United Force Industry is a popular manufacturer, supplier, and exporter of Carbon Steel Flanges, around the world.
A flange is an outer or inner edge, or edge (lip), for power, like an iron plate flange, such as an I-beam or a T-beam; or for attachment to another component, such as a flange at the end of a screw, a steam lever, etc, or a camera lens mount; or a railcar flange or tram wheel flange.
Types of Carbon Steel Flanges
- Welding neck flange– These flanges are popular for their long tapered neck; with the accompanying wire, their end is welded to the bottom. The internal diameter of the pipe is similar to that of the flange. It is used in extreme jobs, where high stresses are applied.
- Sliding flanges – The tube penetrates the cube of the same in this form of Carbon Steel Flanges without touching the plane of the touch face to which it is connected using internal and external welding seams. Due to the lower accuracy of the tube life and better positioning flexibility, it can be considered simpler than the neck flange Its mechanical condition is generally good for strength and exhaustion, but much weaker than the neck-straps.
- Blind flanges– They are designed to cover the ends of the tubing, valves, or tube openings, due to various operating pressures. This form of WPHY 42 fittings is, from a technological point of view, the one capable of withstanding the most extreme working conditions.
- Threaded flanges– Although they do not have welding characteristics, they make assembly quick and easy. It is used for specific applications (e.g. in pipes where there are high atmospheric pressures and temperatures).
Characteristic of Carbon Steel Flanges
There are different diameters Carbon Steel Flanges are popular because of their cheap cost and easy installation. Another advantage of Carbon Steel flanges is that they can also be used as connecting flanges when working with Type B and Type C ends.
And low-pressure models to choose from. Unlike weld-neck flanges, they do not have a neck to rest on the pipe and therefore require double welding.
- Low Cost.
- Easy assembly and installation.
- They take up minimal vertical flange space.
- They are available in a wide range of diameters.