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PIPES, FITTINGS & FLANGES - CONTENTS

CATEGORY SUBJECT PAGE

CARBON STEEL
PIPES ASTM A106 seamless 3
SANS 719 welded 6
SANS 62 welded, screwed and plain ended 7
Chemical composition 8
Dimension tolerances and pipe specifications 9
End preparation 9

FITTINGS Buttweld ASTM A234 Grade WPB 11


Buttweld JIS B 2311-09 19
Forged ANSI B 16.11 23
Pressure/Temperature ratings 26
Malleable cast EN 10242 27
EN 10241:2000 28

FLANGES Carbon steel ASTM A105 ASA 150lb 30


ASA 300lb 31
ASA 600lb 32
Tolerances 31
Steel plate BS EN 1092-1 : 2007 33
SANS 1123 : 2007 34
BS 10 : 1962 35

STAINLESS STEEL
MACSTEEL RANGE
TRADING 37

PIPE Dimensions B36.19 and B36.10 38

FITTINGS AND FLANGES Specifications 39

GRADES 304/304L 41
316/316L 42

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ASTM A106 SEAMLESS


PIPESI API 5L SEAMLESS/WELDED I SANS 719 WELDED I SANS 62 WELDED

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PIPES - Dimensions for A106 - Seamless, API 5L - Seamless or Welded

Nominal Outside Wall Internal Mass


Bore diameter thickness diameter kg/m Schedule
mm mm mm mm approx
6 10.3 1.73 6.84 0.36 STD 40
2.41 5.48 0.46 XS 80
8 13.7 2.24 9.22 0.63 STD 40
3.02 7.66 0.80 XS 80
10 17.1 2.31 12.48 0.85 STD 40
3.20 10.70 1.10 XS 80
15 21.3 2.77 15.76 1.27 STD 40
3.73 13.84 1.62 XS 80
4.78 11.74 1.94 160
7.47 6.36 2.56 XXS
20 26.7 2.87 20.96 1.68 STD 40
3.91 18.88 2.19 XS 80
5.56 15.58 2.89 160
7.82 11.06 3.64 XXS
25 33.4 3.38 26.64 2.50 STD 40
4.55 24.30 3.23 XS 80
6.35 20.70 4.23 160
9.09 15.22 5.45 XXS
32 42.2 3.56 35.08 3.38 STD 40
4.85 32.50 4.46 XS 80
6.35 29.50 5.61 160
9.70 22.80 7.74 XXS
40 48.3 3.68 40.94 4.05 STD 40
5.08 38.14 5.40 XS 80
7.14 34.02 7.22 160
10.16 27.98 9.55 XXS
50 60.3 3.91 52.48 5.43 STD 40
5.54 49.22 7.49 XS 80
8.74 42.82 11.09 160

TRADING
11.07 38.16 13.45 XXS
65 73.0 5.16 62.68 8.62 STD 40
7.01 58.98 11.40 XS 80
9.52 53.96 14.90 160
14.02 44.96 20.38 XXS
80 88.9 5.49 77.92 11.29 STD 40
7.62 73.66 15.25 XS 80
11.13 66.64 21.33 160
15.24 58.42 27.66 XXS
90 101.6 5.74 90.12 13.57 STD 40
8.08 85.44 18.62 XS 80
100 114.3 6.02 102.26 16.07 STD 40
8.56 97.18 22.31 XS 80
11.13 92.04 28.25 120
13.49 87.32 33.49 160
17.12 80.06 40.98 XXS
125 141.3 6.55 128.20 21.78 STD 40
9.52 122.26 30.92 XS 80
12.70 115.90 40.24 120
15.88 109.54 49.05 160
19.05 103.20 57.38 XXS

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PIPES - Dimensions for A106 - Seamless, API 5L - Seamless or Welded

Nominal Outside Wall Internal Mass


Bore diameter thickness diameter kg/m Schedule
mm mm mm mm approx
150 168.3 7.11 154.08 28.26 STD 40
10.97 146.36 42.56 XS 80
14.27 139.76 54.17 120
18.24 131.82 67.49 160
21.95 124.40 79.10 XXS
200 219.1 6.35 206.40 33.31 20
7.04 205.02 36.79 30
8.18 202.74 42.53 STD 40
10.31 198.48 53.10 60
12.70 193.70 64.63 XS 80
15.06 188.98 75.82 100
18.24 182.62 90.36 120
20.62 177.86 100.86 140
22.22 174.66 107.78 XXS
23.01 173.08 111.16 160
250 273.0 6.35 260.30 41.77 20
7.80 257.40 51.00 30
9.27 254.46 60.29 STD 40
12.70 247.60 81.54 XS 60
15.06 242.88 95.90 80
18.24 236.52 114.64 100
21.41 230.18 132.88 120
25.40 222.20 154.96 XXS 140
28.58 215.84 172.09 160
300 323.8 6.35 311.10 49.72 20
8.38 307.04 65.20 30
9.52 304.76 73.82 STD
10.31 303.18 79.72 40
12.70 298.40 97.44 XS

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14.27 295.26 108.86 60
17.35 289.10 131.89 80
21.41 280.98 159.72 100
25.40 273.00 186.75 XXS 120
28.58 266.64 207.85 140
33.32 257.16 238.52 160
350 355.6 6.35 342.90 54.68 10
7.92 339.76 67.94 20
9.52 336.56 81.28 STD 30
11.13 333.34 94.40 40
12.70 330.20 107.38 XS
15.06 325.48 126.58 60
19.05 317.50 157.95 80
23.80 308.00 194.82 100
27.76 300.08 224.42 120
31.75 292.10 253.14 140
35.71 284.18 281.38 160

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PIPES - Dimensions for A106 - Seamless, API 5L - Seamless or Welded

Nominal Outside Wall Internal Mass


Bore diameter thickness diameter kg/m Schedule
mm mm mm mm approx
400 406.4 6.35 392.70 62.63 10
7.92 390.56 77.86 20
9.52 387.36 93.21 STD 30
12.70 381.00 123.29 XS 40
16.66 373.08 160.05 60
21.41 363.58 203.32 80
26.19 354.02 245.32 100
30.94 344.52 286.44 120
36.53 333.34 332.62 140
40.46 325.48 364.85 160
450 457.2 6.35 444.50 70.59 10
7.92 441.36 87.79 20
9.52 438.16 105.14 STD
11.13 434.94 122.36 30
12.70 431.80 139.19 XS
14.27 428.66 155.91 40
19.05 419.10 205.62 60
23.80 409.60 254.38 80
29.36 398.48 309.44 100
34.92 387.36 363.19 120
39.67 377.86 408.01 140
45.24 366.72 459.18 160
500 508.0 6.35 495.30 78.54 10
9.52 488.96 117.07 STD 20
12.70 482.60 155.10 XS 30
15.06 477.88 183.15 40
20.62 466.76 247.78 60
26.19 455.62 310.82 80
32.54 442.92 381.04 100

TRADING
38.10 431.80 440.93 120
44.45 419.10 507.54 140
49.99 408.02 564.14 160
550 558.8 6.35 546.10 86.50 10
9.52 539.76 129.01 STD 20
12.70 533.40 171.01 XS 30
22.22 514.36 293.81 60
28.58 501.64 373.83 80
600 609.6 6.35 596.90 94.45 10
9.52 590.56 140.88 STD 20
12.70 584.20 186.92 XS
14.27 581.06 209.54 30
17.35 574.90 254.93 40
24.59 560.42 354.74 60
30.94 547.72 441.90 80
38.89 531.82 546.92 100
46.02 517.56 639.18 120
52.37 504.86 718.94 140
59.51 490.58 806.61 160

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PIPES - SANS 719 Welded Pipes

Dimensions & Mass


NB OD Wall Mass Wall Mass Wall Mass
mm mm mm kg/m mm kg/m mm kg/m
200 219 4.5 23.81 6 31.53 8 41.63
250 273 4.5 29.80 6 39.51 8 52.29
300 324 4.5 35.46 6 47.06 8 62.35
350 356 4.5 39.01 6 51.80 8 68.67
400 406 4.5 44.56 6 59.20 8 78.53
450 457 4.5 50.22 6 66.74 8 88.60
500 508 4.5 55.88 6 74.29 8 98.66
600 610 4.5 67.21 6 89.39 8 118.79
700 711 6 104.33 8 138.72
800 813 6 119.43 8 158.84
900 914 6 134.37 8 178.77

Pressure Rating Grade B


Test Pressure KPa

NB OD Wall Thickness
mm mm 4.5 6 8 10 12
200 219 7430 9900 13200 16500 19800
250 273 5960 7950 10590 13240 15890

TRADING
300 324 5020 6700 8930 11160 13390
350 356 4580 6100 8130 10170 12200
400 406 4000 5340 7120 8900 10670
450 457 3560 4750 6330 6910 9490
500 508 3200 4270 5690 7120 8540
600 610 2670 3560 4740 5930 7120
700 711 2290 3050 4070 5080 6100
800 813 2000 2670 3560 4450 5340
900 914 1780 2370 3160 3960 4750

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PIPES - SANS 62 Welded Pipes

Dimensions

Wall thickness Approx. mass


Nominal Outside Medium Heavy Medium Heavy
size diameter mm class class class class
mm min max min max kg/m kg/m
8 13.3 13.9 2.0 2.5 0.59 0.710
10 16.8 17.4 2.0 2.5 0.76 0.920
15 21.1 21.7 2.3 2.8 1.123 1.340
20 26.6 27.2 2.3 2.8 1.442 1.728
25 33.4 34.2 2.8 3.5 2.225 2.711
32 42.1 42.9 2.8 3.5 2.843 3.481
40 48.0 48.8 2.8 3.5 3.261 4.003
50 59.8 60.8 3.2 3.9 4.606 5.598
65 75.4 76.6 3.2 3.9 5.869 7.153
80 88.1 89.5 3.5 4.2 7.604 9.033
100 113.3 114.9 3.9 4.7 10.924 13.021
125 138.7 140.6 4.2 4.7 14.447 16.058
150 164.1 166.1 4.2 4.7 17.148 19.072

The outside diameter of a pipe is considered constant, for practical purposes, subject to the tolerances given.

PRESSURE RATINGS FOR SCREW THREADED ENDS FOR PLUMBING INSTALLATIONS


The nett wall thickness of a pipe determines the pressure rating. The wall thickness forfeited during threading
must be taken into account. This is why the working pressure rating for medium and heavy pipes is considered to
be the same.

PRESSURE RATING FOR HIGH PRESSURE INSTALLATIONS


The working pressure for plain ended pipes differs for medium and heavy pipes. The pressure rating for a screw
threaded pipe is only considered the same as a plain ended pipe when a screwed on flange has been welded in
place. The type of pipe joint will determine the strength, durability and life expectancy of a plain ended pipe
system.

Maximum working pressure rating (static)

Nominal
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Maximum working pressure rating bar
Screw threaded ends Plain end pipes
size Medium and heavy
mm classes Medium class Heavy class
8 40 70 80
10 40 70 80
15 40 70 80
20 40 70 80
25 40 70 80
32 40 70 80
40 40 70 80
50 20 60 70
65 20 60 70
80 20 60 70
100 20 50 60
125 20 50 60
150 20 50 60

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PIPES - Carbon and Alloy Steel Pipe Materials

10 000lb/in² =
68.95 MPa
Metric conversions
100MPa =
14 500lb/in²

Chemical compositions % Stress (min)


Material API/ASTM Specifications Carbon Mangan Phos Sulph Silicon Chrome Molyb Nickel Tensile Yield
No Grade Form (max) (max) MPa MPa
Carbon Steel AP15L A Line Pipe 0.21 max 0.90 max 0.040 0.050 331 207
Carbon Steel AP15L B Line Pipe 0.26 max 1.15 max 0.040 0.050 413 241
Carbon Steel AP15L X42 Line Pipe 0.28 max 1.25 max 0.040 0.050 413 289
Carbon Steel AP15L X52 Line Pipe 0.30 max 1.35 max 0.040 0.050 455 358
Carbon Steel AP15L X60 Line Pipe 0.26 max 1.35 max 0.040 0.050 517 413
Carbon Steel A106 A Pipe 0.25 max 0.27/0.93 0.048 0.058 0.10 min 0.40 0.15 0.40 330 205
Carbon Steel A234 WPA Fittings 0.25 max 0.27/0.93 0.048 0.058 0.10 min 330 205
Carbon Steel A106 B Pipe 0.30 max 0.29/1.06 0.048 0.058 0.10 min 0.40 0.15 0.40 415 240
Carbon Steel A234 WPB Fittings 0.30 max 0.29/1.06 0.050 0.058 0.10 min 415 240
Carbon Steel A106 C Pipe 0.35 max 0.29/1.06 0.048 0.058 0.10 min 0.40 0.15 0.40 485 275
Carbon Steel A234 WPC Fittings 0.35 max 0.29/1.06 0.050 0.058 0.10 min 485 275
Carbon Steel A105 A/M Flanges 0.35 max 0.60/1.05 0.040 0.050 0.35 max 485 250
Carbon Steel Class 60 A181 A/M Flanges 0.35 max 1.10 max 0.050 0.050 0.35 max 415 205
Carbon Steel Class 70 A181 A/M Flanges 0.35 max 1.10 max 0.050 0.050 0.35 max 485 250
Killed Carbon Steel A350 LF1 Flanges 0.30 max 1.35 max 0.035 0.040 415 205
Killed Carbon Steel A333 Gr1 Pipe 0.30 max 0.40/1.06 0.050 0.060 380 205
Killed Carbon Steel A420 Fittings 0.30 max 0.40/1.06 0.050 0.060 380 205
3.5% Nickel A350 LF3 Flanges 0.20 max 0.90 max 0.035 0.040 0.20/0.35 3.25/3.75 485 260
3.5% Nickel A333 Gr6 Pipe 0.30 max 0.29/1.06 0.025 0.025 0.10 min 415 240
3.5% Nickel A420 WPL6 Fitting 0.30 max 0.39/1.06 0.030 0.030 0.10 min 415 240
Carbon-Mo A182 F1 Flanges 0.28 max 0.60/0.90 0.045 0.045 0.10/0.50 0.44/.065 485 275
0.5% Mo A234 WP1 Fittings 0.28 max 0.30/0.90 0.045 0.045 0.10/0.50 0.44/0.65 380 205
0.5% Mo A335 P1 Pipe 0.10/0.20 0.30/0.80 0.045 0.045 0.10/0.50 0.44/0.65 380 205
1% Cr 0.5% Mo A182 F12 Flanges 0.10/0.20 0.30/0.80 0.040 0.040 0.10/0.60 0.80/1.25 0.44/0.65 485 275
1% Cr 0.5% Mo A234 WP12 Fittings 0.20 max 0.30/0.80 0.045 0.045 0.60 max 0.80/1.25 0.44/0.65 485 275

