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can any one advise me the method to

can any one advise me the method to

can any one advise me the method to

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can any one advise me the method to make design calculation for a blind flange with NPT port ?

RE: can any one advise me the method to

prasenjith, it would help a lot if you would state your Code of Construction, if any. Piping? Vessel? US Code? Foreign Code? Custom blind? B16.5 blind?

ASME B16.5 permits blind flanges to have a centrally located tapped hole up to certain sizes, I believe. Otherwise you are likely falling under the Code of construction.

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Mike

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

RE: can any one advise me the method to

i think u should go for ug-39 in asme bpvc sec viii div.1 if u r using this code of design and construction

RE: can any one advise me the method to

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SnTman
It’s Api 6a blind flange with npt port in the centre

RE: can any one advise me the method to

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Taba94
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