Big size astm a105 carbon steel slip on 150# pipe flanges
A105 flange supplier
Flange is a part of
the connection between the shaft and the shaft, which is used to connect the ends of the pipe. It is also used in the flange of the import and export of the equipment, which is used to connect the two equipment.
A105 Flange DESCRIPTION
Flange is a part of the connection between the shaft and the shaft, which is used to connect the ends of the pipe. A105 Flange is also used in the flange of the import and export of the equipment, which is used to connect the two equipment.
Product information of A105 Flange supplier
Produce name A105 Flange supplier
Standard EN, ASME, ANSI, DIN, KS, JIS, GB, ISO
Material stainless steel, carbon steel, alloy steel
Size 1/2"-100", DN15-DN2000
Pressure PN1.0-PN420, Class150-2500
Surface Clear, Bright, Brushing
Packing Steel Pallet, Plywood, wooden Pallets
Origin Made in China, Hebei
Species More Than 300 Kinds For Choice
Production process of A105 Flange
Our company's flange manufacturing process is divided into two kinds: Casting flange and forging flange
Forged flange is generally lower carbon content than cast flange and is not easy to rust. The forging has good streamline, compact structure and better mechanical properties than cast flange.
Forgings can bear higher shear force and tensile force than castings.
The advantages of casting are that it can produce more complex shape and lower cost.
The forging has the advantages of uniform internal structure and no harmful defects such as pores and inclusions in the casting.
The process of forging flange is generally composed of the following processes, i.e. blanking, heating, forming and cooling after forging. The forging process includes free forging, die forging and die forging. In production, different forging methods are selected according to the forging quality and production batch.
We supply flange for chemical engineering, flange for petroleum, flange for refrigeration
The general processing and manufacturing procedures of flange are: purchase of raw materials → cutting and blanking → solid solution → forging and forming → lathe finishing.