TRADING
1% Cr 0.5% Mo A335 P12 Pipe 0.15 max 0.30/0.61 0.045 0.045 0.50 max 0.80/1.25 0.44/0.65 415 205
1.25% Cr 0.5% Mo A182 F11 Flanges 0.10/0.20 0.30/0.80 0.040 0.040 0.50/1.00 1.00/1.50 0.44/0.65 485 275
1.25% Cr 0.5% Mo A234 WP11 Fittings 0.20 max 0.30/0.80 0.040 0.040 0.50/1.00 1.00/1.50 0.44/0.65 485 275
1.25% Cr 0.5% Mo A335 P11 Pipe 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.030 0.030 0.50/1.00 1.00/1.50 0.44/0.65 415 205
Cr Mo A182 F22 Flanges 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.040 0.040 0.50 max 2.00/2.50 0.87/1.13 515 310
2.25% Cr 1% Mo A234 WP22 Fittings 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.040 0.040 0.50 max 1.90/2.60 0.87/1.13 515 310
K21590 A335 P22 Pipe 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.030 0.030 0.50 max 1.90/2.60 0.87/1.13 415 205
4-6% Cr A182 F5 Flanges 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.030 0.030 0.50 max 4.00/6.00 0.44/0.65 485 275
K41545 A234 WP5 Fittings 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.040 0.030 0.50 max 4.00/6.00 0.44/0.65 415 205
K41545 A335 P5 Pipe 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.030 0.030 0.50 max 4.00/6.00 0.45/1.65 415 205
K61595 A182 F7 Flanges 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.030 0.030 0.50/1.00 6.00/8.00 0.44/0.65 485 275
7% Cr 0.5% Mo A234 WP7 Fittings 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.030 0.030 0.50/1.00 6.00/8.00 0.44/0.65 415 205
7% Cr 0.5% Mo A335 P7 Pipe 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.030 0.030 0.50/1.00 6.00/8.00 0.44/0.65 415 205
9% Cr 1% Mo A182 F9 Flanges 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.030 0.030 0.50/1.00 8.00/10.00 0.90/1.10 585 380
9% Cr 1% Mo A234 WP9 Fittings 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.030 0.030 0.25/1.00 8.00/10.00 0.90/1.10 415 205
9% Cr 1% Mo A335 P9 Pipe 0.15 max 0.30/0.60 0.030 0.030 0.25/1.00 8.00/10.00 0.90/1.10 415 205

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PIPES - Dimensional tolerances for Steel Pipe to API specifications 5L and 5 XL

Mass Lengths
Nominal bore Outside diameter Wall thickness Theoretical Single Double
mass% random random
Up to 65mm +0.40-0.79mm +20%-12.5%
STD, Special Min Min
80mm +-1% +18%-12.5% average average
XS, plain
100mm & larger (seamless) +-0.75% +15%-12.5% XXS, end 5.40m 11.55m
+10% +10% shortest shortest
100mm up to 450mm +-1% +15%-12.5% piece piece
-3.5% -5%
Over 500mm (welded) +-1% +15%-10.0% 2.97m 4.62m

Pipe Specifications
Dimensions and tolerances
ASTM BS DIN WERKSTOFF for bevelled ends on pipes
and fittings
A120 1387 1629 St 00
ASA B 37.5
A53 GrA 3601/22 1629 M St35.29 Bevel for wall thicknesses 4.8 up to
and including 22.2
A53 GrB 3601/27 1629 M St45.29
A106 GrA 3602/23 17175 M St35.8 1.0350
37.5° +- 2.5°
A106 GrB 3602/27 17175 M St45.8 1.0350
22.2
A106 GrC 3602/35 17175 17 Mn4 max
1.6 +- 0.8 root face
A333 Gr1 3603/LT50 TT St35N
A333 Gr6 3603/410LT50 17175 SEW 680 Bevel for wall thicknesses

TRADING
unless specified
A335 GrP1 3604/240 17175 16 Mo5 1.5423
10° + 1° 3.2
A335 GrP12 3604/620 17175 13 CrMo44 1.7335 radius
min
A335 Grp11 3604/621 17175 22 CrMo44 1.7350
37.5° +- 2.5°
A335 Grp22 3604/622 17175 10 CrMo910 1.7380 22.2 19
A335 GrP5 3604/625 17175 12 CrMo195 1.7362 1.6 +- 0.8 root face
A335 GrP7 3604/627 17175x12 CrMo7 1.7368
A335 GrP9 3604/629 17175x12 CrMo91 1.7386 API 5L
Bevel for wall thicknesses
over 22.2

30° + 5°

1.6 +- 0.8 root face

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FITTINGS BUTTWELD I FORGED STEEL I MALLEABLE CAST I WROUGHT STEEL

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BUTTWELD FITTINGS - ASTM A234 WPB 90° Elbows. Long radius to ANSI B 16.9

OD

ID

T
A

Standard Schedule 80
Nominal Outside Centre Inside Wall Mass Inside Wall Mass
pipe diameter to end diameter thickness approx diameter thickness approx
size OD A ID T ID T
mm mm mm mm mm kg mm mm kg
15 21.3 38.1 15.80 2.77 0.10 13.87 3.73 0.10
20 26.7 28.6 20.93 2.87 0.10 18.85 3.91 0.10
25 33.4 38.1 26.64 3.38 0.20 24.31 4.55 0.20
32 42.2 47.6 35.05 3.56 0.30 32.46 4.85 0.30
40 48.3 57.2 40.89 3.68 0.40 38.10 5.08 0.50
50 60.3 76.2 52.50 3.91 0.70 49.25 5.54 0.90
65 73.0 95.3 62.71 5.16 1.30 59.00 7.01 1.70
80 88.9 114.3 77.93 5.49 2.00 73.66 7.62 2.70
90
100
101.6
114.3
TRADING
133.4
152.4
90.12
102.26
5.74
6.02
2.80
3.80
85.45
97.18
8.08
8.56
3.90
5.30
125 141.3 190.5 128.19 6.55 6.50 122.25 9.53 9.30
150 168.3 228.6 154.05 7.11 10.10 146.33 10.97 15.30
200 219.1 304.8 202.72 8.18 20.30 193.68 12.70 30.90
250 273.0 381.0 254.51 9.27 36.00 242.87 15.09 57.40
300 323.9 457.2 304.80 9.53 53.00 288.90 17.48 94.70
350 355.6 533.4 336.55 9.53 68.00 317.50 19.05 132.00
400 406.4 609.6 387.35 9.53 89.20 363.52 21.44 195.00
450 457.2 685.8 438.15 9.53 113.00 409.55 23.83 274.00
500 508.0 762.0 488.95 9.53 140.00 455.63 26.19 372.00
600 609.6 914.4 590.55 9.53 202.00 547.67 30.96 634.00

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BUTTWELD FITTINGS - ASTM A234 WPB 45° Elbows. Long radius to ANSI B 16.9

B
OD

B ID

Standard Schedule 80
Nominal Outside Centre Inside Wall Mass Inside Wall Mass
pipe diameter to end diameter thickness approx diameter thickness approx
size OD B ID T ID T
mm mm mm mm mm kg mm mm kg
15 21.3 15.9 15.80 2.77 0.10 13.87 3.73 0.15
20 26.7 11.11 20.93 2.87 0.10 18.85 3.91 0.15
25 33.4 22.2 26.64 3.38 0.10 24.31 4.55 0.15
32 42.2 25.4 35.05 3.56 0.10 32.46 4.85 0.20
40 48.3 28.6 40.89 3.68 0.20 38.10 5.08 0.24
50 60.3 34.9 52.50 3.91 0.30 49.25 5.54 0.50
65 73.0 44.5 62.71 5.16 0.70 59.00 7.01 0.90
80 88.9 50.8 77.93 5.49 1.00 73.66 7.62 1.40
90
100
101.6
114.3
TRADING
57.2
63.5
90.12
102.26
5.74
6.02
1.40
1.90
85.45
97.18
8.08
8.56
2.00
2.67
125 141.3 79.4 128.19 6.55 3.30 122.25 9.53 4.62
150 168.3 95.3 154.05 7.11 5.10 146.33 10.97 7.07
200 219.1 127.0 202.72 8.18 10.20 193.68 12.70 15.40
250 273.0 158.8 254.51 9.27 18.00 242.87 15.09 28.70
300 323.9 190.5 304.80 9.53 26.50 288.90 17.48 47.40
350 355.6 222.3 336.55 9.53 39.60 317.50 19.05 66.00
400 406.4 254.0 387.35 9.53 59.00 363.52 21.44 97.50
450 457.2 285.8 438.15 9.53 84.00 409.55 23.83 137.00
500 508.0 317.5 488.95 9.53 110.00 455.62 26.19 186.00
600 609.6 381.0 590.55 9.53 183.00 547.68 30.96 317.00

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OD

ID

T
A

Standard Schedule 80
Nominal Outside Centre Inside Wall Mass Inside Wall Mass
pipe diameter to end diameter thickness approx diameter thickness approx
size OD A ID T ID T
mm mm mm mm mm kg mm mm kg
25 33.4 25.4 26.64 3.38 0.10 33.40 4.55 0.10
32 42.2 31.8 35.05 3.56 0.20 42.16 4.85 0.20
40 48.3 38.1 40.89 3.68 0.20 38.10 5.08 0.30
50 60.3 50.8 52.50 3.91 0.40 49.25 5.54 0.60
65 73.0 63.5 62.71 5.16 0.90 59.00 7.01 1.10
80 88.9 76.2 77.93 5.49 1.40 73.66 7.62 1.80
90 101.6 88.9 90.12 5.74 1.90 85.45 8.08 2.60
100 114.3 101.6 102.26 6.02 2.60 97.18 8.56 3.60
125
150
141.3
168.3
TRADING
127.0
152.4
128.19
154.05
6.55
7.11
4.30
6.80
122.25
146.33
9.53
10.97
6.20
10.20
200 219.1 203.2 202.72 8.18 13.60 193.68 12.70 20.60
250 273.1 254.0 254.51 9.27 24.00 242.87 15.09 38.20
300 323.9 304.8 304.80 9.53 35.30 288.90 17.48 63.20
350 355.6 355.6 336.55 9.53 45.40 317.50 19.05 88.20
400 406.4 406.4 387.35 9.53 59.40 363.52 21.44 130.00
450 457.2 457.2 438.15 9.53 75.40 409.55 23.83 183.00
500 508.0 508.0 488.95 9.53 93.30 455.63 26.19 248.00
600 609.6 609.6 590.55 9.53 138.50 547.67 30.96 440.00

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A A

Nominal Pipe Size Centre to End Mass approx kg


Run mm Branch mm Run A mm Branch B mm Standard Schedule 80
15 15 25.4 25.4 0.08 0.11
10 25.4 25.4 0.06 0.09
8 25.4 25.4 0.04 0.06
20 20 28.6 28.6 0.11 0.16
15 28.6 28.6 0.16 0.15
10 28.6 28.6 0.16 0.13
25 25 38.1 38.1 0.24 0.32
20 38.1 38.1 0.23 0.29
15 38.1
38 1 38.1
38 1 02
0.23
23
3 0228
8
0.28
10 38.1 38.1 0.20 0.26
32 32 47.6
47 6 47.6
47 6 0.46
0 46 0 55
0.55
25 47.6 47.6 0.39 0.51
20 47 6
47.6 47 6
47.6 0 37
0.37 0 48
0.48
15 47.6 47.6 0.35 0.46
40 40 57.1 57.1 0.71 0.80
32 57.1
577 57.1
7.1 0.68 0 77
0.77
25
2 57.1
577 57.1
577 0
0.55 0.72
0.72
20 57.1 57.1 0
0.52 69
0.69
15 57.1 57.1
5 0
0.50 0.66
0.66
50 5
50 63.5
6
63. 63.5 0
0.99 19
1.19
40 63.5 60.3 0.93 1.11
32 63.5 53.9 0.89 1.07
25 63.5
63 5 50.8
50 8 0 74
0.74 1 02
1.02
20 63.5
63 44.4
44 4 0.70
0
0.70 1 00
1.00
65 65 76 2
76.2 76 2
76.2 1 90
1.90 2 19
2.19
50 76.2
76 2 69.9
69 9 1.53
1 53 1 99
1.99
40 76.2 66.7 1.47 1.90

TRADING
32 76.2 63.5 1.56 1.86
25 76.2 57.1
7.1 1.50 1.82
80 8
80 85.7 85.7
5.7 2.85 3.24
6
65 85
85.77 8225
82.5 2 27
2.27 3.04
50 85.7 76.2 2.14 2.85
40 85.7 73.0 2.08 2.76
32 85.7 69.8 2.05 2.68
25 85.7 66.7 2.00 2.60
90 90 95.2 95.2 4.47 6.52
80 95.2 92.0 4.88 6.52
65 95.2 88.9 4.53 6.52
50 95.2 82.5 4.35 6.52
40 95.2 79.4 4.26 6.52
100 100 104.8 104.8 4.83 7.50
90 104.8 101.6 4.62 6.25
80 104.8 98.4 3.82 5.33
65 104.8 95.2 3.69 5.14
50 104.8 88.9 3.55 4.95
40 104.8 85.7 3.50 4.85
125 125 123.8 123.8 8.00 9.28
100 123.8 117.5 6.18 8.69
90 123.8 114.3 6.34 8.81
80 123.8 111.1 8.10 8.59
65 123.8 107.9 6.08 8.20
50 123.8 104.8 6.00 8.38

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A A

Nominal Pipe Size Centre to End Mass approx kg


Run mm Branch mm Run A mm Branch B mm Standard Schedule 80
150 150 142.9 142.9 10.20 15.90
125 142.9 136.5 9.22 14.00
100 142.9 130.2 8.81 13.50
90 142.9 127.0 8.93 13.10
80 142.9 123.8 8.52 12.90
65 142.9 120.6 8.45 12.70
50 142.9 117.5 8.37 12.60
200 200 177.8 177.8 22.90 29.00
150 177
177.8.8
8 168
168.3.3
3 18.80
18 80 27.00
27 00
125 177.8 161.9 18.40 26.20
100 177.8
177 8 155.6
155 6 18.00
18 00 25.60
25 60
90 177.8 152.4 17.90 25.00
80 177 8
177.8 152 4
152.4 17 85
17.85 24 85
24.85
250 250 215.9 215.9 36.60 60.80
200 215.9 203.3 32.40 43.90
150 215.9
215
15
5 193.7
93.7 30.50 42 00
42.00
125
1 215.9
215
15 9 190.5
9
90 30.10
30
0.10 41
1.30
41.30
1000
100 215.9 9 184.1 29.90
29
9.90 40.00
0 00
90 215.9 9 177.8
1 29.85
29
9.85 39
9.40
39.400
300
0 3
30
300 254.0
25
254 0 254.0
2 58.40
58
8.40 95.80
5 80
250 254.0 241.3 55.20 71.80
200 254.0 228.6 53.10 62.90
150 254.0
254 .0
0 219.1
219 .1
1 51.20
51 20 61.00
61 00
125
12 2
2544.0
254.0 0 215
21
215.9.9
9 50.00
0 00 59.
9 50
59.500
100 254 0
254.0 209 5
209.5 49 75
49.75 58 00
58.00
350 350 279.4
279 4 279.4
279 4 83.20
83 20 129.00
129 00
300 279.4 269.9 79.40 89.50

