ISO Approved and Quality Oriented ASME B16.11 Forged Fittings Manufacturer in India
Forged Fittings Suppliers In Mumbai India
We Keep the stock of Forged Fittings in SS 304/304L, SS 316 / 316L manufactured using Standards – ANSI B16.11, MSS SP-79, MSS-SP-95, 83, 97, DIN2605, DIN2615, DIN2616, DIN2617, DIN28011, EN10253-1, EN10253-2 to satisfy any urgent small or large domestic and international inquiries at reasonable prices.
India’s most Recognized, Trustworthy and premium quality Manufacturers, Stockist, Exporters, and Global Suppliers of Forged Fittings as per the ASME 16.11, MSS SP-79, MSS SP-95, 83, 97, BS 3799 Standards in all Dimensions, Materials, Grades, and Sizes.
We have a huge inventory of odd sizes & hard to find ANSI/ASME B16.11 Forged Fittings also available in Duplex Steel, Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Hastelloy, Monel, Inconel, Titanium, Super Duplex, Incoloy, Alloy 20, 254 SMO, Copper Nickel, High & Low Temperature Steel, Mild Steel offering at market leading prices from Mumbai, India.
ASME B16.11 Forged Fittings Specifications
|Outside Diameter (OD)||1/8″~4″ (DN6~DN100)|
|Dimensions||ASME 16.11, MSS SP-79, 83, 95, 97, BS 3799|
|Wall Thickness||SCH5, SCH10, SCH20, SCH30, SCH40, STD, SCH80, XS, SCH60, SCH80, SCH120, SCH140, SCH160, XXS / DN6~DN100|
|Value Added Services||Hot Dipped Galvanizing, Epoxy & FBE Coating, Electro Polish, Sand Blasting, Threading, Soldering|
|Important Grades||ASTM A403 WP 304 / 304L / 304H / 316 / 316L / 317 / 317L / 321 / 310 / 347 / 904L|
|Production Materials||Stainless Steel, Alloy Steel, Carbon Steel, Duplex Steel, Super Duplex Steel, Nickel Alloys, Cupro Nickel, Low Temperature Steel|
|SS Melting Points||1400-1450°C (WP304, WP304L), 1390-1440 °C (WP316L), 1370 – 1400 °C (WP316)|
|Fittings Form||90° Elbow, 45° Elbow, Tee, Cross, Full Coupling, Half Coupling, Pipe Cap, Union, Reducer Insert, Boss, Branch Outlet, 90° Elbow Outlet, 45° Lateral Tee, Lateral Outlet, Branch Outlet Butt Weld, 90° Elbow Outlet Butt Weld, Lateral Outlet Butt Weld, Nipple Branch Outlet Butt Weld|
We are one amongst the leading Manufacturers, Suppliers & Exporters of Forged Fittings within the grade Stainless Steel 304, 316, 304L, 316L, 304H, 316H totally different|in several in numerous shapes, sizes, with different specifications as per the customers’ requirement. These Forged Socket weld Fittings are characterized by high durability, resistance to corrosion, perfect end and complete responsiveness in service. Our complete vary is strictly tested by our well-equipped testing unit, to confirm their compliance with international quality norms. Forged Pipe Fittings are used in varied industrie like organic compound, Pharmaceutical, Oil & gas, Fertilizers, Construction, Food, Power and Instrumentation. We’ve experienced in globally supply these SS forged Fittings to vary countries like Ukraine, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Russia, Norway, Germany, France.
Forged Fittings are use for associating or connecting pipes, pumps, valves, equipment to make a piping systems below size of two, or four inches in diameter. There are primarily two styles of forged Pipe Fittings referred to as Socket Weld Fittings that are connected to pipe by fillet welds and second is Threaded Fittings during which the pipe is screwed onto the fittings. The ASME B16. 11, MSS SP 75, MSS SP 83, MSS SP 95 specifications cover forged fittings to suit ASME B36.10 and ASME B36.19 carbon, alloy, stainless steel and nickel-base alloy pipes of little bore size. It’s factory-made from solid blocks of steel, that are machined to get the ultimate required form at intervals the tolerances set by the applicable specifications the category of the fitting represents the most allowed pressure that the device will withstand. Class 3000 Forged fitting are used for pipes in schedule 80/XS; class 6000 for pipes Sch. 160; class 9000 fittings for pipes with larger wall thickness (XXS). Forged Fittings joints are created by bolting along Two forged Fittings with a gasket between them to provide a seal.
ASME B16.11 Forged Pipe Fittings Types
ASME B16.11 Forged Socket Weld Fittings
Price: $19.00 – $20.00 / Piece
ASME B16.11 Forged Screwed Threaded Fittings
Price: $1.00 – $100.00 / Piece
NOTE: Price may vary according to the Market Standard, Total Quantity Ordered and Type of Material. Contact Us for Further Queries.
