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Looking For A Flange That Falls Outside Of An Industry Specification?

 

Custom Steel Adaptor Flange  

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While our focus since 1986 has been primarily flanges for petrochemical, water works, and other standard industrial applications, we at Texas Flange also supply flanges to customers with unique requirements and/or who require non-specification flanges for diverse projects. 

Texas Flange provides custom pipe fittings and industrial flanges to clients on a daily basis. We offer custom and non-spec flanges to customers in Canada, Mexico, South America, as well as to clients in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.

However, for commonly produced or proprietary parts designed for other industries, we do recommend that you speak to distributors with more familiarity with these particular types of flanges. For example, if you are in the automotive industry, bath/kitchen remodeling and installation, looking for replacement parts for consumer goods, or any other industry with parts designed and provided by specific companies, we recommend speaking with those distributors who can better assist you in finding the parts you need.

For those customers who require flanges that are within an existing industry specification, such as ANSI / ASME / API / DIN / JIS ETC..., we are more than happy to provide what you are looking for. Depending on the pressure class & nominal pipe size (among other variables), we likely have what you need in stock! 

If you cannot find your flanges through one of these channels, send us your technical drawing, along with your required dimensions, and we will review it for you. We have or can make the flanges you need!

Call us Monday-Friday 8-5 CST 1-800-826-3801, or e-mail us anytime at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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