TRADING
250 279.4 257.2 76.10 85.50
200 279.4
79.4 247.6
47. 63.70 78.30
1
150 279.4 238.1
38. 61.50 76.00
400 4
400 304
304.8 8 304
04 8
304.8 96
6 30
96.30 173.00
350 304.8 304.8 89.50 108.00
300 304.8 295.3 85.70 105.00
250 304.8 282.6 82.40 101.00
200 304.8 273.0 80.00 96.00
150 304.8 263.5 77.50 90.00
450 450 342.9 342.9 131.00 253.00
400 342.9 330.2 121.00 135.00
350 342.9 330.2 118.00 133.00
300 342.9 320.7 114.00 131.00
250 342.9 308.0 110.00 128.00
200 342.9 298.4 104.00 125.00
500 500 381.0 381.0 173.00 353.00
450 381.0 368.3 167.00 168.00
400 381.0 355.6 162.00 163.00
350 381.0 355.6 161.00 162.00
300 381.0 346.1 158.00 160.00
250 381.0 333.4 152.00 159.50
200 381.0 323.8 145.00 158.60
600 600 431.8 431.8 274.00 748.00
500 431.8 431.8 263.00 606.00
450 431.8 419.1 245.00 533.00
400 431.8 406.4 235.00 490.00
350 431.8 406.4 226.00 490.00
300 431.8 396.9 218.00 452.00
250 431.8 384.2 212.00 452.00

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Concentric and Eccentric to ANSI B 16.9

OD OD

Nominal Pipe Outside diameter Length L Mass approx kg


Size mm mm mm Standard Schedule 80
20 x 15 26.7 x 21.3 38.1 0.07 0.10
25 x 15 33.4 x 21.3 50.8 0.18 0.20
25 x 20 33.4 x 26.7 50.8 0.18 0.20
32 x 15 42.2 x 21.3 50.8 0.18 0.22
32 x 20 42.2 x 26.7 50.8 0.18 0.22
32 x 25 42.2 x 33.4 50.8 0.22 0.22
40 x 15 48.3 x 21.3 63.5 0.22 0.30
40 x 20 48.3 x 26.7 63.5 0.25 0.31
40 x 25 48.3 x 33.4 63.5 0.28 0.34
40 x 32 48.3 x 33.4 63.5 0.31 0.35
50 x 15 60.3 x 21.3 72.2 0.31 0.40
50 x 20 60.3 x 26.7 72.2 0.31 0.45
50 x 25 60.3 x 33.4 72.2 0.34 0.50
50 x 32 60.3 x 42.2 72.2 0.38 0.52
50 x 40 60.3 x 48.3 72.2 0.40 0.54
65 x 25 73.0 x 33.4 88.9 0.56 0.80
65 x 32 73.0 x 42.2 88.9 0.56 0.84
65 x 40 73.0 x 48.8 88.9 0.62 0.86
65 x 50
80 x 25
80 x 32
TRADING
73.0 x 60.3
88.9 x 33.4
88.9 x 42.2
88.9
88.9
88.9
0.68
0.68
0.72
0.90
1.02
1.08
80 x 40 88.9 x 48.3 88.9 0.77 1.13
80 x 50 88.9 x 60.3 88.9 0.81 1.18
80 x 65 88.9 x 73.0 88.9 0.90 1.24
100 x 25 114.3 x 33.4 101.6 1.24 1.59
100 x 32 114.3 x 42.2 101.6 1.24 1.70
100 x 40 114.3 x 48.3 101.6 1.30 1.81
100 x 50 114.3 x 60.3 101.6 1.36 1.92
100 x 65 114.3 x 73.0 101.6 1.47 1.98
100 x 80 114.3 x 88.9 101.6 1.53 2.04
125 x 50 141.3 x 60.3 127.0 2.26 2.94
125 x 65 141.3 x 73.0 127.0 2.38 3.17
125 x 80 141.3 x 88.9 127.0 2.50 3.40
125 x 100 141.3 x 114.3 127.0 2.72 3.74
150 x 50 168.3 x 60.3 139.7 3.17 4.30
150 x 65 168.3 x 73.0 139.7 3.29 4.53

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Concentric and Eccentric to ANSI B 16.9

OD
OD

Nominal Pipe Outside diameter Length L Mass approx kg


Size mm mm mm Standard Schedule 80
150 x 80 168.3 x 88.9 139.7 3.63 4.76
150 x 90 168.3 x 101.6 139.7 3.74 5.00
150 x 100 168.3 x 114.3 139.7 3.74 5.21
150 x 125 168.3 x 141.3 139.7 3.85 5.44
200 x 80 219.1 x 88.9 152.4 5.00 7.25
200 x 90 219.1 x 101.6 152.4 5.00 7.50
200 x 100 219.1 x 114.3 152.4 5.00 7.71
200 x 125 219.1 x 141.3 152.4 5.44 8.16
200 x 150 219.1 x 168.3 152.4 6.01 8.50
*250 x 80 273.0 x 88.9 177.8 8.16 10.43
250 x 100 273.0 x 114.3 177.8 9.07 17.00
250 x 125 273.0 x 141.3 177.8 9.52 17.00
250 x 150 273.0 x 168.3 177.8 9.75 17.00
250 x 200 273.0 x 219.1 177.8 9.98 17.00
*300 x 100 323.9 x 114.3 203.2 13.38 17.23
300 x 125 323.9 x 141.3 203.2 13.60 17.70
300 x 150 323.9 x 168.3 203.2 14.06 26.76

TRADING
300 x 200 323.9 x 219.1 203.2 14.51 26.76
300 x 250 323.9 x 273.0 203.2 15.42 26.76
350 x 150 355.6 x 168.3 330.2 26.30 35.40
350 x 200 355.6 x 219.1 330.2 26.53 35.56
350 x 250 355.6 x 273.0 330.2 26.87 35.94
350 x 300 355.6 x 323.9 330.2 27.21 36.28
400 x 200 406.4 x 219.1 355.6 31.11 40.16
400 x 250 406.4 x 273.0 355.6 31.52 40.37
400 x 300 406.4 x 323.9 355.6 31.75 40.82
400 x 350 406.4 x 355.6 355.6 32.20 41.27
450 x 300 457.2 x 323.9 381.0 37.65 51.25
450 x 350 457.2 x 355.6 381.0 38.10 51.71
450 x 400 457.2 x 406.4 381.0 38.55 52.16
500 x 350 508.0 x 355.6 508.0 53.33 76.20
500 x 400 508.0 x 406.4 508.0 56.24 76.65
500 x 450 508.0 x 457.2 508.0 56.70 77.11
600 x 400 609.6 x 406.4 508.0 65.77 86.18
600 x 450 609.6 x 457.2 508.0 67.13 88.45
600 x 500 609.6 x 508.0 508.0 68.04 90.72
* Concentric only

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OD

Standard Schedule 80
Nominal Outside Wall Mass Wall Mass
pipe diameter Length thickness approx thickness approx
size OD E
mm mm mm mm kg mm kg
25 33.4 38.1 3.3 0.11 4.5 0.14
32 42.2 38.1 3.5 0.14 4.8 0.19
40 48.3 38.1 3.6 0.17 5.0 0.23
50 60.3 38.1 3.9 0.23 5.5 0.33
65 73.0 38.1 5.1 0.39 7.0 0.53
80 88.9 50.8 5.4 0.66 7.6 0.92
90 101.6 63.5 5.7 0.97 8.0 1.36
100 114.3 63.5 6.0 1.17 8.5 1.67

TRADING
125 141.3 76.2 6.5 1.91 9.5 2.78
150 168.3 88.9 7.1 2.90 10.9 4.47
200 219.1 101.6 8.1 5.19 12.7 8.05
250 273.0 127.0 9.2 9.15 15.06 16.30
300 323.9 152.4 9.5 13.30 17.35 26.80
350 355.6 165.1 9.5 15.90 19.05 34.50
400 406.4 177.8 9.5 20.00 21.41 47.70
450 457.2 203.2 9.5 25.60 23.80 67.70
500 508.0 228.6 9.5 31.90 26.19 91.30
600 609.6 266.7 9.5 45.10 30.94 155.00

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FITTINGS - Japanese Industrial Standard JIS B 2311-09
30° + 5’0

2.1 +- 1.2mm
Height of root face
The Japanese Industrial Standard JIS B 2311-09 specifies steel
butt-welding pipe fittings which are generally used for ordinary piping in JIS
G3452, for steam, water, oil, gas, etc at relatively low pressures.

MATERIALS: The fittings to this standard are made from materials in


accordance with JIS G3452. OD
PRESSURE RATINGS: The fittings are free from leakage at hydrostatic
pressure up to a maximum of 2.5 MPa.

WELDING END PREPARATIONS: Bevel dimensions and tolerances ID


confirm to those shown in the diagram.

T
A

FITTINGS - 90° Elbows. Long Radius to JIS B 2311-09 (SGP - All sizes are welded)

Nominal Outside Inside Wall Centre Mass


pipe diameter diameter thickness to End approx
size
mm mm mm T A kg
15 21.7 16.1 2.8 38.1 0.08
20 27.2 21.6 2.8 38.1 0.10
25 34.0 27.6 3.2 38.1 0.15
32 42.7 35.7 3.5 47.6 0.25
40 48.6 41.6 3.5 57.2 0.35
50 60.5 52.9 3.8 76.2 0.63
65 76.3 67.9 4.2 95.3 1.12
80 89.1 80.7 4.2 114.3 1.58
90
100 TRADING
101.6
114.3
93.2
105.3
4.2
4.5
133.4
152.4
2.11
2.91
125 139.8 130.8 4.5 190.5 4.49
150 165.2 155.2 5.0 228.6 7.09
200 216.3 204.7 5.8 304.8 14.40
*200 219.1 207.5 5.8 304.8 14.40
250 267.4 254.2 6.6 381.0 25.40
*250 273.0 259.8 6.6 381.0 25.40
300 318.5 304.7 6.9 457.2 38.10
*300 323.8 310.0 6.9 457.2 38.10
350 355.6 339.8 7.9 533.4 56.70
400 406.4 390.6 7.9 609.6 74.30
450 457.2 441.4 7.9 685.8 94.20
500 508.0 492.2 7.9 762.0 117.00
600 609.6 593.8 7.9 914.4 168.00
* Dimensions to BS 1965

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Nominal Outside Inside Wall Centre Mass
pipe diameter diameter thickness to End approx
size
mm mm mm T A kg
25 34.0 27.6 3.2 25.4 0.10
32 42.7 35.7 3.5 31.8 0.17
OD
40 48.6 41.6 3.5 38.1 0.23
50 60.5 52.9 3.8 50.8 0.42
65 76.3 67.9 4.2 63.5 0.74 ID
80 89.1 80.7 4.2 76.2 1.05
90 101.6 93.2 4.2 88.9 1.41
T
100 114.3 105.3 4.5 101.6 1.94 A
125 139.8 130.8 4.5 127.0 2.99
150 165.2 155.2 5.0 152.4 4.73
200 216.3 204.7 5.8 203.2 9.61
*200 219.1 207.5 5.8 203.2 9.61
250 267.4 254.2 6.6 254.0 16.90
*250 273.0 259.8 6.6 254.0 16.90
300 318.5 304.7 6.9 304.8 25.40
*300 323.8 310.0 6.9 304.8 25.40
350 355.6 339.8 7.9 355.6 37.80
400 406.4 390.6 7.9 406.4 49.30

FITTINGS - 45° Elbows. Long Radius to JIS B 2311-09 (SGP - All sizes are welded)
Nominal Outside Inside Wall Centre Mass
pipe diameter diameter thickness to End approx B
size
mm mm mm T A kg OD
15 21.7 16.1 2.8 15.8 0.04
20 27.2 21.6 2.8 15.8 0.05
25 34.0 27.6 3.2 15.8 0.07
B ID
32 42.7 35.7 3.5 19.7 0.13

TRADING
40 48.6 41.6 3.5 23.7 0.18 T
50 60.5 52.9 3.8 31.6 0.32
65 76.3 67.9 4.2 39.5 0.56
80 89.1 80.7 4.2 47.3 0.79
90 101.6 93.2 4.2 55.3 1.06
100 114.3 105.3 4.5 63.1 1.46
125 139.8 130.8 4.5 78.9 2.25
150 165.2 155.2 5.0 94.7 3.54
200 216.3 204.7 5.8 126.2 7.20
*200 219.1 207.5 5.8 126.2 7.20
250 267.4 254.2 6.6 157.8 12.70
*250 273.0 259.8 6.6 157.8 12.70
300 318.5 304.7 6.9 189.4 19.00
*300 323.8 310.0 6.9 189.4 19.00
350 355.6 339.8 7.9 220.9 28.40
400 406.4 390.6 7.9 252.5 37.10
450 457.2 441.4 7.9 284.1 47.10
500 508.0 492.2 7.9 315.6 58.30
600 609.6 593.8 7.9 378.7 84.00

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SGP - All sizes are welded
L

Nominal Outside OD OD
pipe diameter Length Mass
size
mm mm mm kg
20 x 15 27.2 x 21.7 38.1 0.06
25 x 20 34.0 x 27.2 50.8 0.11
25 x 15 34.0 x 21.7 50.8 0.10
L
32 x 25 42.7 x 34.0 50.8 0.15
32 x 20 42.7 x 27.2 50.8 0.14
32 x 15 42.7 x 21.7 50.8 0.13
40 x 32 48.6 x 42.7 63.5 0.23 OD
40 x 25 48.6 x 34.0 63.5 0.21 OD
40 x 20 48.6 x 27.2 63.5 0.19
50 x 40 60.5 x 48.6 76.2 0.36
50 x 32 60.5 x 42.7 76.2 0.34
Nominal Outside
50 x 25 60.5 x 34.0 76.2 0.32 pipe diameter Length Mass
size
50 x 20 60.5 x 27.2 76.2 0.29 mm mm mm kg
65 x 50 76.3 x 60.5 88.9 0.59 200 x 150 219.1 x 165.2 152.4 4.17
65 x 40 76.3 x 48.6 88.9 0.54 200 x 125 219.1 x 139.8 152.4 3.87
65 x 32 76.3 x 42.7 88.9 0.52 200 x 100 219.1 x 114.3 152.4 3.67
65 x 25 76.3 x 34.0 88.9 0.48 200 x 90 219.1 x 101.6 152.4 3.57
80 x 65 89.1 x 76.3 88.9 0.73 250 x 200 273.0 x 219.1 177.8 6.87
80 x 50 89.1 x 60.5 88.9 0.66 250 x 150 273.1 x 165.2 177.8 6.32
80 x 40 89.1 x 48.6 88.9 0.61 250 x 125 273.0 x 139.8 177.8 6.06
80x32 89.1 x 42.7 88.9 0.59 300 x 250 323.8 x 165.2 203.2 9.97
90 x 80 101.6 x 89.1 101.6 0.96 300 x 200 323.8 x 165.2 203.2 9.29
90 x 65 101.6 x 76.3 101.6 0.90 300 x 150 323.8 x 165.2 203.2 8.69

