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Processing & Handling :: Liquid, Gas and Air Handling :: Piping & tubing

March 1, 2007

Piping Design, Part 2 - Flanges

The engineer or designer must choose among several flange options. Additional decisions involve facing and surface finishes, and the appropriate gaskets, bolts and nuts

W. M. Huitt, W. M. Huitt Co.

  Pipe flanges are used to mechanically connect pipe sections to other pipe sections, inline components, and equipment. Flanges also allow pipe to be assembled and disassembled without cutting or welding, which eliminates the need for those two...

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