What Are Different Grades of Carbon Steel Flanges?

During the heat treatment process, the steel becomes stiffer and sturdier as a result of an increase in carbon element content, and it also becomes less ductile as a result

As a types of carbon steel piping component, the Carbon Steel A105 flanges are the perfect choice for use as valves, flanges, and fittings in pressure systems with higher temperatures and ambient ambient service conditions.

CARBON STEEL A105 FLANGES ____________

This category of Carbon Steel A350 LF2 Flanges includes many ring-rolled and carbon steel flanges, valves, low-alloy steel forged fittings, and forged fittings for low temperatures.

CARBON STEEL A350 LF2 LOW-TEMPERATURE FLANGES ___________

Flanges made from carbon steel are useful for a wide range of applications, high carbon steel uses are flanges for stainless steel pipes, forged fittings, valves, rolled alloy, and other high-temperature operations.

CARBON STEEL IN LOW ALLOY A182 FLANGES ___________

It is well known that after the heat treatment of steel, the steel becomes much heavier because of the higher carbon content.

CARBON STEEL A694 FLANGES FOR HIGH YIELD SERVICE ___________

There are many different ways in which flanges can be manufactured, but casting and forging are two of the most prevalent methods. In essence, flanges are round plates attached to the ends of fittings, valves, pipes, etc.

ABOUT FORGED STEEL FLANGES ___________

HOW TO PREVENT CARBON STEEL FLANGE FROM RUST? ___________

1. Oil varnishing 2. Anti-rust painting 3. Electric zinc-coated (Yellow or white zinc):