Class 600 flange

Class 600 Flange

What is a Class 600 Flange?

A pipe flange is a connection that is made by forging a piece of metal into shape. The flanges range in types such as blind flanges or slip-on flange and have different faces such as the flat face and raised face. Flanges are made from different materials as well. They are classified into different categories according to their pressure capacities. The ASME B16.5 specification has 7 different pressure classes. The Class 600 flanges belongs to a medium-level pressure class.

Class 600 Flange dimensions, pressure rating, weight and specification

Class 600 Flange Specification

Class 600 Flange Dimensions

Class 600 Flange Pressure Rating

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Why ANSI class 600 plate flange are used in pipeline?

The pressure capacity of the CL600 Lap Joint flanges is 890 PSIG at 343° Celsius. This equals roughly 61 bars. This means the flanges of this class can be used at pipelines that operate up to this temperature and pressure range. The materials used can vary. The class 600 carbon steel flanges is cost effective because of the relatively low cost and abrasion resistance. So naturally, these flanges are used for the performance, pressure capacity, and for economic benefits. The flanges come in different connection types such as the ASA 600 Threaded flange as well.

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Why is surfaace tretment is important for cl 600 blind flange?

The class 600 blind flanges can be shipped over long distances and be kept for longer times exposed to the atmosphere. In those cases, there can be oxide layer formation on the surface of the flanges. The flanges face is usually treated to make sure the fitting process happens perfectly, but sometimes the entire 600LB Forged flanges surface has to be cleaned to make sure there is no oxide layer. The surface could either be sandblasted or chemically treated.

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What is the purpose of a B16.5 class 600 flange in refinery & petrochemical industry?

The petrochemical industries and refineries operate under heavy pressure and temperatures. The ASME B16.5 Class 600 slip on flanges can withstand these high temperatures and medium-level pressures. So they become some of the best fits for the parts where there are high temperature and pressure operations. The flanges also reduce the space requested for fitting connections. One major advantage is that the flanges can be assembled and disassembled without the need for welding and cutting the pipes; they use bolts and nuts to make the connections.

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Uses & Applications of ASTM A105 class 600 pipe flange

The Cl 600 Alloy Steel flanges is made up of a carbon steel that has 250MPa minimum yield strength and 485MPa tensile strength. The material is made up of carbon, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, silicon, copper, nickel, chromium, molybdenum, and vanadium. This makes the class 600 ms flanges to be used in applications such as oil and gas pipelines, power plants, refineries, offshore and onshore pipelines, and any other application that requires medium-level pressure and temperature requirements.

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How Class 600 blind flange are manufactured?

These particular types of flanges can either be forged or made by turning, boring, milling, drilling grinding, polishing, and welding. The 600# Socket Weld flange is manufactured by forging the material with a tapered die plug through a small hole. The application of a supporting ring dies forms the fillet radius for the neck. The class 600 weld neck flange is then post-formed or performed according to any deflection in the process.