Specification: ASTM B564 / ASME SB564
Size: 1/2" (15 NB) to 48" (1200NB) DN10~DN5000
JIS: 5K, 10K, 16K, 20K, 30K, 40K, 63K
Dimension Standard: ANSI, ASME, BS, DIN, EN etc.
Type: Ring Joint Flange (RTJ), Flat Face Flange (FF),
Raised Face Flange (RF), Male and Female Flange (M & F),
Lap Joint Flange, Large and Small Tongue-and-Groove Flange (T & G)
Pressure rating: 150#, 300#, 600#, 900#, 1500#, 2500#,
PN6, PN10, PN16, PN25, PN40, PN64 etc.
Nickel 200 is a commercially pure wrought nickel alloy known for its excellent resistance to various corrosive environments. Nickel 200 flanges, made from this alloy, are widely used in industries where corrosion resistance and high-temperature stability are paramount. These flanges exhibit several properties that make them highly sought after in critical applications.
One of the key properties of Nickel 200 flanges is their outstanding corrosion resistance. They can withstand corrosive media, including acids, alkalis, and saltwater solutions. This corrosion resistance makes them suitable for applications in chemical processing, petrochemical, and marine industries, where exposure to aggressive environments is common.
Nickel 200 flanges have mechanical characteristics, including robust tensile strength and malleability. They can function in highly demanding surroundings and show remarkable endurance. This renders them appropriate for uses that mandate strength and dependability, such as pressure vessels, pipelines, and structural components.
Furthermore, Nickel 200 flanges have excellent dimensional stability and a low thermal expansion coefficient. This means they can maintain their shape and dimensions even under extreme temperature variations. This property is crucial for applications involving thermal cyclings, such as cryogenic storage systems and aerospace components.
|Specification Chart Of :||Nickel 200 Flanges|
|ASTM/ ASME Standard Materials||Cast Iron, Inconel, Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, Alloy Steel, Carbon Steel, Duplex Steel & Super Duplex Steel, Hastelloy, Copper Nickel, Wrought Iron.|
|Thickness Calculation AS Per ASME||NPS ≤ 18|
|Length Chart||(1/2") To (48")|
|Manufacturing Process For Flanges||
|High Temperature Chart||Above 200° Celsius (400°F) For 150 Class Or Above 400° Celsius (750°F)|
|JIS Standards Manufacturer||5K, 10K, 40K, 16K 20K 30K, 63K|
|Minimum Size Of Bore Diameter||NPS ≤ 10|
|Dimensions||ASME B16.36, DIN, AWWA C207, B16.47 Series A & B, BS1560-3.1, EN-1092, ASME B16.48, API605, BS4504, EN1092, UNI, ISO, MSS S44, IS 2062, ISO70051, API, API7S-43, ANSI/ASME B16.5, API7S-15|
|Pressure Test||150 LB To 2500 LB|
|Different Face Type||Groove And Small Tongue Groove, RTJ, Flat Face, Lap-Joint Face, Raised Face, Large Tongue & Large Male-Female And Small Male-Female|
|Accept All Small And Large Order Of Type||Blind, Threaded, Lap Joint, Slip-On, Socket-Weld, Weld Neck|
|Application Use In Various Industry||Power Plants Industry
Food Processing And Manufacturing
Nuclear Power Application
Municipal Pipe Systems
Fossil Fuel Power Plants
Oil And Gas Industry
|Flange Making Format||Forged/ Plate/ Threaded|
Aside from their physical features, Nickel 200 flanges are also non-magnetic, making them an ideal choice for places where magnetic interference needs to be kept to a minimum or eradicated. This attribute is especially used in the electronics and telecommunications sectors.