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WELDING REINFORCEMENT

WELDING REINFORCEMENT

WELDING REINFORCEMENT

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I  HAVE A  "ELBOWLET" TO INSTALL. THE ELBOW IS 6" SCH 80 SA234 WPB AND THE ELBOWLET OUTLET SIZE IS 2" SOCKET WELD. THE ELBOWLET IS RATED 6000# AND IS CONSTRUCTED OF SA105 MATERIAL.
THE ELBOWLET IS TO BE INSTALLED USING ASME SECTION B31.1 AND 31.3 REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERGRE. REINFORCED BRANCH CONNECTIONS.
DOES ANYONE HAVE A WELDING DETAIL FOR "ELBOWLETS WITH THE REQUIRED REINFORCEMENT SHOWN? THIS WOULD BE SOMEWHAT DIFFERENT FROM THE STANDARD SOCKOLETS SHOWN IN CODE BOOK AS THE CONFIGURATION IS DIFFERENT.
ANY HELP WITH THIS WILL BE APPRECIATED.    
    
    

RE: WELDING REINFORCEMENT

WHGRO
Show detail your referring to. Do you believe there is a
special weld profile needed ???

                                     Cosmic-Pigg

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