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Corrugated Pipe Fittings
We are a professionally managed fast growing company with impressive track record for trading complete range of Corrugated Pipe Fittings. Our offered range is known for wear resistance, fine finish and dimensional accuracy. These can be availed at competitive prices in various sizes and shapes as per the need & demand. These have found usage in oil, petrochemical and cement industry. Corrugated Pipe Fittings are manufactured using high quality NPT tapered thread at our manufacturing unit.Further Details:
Ratings and specifications are as follows
Threads utilized on Metal Tubes Instrument Pipe Fittings are National Pipe Taper (NPT ) which exceed the requirements of ANSI B1.20.1
Pressure Ratings for temperatures up to 100oF are identified for each individual pipe fitting in the dimensional data charts.
Temperatures noted below apply to basic fitting capabilities. In all cases consideration must also be given to the type of thread sealant used. For example, PTFE tape has a maximum temperature rating of 450oF. 316 Stainless Steel : -325oF to 1200oF ( - 198oC to 648oC ) Brass : 325oF to 400oF ( -198oC to 204oC ).
Metal Tubes Instrument Pipe Fittings are available as standard in Brass and 316 Stainless Steel. The current price list indicates those items that are available as standard. Metal Tubes Pipe Fittings can also be supplied in other materials including Monel, Hastelloy C, Inconel and Titanium, and in special shapes. Contact your local Metal Tubes distributor for further information. Specifications for standard materials are : 316 Stainless Steel Forgings : ASTM A - 182 316 Stainless Steel Bar Stock : ASTM A- 479 Brass Forgings, Alloy 377 : QQ -B-626 Brass Bar Stock, Alloy 353 : ASTM B - 453 or Alloy 360 : QQ - B- 626.
Metal Tubes pipe fitting part numbering
The part numbering system for Metal Tubes Instrument Pipe Fittings is completely descriptive and easily understood.
To ensure a leak - tight seal, the use of a pipe thread sealant is recommended. One commonly utilized technique is PTFE Tape. The chart below provides information regarding the Recommended Tape Width and the approximate number of threads which should be wrapped. Note that Pipe Thread Sealants may have lower temperature capabilities than the basic fitting.