Carbon Steel Buttweld fittings are important part of piping systems that allows to change the flow direction, reduce pipe size, and to branch off or attach the piping equipment. These fittings use welded or seamless pipe as staring material. These are shaped using hot and cold forming into reducer tees, elbows, olets and caps. Carbon … Read more What is Carbon Steel Buttweld Fittings?
Stainless Steel Welded Buttweld Fittings are used to change the direction of flow, pipe diameter and branching in the piping systems. Buttweld fittings are available in diverse range such as tees, caps, elbows, olets and reducers. These fittings are seamless and welded that can be formed using standard procedures. Apart from this, welded buttweld fittings … Read more Difference Between Stainless Steel 304 & 316 Welded Buttweld Fitting
Pipe fittings play an important role in linking straight tubing or tube sections. For controlling fluid flow, these fittings are often used. It is a big part of the framework for piping & tubing. Buttweld Fittings are one of the most widely used pipe fittings in the piping & tubing system. It acquired its name … Read more Different Types of Buttweld Fittings Explained
Seamless Steel Pipe is made of a’ billet’ solid round steel that is heated and pushed or pulled over a form until the steel is molded into a hollow tube. Seamless pipes are produced in a range of sizes and schedules. Nevertheless, the manufacturing of large diameter pipes is limited. Seamless pipes are commonly used … Read more Difference between Seamless & Welded Stainless Steel Pipes
Buttweld is to connect pipes and fittings ends by a butt welding process. Also known by welded pipe fittings. It has ended in beveled or plain, dimensions normally from 3/4” to 24”. Manufactured according to ASME B16.9. In various materials like carbon, alloy, and stainless steel. Types for Butt Weld Fittings Ranges from usage and … Read more What are Different Types of Buttweld Fittings