Carbon Steel Forged Fittings
Carbon Steel forged fittings are used in various industries, including oil and gas, chemical processing, and power generation, to connect and control the flow of fluids and gases. Om Steel provides a range of high-quality carbon forged fittings designed to meet the diverse needs of different applications.
Our carbon forged fittings come in various types, including elbow, tee, coupling, and union. We offer a range of sizes and grades to ensure that you get the product that is right for your needs. Our fittings are made using the latest technology and manufacturing techniques, ensuring that they meet the highest quality standards.
One of the key features of our carbon forged fittings is their strength and durability. Our fittings are highly resistant to corrosion and wear and tear, making them ideal for use in harsh and demanding environments. They are also easy to install and maintain, saving you time and money in the long run.
At Om Steel, we pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service and support. Our team of experts is always available to answer any questions you may have and to provide you with the necessary guidance and support to ensure that you get the best possible product.
Types of Carbon Steel Forged Fittings
Socket Weld Carbon Steel Forged Fittings
Socket weld carbon steel forged fittings are one of the most popular types of fittings available in the market. These fittings have a socket-like structure that allows them to be easily welded into place. They are commonly used in high-pressure applications, such as steam and gas lines, where a leak could be catastrophic.
One of the main advantages of socket weld carbon steel forged fittings is their ability to withstand high pressure and temperature. This makes them ideal for use in harsh environments where other materials may fail. Additionally, they are easy to install and require minimal maintenance.
Threaded Carbon Steel Forged Fittings
Threaded carbon steel forged fittings are another common type of fitting used in industrial applications. These fittings have threads on both ends that allow them to be screwed into place. They are often used in low-pressure applications, such as water lines or air conditioning systems.
The main advantage of threaded carbon steel forged fittings is their ease of installation. They can be quickly and easily screwed into place without the need for specialized tools or equipment. However, they may not be suitable for high-pressure or high-temperature applications due to their lower strength compared to socket weld fittings.
Buttweld Carbon Steel Forged Fittings
Buttweld carbon steel forged fittings are designed to be welded directly onto pipes or other components. They have a smooth surface that allows for a strong and secure bond when welded properly. These fittings are commonly used in large-scale industrial applications where strength and durability are critical.
One key advantage of buttweld carbon steel forged fittings is their ability to create a seamless connection between two components. This eliminates the risk of leaks or weak points in the system, making it ideal for use in harsh environments with extreme temperatures or pressures.
Flanged Carbon Steel Forged Fittings
Flanged carbon steel forged fittings feature flanges on either end that allow them to be bolted onto other components using gaskets. They are commonly used in applications where a secure and leak-proof connection is essential, such as in chemical processing plants or oil refineries.
One of the main advantages of flanged carbon steel forged fittings is their ability to create a strong and reliable seal between two components. This makes them ideal for use in applications where leaks could be dangerous or costly. Additionally, they are easy to install and require minimal maintenance.
Carbon Steel Forged Fittings Specification
|Forged Fittings Specifications||ASTM A105/ ASME SA105|
|Carbon Steel Forged Fittings size||1/8” NB to 4” NB (Socketweld & Screwed-Threaded)|
|Carbon Steel Forged Fittings Dimensions||ASME 16.11, MSS SP-79, 83, 95, 97, BS 3799|
|Carbon Steel Forged Fittings Types||Socketweld Fittings, Screwed-Threaded Fittings|
|ASTM A105 Carbon Steel Forged Fittings Pressure Rating||Threaded End-2000lb/ 3000lb/ 6000lbs Socket-weld End-3000/ 6000/ 9000lbs|
|Carbon Steel Forged Fittings Thread||NPT, BSPT, BSPP|
|Carbon Steel Forged Fittings Test Certificates||EN 10204/3.1B Raw Materials Certificate 100% Radiography Test Report Third Party Inspection Report, etc|
|Carbon Forged Fittings Origin & Mills||Japanese, Indian, USA, Korean, European, Ukraine, Russian|
|Specialized manufacturer of||90º Elbows, 45º Elbows, Tees, Cross, Couplings, Reducers, Inserts, Caps, Nipples, and Unions, Forged Pipe Fittings, Socket Weld & Threaded, Equal Tees & Reducing Tees, 90° & 45° Elbows, Plugs|
Manufacturing Standards of Carbon Steel Forged Fittings
|ASTM A105 / A105M||Forged Fittings and valves and parts for high temperature service. Standard Specification for Wrought Austenitic Carbon Steel Forged Fittings|
|BS3799||Specification for Steel pipe fittings, screwed and Socket-welding for the petroleum industry|
|ANSI B16.11||Forged steel fittings socket-welding and threaded.|
Socket Welding and Threaded Forged Fittings
|ANSI/ASME B1.20.1||Pipe threads, general purpose (inch).|
|ISO 4144||Carbon Steel fittings threaded to ISO 7-1.|
|MSS SP-95||Swage(d) Nipples and Bull Plugs|
ASTM A105 Forged Fittings Tolerance Chart
|Dimensions||Up to 2" NB||2 1/2" & 3" NB|
|• Socket Bore||+ 0.25||+ 0.38|
|- 0.00||- 0.00|
|• Body Bore||+ 0.00||+ 0.00|
|- 1.52||- 3.00|
|A||1/4" NB | ± 0.8||± 2.50|
|3/8" TO 3/4" NB | ± 1.6||-|
Carbon Steel Threaded Forged Fittings Weight Chart
|Normal Size Of Pipe||Type A||Type B||QTY||Weight Chart|