Best Slip on Flanges – Features, Types and Uses

Slip on Flanges

slip on flange

Viha Steel & Forging is the leading Slip On Flanges Manufacturer, Dealer, and Exporter in India. Slip-on flanges are less expensive and therefore desired by many contractors. The product maintains a high level of strength and can withstand weakness similar to that of a weld-neck flange. After mounting to the end of a pipe or pipe fitting, the slip-on flange may be useful. The product can be easily inserted, or the pipe’s end can be easily set back by the thickness of the pipe wall plus 1/8 inch. It allows for simple installation without exerting too much effort or causing damage to the flange face. The flange’s outer surface is welded with a fillet weld.

 

Features of Slip-on flanges 

There are flanges that are less expensive. They have a low hub because the pipe is slipped into the flange before welding. Internally and externally, these slip-on flanges are simple to align and weld.

 

Types of Slip-on flanges

The Slip-On Reducing Flange, raised face slip-on flange, and RTJ slip-on flange are all examples of Slip-on flanges. The flange can be used to reduce the line size and restrict the amount of space available.

These flanges are used in combination with the weld neck flange and reducer. When the flow is guided from a smaller to a larger scale, they are useful. Internally and externally, Slip-On flanges are welded. Welding provides them with the ability to avoid leakage while still providing adequate power.

 

Uses of Slip-on flanges

Slip-on flanges are usually used for fluids that operate at low pressure. These flanges often perform well and have a low risk of leakage. Cooling water lines, firefighting water lines, and low-pressure compressed airlines all benefit from these flanges. 

Slip-on flanges are also suitable for use in process lines to maintain the flow of steam, oil, gas, condensates, and other fluids. These flanges are suitable for systems with low pressure and high temperatures.

Slip On Flange Application And Uses

  • Slip On Flange for Textile Machinery
  • ASME B16.9 Slip On Flange for Chemicals Industry
  • Slip On Flange for Power Plants Industry
  • ANSI B16.5 Slip On Flange for Oil and Gas Processing
  • Slip On Pipe Flange for Pharmaceuticals Industry
  • EN 1092-1 Slip On Flange for Water treatment facilities
  • Slip On Flange for Desalination
  • PN16 Slip On Flange for Pulp and Paper Industry
  • ASME B16.9 Slip On Flange for Construction
  • Slip On Forged Flange for Refinery & Petrochemicals
  • Slip On Flange for Energy Industries

Slip On Flanges Dimensions

ANSI/ASME/ASA B16.5 150lb/sq.in. Flanges SO-RF
ø
D
b
g
m
J
h
k
Holes
l
Kg.
1/2″
88,9
11,1
34,9
30,2
22,3
15,9
60,3
4
15,9
0,400
3/4″
98,4
12,7
42,9
38,1
27,7
15,9
69,8
4
15,9
0,700
1″
107,9
14,3
50,8
49,2
34,5
17,5
79,4
4
15,9
0,800
1 1/4″
117,5
15,9
63,5
58,8
43,2
20,6
88,9
4
15,9
1,100
1 1/2″
127,0
17,5
73,0
65,1
49,5
22,2
98,4
4
15,9
1,400
2″
152,4
19,0
92,1
77,8
62,0
25,4
120,6
4
19,0
2,200
2 1/2″
177,8
22,2
104,8
90,5
74,7
28,6
139,7
4
19,0
3,600
3″
190,5
23,8
127,0
107,9
90,7
30,2
152,4
4
19,0
4,100
3 1/2″
215,9
23,8
139,7
122,2
103,4
31,7
177,8
8
19,0
5,200
4″
228,6
23,8
157,2
134,9
116,1
33,3
190,5
8
19,0
5,600
5″
254,0
23,8
185,7
163,6
143,8
36,5
215,9
8
22,2
6,300
6″
279,4
25,4
215,9
192,1
170,7
39,7
241,3
8
22,2
7,500
8″
342,9
28,6
269,9
246,1
221,5
44,4
298,4
8
22,2
12,600
10″
406,4
30,2
323,8
304,8
276,3
49,2
361,9
12
25,4
18,500
12″
482,6
31,7
381,0
365,1
327,1
55,6
431,8
12
25,5
28,000
14″
533,4
34,9
412,7
400,0
359,1
57,1
476,2
12
28,6
36,000
16″
596,9
36,5
469,9
457,2
410,5
63,5
539,7
16
28,6
46,000
18″
635,0
39,7
533,4
504,8
461,8
68,3
577,8
16
31,7
50,000
20″
698,5
42,9
584,2
558,8
513,1
73,0
635,0
20
31,7
64,000
22″
749,3
46,0
641,2
609,6
564,4
79,4
692,1
20
34,9
72,000
24″
812,8
47,6
692,1
663,6
615,9
82,5
749,3
20
34,9
89,000

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