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TOPIC: WEIGHT OF THE FLANGE

12 years 10 months ago #7349

  • chanock
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HELLO,
SOMEBODY KNOW THE WEIGHT OF THE FLANGE (WELDED NECK FLANGE 1500 LBS ANSI 24''Ø RTJ)

THANKYOU IF YOU GIVE ME A WEB SITE ABOUT LITERATURE TECHNICAL

THANKS

Re: WEIGHT OF THE FLANGE 12 years 10 months ago #3826

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Try www.texasflange.com

I will try to get a few more for you.
- If you're the smartest person in the room ... you're in the wrong room.

thankyou anton, texas flanges don't have 12 years 10 months ago #3828

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thankyou anton,

texas flanges don't have flanges of 24''Ø 1500 lbs. only until 12''Ø 1500lbs.

i got a:
flange mate MAF (24''-1500 ANSI) WEIGHT = 12,710 LBS.

SWIVEL RING FLANGE (24''-1500 ANSI) WEIGHT = 4,480 LBS.


WELDED NECK FLANGE (24''-1500 ANSI)= 1000 LBS. BUT I DON'T believe that this correct.

THANKS

Chanock, I have looked in all 12 years 10 months ago #3829

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Chanock,
I have looked in all of my books plus every place I can think of on the internet, and I cannot find any place where the weights for 1500# falnges are listed for sizes over 12".
I am afraid you are going to have to contact a manufacturer. In addition to the size and rating you will also need to state the material you require. They may also ask for the actual design conditions (pressure & temperature) as this size and rating will be a custom design.
Do it once and Do it Right

THANKS TO ALL A FOUND IN 12 years 10 months ago #3830

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THANKS TO ALL

A FOUND IN THIS SITE:http://www.howellpipe.com/hpfsflf.htm

THE WEIGHT AND IS APROX. (1.5 TONS) AND THE FLANGE IS ACCORD TO ASME B16.5

JOP, For future reference the RGB 12 years 10 months ago #3831

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JOP,
For future reference the RGB book has weights for WN flanges up to 16" (510kg)

18", 20" and 24" weights are available on application. I doubt they get much call for them.

If you were desperate we used to work out the weights of steel with the formula
M x M x MM x 7.8 = weight in kgs
just as relevant to flanges just work out the volumes.
J
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