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Slip-on flange external fillet weld size of Figure UW-21 and Figure 2-4

Slip-on flange external fillet weld size of Figure UW-21 and Figure 2-4

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The external weld leg size = Xmin=1.4tn from Fig. UW-21.
The external weld leg size = c = tn from Fig. 2-4.
This looks like double stands and confused. And this may virtually make a contradiction between the client/user and manufacturer. The manufacturer prefers Fig. 2-4, but client may prefer Fig.UW-21.

RE: Slip-on flange external fillet weld size of Figure UW-21 and Figure 2-4

mechengineer, here's the key: "When ASME B16.5 slip-on flanges are shown to comply with all the requirements provided in Mandatory Appendix 2 of this Division..."

They rarely do. Subject is discussed frequently, try a site search for more detail.

Regards,

Mike

The problem with sloppy work is that the supply FAR EXCEEDS the demand

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