM / ASME A 182 GR F 5, F 9, F 11, F 12, F 22, F 91.