INDURA offers a broad selection of carbon steel flanges, hot-dip galvanized flanges, and stainless steel flanges. The different types include threaded flanges, blind flanges, welding ring flanges, loose flanges, welding neck flanges, welding neck collars, ANSI flanges, JIS flanges, and skot flanges.
INDURA offers a broad selection of carbon steel flanges, hot-dip galvanized flanges, and stainless steel flanges. The different types include threaded flanges, blind flanges, welding ring flanges, loose flanges, welding neck flanges, welding neck collars, ANSI flanges, JIS flanges, and skot flanges. Together with other high-quality INDURA items, such as elbows, reducers, tees or caps, our flanges make an uncomplicated steel pipe installation possible. The
INDURA flanges are manufactured in accordance with EN 1092-1 and ANSI B16.5. However, we also offer flanges in accordance with other ISO standards, including for example DIN 2641 and DIN 2642. We ensure that the INDURA flanges always meet the highest quality standards.
What are flanges according to EN 1092-1 and ANSI B16.5 and what are they used for?
Flanges are used to connect different pipes with each other. The flange is usually in the form of an annular disc and is attached to the end of a pipe, where screws and nuts are used to secure the flange and connect the pipes. Some flanges are used to connect other parts, for example in the case of a flange coupling that acts as a shaft connection. The flanges according to EN 1092-1 are used mainly because they can be removed without damaging the pipes. Nevertheless, they ensure that the connections are completely tight. Flanges are also used in steel pipe installations. They ensure that the pipe ends and the pipe start perfectly. To ensure this, INDURA offers you a broad selection of different flange types according to EN 1092-1 in a variety of dimensions and high-quality materials. Thanks to a very short delivery time, the desired products can be used quickly and directly.
ANSI flanges according to ANSI B 16.5
In addition to flanges according to EN 1092-1, INDURA has a wide range of flanges within the American standard ANSI B 16.5. Below are the different types, qualities, and pressure levels on the flanges in stock: Types: Blind flange, threaded flange, lap joint, slip on, welding neck Quality: A105N and A105N galvanized Pressure levels: 150 LBS and 300 LBS
Material properties of flanges according to EN 1092-1
Flanges according to EN 1092-1 can be made of different materials - especially stainless steel and steel. Items made of stainless and austenitic stainless steel are very resistant. The flanges can also withstand high temperatures, and thanks to added molybdenum, they are corrosion resistant. The flanges are especially robust due to the use of steel. They are characterized by a relatively low weight and a particularly long service life.
Flange dimensions according to EN 1092-1
The flanges according to EN 1092-1 are offered in many different dimensions, so you can always get excatly the dimension required for your needs. The dimensions may vary depending on whether a galvanized, a carbon or a stainless steel flange is desired. The same applies to the diameter of the flanges EN 1092-1.