Our clients can avail from us a wide range of Reducing Flanges
that is designed in compliance with international quality standards.
These are available in all types and pressures and are widely used for
pipe-to-pipe connections. The reducing flange includes a flange with one
specified diameter having a bore of a different and smaller diameter.
Except for the bore and hub dimensions, the reducing flange will have
dimensions of the larger pipe size. To increase the size of the flange,
these are used at the outlet side of the expansion joint. It is the most
economical method to make a transition in size.
- Corrosion resistance
- High strength
- Dimensional accuracy
- Fine finish
- Carbon steel
- Stainless steel
- Alloy steel
- Cast iron
Types of Reducing Flanges:
- Welding Neck
- Uses of Reducing Flanges:
- Reducing flanges are a little easier to bolt up than non-reducing flanges.
- They provide the most perfect solution when you need to connect different size flanges.
- These flanges are available in all types and pressures.
flanges are fixed by welding, gluing or clamping flanges of equal
dimensions provided with different connecting pieces.
- They offer the simplest and least expensive method of mating two different sized flanges.
- Alloy Steel : ASTM A 182, GR F1, F11, F22, F5, F9, F91
- Carbon Steel : ASTM A 105, ASTM A 181
- Copper Alloys : Copper, Brass & Gunmetal
- Nickel Alloys : Monel 400 & 500, Inconel 600 & 625, Incolloy 800, 825, Hastelloy C22,C276
- Size : 1/8" NB TO 48"NB.
- Class : 150#, 300#,400 #,600#,900#, 1500# & 2500 #.
- ANSI : ANSI B16.5, ANSI B16.47, MSS SP44, ANSI B16.36, ANSI B16.48
: DIN2527, DIN2566, DIN2573, DIN2576, DIN2641, DIN2642, DIN2655,
DIN2656, DIN2627, DIN2628, DIN2629, DIN 2631, DIN2632, DIN2633, DIN2634,
DIN2635, DIN2636, DIN2637, DIN2638, DIN2673
- B.S : BS4504 , BS4504, BS1560, BS10