TRADING
90 x 50 101.6 x 60.5 101.6 0.83 300 x 125 323.8 x 139.8 203.2 8.39
90 x 40 101.6 x 48.6 101.6 0.77 350 x 300 355.6 x 323.8 330.2 21.20
100 x 90 114.3 x 101.6 101.6 1.17 350 x 250 355.6 x 273.0 330.2 19.70
100 x 80 114.3 x 89.1 101.6 1.10 350 x 200 355.6 x 219.1 330.2 18.30
100 x 65 114.3 x 76.3 101.6 1.04 400 x 350 406.4 x 355.6 355.6 20.90
100 x 50 114.3 x 60.5 101.6 0.97 400 x 300 406.4 x 323.8 355.6 19.80
125 x 100 139.8 x 114.3 127.0 1.74 400 x 250 406.4 x 273.0 355.6 18.20
125 x 90 139.8 x 101.6 127.0 1.65 450 x 400 457.2 x 406.4 381.0 26.30
125 x 80 139.8 x 89.1 127.0 1.58 450 x 350 457.2 x 355.6 381.0 24.50
125 x 65 139.8 x 76.3 127.0 1.50 450 x 300 457.2 x 323.8 381.0 23.30
150x125 165.2 x 139.8 139.7 2.55 500 x 450 508.0 x 457.2 508.0 40.00
150 x 100 165.2 x 114.3 139.7 2.36 500 x 400 508.0 x 406.4 508.0 37.60
150 x 90 165.2 x 101.6 139.7 2.27 500 x 350 508.0 x 355.6 508.0 35.30
150 x 80 165.2 x 89.1 139.7 2.18 600 x 450 609.6 x 457.2 508.0 53.00
150 x 65 165.2 x 76.3 139.7 2.09 600 x 500 609.6 x 508.0 508.0 55.00

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FITTINGS - Tees. Equal to JIS B 2311-09
SGP - All sizes are welded

Nominal Outside Inside Wall Centre Centre Mass


pipe diameter diameter thickness to End to End approx A A
size
mm mm mm T A B kg
15 21.7 16.1 2.8 25.4 25.4 0.09
B
20 27.2 21.6 2.8 28.6 28.6 0.13
25 34.0 27.6 3.2 38.1 38.1 0.24
32 42.7 35.7 3.5 47.6 47.6 0.44
40 48.6 41.6 3.5 57.2 57.2 0.57
50 60.5 52.9 3.8 63.5 63.5 0.85
65 76.3 67.9 4.2 76.2 76.2 1.42
80 89.1 80.7 4.2 85.7 85.7 1.87
90 101.6 93.2 4.2 95.3 95.3 2.37
100 114.3 105.3 4.5 104.8 104.8 3.13
125 139.8 130.8 4.5 123.8 123.8 4.53
150 165.2
5.2 155.2 5.0 142.9 142.9 6.84
200
00
0 219.1 207.5 5.8 177.8 177.8 12.80
250 273.0 259.8 6.6 215.9 215.9 21.80
0
00
300 323.8 310.0 6.9 254.0 254.0 32.00
350
5
50 355.6 339.8 7.9 279.4 279.4 44.70
0
00
400 406
406.4 390.
390.6 7.
7.9 304.8
304 8 304.8
04.8 5.20
55.20
450
5
50 457.2
45 2 441.4
441
4 .4 79
7.9 3
342.9 342.9
3 9 70.00
0
0
00
500 5
508
8.0
508.0 492
4 2.2
492.2 7..9
7.9 3
381.0 38
381.0
3 8 0
86.60

FITTINGS - Welding Caps to JIS 2311-09

Nominal Outside
pipe
size
mm
diameter
mm
Inside
diameter
mm
TRADING
Wall
thickness
T
Length
E
Mass
approx
kg
E
50 60.5 52.9 3.8 38.1 0.23
65 76.3 67.9 4.2 38.1 0.33
80 89.1 80.7 4.2 50.8 0.50
ID
100 114.3 105.3 4.5 63.5 0.88
OD
125 139.8 130.8 4.5 76.2 1.29
150 165.2 155.2 5.0 88.9 1.99
200 219.1 207.5 5.8 101.6 3.61
250 273.0 259.8 6.6 127.0 6.33
300 323.8 310.0 6.9 152.4 9.43
350 355.6 339.8 7.9 165.1 13.2
400 406.4 390.6 7.9 177.8 16.6
450 457.2 441.4 7.9 203.2 21.2
500 508.0 492.2 7.9 228.6 26.4

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FITTINGS - Forged 90° Elbows. ANSI B 16.11 Threads to ANSI B 1.20.1
3000lb Series
A
A E

B B D

Threaded Socket Weld

Nominal Mass Nominal Mass


pipe A B approx pipe A B D E approx
size size
mm mm mm kg mm mm mm mm mm kg
8 24.6 25.4 0.14 8 24.5 25.5 14.0 9.5 0.09
10 28.6 33.3 0.27 10 24.5 25.5 17.5 11.0 0.13
15 33.3 38.1 0.40 15 28.5 33.5 21.7 12.5 0.25
20 38.1 46.0 0.63 20 33.5 38.0 27.1 14.5 0.32
25 44.5 55.6 1.10 25 38.0 46.0 33.8 16.0 0.52
32 50.8 62.6 1.22 32 44.5 55.5 42.6 17.5 0.86
40 60.3 75.4 2.35 40 51.0 62.0 48.7 19.0 1.12
50 63.5 84.1 3.30 50 60.5 75.5 61.1 22.0 1.80

FITTINGS - Forged 45° Elbows. ANSI B 16.11 Threads to ANSI B 1.20.1


3000lb Series

C G C
B B
D

TRADING
Threaded Socket Weld

Nominal Mass Nominal Mass


pipe B C approx pipe B C D G approx
size size
mm mm mm kg mm mm mm mm mm kg
8 25.5 19.0 0.14 8 25.5 19.0 14.0 9.5 0.08
10 38.0 25.5 0.25 10 25.5 19.0 17.5 11.0 0.13
15 38.0 25.5 0.32 15 38.0 25.5 21.7 11.0 0.18
20 46.0 28.5 0.51 20 38.0 25.5 27.1 12.5 0.30
25 55.5 33.5 0.85 25 46.0 28.5 33.8 14.5 0.45
32 62.0 35.0 1.00 32 55.5 33.5 42.6 16.0 0.75
40 75.5 43.0 1.85 40 62.0 35.0 48.7 16.0 0.90
50 84.0 43.5 3.00 50 75.5 43.0 61.1 17.5 1.30

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FITTINGS - Forged Tees. ANSI B 16.11 Threads to ANSI B 1.20.1
3000lb Series

A
A
E

B B D

Threaded Socket Weld

Nominal Mass Nominal Mass


pipe A B approx pipe A B D E approx
size size
mm mm mm kg mm mm mm mm mm kg
8 24.5 25.5 0.20 8 24.5 25.5 14.0 9.5 0.16
10 28.5 33.5 0.38 10 24.5 25.5 17.5 11.0 0.14
15 33.5 38.0 0.56 15 28.5 33.5 21.7 12.5 0.31
20 38.0 46.0 0.84 20 33.5 38.0 27.1 14.5 0.39
25 44.5 55.5 1.36 25 38.0 46.0 33.8 16.0 0.61
32 51.0 62.0 1.65 32 44.5 55.5 42.6 17.5 0.93
40 60.5 75.5 3.10 40 51.0 62.0 48.7 19.0 1.24
50 63.5 84.0 3.18 50 60.5 75.5 61.1 22.0 1.91

FITTINGS - Forged Unions. ANSI B 16.11 Threads to ANSI B 1.20.1


3000lb Series

B B D

A
TRADING A
E

Threaded Socket Weld

Nominal Mass Nominal Mass


pipe A B approx pipe A B D E approx
size size
mm mm mm kg mm mm mm mm mm kg
8 44.5 22.0 0.14 8 44.5 22.0 14.0 9.5 0.26
10 47.5 25.5 0.20 10 47.5 25.5 17.5 11.0 0.34
15 54.0 32.0 0.35 15 54.0 32.0 21.7 12.5 0.39
20 58.5 38.0 0.43 20 58.5 38.0 27.1 14.5 0.48
25 63.5 44.5 0.65 25 63.5 44.5 33.8 16.0 0.66
32 71.5 57.0 0.98 32 71.5 57.0 42.6 17.5 1.15
40 79.5 63.5 1.26 40 79.5 63.5 48.7 19.0 1.42
50 92.0 76.0 2.01 50 92.0 76.0 61.1 22.0 2.45

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FITTINGS - Forged Couplings. ANSI B 16.11 Threads to ANSI B 1.20.1
3000lb Series

A B D

B E
A

Threaded Socket Weld

Nominal Mass Nominal Mass


pipe A B approx pipe A B D E approx
size size
mm mm mm kg mm mm mm mm mm kg
8 35.0 19.0 0.05 8 25.5 22.0 14.0 9.5 0.01
10 38.0 22.0 0.06 10 28.5 25.5 17.5 11.0 0.06
15 47.5 29.0 0.13 15 35.0 31.5 21.7 12.5 0.13
20 51.0 35.0 0.19 20 38.0 38.0 27.1 14.5 0.19
25 60.5 44.5 0.39 25 44.5 44.5 33.8 16.0 0.26
32 66.5 57.0 0.68 32 47.5 57.0 42.6 17.5 0.48
40 79.5 63.5 0.99 40 51.0 63.5 48.7 19.0 0.57
50 85.5 76.0 1.37 50 63.5 76.0 61.1 22.0 0.92

FITTINGS - Forged Caps. ANSI B 16.11 Threads to ANSI B 1.20.1


3000lb Series

TRADING
B B D

D E
C

Threaded Socket Weld

Nominal Mass Nominal Mass


pipe A B approx pipe C B D E approx
size size
mm mm mm kg mm mm mm mm mm kg
8 25.5 19.0 0.04 8 17.5 22.0 14.0 9.5 0.04
10 25.5 22.0 0.05 10 19.0 25.5 17.5 11.0 0.05
15 32.0 29.0 0.11 15 22.0 31.5 21.7 12.5 0.10
20 36.5 35.0 0.18 20 25.5 38.0 27.1 14.5 0.16
25 41.5 44.5 0.33 25 27.0 44.5 33.8 16.0 0.22
32 44.5 57.0 0.60 32 30.0 57.0 42.6 17.5 0.42
40 44.5 63.5 0.70 40 32.0 63.5 48.7 19.0 0.51
50 47.5 76.0 1.06 50 38.0 76.0 61.1 22.0 0.85

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FITTINGS - Forged Hexagonal Head Plugs ANSI B 16.11
Threads to ANSI B 1.20.1
6000lb Series

A B

Threaded

Nominal Mass
pipe A B D approx
size
mm mm mm mm kg
8 11.0 6.5 16.0 0.03
10 13.0 8.0 18.0 0.05
15 14.0 8.0 22.0 0.07
20 16.0 10.0 27.0 0.18
25 19.0 10.0 36.0 0.25
32 21.0 14.0 46.0 0.45
40 21.0 16.0 50.0 0.60
50 22.0 18.0 65.0 1.16

FITTINGS - A105 Forged Steel Fittings. Pressure/Temperature Ratings

Series 2000 3000 4000 6000


Temp °C

-29 to 38 14.00 21.00 28.00 42.00

TRADING
66 13.80 20.35 27.50 41.50
93 13.60 20.10 27.20 40.70
121 13.40 20.05 26.90 40.50
149 13.30 19.90 26.50 39.90
177 13.10 19.70 26.20 39.40
204 13.00 19.40 25.90 38.80
232 12.70 19.05 25.30 38.00
260 12.20 18.25 24.30 36.50
288 11.50 17.20 23.00 34.50
316 10.80 16.20 21.50 32.30
343 10.00 15.05 20.50 30.50
371 9.15 13.70 18.30 27.50
399 8.25 12.40 16.55 24.90
427 7.10 10.70 14.20 21.30
454 5.80 8.75 11.65 17.50
482 4.30 6.50 8.65 13.00
510 3.00 4.50 6.00 9.00
538 1.65 2.50 3.35 5.00

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FITTINGS - Malleable Fittings to EN 10242

A comprehensive range of high quality pipe Fittings are screwed with taper male and Malleable pipe fittings are suitable for working
fittings manufactured to EN 10242 specifica- female threads and this method is now under pressures of up to 25 bar at 120°C.
tions and distributed by Macsteel Trading acknowledged as being the best means of
branches across Southern Africa. Malleable producing a satisfactory joint on pipe installations. All threads comply with ISO 7-1
pipe fittings are manufactured in Blackheart (It enables the user to make a sound joint standards.
Malleable Iron from the finest materials without excessive force which can lead to
available and comply in all respects with the distortion of the pipe or fitting).
requirements of EN 10242 ‘Standard specification
for Malleable Cast Iron Pipe Fittings’. Pipe fittings are individually pressure tested to
5 bar air underwater.
These pipe fittings have beaded outlets up to
50mm and banded outlets over 50mm in size All galvanised fittings are hot dip galvanised
giving added strength where it is most required according to the best galvanising methods.
and the neatness of form of this beaded and
banded adds to the appearance of the pipe
line.

Bends 90° Female Bends 90° Male Bends 45° Male Caps Backnuts
and Female and Female

Elbows 90° Male Elbows 90° Female Tees Abnormal Tees Reducing Tees
and Female

Reducing Bushes Reducing Elbows Reducing Sockets Sockets Parallel Crosses


15 - 150mm and Taper

Hex Nipples
Plugs Flush Plugs Solid Plugs Hollow Holderbat

Unions Flat Unions Cone

Taper Male/female threads

All threads within the pipe fittings are fully engaged ensuring perfect joints
without packing: only a small amount of joint compound needs to be used.

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FITTINGS - EN 10241:2000

BS EN 10241:2000 is the official English language version of EN


10241:200, it supersedes BS 1740-1:1971 which is withdrawn. This
standard specifies the requirements for threaded fittings of nominal sizes
from DN6 to DN150, made out of welded or seamless steel tubes. It is
applicable to those threaded steel pipe fittings that are used in the
transportation and distribution of liquid or gas.

The fitting shall have a smooth surface consistent with the manufacturing
process and be free from burrs; surface marks may be ground.

Material:

Chemical composition - the fitting shall be manufactured from steel having the chemical composition indicated in Tables 1 and 2.

Table 1 Table 2
Chemical composition of seamless steel Chemical composition of fabricated and tubulars

C max % S max % P max % C max % S max % P max % S max %

0.25 0.35 0.09 0.25 1.4 0.0045 0.0045

Mechanical properties - the fittings shall be manufactured from base material having the mechanical properties indicated
in Tables 3 and 4. These properties shall not be subject to verification on the fitting.

Table 3 Table 4
Mechanical properties of seamless steel Mechanical properties of fabricated and tubulars

Tensile Tensile Yield


Strength Elongation strength strength Elongation
min N/mm² min. % min N/mm² min N/mm² min %

320 20 320 20 20

TRADING
Threads - Internal threads shall be parallel and external threads shall be
taper conforming to ISO 7-1, except for certain tubulars such as long
screws, nipples, bends and spring bends.

