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Outlet Outlet Outlet
Nominal Requiring Hub Nominal Requiring Hub Nominal Requiring Hub
Pipe Size Flanges Pipe Size Flanges Pipe Size Flanges
(Note (4)) (Note (1)) [Note (4)) [Note (1)) [Note (4)) [Note (1))
NPS NPS NPS NPS NPS NPS
1 ½ 3½ 12 3½
1¼ ½ 4 14 3½
1½ 1/2 5 16 4
2 1 6 18 4
2½ 1¼ 8 20 4
3 1¼ 10 24 4

GENERAL NOTE: Dimensions arc in millimeters. For dimensions in inches, refer to Mandatory Appendix ii, Table 11-6.
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(1} The hub dimensions shall be at least as large as those of the standard flanges of the size to which the reduction is being machined, except
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(2} Class 150 flanges do not have a counterbore. Class 300 and higher pressure flanges will have depth of counterbore Q of7 mm for NPS 2 and ~
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(l} The size designation is NPS 6 • 2½ - Class 300 reducing threaded flange. This flange has the following dimensions:
NPS 2½ = taper pipe thread tapping (ASME B1.20.1}
320 mm = diameter of regular NPS 6 Class 300 threaded flange
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15.5 mm = height of hub for regular NPS 5 Class 300 threaded flange

(2} The size designation is NPS 6 • 2-Class300 reducing threaded flange. Use regularNPS 6 Class 300 blind flange tapped with NPS 2 taper pipe
thread (ASME B1.20.1}.

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(17) Table 7 Templates for Drilling Class 150 Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings
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Diameter Diameter Diameter
Nominal of of Bolt of Bolt Number Diameter 2-mm 2-mm
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Size 0 w In. Bolts In. Face Joint Face
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5 255 215.9 8 95 110 85
6 280 241.3 8 100 115 85
8 345 298.5 8 110 120 90
10 405 362.0 12 115 125 100
12 485 431.8 12 120 135 100
14 535 476.3 12 135 145 115
16 595 539.8 16 135 145 115
18 635 577.9 16 145 160 125 n
20 700 635.0 20 160 170 140 "
22 750 692.2 20 170 185 150 r
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GENERAL NOTES:
(a) Dimensions of Table 7 are in millimeters, except for diameters of bolts and bolt holes, which are in inch units. For dimensions in inch units,
refer to Mandatory Appendix II, Table 11-7.
(b) For other dimensions, see Tables 8 and 9.
NOTES:
(1) The length of the s tud bolt docs not include the height of the points (see para. 6.10.2),
(Z) For flange bolt holes, sec para. 6.5.
(3) For s pot facing, see para. 6.6.
(4) Bolt lengths not shown in the table may be determined in accordance with Nonmandatory Appendix C (see para. 6.10.2).

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Outside Thickness Chamfer Threaded/ Thread Minimum Welding Lapped
Nominal Diameter of Minimum Welding Slip-on/ Length Slip-on/ Neck/ Range
Pipe of Flange, Thickness Diameter Neck. Socket Welding Threaded, Socket Minimum Socket and Depth of
Size, Flange, t, Lap Joint, of Hub, Ah Welding, Lapped, Neck, T Welding, Lapped, Welding, B Pipe, Socket,
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/z 90 9,6 11.2 30 21.3 14 16 46 16 22.2 22.9 15.B 3 10
3/4 100 11.2 12.7 38 26.7 14 16 51 16 27.7 28.2 20.9 3 11
1 110 12.7 14.3 49 33.4 16 17 54 17 34.5 34.9 26,6 3 13
11/4 115 14.3 15,9 59 42.2 19 21 56 21 43,2 43.7 35.1 5 14
11/z 125 15.9 17.S 65 48.3 21 22 60 22 49.5 50,0 40.9 6 16

