Several governing specifications exist for a wide variety of industrial steel flanges, and each have their own suitability for our customers’ applications. Here at Texas Flange, our most popular product lines include ASME/ANSI flanges, API flanges, AWWA flanges, and DIN flanges. Let’s dive a bit deeper below.
Deutsches Institut fur Normung developed a metric standard for flanges and fittings which are most commonly used as an ANSI equivalent for Europe, as well as pressure vessels being sent to foreign markets Read more...
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We continue to offer replacements for legacy systems or new applications that don’t require B16.47 or AWWA flanges. Note that the Blinds are provided “to match” either slip on or weld neck flanges, so if you’re looking for blinds by themselves, we’ll need to know with which type they’re being paired.
Flange Specification and Identification
- Flange Types and Facings: Flanges are categorized based on types like 'weld-neck RTJ' or 'socket-weld RF,' along with corresponding RTJ gasket dimensions per ASME B16.5 standards.
- Standards: Fundamental flange dimensions adhere to ASME B16.5, BS 1560, DIN, or API 6A.
- Nominal Pipe Size (NPS): NPS is a dimensionless label that defines the nominal size of pipes, fittings, or nozzles, denoted as NPS 4 or NPS 6.
- mples include Classes 150, 300, 900, and 1500.
Texas Flange stocks a wide variety of flanges in all sizes and specifications.