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Flanges 2 (Continuing Education)

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Flanges 2

The York and Warix flange have female                        so that they fit onto a male tank.
The Surrey flange connects to a                    tank.
To allow easy functionality and inter-changeability, piping flanges are designed to have standardised dimensions. Common world standards include                                 .
Pipe flanges that are made to standards called out by ASME B16.5 or                               are typically made from forged materials and have machined surfaces.
ASME B16.47 delineates its flanges into pressure classes of           , 150, 300, 400, 600 & 900.
ASME B16.5 delineates its flanges into pressure classes of 150, 300, 400, 600, 900,                and 2500.
The gasket type and bolt type are generally specified by the standards; however, sometimes the standards refer to the                                                                               .
Flange faces are made to standardized dimensions and are typically flat face, raised face,                                         , or ring joint styles.
Flange designs are available as weld neck, slip-on, lap joint, socket weld, threaded, and also                 .
A closet flange provides the mount for a                   .

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