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1 z 3 4 s 6 7 8 9 10 11 1Z 13 14 15
Hub Length Through Hub Bore Comer
Diameter Bore
Beginning Radius
Minimum of Minimum of
Outside Thickness Chamfer Threaded/ Thread Minimum Welding Lapped
Nominal Diameter of Minimum Welding Slip-on/ Length Slip-on/ Neck/ Flange
Pipe of Flange, Thickness Diameter Neck, Socket Welding Threaded, Socket Minimum Socket and Depth of
Size, Flange, t, Lap Joint, of Hub, Ah Welding. Lapped, Neck, T Welding. Lapped, Welding, B Pipe, Socket,
NPS 0 (Notes {2)- {4J) tl , X [Note (5)] y y y [Note (6J) B B (Note [7)] r D
2 150 17.5 19.1 78 60.3 24- 25 62 25 61.9 62,5 52.5 8 17
2'1, 180 20.7 22.3 90 73.0 27 29 68 29 74.6 75.4 62.7 8 19
3 190 22.3 23.9 108 88.9 29 30 68 30 90.7 91.4 77.9 10 21
3'/, 215 22.3 23.9 122 101.6 30 32 70 32 103.4 104.1 90.1 10
4 230 22.3 23.9 135 114.3 32 33 75 33 116.1 116.8 102.3 11

5 255 22.3 23.9 164 141.3 35 36 87 36 143.8 144.4 128.2 11


6 280 23.9 25.4 192 168.3 38 40 87 40 170.7 171.4 154.1 13 i';;
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8 345 27.0 28.6 246 219.1 43 44 100 44 221.5 222.2 202.7 13 r,:, C

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14 535 33.4 35.0 400 355.6 56 79 125 57 359.2 360.2
16 595 35.0 36.6 457 406.4 62 87 125 64 410.S 411.2 Note {8) 13
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22 750 44.S 46,1 610 558.8 78 108 148 564.4 565.2 Note (8) 13 0
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(a) Dimensions of Table 8 are in millimeters. For dimensions in inches, refer to Table 11-8 of Mandatory Appendix II.
(b) For tolerance, see section 7.
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(c) For facings, see para. 6.4.
(d) For flange bolt holes. see para. 6.5 and Table 7.
(e) For spot facing, see para. 6.6.
(f) For reducing threaded and slip-on flanges, see Table 6. "
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(g) Blind flanges may be made with or without hubs at the manufacturer's option.
(h) For reducing welding neck flanges, see para. 6.8.
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(1) This dimension is for large end of hub, which may be straight or tapered. Taper shall not exceed 7 deg on threaded, slip-on, socket-welding, and lapped flanges. This dimension is defined as the
diameter at the intersection between the hub taper and back face of the flange.

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(2) The minimum thickness ofthese loose flanges, in sizes NPS 31/, and smaller, is slightly greater than the thickness ornanges on fittings, Table 9, which are reinforced by being cast integral with the
body of the fitting.
(3) These flanges may be supplied with a flat face. The flat face may be either the full t1 dimenslon of thickness plus 2 mm orthe t1 dimenslon thickness without the raised face height See para 6.3.2
for additional restrictions.
(4) The flange dimensions Illustrated are for regularly furnished 2-mm raised face (except lapped); for requirements of other facings, see Figure 6.
(5) For welding end bevel (see para. 6.7).
(6) For thread of threaded flanges, see para. 6.9.
(7) Dimensions in Column 13 correspond to the inside diameters ofpipe as given inASME B36.l0M for standard wall pipe. Thickness ofstandard wall is the same as Schedule 40 in sizes NPS 10 an d
smaller. Tolerances in pa ra. 7,5.2 apply. These bore sizes are furnished unless otherwise specified by the purchaser.
(8) To be specified by the purchaser.

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Radius 45-deg to-End and Reducer, to-Base, Width of of Circle or Dlamete1 Nominal
Elbow, Elbow, Lateral, True ·Y; NN R Square Base, T Thickness Bolt of Pipe
JI KK u MM [Notes [Notes Base, S [Notes (7)- of Ribs, U Spacing, Drllled Size,
[Note (6)) [Note (6)) [Note (6)) (Note (6)) (5), (6)) (7)-(9)) (Note (7)) (10)) (Note (7)) w Holes NPS
679 222 819 184 381 343 29 29 298.4 18
743 248 895 210 406 343 29 29 298.4 20
870 286 1035 235 470 343 29 29 298.4 24

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Table 9 Dimensions of Class 150 Flanged Fittings (Cont'd) "C.


