Shijiazhuang Bang dong Pipeline Technology Co,Ltd.
Model No.: Steel Reducer
Material: Carbon Steel
Standards: US Standard
Packaging: Wooden Cases or as per buyer's requirements
Place of Origin: Cangzhou,China
Supply Ability: 1000pcs/month
HS Code: 73079300
Port: Tianjin New Port,Beijing Air Port,Wuhan Train Station
ASTM A403 WP 304 SS Steel Reducer
Bangdong Supply Astm A234 WP1 Return Bends,ASTM A234 WP5 Elbow,A420 WPL3 Steel Reducer.We offer buttweld fittings that includes elbows, tees, caps etc. Our range of buttweld fittings comprises of duplex butt weld fittings, alloy steel buttweld fittings, alloy buttweld fittings, copper buttweld fittings and industrial buttweld fittings.
Tees are butt weld fittings used to combine or divide process flow, and Reducing Tees additionally allow for butt weld fittings size change. The run outlets of the tee are the two in-line outlets, and the branch is the third outlet. The branch outlet is the reducing outlet in a Reducing Tee.
An elbow is a butt weld fitting is used to change the direction of flow in a piping system, usually at the 90° or 45° angle. Like a reducing tee, reducing elbows also exist to simultaneously change flow direction and reduce flow diameter. 90 degree elbows are also available in both short radius and long radius patterns, whereas 45 degree elbows are only available as long radius.
A long radius butt weld elbow has a radius of curvature (Identified as [A" in the above drawing) is 1.5 times the nominal diameter, and a short radius butt weld elbow has a curvature that is 1.0 times the nominal diameter of the butt weld fitting. Long radius butt weld elbows give less frictional resistance to the fluid than the short radius butt weld elbows. Short radius butt weld elbows are generally cheaper and can be used where space is a concern, but they also create a greater pressure drop than long radius butt weld elbows.
There is often confusion around bends and elbows. Bends are generally made or fabricated as per the need of the piping design, whereas elbows are manufactured in mass quantities, conform to industry standard size specifications, and available off the shelf. Butt Weld Fitting bending techniques also face constraints regarding material thinning, and if not done properly, there can be concerns regarding the pressure integrity of the line being maintained. Elbows are most commonly used for SR and LR bends, but when the curvature exceeds 3R, bends are most commonly utilized.
Reducers are butt weld fittings used to facilitate a reduce the flow diameter in a piping system. Concentric reducers are most commonly used, as they create less friction for the fluid flow, however, eccentric reducers are utilized when space or alignment is a concern.
Crosses are a 4 way butt weld fitting, with 1 inlet and 3 outlets or vice versa. These are sometimes referred to as 4-way tees.
Caps are butt weld fittings used to terminate the flow, welding to the end of a butt weld fitting or pipe.
Stock of Butt Weld Pipe Fitting reducer:
A403 WP316L Concentric Reducer
304 concentric reducer
304L eccentric reducer stock
316/316L pipe reducer
Stainless Steel :
ASTM A403 WP 304/ 304L/ 304H/ 316/ 316L/ 317/ 317L/ 321/ 310/ 347/ 904L/ etc.
Carbon Steel :
ASTM A234 WPB / A420 WPL3/ A420 WPL6/ MSS-SP-75 WPHY 42/46/52/56/60/65/70 etc.
Alloy Steel :
ASTM A234 WP1/ WP5/ WP9/ WP11/ WP22/ WP91/ etc.
Monel, Nickel, Inconel, Hastalloy, Copper, Brass, Bronze, Titanium, Tantalum, Bismuth, Aluminium, High Speed Steel, Zinc, Lead, etc.
Elbow, Tee, Reducer, Return Bends, Stub-Ends, Cap , Collar, Cross, Insert etc.
1/8" NB TO 48" NB. (Seamless & Welded)
Wall Thickness :
Sch. 5S To Sch. XXS