GI Reducer Pipe Fitting Socket Fig. 529A
25 BAR (363PSI) (2.5MPA) CLASS 150
Water, Oil, Gas, Petro-Chemical
Standard: EN10242 / ANSI / ASME B16.3 / DIN2950 / IS0 49 / NBR6943 / IS1879 / BS EN10242
Threaded Standard: EN10226 / ASME B.1.20.1 / DIN2999 / ISO7-1 / ISO228 / IS554 / BS EN10226
Work Pressures: PN25 / 2.5Mpa / 363PSI /CLASS 150 / 31Bar
UL Listed /FM Approved /CE /ABNT /TSE /SNI /ISI
Malleable iron pipe Fittings Socket , using cast iron, both ends of the thread for internal and external thread, size from 1/2 inch to 2 inch.
Maximum Pressure: 25 BAR (363PSI) (2.5MPA) CLASS 150
Maximum Temperature: 200°C (392°F)
Tensile Strength: 350MPA
Hardness: HB150 (Brinell)
Elongation Rate: 10%
Suitable Applications: Water, Oil, Gas, Petro-Chemical
Material: Malleable Iron
In order to reduce the diameter of the pipeline, reducing pipe fittings are used. In terms of fluid movement, most of them change from large to small, and some of them change from small to large. Steam return pipes and sewer pipes, for example, have larger reducing pipe connectors.
In general, malleable iron-reducing pipe fittings fall into two categories: female threaded reducing pipe fittings, also called external joints, and male and female threaded pipe fittings. The “Bushing” type is also available. In spite of the fact that it is not called a reducer pipe fitting, it performs the same function.
The pipe socket maintains proper flow to keep the water flowing in the correct direction. It is easy to use and easy to resolve the combined flow of water in any direction.
pipe sockets are components used in many different industries to connect, terminate, control flow and change the direction of pipes. When purchasing fittings, consider the application as this will affect the type of material, shape, size and durability required. Fittings are available threaded or unthreaded, in a variety of shapes, styles, sizes and schedules.