Steel forgings are made out of alloying carbon and the iron. Forged steel is the produced under extremely high, yet accurate, pressure. It has better ductility than other manufactured steel, possesses fatigue strength, more tensile, has an advanced grain and structure, and has less surface porosity.
They are usually come in two different forms – Forged Threaded Fittings and a Forged Socket Weld Fittings. And further, these are a sub-categorised divided into the different types such as Elbow, Tee, Union, Cross, Coupling, Cap, Bush, and Plug.
Forged steel is the stronger and a more reliable than castings because the grain flow of solid steel piece is the altered to conform to the shape of the part in the die. Because of this, forging provides a uniformity of the structure and a composition of finished part.
Forged fittings also provides a degree of structural integrity that is unmatched by other metalworking processes. Forging eliminates internal voids and the gas pockets that can weaken metal parts. By dispersing segregation of the alloys or a nonmetallics, forging provides a superior chemical uniformity.
Strong and reliable. No other metalworking processes can ensure the superior strength of the forged metal parts. The high strength is the result of tight grain and structure of the forged metal. The strength , reliability, and ductility of the forged products go beyond the casted, fabricated and a welded products.
Forgings offer more consistent, and a better metallurgical properties. Selective heating and non-uniform cooling that is occur in the welding can yield such undesirable metallurgical properties as inconsistent grain structure. In use, of a welded seam may act as a metallurgical notch that can be the lead to part failure. Forgings have no internal voids that can cause to unexpected failure under stress or a impact.
Forgings are stronger. Welded structures are not usually free of a porosity. Any strength benefit gained from the welding or a fastening standard rolled products can be the lost by poor welding and joining practice. The grain orientation is achieved in a forging makes stronger parts.
The High Pressure of Forged Fittings are used in the many applications where high temperatures is required. It is used in a high-pressure fluid or a gas transportation from the one place to another.
Because of this property, it is widely used in a many sectors of the petrochemical and the gas production.
At a high temperature, it has outstanding welding and forming properties, making it ideal for the use in many operations and where it must be 500 degrees Celsius. Making pharmaceutical types of equipment is any other industry where it can be used in making vessels, oil or refining equipment, etc.
The high pressure of forged fittings is the high quality are manufactured using the best quality raw materials and to be used in variety of applications. Forged fittings are finished in with the unique consistency and a reliability for long life of a high pressure and zero defects.
Some other industries where these fittings can be used in making pharmaceutical types of the making vessels, equipment, oil refinery equipment, etc.
These are just a few of many materials that can be used in to make forged fittings. The specific material that is used will depend on the specific application and the required mechanical properties.
|Carbon Steel A105||0.25-0.35||0.60-0.90||0.040 max||0.050 max||0.15-0.30||0.20-0.35||-||-||-|
|Stainless Steel 304||0.08-0.19||2.00-2.50||0.040 max||0.030 max||0.75-1.20||16.00-18.00||-||-||-|
|Stainless Steel 316||0.08-0.19||2.00-2.50||0.040 max||0.030 max||1.00-1.25||16.00-18.00||2.00-2.50||0.030 max||-|
|Alloy Steel 4130||0.35-0.45||1.80-2.30||0.035 max||0.040 max||0.75-0.95||1.00-1.40||0.50-0.80||-||-|
|Carbon Steel A105||420-620||250-350||12-20||180-220|
|Stainless Steel 304||520-760||270-380||20-30||175-200|
|Stainless Steel 316||550-860||300-420||18-25||180-215|
|Alloy Steel 4130||980-1200||620-780||10-15||280-320|
|Name||WorkingPress.||1/4”||3/8”||1/2”||3/4”||1”||1-1/4”||1-1/2”||2”||# per 100 pcs|
|90º Ells S/W||3000#||22||29||53||86||139||198||286||400||-|
|45º Ells S/W||3000#||22||38||53||86||139||198||374||396||-|
|45º Ells Screw||3000#||29||53||86||139||198||374||600||800||-|
|Nom, Pipe Size||Sock, Bore Diameter B||Depth of Sock, Min||Wall Thickness Minimum||Bore Diameter of Fitting D||Centre to Bottom of Socket||Laying Lengths||Tolerances, ±|
|3000#||6000#||90º Ells, Tee & Crosses||45º Ell||Couplings||Half Couplings|
|Sock, C||Body G||Sock C||Body G||3000#||6000#||3000#||6000#||3000#||6000#|