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Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings Butt-Welding 45° Long Radius Elbows

Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings Butt-Welding 45° Long Radius Elbows

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Features standards and products of our butt welding fittings:

Features of butt welding fittings:

1.       High class materials

Our products only use high class raw materials of carbon/alloy steel pipes made from NKK or MANNESSMANN equipment for ordinary, high pressure, low/high temperature,boiler and other purposes.

2.       Uniform wall thickness and perfectly round

This can be achieved by our particular technical knowhow and our quality control program.

3.       Accurate dimension

Efficient piping work can be made only with fittings of correct dimensions and shapes. Our fittings are finished to have accurate straight/ plane ends, beveled angle...etc. to applicable standards by means of two or three spindle beveling machines.

Standards of butt welding fittings:

Our welding fittings are manufactured in compliance with the following appliance standards:

ASME B16.9   ASTM A234   MSS-SP43   WPHY60   JIS B2311   DIN2605

                      ASTM A403   MSS-SP75   WPHY65   JIS B2312   DIN2606

                      ASTM A420   WPHY42    WPHY70   JIS B2313   DIN2616

                      ASTM A860   WPHY52                                       DIN2615

Manufacturing method and process:

Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings Butt-Welding 45° Long Radius Elbows



45° Long radius elbows:

Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings Butt-Welding 45° Long Radius Elbows

Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings Butt-Welding 45° Long Radius Elbows

Packing of butt welding fittings:

Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings Butt-Welding 45° Long Radius Elbows

FAQ of butt-welding fittings:

1) Q: What’s your main product? Which kinds of products are more competitive in your product range?

     A: Our main products are steel flanges, pipe fittings and steel pipes.

     Competitive Items: flanges in stainless steel, carbon steel, alloy steel  and punching carbon steel

     Butt welded pipe fittings in stainless and carbon steel

2) Q: what’s your largest size of flange and fitting? How long is the  production cycle?
      A: The largest flange we could produce is 80’’ and the largest fitting is 50’’.

      In general, we spend 20-25 days in a 20-ton order. If necessary, we  could make it shorter.

3) Q: Could you produce according to the drawings?

     A: Sure. We could produce according to the provided drawings, which  include forged and casted items.

4) Q: What kind of certificates do you have?

     A: We have ISO, TUV, API,SGS,BV etc. fittings in stainless and carbon stee

     Malleable Iron ,Stainless and carbon steel pipes

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Q:I'm retrofitting my air conditioning. my lines are full of this slimey green goo, which smells like lime. what is it? is this bad?? do I need to replace everything??
Nope. No, it wouldn't hurt, you'd be freakin' knocked out. Yeah I would assume it might once you woke up.
Q:I was cooking earlier and my smoke detectors went off. I live in an apartment complex and have three alarms (one in the hallway, and one in each bedroom). My husband had to take the one in the hall and one of the alarms in a bedroom off and unplug the alarm completely. The one in the other bedroom at that time was not going off so he left it up. Yet, that alarm is blinking rapidly a green light. An hour or so later we tried to plug in the other two alarms, yet they won't stop going off once attached by a/c power. I can't figure out what I need to do, I am so tired of listening to this alarm and I am worried to unplug the only remaining working alarm. (even though it is flashing rapidly a green light)Any help is appreciated, thanks!
Wow, that just doesn't make any sense. I would call a handyman immediately and see if there is a problem with your wiring. Depending on your abilities, I would disengage it from the house wiring and replace it with a standard battery powered smoke alarm. Whatever is wrong with it, it is not reliable and it needs repair or replacing.
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what but there is no detector that can't disconnected or destroyedI would just get the cheapest and let the tenant know they are responsible for the cost of repair/replacement for the life of the detector
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FirstWhen you are putting everything together, make sure the joints are clean and free from dirt and debris. Good Luck!
Q:Can the sleeve type pipe joint be disassembled and assembled several times?
The setting times of the sleeve type pipe joint are regulated. Generally speaking, the disassembly and assembly will affect the use of the clamping sleeveSome domestic tubes, nuts, silver plating) support multiple disassembly, because silver plating increased the number of inlay
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Yeah, it's funny you gave all the wrong examples, all the things were made or could be made *after* these laws were passed. And of course, we became a superpower simultaneously with big unions, government wage and price controls, 92.5% top tax rate and so on. And countries like Japan may have smaller wages but they have even better health and safety standards. Same with Germany. It shows you can be an industrial leader with all these things. As we were at one time. I think the problem is if one firm enacts health regulations, then he is at a disadvantage. But if everyone is made to do it, then all firms can implement the regulations and everyone is better off. And, I think what is most important is that if all firms treat their workers well, then everyone in the long run benefits from happier employers. But then, if you trade with countries that don't have these laws, then you can lose your manufacturing jobs.
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Think out-side the box, the drains are easy, just some schedule 40 PVC of the proper diameter, a Fernco fitting or two, and some elbows, (make sure you keep a good slope on the section leading from the trap to the existing drain line). As far as supply lines, get some dishwasher supply lines, they are available up to 8' long, and have essentially the same ends (fittings) as faucet supply lines. They are completely flexible, permanent, no different than what is there, just longer, can be neatly routed along the back of the vanity, from the shut offs to the new sink location. any number or retaining clips could be used for this step, (1/2 conduit clips spring to mind). No sweating of pipes, no moving shut offs, etc. and your off and running for about 30 bucks. Good Luck!

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