Running nipples would have a parallel thread, whereas close to barrel


nipples have a taper thread at both ends.

Taper Male/female threads - All threads within the pipe fittings are fully
engaged ensuring perfect joints without packing: only a small amount of
joint compound needs to be used.

Protection - Fittings shall be supplied black (uncoated) and shall be


protected by a protective coating e.g. light oil.

Inspection documents - Fittings shall be delivered without an inspection


document. At the request of the purchaser, the manufacturer shall
provide a certificate of compliance in accordance with EN 10242 type 2.1.

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FLANGES CARBON STEEL FLANGES A105 I STEEL PLATE FLANGES

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FLANGES - Carbon Steel Flanges for Oil, Gas and Petrochemical to ANSI B 16.5
A105 Normalised

Class 150 Flanges

Length through Hub Y


Nominal Pipe Flange Raised face Flange Slip on No. Bolt
bore OD diameter diameter thickness Welding neck screwed Bolt PCD of hole dia
mm A B D T socket weld bolts d
15 21.4 88.9 34.9 11.1 47.6 15.9 60.3 4 15.9
20 27.0 98.4 42.9 12.7 52.4 15.9 69.8 4 15.9
25 34.1 107.9 50.8 14.3 55.6 17.5 79.4 4 15.9
32 42.9 117.5 63.5 15.9 57.1 20.6 88.9 4 15.9
40 48.4 127.0 73.0 17.5 61.9 22.2 98.4 4 15.9
50 60.3 152.4 92.1 19.0 63.5 25.4 120.6 4 19.0
65 73.0 177.8 104.8 22.2 69.8 28.6 139.7 4 19.0
80 88.9 190.5 127.0 23.8 69.8 30.2 152.4 4 19.0
90 101.6 215.9 139.7 23.8 71.4 31.7 177.8 8 19.0
100 114.3 228.6 157.2 23.8 76.2 33.3 190.5 8 19.0
125 141.3 254.0 185.7 23.8 88.9 36.5 215.9 8 22.2
150 165.1 279.4 215.9 25.4 88.9 39.7 241.3 8 22.2
168.3 279.4 215.9 25.4 88.9 39.7 241.3 8 22.2
200 219.1 342.9 269.9 28.6 101.6 44.4 298.4 8 22.2
250 273.1 406.4 323.8 30.2 101.6 49.2 361.9 12 25.4
300 323.9 482.6 381.0 31.7 114.3 55.6 431.8 12 25.4
350 355.6 533.4 412.7 34.9 127.0 57.1 476.2 12 28.6
400 406.4 596.9 469.9 36.5 127.0 63.5 539.7 16 28.6
450 457.2 635.0 533.4 39.7 139.7 68.3 577.8 16 31.7
500 508.0 698.5 584.2 42.9 144.5 73.0 635.0 20 31.7
600 609.6 812.8 692.1 47.6 152.4 82.5 749.3 20 34.9

Note:

The 1.6mm raised face is included in thickness T and length Y.


For dimensional tolerances see page 33

Approximate Mass (kg)

CROSS SECTION Nominal Slip on


bore Welding screwed Blind
mm neck socket weld
B
15 0.79 0.45 0.57
A
20 0.86 0.68 0.91

TRADING
d 25 1.09 0.95 1.09
Y 32 1.41 1.13 1.25
T 40 1.81 1.36 1.70
D 50 2.83 2.22 2.77
65 4.42 3.82 4.04
PCD
80 5.22 4.08 5.44
90 5.44 4.99 6.35
B 100 7.48 5.94 7.37
A 125 9.53 6.12 9.07
d 150 11.34 8.16 12.70
Y 200 19.05 12.70 21.77
T
250 25.40 17.24 31.75
D 300 38.10 27.22 45.36
PCD 350 51.26 35.38 58.97
400 63.50 42.18 77.71
450 68.04 52.62 102.51
B 500 81.65 65.32 123.38
d 600 118.84 91.63 203.21
T
D
PCD

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FLANGES - Carbon Steel Flanges for Oil, Gas and Petrochemical to ANSI B 16.5
A105 Normalised

Class 300 Flanges

Length through Hub Y


Nominal Pipe Flange Raised face Flange Slip on No. Bolt
bore OD diameter diameter thickness Welding neck screwed Bolt PCD of hole dia
mm A B D T socket weld bolts d
15 21.4 95.2 34.9 14.3 52.4 22.2 66.7 4 15.9
20 27.0 117.5 42.9 15.9 57.1 25.4 82.5 4 19.0
25 34.1 123.8 50.8 17.5 61.9 27.0 88.9 4 19.0
32 42.9 133.3 63.5 19.0 65.1 27.0 98.4 4 19.0
40 48.4 155.6 73.0 20.6 68.3 30.2 114.3 4 19.0
50 60.3 165.1 92.1 22.2 69.8 33.3 127.0 8 19.0
65 73.0 190.5 104.8 25.4 76.2 38.1 149.2 8 22.2
80 88.9 209.5 127.0 28.6 79.4 42.9 168.3 8 22.2
90 101.6 228.6 139.7 30.2 81.0 44.4 184.1 8 22.2
100 114.3 254.0 157.2 31.7 85.7 47.6 200.0 8 22.2
125 141.3 279.4 185.7 34.9 98.4 50.8 234.9 8 22.2
150 165.1 317.5 215.9 36.5 98.4 52.4 269.9 12 22.2
168.3 317.5 215.9 36.5 98.4 52.4 269.9 12 22.2
200 219.1 381.0 269.9 41.3 111.1 61.9 330.2 12 25.4
250 273.1 444.5 323.8 47.6 117.5 66.7 387.3 16 28.6
300 323.9 520.7 381.0 50.8 130.2 73.0 450.8 16 31.7
350 355.6 584.2 412.7 54.0 142.9 76.2 514.3 20 31.7
400 406.4 647.7 469.9 57.1 146.0 82.5 571.5 20 34.9
450 457.2 711.2 533.4 60.3 158.7 88.9 628.6 24 34.9
500 508.0 774.7 584.2 63.5 161.9 95.2 685.8 24 34.9
600 609.6 914.4 692.1 69.8 168.3 106.4 812.8 24 41.3

Note:

The 1.6mm raraised


aised face
a
acee iss included
lu in thickness
t kness
kn T and
a length
n
ngth Y.
For cross section
c
ction refer
effer to pa
page 32

Dimensional tolerances of Class 150, 300


and 600 Flanges to ANSI 16.5 : 1968 Approximate Mass (kg)

250mm and under +0.8 Nominal Slip on


-0 bore Welding screwed Blind
Inside diameter neck
300mm and over +1.6 mm socket weld

TRADING
-0 15 0.91 0.82 0.91
Outside diameter 600mm and under +1.6 20 1.59 1.47 1.36
-0
+3.2 25 1.86 1.70 1.95
450mm and under -0
Thickness 32 2.72 2.18 2.72
500mm and over +4.8 40 3.74 3.36 3.74
-0
Spot facing on back of flange 50 4.65 3.97 4.31
Spot facing parallel to flange face within ±1°
65 6.44 5.49 6.53
300mm and smaller +2.4 80 8.50 6.80 8.62
-1.6
Outside dia of hub 90 12.25 9.93 13.15
300mm and over ±3.2 100 17.24 15.42 18.14
450mm and smaller +3.2 125 30.84 29.03 30.84
-0.8 150 34.02 34.02 37.19
Total depth
450mm and over +4.8
-1.6 200 52.16 45.36 63.05
250 90.36 79.83 108.86
Bolt circle ±1.6
Drilling 300 101.60 97.52 133.81
Bolt spacing ±0.8 350 157.40 117.93 171.46
Chamfer angle All sizes ±2.5° 400 209.11 166.01 239.01
450 217.27 215.46 301.64
500 312.98 277.60 387.82
600 443.16 370.13 521.63

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A105 Normalised

Class 600 Flanges

Nominal Pipe Flange Raised face Flange Slip on No. Bolt


bore OD diameter diameter thickness Welding neck screwed Bolt PCD of hole dia
mm A B D T socket weld bolts d
15 21.4 95.2 34.9 14.3 52.4 22.2 66.7 4 15.9
20 27.0 117.5 42.9 15.9 57.1 25.4 82.5 4 19.0
25 34.1 123.8 50.8 17.5 61.9 27.0 88.9 4 19.0
32 42.9 133.3 63.5 20.6 66.7 28.6 98.4 4 19.0
40 48.4 155.6 73.0 22.2 69.8 31.7 114.3 4 19.0
50 60.3 165.1 92.1 25.4 73.0 36.5 127.0 8 19.0
65 73.0 190.5 104.8 28.6 79.4 41.3 149.2 8 22.2
80 88.9 209.5 127.0 31.7 82.5 46.0 168.3 8 22.2
90 101.6 228.6 139.7 34.9 85.7 49.2 184.1 8 25.4
100 114.3 273.0 157.2 38.1 101.6 54.0 215.9 8 25.4
125 141.3 330.2 185.7 44.4 114.3 60.3 266.7 8 28.6
150 165.1 355.6 215.9 47.6 117.5 66.7 292.1 12 28.6
168.3 355.6 215.9 47.6 117.5 66.7 292.1 12 28.6
200 219.1 419.1 269.9 55.6 133.3 76.2 349.2 12 31.7
250 273.1 508.0 323.8 63.5 152.4 85.7 431.8 16 34.9
300 323.9 558.8 381.0 66.7 155.6 92.1 488.9 20 34.9
350 355.6 603.2 412.7 69.8 165.1 93.7 527.0 20 38.1
400 406.4 685.8 469.9 76.2 177.8 106.4 603.2 20 41.3
450 457.2 742.9 533.4 82.5 184.1 117.5 654.0 20 44.4
500 508.0 812.8 584.2 89 190.5 127.0 723.9 24 44.4
600 609.6 939.8 692.1 101.6 203.2 139.7 838.2 24 50.8

Note:

The 1.6mm raised face is included in thickness T and length Y.


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CROSS SECTION
Approximate Mass (kg)
B
Nominal Slip on
A bore Welding screwed Blind
mm neck socket weld

TRADING
Y d 15 0.91 0.82 0.91
20 1.59 1.47 1.36
T 25 1.86 1.70 1.95
D 32 2.72 2.18 2.72
PCD 40 3.74 3.36 3.74
50 4.65 3.97 4.31
65 6.44 5.49 6.53
B 80 8.50 6.80 8.62
A 90 12.25 9.93 13.15
d 100 17.24 15.42 18.14
Y T 125 30.84 29.03 30.84
150 34.02 34.02 37.19
D 200 52.16 45.36 63.05
PCD 250 90.36 79.83 108.86
300 101.60 97.52 133.81
350 157.40 117.93 171.46
B 400 209.11 166.01 239.04
d
450 217.27 215.46 301.64
T 500 312.98 277.60 387.82
600 443.16 370.13 521.63
D
PCD

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FLANGES - Mild Steel Flanges
EN BS EN 1092-1 : 2007 I SANS 1123 : 2007 I BS 10 : 1962 Diagram: see page 36

15 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 21,3mm. ID 23 40 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 48,3mm. ID 50


Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F
Thickness Mass Mass Thickness Mass Mass
D ID b d³ f No d¹ D ID b d³ f No d¹
EN 1092-1 6/3 80 23 12 40 2 4 11 55 0,40 0,34 EN 1092-1 6/3 130 50 16 80 3 4 14 100 1,34 1,15
EN 1092-1 10/3 95 23 14 45 2 4 14 65 0,67 0,58 EN 1092-1 10/3 150 50 18 88 3 4 18 110 2,07 1,80
EN 1092-1 16/3 95 23 14 45 2 4 14 65 0,67 0,58 EN 1092-1 16/3 150 50 18 88 3 4 18 110 2,07 1,80
EN 1092-1 25/3 95 23 14 45 2 4 14 65 0,67 0,58 EN 1092-1 25/3 150 50 18 88 3 4 18 110 2,07 1,80
EN 1092-1 40/3 95 23 14 45 2 4 14 65 0,67 0,58 EN 1092-1 40/3 150 50 18 88 3 4 18 110 2,07 1,80
SABS1123 600/3 80 23 10 40 2 4 11 55 0,33 0,27 SABS1123 600/3 130 50 10 80 3 4 14 100 0,84 0,64
SABS1123 1000/3 95 23 10 45 2 4 14 65 0,48 0,39 SABS1123 1000/3 150 50 10 88 3 4 18 110 1,15 0,88
SABS1123 1600/3 95 23 10 45 2 4 14 65 0,48 0,39 SABS1123 1600/3 150 50 10 88 3 4 18 110 1,15 0,88
SABS1123 2500/3 95 23 14 45 2 4 14 65 0,67 0,58 SABS1123 2500/3 150 50 20 88 3 4 18 110 2,30 2,03
SABS1123 4000/3 95 23 14 45 2 4 14 65 0,67 0,58 SABS1123 4000/3 150 50 20 88 3 4 18 110 2,30 2,03
BS10 D/3 95,3 23 9,5 4 14,3 66,7 0,45 BS10 D/3 133,4 50 9,5 4 14,2 98,4 0,85
BS10 E/3 95,3 23 9,5 4 14,3 66,7 0,45 BS10 E/3 133,4 50 9,5 4 14,2 98,4 0,85
BS10 F/3 95,3 23 9,5 4 14,3 66,7 0,45 BS10 F/3 139,7 50 12,7 4 17,5 104,8 1,24
ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 88,9 23 11,1 34,9 1,6 4 15,9 60,3 0,44 0,37 ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 127 50 17,5 73 1,6 4 15,9 98,4 1,36 1,25

20 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 26,9mm. ID 29 50 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 60,3mm. ID 62


Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F
Thickness Mass Mass Thickness Mass Mass
D ID b d³ f No d¹ D ID b d³ f No d¹
EN 1092-1 6/3 90 29 14 50 2 4 11 65 0,58 0,52 EN 1092-1 6/3 140 62 16 90 3 4 14 110 1,48 1,26
EN 1092-1 10/3 105 29 16 58 2 4 14 75 0,93 0,83 EN 1092-1 10/3 165 62 20 102 3 4 18 125 2,72 2,41
EN 1092-1 16/3 105 29 16 58 2 4 14 75 0,93 0,83 EN 1092-1 16/3 165 62 20 102 3 4 18 125 2,72 2,41
EN 1092-1 25/3 105 29 16 58 2 4 14 75 0,93 0,83 EN 1092-1 25/3 165 62 20 102 3 4 18 125 2,72 2,41
EN 1092-1 40/3 105 29 16 58 2 4 14 75 0,93 0,83 EN 1092-1 40/3 165 62 20 102 3 4 18 125 2,72 2,41
SABS1123 600/3 90 29 10 50 2 4 11 65 0,42 0,35 SABS1123 600/3 140 62 10 90 3 4 14 110 0,92 0,71
SABS1123 1000/3 105 29 10 58 2 4 14 75 0,58 0,48 SABS1123 1000/3 165 62 10 102 3 4 18 125 1,36 1,05
SABS1123 1600/3 105 29 10 58 2 4 14 75 0,58 0,48 SABS1123 1600/3 165 62 12 102 3 4 18 125 1,63 1,32
SABS1123 2500/3 105 29 14 58 2 4 14 75 0,81 0,72 SABS1123 2500/3 165 62 20 102 3 4 18 125 2,72 2,41
SABS1123 4000/3 105 29 14 58 2 4 14 75 0,81 0,72 SABS1123 4000/3 165 62 20 102 3 4 18 125 2,72 2,41
BS10 D/3 101,6 29 9,5 4 14,2 73 0,51 BS10 D/3 152,4 62 9,5 4 17,5 114,3 1,06
BS10 E/3 101,6 29 9,5 4 14,2 73 0,51 BS10 E/3 152,4 62 9,5 4 17,5 114,3 1,06
BS10 F/3 101,6 29 9,5 4 14,2 73 0,51 BS10 F/3 165,1 62 15,9 4 17,5 127 2,17
ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 98,4 29 12,7 42,9 1,6 4 15,8 69,8 0,61 0,54 ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 152,4 62 19 92 1,6 4 19 120,6 2,10 1,95

