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Flange Face and Valve Flange type

Flange Face and Valve Flange type

Flange Face and Valve Flange type

(OP)
Hi Guys,

I would like to ask some of Flanges expert in here regarding whta type of flanges is this?



And this is the valve that use this kind of flanges,also i dont know what type of flange this valve have:-


Hope someone can help

RE: Flange Face and Valve Flange type

Looks like some sort of a male and female flange.

See figure 6 of ASME B 16.5 or what ever flange code this is.

Looks like it hasn't been used for a while....

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RE: Flange Face and Valve Flange type

(OP)
i try to look it in google for female and male type of flanges but not one is match with this,currently our plant is using this king of flange connection for steam line and also for boiler feed water pump.

i will be glad if someone can give me the name of this flange type and also some dimension for references. im looking for flange for stop valve J41H DN40 PN100

RE: Flange Face and Valve Flange type

What is your flange code/type?

PN 100 isn't B16.5

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RE: Flange Face and Valve Flange type

Closest I can find, but it looks like the male side has an extra step that isn't in most of the flange sets.
DIN 2513 male and female. DIN 2692 are the gaskets.

The DN40 size would have a 75mm male boss, 76mm female socket.
https://www.weldflange.com/pdf/DIN2513-Flanges-mal...

RE: Flange Face and Valve Flange type

They look like Type E and type F (spigot and recess) to EN1092.

Scroll down this one a bit https://www.marcelpiping.com/en-1092-1-flanges/

Basically the same as the DIN flanges. Don't think that extra hub on the spigot makes any issue.

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