What is the difference between a bolt hole pattern and a bolt circle diameter in ASME B16.5 flange?
The bolt hole pattern is the arrangement & number of bolt holes in a circular pattern. The bolt circle diameter is the diameter of the imaginary circle passing through the centers of the bolt holes. ASME B16.5 flange manufacturer in UAE uses it as a reference for positioning & aligning the flange during installation. This ASME b16.5 flange dimensions ensure accurate bolt hole alignment with the mating flange or equipment.
How do you read a dimension and weight chart for ANSI B16.5 flange?
What are the different testing requirements for exporting ASME B16.5 material?
What is the typical price difference between standard and custom-made B16.5 flanges?
Custom-made flanges are specifically manufactured to meet unique requirements. This can include non standard ansi b16 5 class 1500 flange dimensions, special materials or unique designs. Due to the additional time, effort and resources involved in producing custom B16.5 flanges, they tend to be more expensive than standard flanges. The extent of the price difference can depend on factors like the complexity of customization, quantity ordered and market conditions.
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ASME B16.5 Flange
|Specifications||ASME B16.5 Flange|
|Available Packing||Packing In Plywood Box And Plywood Pallet|
|Testing||Hydrostatic testing machine
Magnetic particle detector
UI trasonic flaw detector
electric bevelling machine
|Schedule||SCH 5S To XXS|
|Material|| Stainless Steel 304, 304L, 316, 316L,
Alloy Steel, A182 F5, F9, F11, F22, F91
Carbon Steel A105, A105N, A350 LF2, A694,
Aluminium, Copper, Copper Nickel, Nickel Alloy, Inconel, Monel, Hastelloy
|Sizes||1/2″ through 24″|
|Class||150 To 2500|
|Methods Of Forging||Casting
|Manufacturing Productivity||1000 ton per month|
|Transportation In||Air & Ocean and Land|
|Supporting Material For Flanges||Gasket/ Ring Joint/ Flanges Bolts|
|Supply Ability||800 Ton Per Month|
|Description||Price In US ($)|
|3/4 Inch, Class 300, SCH 160, WNRF, ASME B16.5||US $19.36 Per PCS|
|1/2", 300LB, SCH 160, SWRF,||US $10.61 Per PCS|
|FLANGES, 3/4, Class 300, SCH160, WNRF, ANSI B16.5||US $15.30 Per PCS|
|1/2 inch, 300#, SCH 160, WNRF, ASME B16.5||US $11.88 Per PCS|
|LWNRF, NPS 1.5 (DN40) X 18 MM THK X CLASS 600 ASME B16.5 HUB OD 70 MM X ID 34||US $244.40 Per KG|
|1.1/2NB 300LB SCH XS, WELD NECK FLANGES, ASME B16.5||US $29.80 Per KG|
|FLANGES 2 1/2, 1500, SCH 120, WNRF, ASME B16.5||US $16.22 Per PCS|
|3/4 Inch, Class 300, BLIND, RF, ASME B16.5||US $15.30 Per PCS|
|LWNRF, NPS 2 (DN 50) X 19.5 MM THK X CLASS 600 ASME B16.5 HUB OD 84 MM X ID 45||US $227.48 Per KG|
|3/4, Class 300, SCH 160, WNRF, ASME B16.5||US $10.61 Per PCS|
ASME B16.5 Reducing Flange
ASME B16.5 Class 1500 Flange
ASME B16.5 Class 2500 Flange
Forged Flanges Equivalent
|Stainless steel forging|
|Carbon steel forging|
|Alloy Special Steel Forging|
What are the different types of bolting used with ASME B16.5 standard pipe flanges?
What is the role of quality control in forged steel flange, and how is it ensured?
Quality control ensures the reliability & performance of forged steel flanges. It involves implementing systematic processes and procedures. This is to monitor & evaluate the flanges' characteristics and adherence to specified standards. Some quality control measures followed by forged flanges manufacturers are visual inspection, dimensional verification, non destructive testing, material inspection, etc.
Quality control is ensured through strict adherence to established standards & procedures, trained and qualified personnel and regular audits & inspections. Compliance with relevant industry standards also helps maintain the quality of the flanges. Manufacturers often have quality management systems to further ensure consistent quality control practices.
How does the wall thickness affect the pressure rating of a ASME flange standard?
The wall thickness of asme flange standard plays a significant role in determining its pressure rating. In ASME B16.5, the pressure rating of a flange is classified based on different pressure classes. The wall thickness of a flange affects its strength and ability to withstand pressure. Thicker walls provide more material and structural integrity, allowing the flange to handle higher pressure loads. As the pressure rating increases, the required wall thickness of the flange also increases. This helps to ensure its integrity and prevent failure under pressure.