GENERAL NOTES:
(a) Dimensions of Table 9 are In millimeters. For dimensions in inch units, refer to Mandatory Appendix II, Table 11-9.
(b) For tolerances, see section 7.
(c) For facings, see pa ra. 6.4.
(d) For nange bolt holes, see para. 6.5 and Table 8.
(e) For spot facing. see para. 6.6.
(f) For intersecting centerlines, center-to-contact surface, and center-to-end dimensions of side outlet fittings, see para. 6.2.4.
(g) For center-to-contact surface and center-to-end dimensions of special degree elbows, see para. 6,2.5,
(h) For reinforcement of certain fittings, sec para. 6.1.
(i) For drains, see para. 6.12.
NOTES:
(1) The thickness of flange minimum dimensions for loose flanges, Table 9 sizes NPS 3 '12 and smaller, are slightly heavier than for nanges on
these fittings, which are reinforced by being cast Integral with the body of fitting.
(Z) These fittings maybe supplied with a flat face flange. The flat face maybe either the full tr dimension thickness plus 2 mm or the tr dimension ,
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thickness without the raised face height. See para. 6.3.2 for additional restrictions.
(3) The thickness of the flange dimension lllustrated is for regularly furnished 2-mm raised face (except lapped); for thickness requirements of
other facings, see Figure 6.
(4) For center-to-contact surface and center-to-end dimensioins of reducing fittings, see para. 6.2.3.
(5) For contact surface-to-contact surface and end-to-end dimensions of reducers and eccentric reducers, see para. 6.2.3.
{6) These dimensions apply to straight sizes only (see paras. 6.2.3 and 6.4.2.2). For center-to-end dimensions of reducing fittings or end-to-end
dimensions ofreducers, use center-to-contact surface orcontactsurface-to-contactsurface dimensions of2 mm raised face (flange edge) for
la rgest opening. and add the proper height to provide for ring joint groove applying to each flange. See Table 5 for ring joint facing
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(8) For reducing fittings, the size and center-to-face dimension of base are determined by the size of the largest opening offittings. ln the case of C
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reducing base elbows, orders shall specify whether the base shall be opposite the larger or smaller opening.
(9) Bases shall be plain faced unless otherwise specified, and the center-to-base dimension R shall be the finished dimension. ~
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(11) The bases of these fittings arc Intended for support in compression and are not to be used for anchors or supports in tension or shear.

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(17) Table 10 Templates for Drilling Class 300 Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings
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Nominal Diameter Diameter Diameter
Pipe of of Bolt of Bolt Number Diameter 2-mm 2-mm
Size, Flange, Clrcle, Holes, of of Bolts, Raised Ring Raised
NPS 0 w In. Bolts In. Face Joint Face
'12 95 66.7 4 65 75 55
•1. 115 82.6 4 75 90 65
1 125 88.9 4 75 90 65
1¼ 135 98.4 4 85 95 70
1 '12 155 114.3 4 90 100 75
2 165 127.0 B 90 100 75
2½ 190 149.2 B 100 115 BS
3 210 168.3 B 110 120 90
3½ 230 184,2 8 110 125 95
4 255 200.0 B 115 125 95

5 280 235,0 B 120 135 110


6 320 269.9 12 120 140 110
B 380 330.2 12 140 150 120
10 445 387.4 16 160 170 140
12 520 450.B 16 170 185 145

14 5B5 514.4 20 1¼ 1B0 190 160


16 650 571,S 20 1¼ 190 205 165 n
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20 775 685,B 24 111. 205 220 185 r
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24 915 812.8 24 1½ 230 255 205
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(a) Dimensions of Table 10 are in millimeters, except for diameters of bolts and bolt holes, which are in inch units. For dimensions in inch units,
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(1) Length of stud bolt does not include the height of the points (sec par.1. 6.10.2).
(2) For flange bolt holes, see para. 6.5.
(3) For spot facing, see para 6.6.
(4) Bolt lengths not shown in the table may be determined in accordance with Nonma ndatory Appendix C (see para. 6.10.2).