Forged Pipe Fittings Manufacturing Standards
|ASTM A182 – ASME SA182||Standard Specification for Wrought Austenitic Stainless Steel Piping Fittings|
|ASME B16.11||Forged Fittings, Socket – Welding and Threaded|
|MSS SP-95||Swage(d) Nipples and Bull Plugs|
|BS3799||Specification for Steel pipe fittings, screwed threaded for the petroleum industry|
Forged Fittings Materials and Grades
|Stainless Steel Forged Fittings|
|ASTM A403 WP Gr. 304, 304L, 304H, 310, 316, 316L, 316H, 316Ti, 317L, 321, 347, 904L|
|Carbon Steel Forged Fittings|
|ASTM A234 WPB, WPBW, WPHY 70, WPHY 65, WPHY 60, WPHY 52, WPHY 46, & WPHY 42.|
|Low Temperature Forged Fittings|
|ASTM A420 WPL6, ASTM A420 WPL3|
|Alloy Steel Forged Fittings|
|ASTM / ASME A/SA 234 Gr. WP1, WP5, WP9, WP11, WP12, WP22, WP91|
|Duplex & Super Duplex Steel Forged Fittings|
|ASTM A815, ASME SA815 UNS NO S31803, UNS NO S32205, UNS S32750, UNS S32950. Werkstoff No. 1.4462|
|Nickel Alloy Forged Fittings|
|UNS 10276 (HASTELLOY C 276), UNS 6625 (INCONEL 625), UNS 6601 (INCONEL 601), UNS 6600 (INCONEL 600), UNS 8825 (INCONEL 825), UNS 8020 (ALLOY 20 / 20 CB 3), UNS 4400 (MONEL 400), UNS 2201 (NICKEL 201), ASTM / ASME SB 336 UNS 2200 (NICKEL 200)|
General Manufacturing Process of Forged Fittings
Forged Fittings in hot closed die forging: forging billet blanking, punching, correction, intermediate inspection (check the size and surface defects of forged fittings), heat treating forged fittings to eliminate forging stress, improve performance of metal cutting, forging billet heating, roll forging, die forging forming, trimming cutting, clear up (mainly to remove surface scale, inspection. Generally forged fittings must pass through chemical composition testing, appearance and hardness test, mechanical properties, and NDT Testing, etc.
ASME B16.11 Forged Pipe Fittings Dimensions
Dimensions are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated. Wall thickness (t) should be nominative by client. Outlet dimension (M) for NPS and bigger is usually recommended however not needed.
Socket Weld :- 90º Elbow, 45º Elbow, Cross, Coupling, Half Coupling, Tee
|Nom, Pipe Size||Depth of Sock, Min||Sock, Bore Diameter B||Bore Diameter of Fitting D||Wall Thickness Minimum||entre to Bottom of Socket|
|3000#||6000#||90º Ells, Tee & Crosses||45º Ell|
|3000#||6000#||Sock, C||Body G||Sock C||Body G||3000#||6000#||3000#||6000#|
Socket Welding Fittings :- 90º Elbow, 45º Elbow, Cross, Tee
|Nominal Pipe Size||Centre to End 45º Elbows C||Centre to End Elbows, Tee, Crosses A||Minimum Wall Thickness G||Outside Diameter of Band H|
Threaded Fittings :- Coupling, half Coupling, cap
|Nominal Pipe Size||End to End Couplings W||Outside
End Caps H
|End Wall Thickness
Threaded Fittings :- Plugs, Bushings
|Nominal Pipe Size||Thead
|Plugs Square Head||Hexagon Plugs
|Plugs Round Head|
|Height of Square (min)
|Width Flats (min)
|Width Flats (min)
|Hexagon Height min||Nominal Diameter of Head
Forged Threaded & Socket Welding :- Unions
|Nominal Pipe Size||3000#|
|End to End
|Diameter of Socket
|Diameter or Nut
Socket Welding:- Reducing Insert
|Size (In.)||Dia. C||Dia. D||Insert Type||For use with Sch. 160
|Insert Type||For use with Sch. 40 and 80 Pipe|
ASME B16.11 Forged Pipe Fittings Weight Chart
|90º Ells S/W||3000#||22||29||53||86||139||198||286||400|
|45º Ells S/W||3000#||22||38||53||86||139||198||374||396|
|45º Ells Screw||3000#||29||53||86||139||198||374||600||800|
Differences between Forged Fittings and Casted Fittings
The mechanical properties of cast fittings is less than that of Forged Fittings with a similar material. Additionally, forged fitting method will guarantee the continuity of plant tissue, creating plant tissue of forged fittings keep in keeping with appearance, and metal flow is complete, so will guarantee cast fittings with smart mechanical properties, and long service life with closed die formation that is extraordinary by casting.
Classifications of Forging
Hammer Smith Forging
The pattern of hammer forging is that the same as blacksmithing. The work items are heated to the forging temperature, then, put between hammer flattener and drill plate for any forging. little items are often created by hand, referred to as as blacksmithing. Larger items need steam hammer. The work pieces are place between drill plate and hammer flattener. Structure of steam hammer is set by forging capability. lightweight one is single stand whereas significant one is double stands.