25 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 33,7mm. ID 35 65 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 76,1 or 73,0mm ID 75 or 78


Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F
Thickness Mass Mass Thickness Mass Mass
D ID b d³ f No d¹ D ID b d³ f No d¹
EN 1092-1 6/3 100 35 14 60 2 4 11 75 0,72 0,64 EN 1092-1 6/3 160 75 16 110 3 4 14 130 1,92 1,67
EN 1092-1 10/3 115 35 16 68 2 4 14 85 1,11 1,00 EN 1092-1 10/3 185 75 20 122 3 4 18 145 3,24 2,88
EN 1092-1 16/3 115 35 16 68 2 4 14 85 1,11 1,00 EN 1092-1 16/3 185 75 20 122 3 4 18 145 3,40 3,04
EN 1092-1 25/3 115 35 16 68 2 4 14 85 1,11 1,00 EN 1092-1 25/3 185 75 22 122 3 8 18 145 3,56 3,21

TRADING
EN 1092-1 40/3 115 35 16 68 2 4 14 85 1,11 1,00 EN 1092-1 40/3 185 75 22 122 3 8 18 145 3,56 3,21
SABS1123 600/3 100 35 10 60 2 4 11 75 0,51 0,43 SABS1123 600/3 160 75 10 110 3 4 14 130 1,20 0,95
SABS1123 1000/3 115 35 10 68 2 4 14 85 0,69 0,58 SABS1123 1000/3 185 75 12 122 3 4 18 145 2,04 1,68
SABS1123 1600/3 115 35 10 68 2 4 14 85 0,69 0,58 SABS1123 1600/3 185 75 12 122 3 4 18 145 2,04 1,68
SABS1123 2500/3 115 35 16 68 2 4 14 85 1,11 1,00 SABS1123 2500/3 185 75 22 122 3 8 18 145 3,56 3,21
SABS1123 4000/3 115 35 16 68 2 4 14 85 1,11 1,00 SABS1123 4000/3 185 75 22 122 3 8 18 145 3,56 3,21
BS10 D/3 114,3 35 9,5 4 14,3 82,6 0,64 BS10 D/3 165,1 75 9,5 4 17,5 127 1,21
BS10 E/3 114,3 35 9,5 4 14,3 82,6 0,64 BS10 E/3 165,1 75 10,3 4 17,5 127 1,31
BS10 F/3 120,6 35 9,5 4 17,5 87,3 0,71 BS10 F/3 184,1 75 15,9 8 17,5 146 2,56
ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 107,9 35 14,3 50,8 1,6 4 15,9 79,4 0,83 0,74 ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 177,8 75 22,2 104,8 1,6 4 19 139,7 3,40 3,19

32 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 42,4mm. ID 44 80 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 88,9mm. ID 91


Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F
Thickness Mass Mass Thickness Mass Mass
D ID b d³ f No d¹ D ID b d³ f No d¹
EN 1092-1 6/3 120 44 16 70 2 4 14 90 1,15 1,03 EN 1092-1 6/3 190 91 18 128 3 4 18 150 2,96 2,60
EN 1092-1 10/3 140 44 18 78 2 4 18 100 1,81 1,65 EN 1092-1 10/3 200 91 20 138 3 8 18 160 3,61 3,22
EN 1092-1 16/3 140 44 18 78 2 4 18 100 1,81 1,65 EN 1092-1 16/3 200 91 20 138 3 8 18 160 3,61 3,22
EN 1092-1 25/3 140 44 18 78 2 4 18 100 1,81 1,65 EN 1092-1 25/3 200 91 24 138 3 8 18 160 4,33 3,95
EN 1092-1 40/3 140 44 18 78 2 4 18 100 1,81 1,65 EN 1092-1 40/3 200 91 24 138 3 8 18 160 4,33 3,95
SABS1123 600/3 120 44 10 70 2 4 14 90 0,72 0,60 SABS1123 600/3 190 91 10 128 3 4 18 150 1,64 1,28
SABS1123 1000/3 140 44 10 78 2 4 18 100 1,01 0,84 SABS1123 1000/3 200 91 12 138 3 8 18 160 2,17 1,78
SABS1123 1600/3 140 44 10 78 2 4 18 100 1,01 0,84 SABS1123 1600/3 200 91 14 138 3 8 18 160 2,53 2,14
SABS1123 2500/3 140 44 18 78 2 4 18 100 1,81 1,65 SABS1123 2500/3 200 91 22 138 3 8 18 160 3,97 3,58
SABS1123 4000/3 140 44 18 78 2 4 18 100 1,81 1,65 SABS1123 4000/3 200 91 22 138 3 8 18 160 3,97 3,58
BS10 D/3 120,6 44 9,5 4 14,2 87,3 0,69 BS10 D/3 184,1 91 9,5 4 17,5 146 1,44
BS10 E/3 120,6 44 9,5 4 14,2 87,3 0,69 BS10 E/3 184,1 91 11,1 4 17,5 146 1,68
BS10 F/3 133,3 44 12,7 4 17,5 98,4 1,14 BS10 F/3 203,2 91 15,9 8 17,5 165,1 3,01
ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 117,5 44 15,9 63 1,6 4 15,9 88,9 1,06 0,97 ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 190,5 91 23,8 127 1,6 4 19 152,4 3,92 3,72

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OD
EN BS EN 1092-1 : 2007 I SANS 1123 : 2007 I BS 10 : 1962
d1

b Dimension b includes f
f
d2
PCD

100 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 114,3mm. ID 116 250 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 273mm. ID 276
Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F
Thickness Mass Mass Thickness Mass Mass
D ID b d³ f No d¹ D ID b d³ f No d¹
EN 1092-1 6/3 210 116 18 148 3 4 18 170 3,25 2,84 EN 1092-1 6/3 375 276 24 312 3 12 18 335 8,95 8,15
EN 1092-1 10/3 220 116 22 158 3 8 18 180 4,38 3,95 EN 1092-1 10/3 395 276 26 320 3 12 22 350 11,86 10,87
EN 1092-1 16/3 220 116 22 158 3 8 18 180 4,38 3,95 EN 1092-1 16/3 405 276 29 320 3 12 26 355 14,24 13,11
EN 1092-1 25/3 235 116 26 162 3 8 22 190 6,07 5,53 EN 1092-1 25/3 425 276 35 335 3 12 30 370 20,19 18,93
EN 1092-1 40/3 235 116 26 162 3 8 22 190 6,07 5,53 EN 1092-1 40/3 450 276 42 345 3 12 33 385 29,30 27,76
SABS1123 600/3 210 116 10 148 3 4 18 170 1,81 1,40 SABS1123 600/3 375 276 16 312 3 12 18 335 5,97 5,17
SABS1123 1000/3 220 116 12 158 3 8 18 180 2,39 1,96 SABS1123 1000/3 395 276 20 320 3 12 22 350 9,12 8,13
SABS1123 1600/3 220 116 14 158 3 8 18 180 2,79 2,36 SABS1123 1600/3 405 276 25 320 3 12 26 355 12,28 11,14
SABS1123 2500/3 235 116 25 162 3 8 22 190 5,84 5,30 SABS1123 2500/3 425 276 30 335 3 12 26 370 17,80 16,54
SABS1123 4000/3 235 116 25 162 3 8 22 190 5,84 5,30 SABS1123 4000/3 450 276 38 345 3 12 33 385 26,51 24,97
BS10 D/3 215,9 116 9,5 4 17,5 177,8 1,87 BS10 D/3 406,4 276 15,9 8 22,2 355,6 8,33
BS10 E/3 215,9 116 12,7 8 17,5 177,8 2,40 BS10 E/3 406,4 276 22,2 12 22,2 355,6 11,36
BS10 F/3 228,6 116 19 8 17,5 190,5 4,25 BS10 F/3 431,8 276 28,6 12 25,4 381,1 18,06
ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 228,6 116 23,8 157,2 1,6 8 19 190,5 5,27 4,99 ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 406,4 276 30,2 323,8 1,6 12 25,4 361,9 15,11 14,52

125 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 139,7mm. ID 141 or 144 300 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 323,9mm. ID 327
Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F
Thickness Mass Mass Thickness Mass Mass
D ID b d³ f No d¹ D ID b d³ f No d¹
EN 1092-1 6/3 240 141 20 178 3 8 18 200 4,33 3,85 EN 1092-1 6/3 440 327 24 365 4 12 22 395 11,95 10,47
EN 1092-1 10/3 250 141 22 188 3 8 18 210 5,42 4,92 EN 1092-1 10/3 445 327 26 370 4 12 22 400 13,66 12,15
EN 1092-1 16/3 250 141 22 188 3 8 18 210 5,42 4,92 EN 1092-1 16/3 460 327 32 378 4 12 26 410 19,03 17,34
EN 1092-1 25/3 270 141 28 188 3 8 26 220 8,21 7,52 EN 1092-1 25/3 485 327 38 395 4 16 30 430 26,66 24,71
EN 1092-1 40/3 270 141 28 188 3 8 26 220 8,21 7,52 EN 1092-1 40/3 515 327 52 410 4 16 33 450 45,12 42,73
SABS1123 600/3 240 141 12 178 3 8 18 200 2,60 2,12 SABS1123 600/3 440 327 20 365 4 12 22 395 10,20 8,71
SABS1123 1000/3 250 141 14 188 3 8 18 210 3,45 2,95 SABS1123 1000/3 445 327 22 370 4 12 22 400 11,56 10,05
SABS1123 1600/3 250 141 16 188 3 8 18 210 3,94 3,44 SABS1123 1600/3 460 327 28 378 4 12 26 410 16,65 14,96
SABS1123 2500/3 270 141 28 188 3 8 26 220 8,21 7,52 SABS1123 2500/3 485 327 32 395 4 16 26 430 23,16 21,21
SABS1123 4000/3 270 141 28 188 3 8 26 220 8,21 7,52 SABS1123 4000/3 515 327 40 410 4 16 33 450 34,71 32,32
BS10 D/3 254 141 12,7 8 17,5 209,6 3,30 BS10 D/3 457,2 327 19 12 22,2 406,4 11,26
BS10 E/3 254 141 14,3 8 17,5 209,6 3,72 BS10 E/3 457,2 327 25,4 12 25,4 406,4 15,05
BS10 F/3 279,4 141 22 8 22,2 234,9 7,35 BS10 F/3 489 327 31,8 16 25,4 438,2 23,87
ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 254 141 23,8 185,7 1,6 8 22,2 215,9 5,97 5,67 ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 482,6 327 31,7 381,1 1,6 12 25,4 431,8 23,09 22,22

150 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 168,3mm. ID 168 or 171 350 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 355,6mm. ID 359
Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F
Thickness Mass Mass Thickness Mass Mass
D ID b d³ f No d¹ D ID b d³ f No d¹
EN 1092-1 6/3 265 168 20 202 3 8 18 225 4,86 4,31 EN 1092-1 6/3 490 359 26 415 4 12 22 445 16,88 15,21
EN 1092-1 10/3 285 168 24 212 3 8 22 240 7,26 6,59 EN 1092-1 10/3 505 359 30 430 4 16 22 460 21,88 20,15
EN 1092-1 16/3 285 168 24 212 3 8 22 240 7,26 6,59 EN 1092-1 16/3 520 359 35 438 4 16 26 470 28,18 26,24
EN 1092-1 25/3 300 168 30 218 3 8 26 250 10,42 9,63 EN 1092-1 25/3 555 359 42 450 4 16 33 490 41,84 39,24

TRADING
EN 1092-1 40/3 300 168 30 218 3 8 26 250 10,42 9,63 EN 1092-1 40/3 580 359 58 465 4 16 36 510 66,73 63,77
SABS1123 600/3 265 168 12 202 3 8 18 225 2,91 2,37 SABS1123 600/3 490 359 22 415 4 12 22 445 14,29 12,61
SABS1123 1000/3 285 168 16 212 3 8 22 240 4,84 4,17 SABS1123 1000/3 505 359 25 430 4 16 22 460 18,23 16,51
SABS1123 1600/3 285 168 18 212 3 8 22 240 5,45 4,78 SABS1123 1600/3 520 359 30 438 4 16 26 470 24,15 22,22
SABS1123 2500/3 300 168 30 218 3 8 26 250 10,42 9,63 SABS1123 2500/3 555 359 35 450 4 16 33 490 34,87 32,27
SABS1123 4000/3 300 168 30 218 3 8 26 250 10,42 9,63 SABS1123 4000/3 580 359 45 465 4 16 33 510 52,69 49,73
BS10 D/3 279,4 168 12,7 8 17,5 235 3,71 BS10 D/3 527,1 359 22,2 12 25,4 469,9 19,31
BS10 E/3 279,4 168 17,5 8 22,2 235 4,95 BS10 E/3 527,1 359 28,6 12 25,4 469,9 24,88
BS10 F/3 304,8 168 22,2 12 22,2 260,4 8,04 BS10 F/3 552,5 359 34,9 16 28,6 495,3 35,10
ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 279,4 168 25,4 215,9 1,6 8 22,2 241,3 7,18 6,87 ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 533,4 359 34,9 412,8 1,6 12 28,6 476,2 31,35 30,22

