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Alloy Steel Forged Fittings

Alloy steel forged fittings

Alloy Steel Forged Fittings

Asahpura Steel’s alloy steel forged fittings represent the pinnacle of precision engineering, tailored to meet the rigorous demands of industrial applications. Crafted from top-tier alloy steel, these fittings stand as a testament to exceptional strength, unmatched corrosion resistance, and the capacity to endure extreme pressure and temperature environments.

Engineered with meticulous attention to detail, they guarantee leak-free connections and enduring performance in the most critical piping systems and industrial processes. With their exacting dimensions and dependable threading, our alloy steel forged fittings ensure not only secure connections but also effortless installation, all while promising durability and safety that go the distance

Types of Alloy Steel Forged Fittings

Threaded Fittings

Threaded fittings are the most commonly used type of alloy steel forged fittings. They have threads on both ends, which allow them to be screwed onto pipes or other fittings. Threaded fittings come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including elbows, tees, couplings, and plugs.

One advantage of threaded fittings is that they can be easily installed and removed without the need for special tools or equipment. This makes them ideal for applications where frequent maintenance or repairs are required.

Socket Weld Fittings

Socket weld fittings are similar to threaded fittings in that they connect to pipes or other fittings. However, instead of threads, socket weld fittings have a socket that fits over the end of a pipe or fitting. The socket is then welded into place using a specialized welding process.

Socket weld fittings are often used in high-pressure applications because they provide a strong and secure connection between pipes and other components. They also offer better flow characteristics than threaded fittings because there are no internal threads to impede the flow of fluid.

Butt Weld Fittings

Butt weld fittings are designed to be welded directly to pipes or other components. They have a smooth surface that allows for easy welding without the need for additional materials such as gaskets or seals.

Butt weld fittings come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including elbows, tees, reducers, and caps. They are often used in applications where high strength and reliability are required.

Flanged Fittings

Flanged fittings consist of two parts: a flange and a fitting body. The flange has holes drilled into it that align with corresponding holes on the fitting body. Bolts are then inserted through these holes to hold the two parts together.

Flanged fittings offer several advantages over other types of alloy steel forged fittings. For one thing, they provide an extremely strong connection between pipes and other components. Additionally, they can be easily disassembled for maintenance or repairs.

Benefits Alloy Steel Forged Fittings

Durability and Strength

Alloy steel forged fittings are known for their exceptional strength and durability. They are made by combining different metals, which makes them stronger than regular steel fittings. The process of forging the fittings also adds to their strength as it compresses the metal, making it denser and stronger. This makes alloy steel forged fittings ideal for use in industries that require high-strength components.

Resistance to Corrosion

One of the biggest benefits of using alloy steel forged fittings is their resistance to corrosion. These fittings are designed to withstand harsh environments, including exposure to chemicals and saltwater. This makes them ideal for use in industries such as oil and gas, chemical processing, and marine applications.

Cost-Effective

While alloy steel forged fittings may be more expensive upfront than other types of fittings, they offer long-term cost savings due to their durability and resistance to corrosion. These qualities mean that they require less maintenance over time, reducing overall costs associated with repairs or replacements.

Versatility

Another benefit of using alloy steel forged fittings is their versatility. They can be used in a wide range of applications across various industries, from plumbing systems in buildings to pipelines in oil refineries. Their ability to withstand extreme temperatures also makes them suitable for use in high-temperature applications such as steam lines.

Ease of Installation

Alloy steel forged fittings are relatively easy to install compared to other types of pipe fitting materials. They can be easily welded or threaded onto pipes without requiring specialized tools or equipment. This means that installation time is reduced, resulting in cost savings for businesses.

Reduced Risk of Leaks

Due to their superior strength and resistance to corrosion, alloy steel forged fittings have a reduced risk of leaks compared to other types of pipe fitting materials. This reduces the risk of downtime caused by leaks and associated repair costs.

Improved Safety

The use of alloy steel forged fittings can also improve safety in various industries. Their high-strength properties mean that they are less likely to fail under pressure, reducing the risk of accidents and injuries. Additionally, their resistance to corrosion reduces the risk of leaks, which can be hazardous to workers and the environment.

Increased Efficiency

By using alloy steel forged fittings, businesses can increase efficiency in their operations. The durability of these fittings means that they require less maintenance over time, resulting in reduced downtime and increased productivity. Additionally, their ease of installation means that projects can be completed more quickly, resulting in faster turnaround times for businesses.

