Execution according to ASTM A-182, ANSI B 16.5. Grades: 304/304L, 316/316L, A-105.
Other grades, other dimensions and other pressure ratings are available upon request.
Connection according to DIN 2642.
Execution according to: DIN 2632 / EN 1092-1, DIN 2633 / EN 1092-1, DIN 2635 / EN 1092-1, DIN 2576 / EN 1092-1, DIN 2527 / EN 1092-1, DIN 2566 / EN 1092-1 Our technical documentation of the EN 1092-1 is available upon request. Available ex European stock DIN 2631 / EN 1092-1, DIN 2634 / EN 1092-1, DIN 2636 / EN 1092-1, DIN 2637 / EN 1092-1, DIN 2638, DIN 2573 / EN 1092-1, DIN 2655 / EN 1092-1, DIN 2656 / EN 1092-1 Grades : 1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4404, 1.4571, 1.4539. Other grades and other dimensions are available upon request. Certificates: 3.18 on request.
A socket weld is a pipe attachment detail in which a pipe is inserted into a recessed area of a valve or fitting, and then fillet welded between its outside diameter and the fitting end. Generally used for piping whose nominal diameter is 2 inches (50 mm) or smaller.
The slip on flange has a low hub and slips onto the pipe prior to welding. Welding is carried out on the inside and outside to provide sufficient strength and prevent leakage. Slips on flanges are all bored slightly larger than the OD of the matching pipe to allow for the welds to hold. They are many times preferred over weld necks due to their lower cost, though net installation cost is often the same due to the additional welding.