ASME B16.47 Series A Class 900 blind flange

ASME B16.47 Series A Class 900 Blind Flange

What is a ASME B16.47 Series A Class 900 Blind Flange?

Flanged connections have bolts and nuts to connect the flanges together. Flanges are forged components that are stronger and hold pipes together with the use of fasteners. Using flanges has advantages and disadvantages. The flanges have specifications and pressure classes. The ASME B16.47 Series A Class 900 Blind Flange has the highest pressure rating in the ASME B16.47 specification.

ASME B16.47 Series A Class 900 Blind Flange dimensions, weight and specification


ASME B16.47 Series A Class 900 Blind Flange Specification

ASME B16.47 Series A Class 900 Blind Flange Dimensions

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What can cause SR A Cl 900 BLRF Flanges to rust?

These flanges are made up of different materials. The series A flanges are made up of the MSS SP 44 group of materials. The ASME b16 47 Cl 900 series A blrf flange can operate under regular environmental conditions, with the pressure and temperature ratings applied. However, the internal environment can change rapidly, for example, an acidic content. The external environment can cause rusting if it has harsh conditions such as salty air, a heated and humid atmosphere, etc. When the flanges are exposed to these corrosive conditions, they can rust. Rust is no more than chemical reactions with the elements in the environment.

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Which origin is best to buy ASME B16.47 Series A Class 900 Blind Flange material?

The flange materials have a cost and the production has a cost as well. The origin of the ASME B16.47 SR A Cl 900 Blind Flange can vary from Asia, and the Middle East to any other part of the country. If your site is located anywhere close to any of these origins, then that is your first concern. Because it costs a lot more to transport the flanges in bulk than just buying them. The quality matters. So you can check for known brands, rated suppliers, etc.

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What is the Series A 900 Lbs BLRF Flange used for?

Since Ansi b16.47 series A class 900 blank flanges are of the highest pressure rating in this specification, they can be used with very high-pressure requirements. There are applications like nuclear power plants, thermal power plants, chemical operations, boilers, heat exchangers, and other applications that require high-pressure capable components. The class 900 flanges can be used under these conditions.

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How to find out the right Series a class 900 blind flange dimensions?

B16.47 900# Series A blind flanges have pipe nominal diameters ranging from 26 inches to 60 inches. The thickness of the flanges ranges from 139.7 mm for the 26-inch flanges to above 233.4mm for flanges over 48 inches. The dimensions for the flanges above 50 inches in size can be specified by the customer according to their use case requirements. You need to know that the number of bolt holes for flanges up to 38 inches in diameter is 20 and the ones above have 24 bolt holes. Over 50 inches of flanges can be specified by the customer for the number of bolt holes as well. The main parameter to consider when deciding the size is the inner diameter of the run pipe has to match the inner diameter of the flange, to make sure there is no turbulence created by the pressure difference.

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Advantages & disadvantages of ANSI B16.47 Sr A 900 lb Blank Flange

The main advantage is that the flange is strong and high-pressure capable. The ANSI B16.47 Sr A 900LB Blank Flange can close a high-pressure line with just bolts and nuts. However, if the pipe is not fit in place with other fittings such as anchors, then the pipe can have a motion with the movement of liquids inside. If there is a rotation of fluids involved, they can tilt the pipes. If this happens, the bolts are likely to be loosened, and the surface between the gasket, pipe and flange can undulate. This can cause leaks, especially if the fluid inside is a gas.