Reducing Cross

Reducing Cross

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What is reducing cross?

This fitting has four openings, all of whose circumferences will be different in measurement. Because the circumference of all four openings is different, they are referred to as a Reducing Cross.

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When would you use a reducing cross pipe fitting?

An unequal cross is best suited to those applications where a piping system needs to connect pipes of different diameters. In addition to their use in Structural applications, they are used in fabrication, general engineering, water supply treatments, wastewater management and plumbing sectors.

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Special features of carbon steel unequal cross

Carbon steel fittings can withstand very high levels of heat. With a higher content of carbon, they exhibit high toughness, a property desired in these fittings (Cross fittings are stressed easily with a change to high temperatures). Lastly, they are relatively cheaper than stainless steel unequal crosses.

Refer ASME B16.9 buttweld reducing cross dimensions and reducing cross tee weight chart in schedule 10//40/80/120/160

Buttweld reducing cross and unequal cross are same?

Yes, the name for a reducing cross and an unequal cross fitting is interchangeable. They both refer to a cross with different-sized openings.

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How do you install SS reducing cross?

A SS reducing cross is easy to install. Like most fittings, they are internally threaded, needing no equipment during installation. The internal threads of the unequal cross will match the external threads of the pipes. But for those fittings that do not have threads, the first step is to cut a single piece of piping with a cutter such that it forms a cross with the other piece. The cut pipe needs to be checked for moisture or contaminants, to prevent future corrosion, and ensure proper installation. The fitting can then be soldered onto the pipe using proper instructions. After the pipes have cooled down, they must be tested using a small amount of force.