ANSI/ ASME B16.5 flanges sizes 1/4 to 24 inches and Class 150 LBS, 300 LBS, 600 LBS, 900 LBS, 1500 LBS, 2500 LBS
Various flange types are used for pipe or fitting connection but thread flange can be used without welding.
DIN/UNI/EN: 6Bar 10Bar 16Bar 25Bar 40Bar / PN6 PN10 PN16 PN25 PN40, PN64, JIS: 5K, 10 K, 16 K 20 K, 30 K, 40 K, 63 K, Class 150# to 2500#
SAE Grade 1, ASTM A325, ASTM A354, B7, Grade 2/5/8/9/, 18-8 & 316 Stainless Steel
ISO 4014/ 4016/ 4017/ 4018/ 4162/ 7411/ 8676
Most common bolting threads are ACME, 8 Pitch and Metric Threads. Read more
What is Hot Forged Fasteners?
Fasteners are devices that are employed in connecting an array of metal components in the system. Hot forged fasteners are precisely shaped at high temperatures using compressive forces. These fasteners are made with alloys of carbon and iron, which are alloyed at extreme temperatures between 950 to 1250 degrees C. These high strength, hardened components possess a finer uniform grain structure having higher tensile and fatigue strength over other steel grades. Steel at forging temperatures becomes highly malleable and ductile, allowing the fasteners to be designed in different sizes and specifications.
Difference Between Hot Forged Bolts Vs Cold Forged Fasteners
Cold and hot forging are two processes that are employed to precisely shape components.
What is Hot Dipped Galvanized Eye Bolts?
Eye bolts are fasteners that act as a connection point for anchoring, rigging, hoisting different modules in stress-induced environments. In such systems, corrosion is at the highest degree leading to degradation of the bolts. The best way to mitigate this problem is the hot dip galvanizing process. In this process, the eye bolts are surfaced cleaned, and dipped in hot baths containing zinc. Zinc in these baths will coat itself on the metal surface and protect it from corrosion. The barrier of zinc provides cathodic protection to the steel. This means that the zinc grade will corrode instead of the steel when they come in contact with corrosive media. The sacrificial zinc grade is an excellent defense mechanism against corrosion and improves the durability and longevity of the steel grade.