Drop Hammer Forging
The difference between device forging and flat forging is that there’s a mould cavity on hammer used for drop hammer forging. Work items suffer from two aspects of pressure or impact force in mold cavity, plastic deforming in keeping with the form of mould cavity. to make sure sufficient flowing of metal, forging is sometimes divided into many levels. Transformation in each level is gradual, advantageous for dominant flowing direction. amount of level depends on shape and dimension of forging items, forgeability of metal and precision of labor piece.
Press forging could be a forging technique that metal is extruded and formed within mould below the pressure at a low speed. thanks to metal stressed for an extended time, extrusion isn’t only carried out on the surface of forging piece, however additionally carried out in center. Therefore, for even within and out of doors, the standard of product is additionally higher than that of device forging.
Upset forging means forge one in all ends of an even long rod. Clamp the rod within the mold; heat one in all finish to hot temperature. Force the end on the axial direction, displeasing and forming.
Use 2 spherical rollers (25%~75% reduction of diameter; the opposite half are often take groove form supported requirements). place rod into the 2 rollers and tight it, then, continue rotating, roll compacting the rod, reducing diameter and pushing it forward; once the rollers rotate to gap position once more, withdraw the rod back to original position for consequent cycle rolling, or send the rod to a different grove for different construction.
Properties of Forged Steel Fittings
Strong and Durable
Steel forgings have a usually higher strength and are usually harder than steel processed in alternative fashions. The steel is a smaller amount likely to shatter on contact with alternative objects for example, creating forged steel extremely appropriate for things like swords. This increased strength and sturdiness may be a results of the manner during which the steel is forced into form — by pressing or by hammering — throughout the forging method. The steel’s grain is stretched by this method, and winds up aligned in one direction, as critical being random. Following the pressing or hammering, the forging is cooled in water or oil. By the top of the method, the steel is stronger than it might are had it been forged, for example.
A steel forging strength isn’t consistent all the design through instead, steel forgings are anisotropic , that suggests once the metal is worked on and deformation happens, the steel’s strength is greatest inside the direction of the ensuing grain flow. This results in steel forgings that are strongest on their longitudinal axis, whereas in alternative directions, the forging are weaker. This differs from steel castings, that are iso tropous and so have nearly identical properties altogether directions.
Consistency Between Forgings
Since the method of forging is controlled and deliberate, with every forging undergoing constant steps, it’s usually possible to confirm an even material over the course of the many completely different forgings. this can be in distinction to forged steel, that is additional random in nature thanks to the processes used.
Limit On Size
During the forging method, it’s harder to form the metal, since forging happens whereas the steel remains solid, not like in casting wherever the metal has been reduced to its liquid type as a part of the method. Since the engineer working with the steel can have additional issue altering the metal’s form, there’s a limit on the scale and therefore the thickness of the steel which may be successfully forged. The larger the metal section being worked on, the harder it’s to forge.
ASME B16.11 SS Forged Fittings Dimensions Tolerance
|Forged Fittings ASME B16.11 Tolerance (Elbow, Cap, Tee, Reducer)||90 Deg. & 45 Deg.
Elbow and Tee
& Lap Joint
|Forged Fitting Dimension (NPS)||Outside
A ,C ,B
|1/2 to 2-1/2||+0.06||Not less than 87.5%
of nominal thickness
|+/- 0.06||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.12|
|3 to 3-1/2||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.12|
|4||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.12|
|5 to 8||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.06||+/- 0.25|
|10 to 18||+0.16||+/- 0.12||+/- 0.09||+/- 0.09||+/- 0.25|
|20 to 24||+0.25||+/- 0.19||+/- 0.09||+/- 0.09||+/- 0.25|
|26 to 30||+0.25||+/- 0.19||+/- 0.12||+/- 0.19||+/- 0.38|
|32 to 48||+0.25||+/- 0.19||+/- 0.19||+/- 0.19||+/- 0.38|
ASME B16.11 Forged Pipe Fittings Angularity Tolerance
|ND||Max off angle||Max off plane|
|1/2 a 4||1||2|
|5 a 8||2||4|
|10 a 12||3||5|
|14 a 16||3||7|
|18 a 24||4||10|
|26 a 30||5||10|
|32 a 42||5||13|
|44 a 48||5||20|
Forged Fittings Types and Forms Availability
Top Nations we Export and Supply Forged Pipe Fittings
- Costa Rica
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- Abu Dhabi
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Forged Fittings Applications
|Off-Shore Oil Drilling Companies||Power Generation||Gas Processing||Petrochemicals|
|Pharmaceutical Equipment||Specialty Chemicals||Chemical Equipment||Pharmaceuticals|
|Pulp & Paper Industry||Sea Water Equipment||Heat Exchangers||Condensers|