200 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 219,1mm. ID 221 400 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 406,4mm. ID 411
Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F
Thickness Mass Mass Thickness Mass Mass
D ID b d³ f No d¹ D ID b d³ f No d¹
EN 1092-1 6/3 320 221 22 258 3 8 18 280 6,91 6,24 EN 1092-1 6/3 540 411 28 465 4 16 22 495 20,11 18,25
EN 1092-1 10/3 340 221 24 268 3 8 22 295 9,30 8,49 EN 1092-1 10/3 565 411 32 482 4 16 26 515 27,82 25,68
EN 1092-1 16/3 340 221 26 268 3 12 22 295 9,76 8,95 EN 1092-1 16/3 580 411 38 490 4 16 30 525 36,22 33,84
EN 1092-1 25/3 360 221 32 278 3 12 26 310 14,32 13,35 EN 1092-1 25/3 620 411 48 505 4 16 36 550 58,07 54,88
EN 1092-1 40/3 375 221 36 285 3 12 30 320 17,96 16,86 EN 1092-1 40/3 660 411 65 535 4 16 39 585 97,69 94,01
SABS1123 600/3 320 221 14 258 3 8 18 280 4,40 3,73 SABS1123 600/3 540 411 22 465 4 16 22 495 16,06 14,20
SABS1123 1000/3 340 221 18 268 3 8 22 295 6,97 6,16 SABS1123 1000/3 565 411 25 482 4 16 26 515 21,73 19,59
SABS1123 1600/3 340 221 22 268 3 12 22 295 8,26 7,45 SABS1123 1600/3 580 411 35 490 4 16 26 525 34,13 31,76
SABS1123 2500/3 360 221 28 278 3 12 26 310 12,53 11,56 SABS1123 2500/3 620 411 40 505 4 16 33 550 49,20 46,02
SABS1123 4000/3 375 221 32 285 3 12 26 320 16,49 15,40 SABS1123 4000/3 660 411 50 535 4 16 39 585 75,15 71,46
BS10 D/3 336,6 221 12,7 8 17,5 292,1 4,85 BS10 D/3 577,9 411 22,2 12 25,4 520,7 21,74
BS10 E/3 336,6 221 19 8 22,2 292,1 7,08 BS10 E/3 577,9 411 31,8 12 25,4 520,7 31,13
BS10 F/3 368,3 221 25,4 12 22,2 323,9 12,66 BS10 F/3 609,6 411 41,4 20 28,6 552,5 47,94
ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 342,9 221 28,6 269,9 1,6 8 22,2 298,4 11,42 10,97 ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 596,9 411 36,5 470 1,6 16 28,6 539,7 39,55 38,22

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D
OD
EN BS EN 1092-1 : 2007 I SANS 1123 : 2007 I BS 10 : 1962
d1

b Dimension b includes f
f
d2
PCD d - to be specified by the purchaser

450 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 457,2mm. ID 462 800 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 812,8mm. ID 816
Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F
Thickness Mass Mass Thickness Mass Mass
D ID b d³ f No d¹ D ID b d³ f No d¹
EN 1092-1 6/3 595 462 30 520 4 16 22 550 24,89 22,83 EN 1092-1 6/3 975 816 44 880 5 24 30 920 60,80 55,38
EN 1092-1 10/3 615 462 36 532 4 20 26 565 33,95 31,61 EN 1092-1 10/3 1015 816 56 905 5 24 33 950 107,70 101,19
EN 1092-1 16/3 640 462 42 550 4 20 30 585 46,57 43,93 EN 1092-1 16/3 1025 816 74 900 5 24 39 950 135,05 127,64
EN 1092-1 25/3 670 462 54 555 4 20 36 600 70,31 66,84 EN 1092-1 25/3 1085 816 95 930 5 24 48 990 225,94 216,32
EN 1092-1 40/3 685 462 d 560 4 20 39 610 EN 1092-1 40/3
SABS1123 600/3 595 462 25 520 4 16 22 550 20,74 18,68 SABS1123 600/3 975 816 38 880 5 24 26 920 62,86 57,43
SABS1123 1000/3 615 462 30 532 4 20 26 565 28,29 25,95 SABS1123 1000/3 1015 816 50 905 5 24 33 950 104,17 97,67
SABS1123 1600/3 640 462 40 550 4 20 26 585 45,45 42,82 SABS1123 1600/3 1025 816 65 900 5 24 39 950 139,44 132,03
SABS1123 2500/3 670 462 45 555 4 20 33 600 59,74 56,27 SABS1123 2500/3
SABS1123 4000/3 685 462 60 575 4 20 39 610 83,97 80,56 SABS1123 4000/3
BS10 D/3 641,4 462 25,4 12 25,4 584,2 30,05 BS10 D/3
BS10 E/3 641,4 462 34,9 16 25,4 584,2 40,73 BS10 E/3
BS10 F/3 673,1 462 44,5 20 31,8 609,6 60,64 BS10 F/3
ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 635 462 39,7 533,4 1,6 16 31,7 577,8 42,93 41,76 ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3

500 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 508,0mm. ID 513 900 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 914,4mm. ID 918
Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F
Thickness Mass Mass Thickness Mass Mass
D ID b d³ f No d¹ D ID b d³ f No d¹
EN 1092-1 6/3 645 513 30 570 4 20 22 600 26,84 24,59 EN 1092-1 6/3 1075 918 48 980 5 24 30 1020 74,57 68,55
EN 1092-1 10/3 670 513 38 585 4 20 26 620 40,79 38,16 EN 1092-1 10/3 1115 918 62 1005 5 28 33 1050 126,51 125,83
EN 1092-1 16/3 715 513 46 610 4 20 33 650 64,70 61,27 EN 1092-1 16/3 1125 918 82 1000 5 28 39 1050 166,05 157,87
EN 1092-1 25/3 730 513 58 615 4 20 36 660 87,84 84,03 EN 1092-1 25/3 1185 918 d 1030 5 28 48 1090
EN 1092-1 40/3 755 513 d 615 4 20 42 670 EN 1092-1 40/3
SABS1123 600/3 645 513 25 570 4 20 22 600 22,36 20,12 SABS1123 600/3 1075 918 40 980 5 24 26 1020 73,10 67,09
SABS1123 1000/3 670 513 32 585 4 20 26 620 34,35 31,72 SABS1123 1000/3 1115 918 55 1005 5 28 33 1050 125,36 118,17
SABS1123 1600/3 715 513 40 610 4 20 33 650 56,26 52,83 SABS1123 1600/3 1125 918 70 1000 5 28 39 1050 163,99 155,81
SABS1123 2500/3 730 513 50 615 4 20 33 660 77,00 73,19 SABS1123 2500/3
SABS1123 4000/3 755 513 70 615 4 20 39 670 120,08 115,35 SABS1123 4000/3
BS10 D/3 704,9 513 28,6 16 25,4 641,4 39,72 BS10 D/3 1174,7 918 47,6 24 35 1092,2 148,89
BS10 E/3 704,9 513 38,1 16 25,4 641,4 52,91 BS10 E/3 1174,7 918 63,5 24 35 1092,2 198,63
BS10 F/3 736,6 513 50,8 24 31,7 673,1 80,53 BS10 F/3
ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 698,5 513 42,9 584,2 1,6 20 31,7 635 54,62 53,17 ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3

600 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 609,6mm. ID 616 1000 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 1016mm. ID 1020
Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F
Thickness Mass Mass Thickness Mass Mass
D ID b d³ f No d¹ D ID b d³ f No d¹
EN 1092-1 6/3 755 616 32 670 5 20 26 705 35,63 31,90 EN 1092-1 6/3 1175 1020 52 1080 5 28 30 1120 88,33 81,73
EN 1092-1 10/3 780 616 42 685 5 20 30 725 55,53 51,24 EN 1092-1 10/3 1230 1020 70 1110 5 28 36 1160 164,81 156,16
EN 1092-1 16/3 840 616 55 725 5 20 36 770 96,87 91,32 EN 1092-1 16/3 1255 1020 90 1115 5 28 42 1170 229,49 219,27
EN 1092-1 25/3 845 616 68 720 5 20 39 770 124,78 118,75 EN 1092-1 25/3 1320 1020 d 1140 5 28 56 1210

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EN 1092-1 40/3 890 616 d 735 5 20 48 795 EN 1092-1 40/3
SABS1123 600/3 755 616 30 670 5 20 26 705 33,40 29,67 SABS1123 600/3 1175 1020 45 1080 5 28 26 1120 89,06 82,46
SABS1123 1000/3 780 616 38 685 5 20 26 725 51,29 47,00 SABS1123 1000/3 1230 1020 60 1110 5 28 33 1160 163,36 154,71
SABS1123 1600/3 840 616 50 725 5 20 33 770 94,88 89,33 SABS1123 1600/3 1255 1020 75 1115 5 28 39 1170 227,32 217,10
SABS1123 2500/3 845 616 60 720 5 20 39 770 113,77 107,75 SABS1123 2500/3
SABS1123 4000/3 SABS1123 4000/3
BS10 D/3 825,5 616 31,8 16 28,6 755,7 57,31 BS10 D/3 1257,3 1020 50,8 24 35 1174,7 159,90
BS10 E/3 825,5 616 47,6 16 31,8 755,7 84,88 BS10 E/3 1257,3 1020 66,7 24 38,1 1174,7 207,72
BS10 F/3 850,9 616 57,2 24 35 781,1 112,35 BS10 F/3
ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 812,8 616 47,6 692,2 1,6 20 34,9 749,3 76,39 74,60 ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3

700 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 711,2mm. ID 714 1200 mm Nominal Bore. Pipe OD 1220mm. ID 1225
Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F Specification Table Flanges Flat Face Raised Face Holes PCD F/F R/F
Thickness Mass Mass Thickness Mass Mass
D ID b d³ f No d¹ D ID b d³ f No d¹
EN 1092-1 6/3 860 714 40 775 5 24 26 810 44,13 39,85 EN 1092-1 6/3 1405 1225 60 1295 5 32 33 1340 150,42 141,27
EN 1092-1 10/3 895 714 50 800 5 24 30 840 75,87 70,91 EN 1092-1 10/3 1455 1225 83 1330 5 32 39 1380 256,09 245,37
EN 1092-1 16/3 910 714 63 795 5 24 36 840 101,65 95,61 EN 1092-1 16/3 1485 1225 d 1330 5 32 48 1390
EN 1092-1 25/3 960 714 85 820 5 24 42 875 165,55 157,87 EN 1092-1 25/3
EN 1092-1 40/3 EN 1092-1 40/3
SABS1123 600/3 860 714 35 775 5 24 26 810 46,05 41,77 SABS1123 600/3 1405 1225 55 1295 5 32 33 1340 148,58 139,43
SABS1123 1000/3 895 714 45 800 5 24 26 840 76,23 71,27 SABS1123 1000/3 1455 1225 70 1330 5 32 39 1380 244,80 234,08
SABS1123 1600/3 910 714 55 795 5 24 33 840 98,98 92,95 SABS1123 1600/3 1485 1225 85 1330 5 32 45 1390 334,99 321,55
SABS1123 2500/3 SABS1123 2500/3
SABS1123 4000/3 SABS1123 4000/3
BS10 D/3 908,1 714 34,9 20 28,6 844,6 64,17 64,17 BS10 D/3 1492,2 1225 60,3 32 35 1409,7 255,12
BS10 E/3 908,1 714 50,8 20 31,8 844,6 92,22 92,22 BS10 E/3 1492,2 1225 79,4 32 38 1409,7 332,50
BS10 F/3 BS10 F/3
ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3 ANSI B 16.5 ASA150/3

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STAINLESS STEEL CATALOGUE

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The Macsteel Range of Stainless Steel Pipes, Fittings and Flanges

PIPING
Standards: ASTM/ASME A/SA 312 TP 304 / 304L and 316 / 316L
Sizes: 15NB to 300NB
Wall Thickness: Sch10s and Sch40s
Range: Welded, Seamless
Special: Pipe larger than 300NB is fabricated to A358 at requested wall thicknesses

THREADED FITTINGS
Standards: ANSI B 16.3
Sizes: 15NB to 80NB
Rating: 150lb BSP
Range: Elbows, Equal tees, Plugs, Sockets, Reducing bushes, Barrel nipples (all available only in 316)

FLANGES
Standards: ASTM/ASME A/SA 240 and A/SA 182
Sizes: 15NB to 300NB
Rating: ANSI B 16.5 150lb, 300lb,600lb
SABS 1123 T600, T1000, T1600, T2500 and T4000
BS10 Table D, E, F
EN1092-1, PN10, PN16
Products: Standard flanges including: slip-on, Weldnecks, Blinds
Specials: Non-standard flanges and flanges in other grades of stainless steel can be manufactured

ELBOWS, TEES, END CAPS AND REDUCERS


Standards: ASTM, ASME A/SA 403WP 304 / 304L
316 / 316L W, WX and WPS B 16.9
Sizes: From 15NB to 300NB
Wall Thickness: Sch10s and Sch40s
Range: 90° elbows, 45° elbows, Equal tees, Reducing tees, Concentric reducers, Eccentric reducers, End caps

TRAD
Specials: Fittings larger than 300NB manufactured on request to ASTM/ASME A/SA 403 and ASTM A774

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PIPE - ANSI B 36.19 and B 36.10 Seamless and Welded
Dimension and Weights for Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipe ANSI B 36.19 and ANSI B 36.10

ANSI B 36.19 ANSI B 36.10


NB OD Wall thickness and weight Wall thickness and weight
Sch5S Sch10S Sch40S Sch80S Sch10 Sch20 Sch30 Standard
in mm mm kg/m mm kg/m mm kg/m mm kg/m mm kg/m mm kg/m mm kg/m mm kg/m

1/8 10.29 1.24 0.28 1.73 0.37 2.41 0.48 1.73 0.37

1/4 13.72 1.65 0.50 2.24 0.65 3.02 0.81 2.24 0.64

3/8 17.15 1.65 0.64 2.31 0.86 3.20 1.12 2.31 0.86

1/2 21.34 1.65 0.81 2.11 1.02 2.77 1.26 3.73 1.62 2.77 1.26

3/4 26.67 1.65 1.03 2.11 1.30 2.87 1.68 3.91 2.19 2.87 1.68

1 33.40 1.65 1.31 2.77 2.13 3.38 2.50 4.55 3.23 3.38 2.50

1 1/4 42.16 1.65 1.67 2.77 2.73 3.56 3.38 4.85 4.46 3.56 3.38

1 1/2 48.26 1.65 1.93 2.77 3.16 3.68 4.05 5.08 5.40 3.68 4.05

2 60.33 1.65 2.42 2.77 3.99 3.91 5.43 5.54 7.47 3.91 5.43

2 1/2 73.03 2.11 3.75 3.05 5.35 5.16 8.62 7.01 11.40 5.16 8.62

3 88.90 2.11 4.59 3.05 6.56 5.49 11.28 7.62 15.25 5.49 11.28

3 1/2 101.60 2.11 5.27 3.05 7.53 5.74 13.56 8.08 18.62 5.74 13.56

4 114.30 2.11 5.95 3.05 8.50 6.02 16.06 8.56 22.29 6.02 16.06

5 141.30 2.77 9.64 3.40 11.74 6.55 21.76 9.52 30.92 6.55 21.76

6 168.28 2.77 11.51 3.40 14.04 7.11 28.23 10.97 42.52 7.11 28.23

8 219.08 2.77 15.05 3.76 20.33 8.18 42.49 12.70 64.57 6.35 33.28 7.04 36.80 8.18 42.49

10 273.05 3.40 23.03 4.19 28.29 9.27 60.24 12.70 81.46 6.35 41.70 7.80 51.00 9.27 60.24

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12 323.85 3.96 31.81 4.57 36.63 9.52 73.76 12.70 97.36 6.35 49.68 8.38 65.14 9.52 73.76

14 355.60 3.96 34.99 4.78 42.10 6.35 54.63 7.92 67.98 9.52 81.21 9.52 81.21

16 406.40 4.19 42.35 4.78 48.22 6.35 62.58 7.92 77.90 9.52 93.13 9.52 93.13

18 457.20 4.19 47.70 4.78 54.30 6.35 70.50 7.92 87.80 11.13 122.12 9.52 105.05

20 508.00 4.77 60.32 5.53 69.77 6.35 78.47 9.52 116.97 12.70 155.00 9.52 116.97

22 558.80 4.78 65.25 5.54 75.53 6.35 86.42 9.52 128.89 12.70 170.86 9.52 128.89

24 609.60 5.54 84.10 6.35 96.22 6.35 96.22 9.52 140.80 14.70 209.54 9.52 140.81

26 660.40 7.92 127.58 12.7 202.65 9.52 152.73

28 711.60 7.92 137.52 12.7 218.54 15.88 271.94 9.52 164.65

30 762.00 6.35 120.59 7.92 147.45 7.92 147.45 12.7 234.44 15.88 291.81 9.52 176.57

32 812.80 7.92 157.39 12.7 250.33 15.88 311.67 9.52 188.50

34 863.60 7.92 167.32 12.7 266.22 15.88 331.54 9.52 200.42

36 914.40 7.92 177.26 12.7 282.12 15.88 351.41 9.52 212.34

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Standard ASTM / ANSI Specifications

ASTM A312 Stainless Steel Pipe

Specification: ASTM A312 seamless and welded austenitic stainless steel pipe.