Environmental Benefits

The use of alloy steel forged fittings also has environmental benefits. Their resistance to corrosion means that they have a longer lifespan than other types of pipe fitting materials, reducing waste and associated environmental impacts. Additionally, their ability to withstand harsh environments reduces the risk of leaks and spills that can harm the environment.

Alloy Steel Forged Fittings Specification

ASTM A182 F5 Alloy Steel Forged Fittings Specification

SpecificationsASTM A182 & ASME SA182
StandardASME 16.11, MSS SP-79, 83, 95, 97, BS 3799
Size1/2" NB TO 48" NB. (Socketweld & Screwed-Threaded)
TypeSocketweld Fittings, Screwed-Threaded Fittings
Class2000 LBS, 3000 LBS, 6000 LBS, 9000 LBS

ASTM A182 F5 Alloy Steel Forged Fittings Manufacturing Standards

ASTM A182 – ASME SA182Standard Specification for Wrought Austenitic Alloy Steel Piping Fittings
ASME B16.11Socket Welding and Threaded Forged Fittings
MSS SP-43Wrought and Fabricated Butt-Welding Fittings for Low Pressure, Corrosion Resistant Applications
MSS SP-95Swage(d) Nipples and Bull Plugs
BS3799Specification for Steel pipe fittings, screwed and Socket-welding for the petroleum industry

Alloy Steel Fittings Dimensions Chart

NPSO.D. 90 Degree Elbow 45 Degree Elbow 180 Degree Return
(inch)-Long Radius ElbowShort RadiusLong Radius Elbow Long Radius Elbow
-(millimeter)(inch)"Center to Face (inch)""Center to Face (inch)""Center to Face (inch)""Radius (inch)""Center to Center (inch)""Back to face (inch)"
1/221.30.841 1/2-5/8-21 7/8
3/426.71.051 1/8-7/16-2 1/41 11/16
133.41.3151 1/217/8-32 3/16
1 1/442.21.661 7/81 1/41-3 3/42 3/4
1 1/248.31.92 1/41 1/21 1/834 1/23 1/4
260.32.375321 3/8464 3/16
2 1/2732.8753 3/42 1/21 3/457 1/25 3/16
388.93.54 1/232696 1/4
3 1/2101.645 1/43 1/22 1/4710 1/27 1/4
4114.34.5642 1/28128 1/4
5141.35.5637 1/253 1/8101510 5/16
6168.36.625963 3/4121812 5/16
8219.18.6251285122416 5/16
10273.110.7515106 1/4153020 3/8
12323.912.7518127 1/2183624 3/8

Alloy Steel Forged Fittings Weight Chart

SIZEABQTYWEIGHT
¼0.810.881600.2
0.9711300.26
½1.121.311000.57
¾1.311.5750.71
11.51.81401.08
1 ¼1.752.19251.68
1 ½22.44182.38
22.382.97103.55
2 ½33.6246.22
33.384.31210.36
44.195.75123.91

ASTM A182 F5 Alloy Steel Forged Fitting Chemical Composition

GradeCMnSiSPCrMo
A182 F50.150.3 – 0.60.50.030.034 – 60.044 – 0.65

Grade F5 Alloy Steel Forged Fitting Mechanical properties

GradeTensile Strength (Mpa)Yield Strength (Mpa)Elongation %
A182 F527548520

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FAQ

How is Alloy Steel Made?

Alloy steel is made by combining iron with other elements such as nickel, manganese, chromium, or vanadium to create a metal that has improved properties compared to carbon steel. The manufacturing process involves melting the base metal and the desired alloying elements together in a furnace, followed by casting, forging, or rolling into the desired shape or form.

What is the price of 1kg Alloy Steel?

The price of 1kg alloy steel is approximately ₹ 1,985*/Kg. Contact us to know more.

What Are the Main Types of Alloy Steel?

The main types of alloy steel include low-alloy steels, high-alloy steels, and stainless steels. Low-alloy steels have less than 8% total alloy content, high-alloy steels have more than 8% total alloy content, and stainless steels contain at least 10.5% chromium. Each type of alloy steel has its own unique characteristics and applications.

What Are the Properties of Alloy Steel?

Alloy steel possesses diverse properties that vary based on the type and amount of alloying elements added to the steel. Some of the properties that alloy steels can exhibit include high strength, durability, excellent performance under harsh conditions, and corrosion resistance, among others.

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