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Stainless Steel / PTFE Lined Pipework

Stainless Steel / PTFE Lined Pipework

Stainless Steel / PTFE Lined Pipework

(OP)
I am looking for standards and or details of suppliers
For SS Lined pipework.

Any pointers

thanks in advance

RE: Stainless Steel / PTFE Lined Pipework

Corrosion Resistant Products in the UK do it.  
I think any of the PTFE Lined Pipe companies will do it if you ask (3P, Fluorocarbon, Flexachem etc).

I have not used it myself.

Good luck.

RE: Stainless Steel / PTFE Lined Pipework

You can also call Crane Resistoflex.  According to their website, they are the largest supplier of PTFE-lined CS and SS piping in the world.  They have plants in USA, Germany, and Singapore.  Their website is as www.resistoflex.com.

RE: Stainless Steel / PTFE Lined Pipework

Fpr plastic lined SS, size range is 1" nom. pipe size to 24" nom. pipe size.  All material is flanged with Class 150 or 300.  DIN, JIS, and other types of flanges are also available.  For more questions, please contact me at mferg@resistoflex.com.

RE: Stainless Steel / PTFE Lined Pipework

AVcadman,

Just a quick note...

Remember when you are designing and specifying PTFE systems, you will be getting shop fabricated FLANGED spool pieces. This means the following:

-  More flanged joints in the system ( and potential for leaks) This is a big consideration for toxic and/or expensive liquids.

-  Virtually no "field adjustment" of pipe lengths.... this means your equipment must be on-target in the layout scheme and no last minute field layout changes. Insist on dimensioned spool piece drawings for all piping components.

A PTFE lined piping system must be designed, dimensioned and installed with great care so that there are no field surprises at final fitup time. (Its not like every other carbon steel system....)

The Crane RESISTFLEX people are very helpful....

Just my opinion.....

MJC

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