Stipulation: This specification covers seamless and longitudinally welded austenitic steel pipe intended for high-temperature
and general corrosive service.

Note: When the impact test criterion for a low-temperature sevice would be 20J energy absorption of 0.38mm lateral expansion,
some of the austenitic stainless steel grades covered in this specification are accepted by certain pressure vessel or
piping codes without the necessity of conducting the actual test.

Examples: Grades 304, 304L and 347 are accepted by the ASME Pressure Vessel Code Section VIII Division I by the Chemical Plant
and Refinery Piping Code.
ANSI B 31.3 for service at temperatures as low as -250°C without qualification by impact tests.
Other AISI stainless steel grades are usually accepted for service temperatures as low as -200°C without impact testing.

Testing: Impact testing may, under certain circumstances, be required.


For example, materials with chromium or nickel content outside the AISI range and carbon content exceeding 0.10% are
required to be impact tested under the rules of ASME Section VIII Division I only when service temperatures are lower
than -45°C.

Grades: Grades TP 304H, TP 304N, TP 316H, TP 316N, TP 321H, TP 347H and TP 348H are modifications of Grades TP 304,
TP 316, TP 321, TP 347 and TP 348. These grades are intended for high temperature service.

Additions: Optional supplementary requirements are provided for pipes where a greater degree of testing is desired.
These supplementary requirements call for additional tests to be made and when desired, one or more of these may
be specified in the order.

ASTM A358 Steel Alloy Pipe for High Temperature Service

Specification: ASTM A358 steel alloy pipe for high temperature service.

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Stipulation: ASTM A358 covers electric fusion welded austenitic chromium-nickel alloy steel pipe suitable for corrosive or
high temperature service.

Note: Although no restrictions are placed on the sizes of the pipe furnished under this specification, commercial practice commonly
limits sizes not less than NPS 8.
The dimensionless designator NPS (nominal pipe size) has been substituted for such traditional terms as ‘nominal diameter’,
‘size’, and ‘nominal size’.

Range: This specification covers 19 grades of alloy steel.


The selection of the proper alloy and requirements for heat treatment should be at the discretion of the purchaser,
dependent on the service conditions to be encountered.

Classes: Five classes of pipe are covered as follows:


Class 1: Pipe shall be double welded by processes employing filler metal in all passes and shall be completely radiographed.
Class 2: Pipe shall be double welded by processes employing filler metal in all passes. No radiography is required.
Class 3: Pipe shall be single welded by processes employing filler material in all passes and shall be completely radiographed.
Class 4: Same as Class 3 except that the weld pass exposed to the inside pipe surface may be made without the addition
of filler metal.
Class 5: Pipe shall be double welded by processes employing filler metal in all passes and shall be spot radiographed.

Additions: Supplementary requirements, covering provisions ranging from additional testing to formalised procedures for manufacturing
practices, are provided.

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Standard ASTM / ANSI Specifications

ASTM A403 Buttweld Fittings

Specification: Wrought austenitic stainless steel pipe fittings.

Stipulation: This specification covers classes WP and CR.


Class WP fittings are manufactured to the requirements of ANSI B 16.9, 16.11 or 16.28.
They shall be capable of withstanding a test pressure prescribed in the specifications for the pipe with which the fitting is
recommended to be used.
Class CR fittings are manufactured according to MSS SP-43 and shall be capable of withstanding a test pressure based on
the ratings in MSS SP-43.
Tees fabricated using intersection welds shall be capable of passing a hydrostatic test based on 70% of the ratings in MSS SP-43.
Fittings may be manufactured from blooms, billets, slabs, forging, bars, plates, seamless or welded pipe.
Fittings shall be heat treated before machining.
Fittings ordered as Class WP-S shall be of seamless construction.
On fittings conforming to class WP-W, all welds made by the fitting manufacturer must be radiographed.
Radiography is not required, however, if the fittings are made of welded pipe produced without the addition of filler material.

Note: In practice, fittings stocked under the designation ASTM A403 WP-W are spot-checked by means of radiography.
The quality of the welds is guaranteed to meet the requirements in ASTM A403.
Extra radiography can be performed at the customer’s request and cost.
Class WP-WX fittings shall have all welds radiographed either prior to or after forming, whether the welds are made by
the fitting manufacturer or the fittings are manufactured from welded pipes with or without the addition of filler metal.
Fittings according to class CR do not require radiography.
Hydrostatic testing is not required.

Additions: Each fitting shall be marked with the manufacturer’s name or trademark, the schedule number or pressure rating,
steel grade, class and size.
A certificate of compliance to the specification shall be the basis for approval.

ASTM A182 Pipe Flanges, Forged Fittings, Valves

Specification:

Stipulation:
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ASTM A182 forged and rolled alloy-steel pipe flanges, forged fittings and valves, and parts for high temperature service.

This specification covers forged flanges manufactured according to dimensional standard ANSI B 16.5 as well as forged
socket weld and threaded fittings manufactured to dimensional standard ANSI B 16.11.

Note: The material shall be forged as close as practicable to the specified shape and size.
Forged and roller bar may be used for small cylindrically shaped parts.
All austenitic forgings shall be furnished in heat treated condition.
The heat treatment may be performed before machining.

Additions: Identification marks consisting of the manufacturer’s symbol and name, designation of service rating, specification
number, steel grade and size shall be stamped on each forging.
The marking confirms that the forging has been delivered in accordance with the specification.

For materials and testing information the ANSI standards contain references to specifications laid down by the American Society for Testing
and Materials (ASTM) as listed on these pages.

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304 / 304L Stainless Steel Data In-Depth

304 is used in all industrial, commercial and domestic fields because of its good corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, weldability and
chemical composition.
Applications: Tanks and containers for a large variety of liquids and solids.
Process equipment in: mining, chemical, cryogenic, food, dairy and pharmaceutical industries.
Fabrication: Easy to work S304 responds well to hardening by cold working.
Typical operations include: bending, forming, deep drawing and upsetting.
Specify: 304L, the low carbon variety for intergranular corrosion in the heat-affected zone.

Chemical Composition (ASTM A240) 4. Corrosion Resistance - Aqueous

C Mn P S Si Cr Ni For specific conditions, consult Macsteel Trading. As a rough


guide, the examples are given for certain pure acid-water mixtures
304 0.08 2.0 0.045 0.03 1.0 18.0 - 8.0 -
max 20.0 10.5 Temperature °C 20°C
304L 0.03 max max max max 18.0 - 8.0 -
Concentration 10 20 40 60 80 100
max 20.0 12.0 (% by mass)
Sulphuric acid 2 2 2 2 1 0
Typical properties in annealed condition
Nitric acid 0 0 0 0 2 0
The properties quoted in this publication are typical of mill products Phosphoric acid 0 0 0 0 0 2
and unless indicated should not be regarded as guaranteed minimum Formic acid 0 0 0 0 0 0
values for specification purposes.
Temperature °C 80°C
1. Mechanical properties at room temperature
Concentration 10 20 40 60 80 100
304 304L (% by mass)
Typ Min Typ Min Sulphuric acid 2 2 2 2 2 2
Tensile Strength MPa 600 515 590 485 Nitric acid 0 0 0 0 1 2
Proof Stress (0.2% offset) MPa 310 205 310 170 Phosphoric acid 0 0 0 0 1 2
Formic acid 0 1 2 2 1 0
Elongation (%in 50mm) 60 40 60 40
Hardness (Brinell) 170 170 0 = resistant - corrosion rate less than 100um/year.
Endurance (fatigue) limit MPa 240 240 1 = partly resistant - corrosion rate 100um to 1000um/year.
2 = non-resistant - corrosion rate more than 1000um/year.
2. Properties at elevated temperatures Atmospheric
The values given refer to 304. Values for 304L are not given because
The performance of 304 compared with other metals is shown in the
strength values fall rapidly above 425°C.
following table. Corrosion rates are based on 10 years exposure.
Short time elevated temperature tensile strength

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Environment Corrosion rate (um/year)
Temperature °C 600 700 800 900 1000 304 Aluminium-3S Mild Steel
Tensile Strength MPa 380 270 170 90 50 Rural 0.0025 0.025 5.8
Marine 0.0076 0.432 34.0
Creep Data
Marine-industrial 0.0076 0.686 46.2
Stress for a creep rate of 1% in 10 000 hours
Thermal Processing Resistance
Temperature °C 550 600 650 700 800
Tensile Strength MPa 120 80 50 30 10 a. Annealing Heat from 1010°C to 1120°C and cool rapidly
in air or water. For best corrosion resistance
Recommended Maximum Service Temperature
ensure the final annealing temperature is
(Oxidising Conditions) above 1070°C.
Continuous Service 925°C b. Stress Relieving Stress relieve 304L at 450°C - 600°C for
Intermittent Service 850°C one hour with little danger of sensitisation. A
low stress relieving temperature of 400°C
3. Properties at subzero temperature 304 / 304L
maximum must be used for 304.
Temperature °C -78 -161 -196 C. Hot Working Initial forging and pressing 1150°C - 1260°C
Proof Stress MPa 300/180 380/220 400/220 Finished temperature 900°C - 925°C
(0.2% offset) Upsetting operation finish 930°C - 980°C
Tensile Strength MPa 1100/950 1450/1200 1600/1350
Impact Str J 180/175 160/160 155/150 All hotworking operations should be followed by annealing.
(Charpy V)
Note: Soaking times to ensure uniformity of temperature are up to
1.5 times that required for the same thickness of mild steel.

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316 / 316L Stainless Steel Data In-Depth

316 is an improved version of 304. The addition of molybdenum in 316 makes the steel more resistant. There is also a slightly higher nickel
content. The result in a stainless steel with superior corrosion and oxidation resistance, good mechanical properties and a fabricability that
takes advantage of its extreme toughness and ductility - to meet applications in many industries.
Applications: Tanks and containers for: corrosive liquids, chloride contaminated media, acetic acid vapours.
Specialised process equipment for chemical, food, paper, mining, pharmaceutical, and petroleum.
Architectural applications in highly corrosive environments.
Sea water and polluted marine environments.
Benefits: 316 grade stainless steel offers: much increased corrosion resistance,
higher strength and creep resistance at high temperatures,
effective operating properties at sub-zero temperatures, and
resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion in aggressive conditions.
Fabrication: 316 / 316L is extremely tough, ductile and readily fabricated by cold working.
Typical operations include: bending, forming, deep drawing, upsetting.
Specify: 316L, the low carbon variety when there is a danger of corrosion in the heat-affected zones of weldments.
316Ti, titanium stabilised is used for its resistance to sensitisation during prolonged exposure in the 550°C - 800°C range.

Chemical Composition (ASTM A240) 4. Corrosion Resistance - Aqueous

C Mn P S Si Cr Ni Mo For specific conditions, consult Macsteel Trading. As a rough


guide, the examples are given for certain pure acid-water mixtures
316 0.08 max 2.0 0.045 0.030 1.0 16.0 10.0 2.00
316L 0.03 max max max max max to to to Temperature °C 20°C
316Ti 0.08 max 18.0 14.0 3.0
Concentration 10 20 40 60 80 100
(% by mass)
Typical properties in annealed condition (see 304)
Sulphuric acid 0 1 2 2 1 0
Nitric acid 0 0 0 0 0 1
1. Mechanical properties at room temperature
Phosphoric acid 0 0 0 0 1 2
316 316L 316Ti Formic acid 0 0 0 1 1 0
Typ Min Typ Min Typ Min
Temperature °C 80°C
Tensile Strength MPa 580 515 570 485 600 515
Proof Stress MPa 310 205 300 170 320 205 Concentration 10 20 40 60 80 100
(0.2% offset) (% by mass)
Elongation (%in 55 40 60 40 50 40 Sulphuric acid 2 2 2 2 2 2
L = 5.65/Sº) Nitric acid 0 0 0 0 1 2
Hardness 165 165 165 Phosphoric acid 0 0 0 0 1 2
(Brinell)
Formic acid 0 0 1 1 1 0
Erichsen Cup mm 8-10 10-11
Test value
0 = resistant - corrosion rate less than 100um/year.
Endurance MPa 260 260 260
(fatigue) limit 1 = partly resistant - corrosion rate 100um to 1000um/year.

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2 = non-resistant - corrosion rate more than 1000um/year.
2. Properties at elevated temperatures
Atmospheric
The values given refer to 316 and 316Ti only as strength values for
316L fall rapidly above 425°C. The performance of 316 compared with other metals is shown in the
following table. Corrosion rates are based on 10 years exposure.
Short time elevated temperature tensile strength
Environment Corrosion rate (um/year)
Temperature °C 600 700 800 900 1000 316 Aluminium-3S Mild Steel
Tensile Strength MPa 460 320 190 190 70 Rural 0.0025 0.025 5.8
Creep Data Marine 0.0076 0.432 34.0
Marine-industrial 0.0051 0.686 46.2
Stress for a creep rate of 1% in 10 000 hours
Temperature °C 550 600 650 700 800 Thermal Processing Resistance
Tensile Strength MPa 160 120 90 60 20
a. Annealing Heat from 1010°C to 1120°C and cool rapidly
Recommended Maximum Service Temperature in air or water. For best corrosion resistance
ensure the final annealing temperature is
(Oxidising Conditions) above 1070°C.
Continuous Service 925°C b. Stress Relieving Heat from 200°C - 400°C and air cool.
Intermittent Service 870°C C. Hot Working Initial forging and pressing 1150°C - 1260°C
3. Properties at subzero temperature 316 Finished temperature 900°C+
Upsetting operation finish 930°C - 980°C
Temperature °C -78 -161 -196
Proof Stress MPa 400 460 580 All hotworking operations should be followed by annealing.
(0.2% offset)
Tensile Strength MPa 820 1150 1300 Note: Soaking times to ensure uniformity of temperature are up to
Impact Str J 180 165 155 1.5 times that required for the same thickness of mild steel.
(Charpy V)

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