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Hub Length Through Hub Bore
Diameter Comer
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Minimum or Minimum Welding of Bore Minimum
Outside Thickness Chamfer Threaded/ Thread Minimum Neck/ or Counter-
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12 95 12.7 14.3 38 21.3 21 22 51 16 22.2 22.9 15.8 3 23.6 10
% 115 14.3 15,9 48 26.7 24 25 56 16 27.7 28.2 20.9 3 29,0 11
1 125 15.9 17.5 54 33.4 25 27 60 18 34.5 34.9 26.6 3 35.8 13
111. 135 17.5 19.1 64 42.2 25 27 64 21 43.2 43.7 35.1 5 44.4 14
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Hub Length Through Hub Bore
Diameter Corner
Beginning Radius
Minimum of Minimum Welding of Bore Minimum
Outside Thickness Chamfer Threaded/ Thread Minimum Neck/ of Counter-
Nominal Diameter of Flange, Minimum Welding. Slip-On/ Length Slip-On/ Socket Lapped bore Depth
Pipe of t, Thickness Diameter Neck. Socket Welding Threaded, Socket Minimum Welding, Flange Threaded of
Size, Flange, [Notes (Z}· Lap Joint, of Hub, Ah Welding, Lapped, Neck, T Welding, Lapped, B and Flange, Socket,
NPS 0 (4}] t, X [Note (4}] y y y [Note (5}] B B [Note (6}] Pipe, r Q D
2 165 20.7 22.3 84 60.3 32 33 68 29 61.9 62.5 52.5 8 63.5 17
2% 190 23.9 25.4 100 73.0 37 38 75 32 74.6 75.4 62.7 8 76.2 19
3 210 27.0 28.6 117 88.9 41 43 78 32 90.7 91.4 77.9 10 92.2 21
31/2 230 28.6 30.2 133 101.6 43 44 79 37 103.4 104.1 90.1 10 104.9 n
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5 280 33.4 35.0 178 141.3 49 51 97 43 143.8 144.4 128.2 11 144.4


6 320 35.0 36.6 206 168.3 51 52 97 47 170.7 171.4 154.1 13 171.4 ~
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8 380 39.7 41.3 260 219.1 60 62' 110 51 221.5 222.2 202.7 13 222.2 r!l

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16 650 55.6 57.2 483 406.4 81 121 144 69 410.5 411.2 Note (7) 13 411.2
18 710 58.B 60.4 533 457.0 87 130 157 70 461.8 462.3 Note (7) 13 462.0
20 775 62.0 63.5 587 50B.O 94 140 160 74 513.1 514.4 Note (7) 13 512.8
22 840 65.1 66.7 640 558.B 100 145 164 564.4 565.2 Note [7) 13
24 915 68,3 69.9 702 610.0 105 152 167 83 616,0 616.0 Note (7) 13 614.4
GENERAL NOTES:
(a) Dimensions of Table 11 are in millimeters. For dimensions in inch units, refer to Mandatory Appendix II, Table 11-11.
(b) For tolerances, see section 7.
(c) For facings, sec para. 6.4.
(d) For flange bolt holes, see para. 6.5 and Table 10.
(e) For spot facing, see para. 6.6.
(f) For reducing threaded and slip-on flanges, see Table 6.
(g) Blind flanges may be made with or without hubs at the manufacturer's option.
(h) For reducing welding neck flanges, see para. 6.8.
NOTES:
(1) This dimension Is for the large end ofthe hub, which may be straight or tapered. Tapershall not exceed 7 deg on threaded, slip-on, socket-welding, and lapped flanges. This dimension is defined
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(2) These flanges may be supplied with a flat face. The flat face may be either the full t1 dlmenslon thickness plus2•mm or the t1 dimension thickness without the raised face height See para. 6.3.2 for
additional restrictions.
(3) The flange dimensions illustrated are for regularly furnished 2-mm raised face (except lapped); for requirements of other facings, see Figure 6.
(4) For welding end bevel, see para. 6.7.
(5) For thread of threaded flanges, see para. 6,9.
(6) Dimensions in Column 13 correspond to the Inside dlametersofplpe as given in ASME 836,l0M for standard wall pipe. Standard wall dimensions arethesame as Schedule 40 in sizes NPS 10 and
smaller. Tolerances in para. 7.5.2 apply. These bore sizes are furnished unless otherwise specified by the purchaser.
(7) To be specified by the purchaser.

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