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Grade Carbon Alloy A105 and Stainless Steel A182 316/316L and 304/304L

Forged Fittings are used for connecting valves, pipes, pumps, & other equipment’s in order to create a piping systems. There are main two types of forged fittings called socket-weld fittings and threaded fittings. Socket-weld fittings are connected to pipes by fillet welds whereas in threaded fittings the pipe is screwed onto the fittings. These fittings find their uses in a wide range of industries such as Chemical fertilizer industry, instrumentation, nuclear thermal industries, heat exchanger, oil gas industries, pharmacy surgical industries, water gas-piping systems, and refineries petrochemicals.


-3000#, 6000#and 9000# for Socket Weld Fittings.

-2000#, 3000#, and 6000# for Threaded Fittings.

ButtWelded Fittings

Grade Carbon Alloy A234 Gr. WPB and Stainless Steel A403 316/316L and 304/304L

A buttweld fitting is a weldable pipe fitting that allows for change ofdirection of flow, to branch off, reduce pipe size or attach auxiliary equipment. Steel buttweld fittings are manufactured in accordance with ANSI / ASME B16.9. Butt weld fittings are available as elbows, tees, caps, reducers and out lets (olets). These fittings are the most common type of welded pipe fittings and are specified by nominal pipe size and pipe schedule. Buttweld fittings use seamless or welded pipe as the starting material and are formed (through multiple processes) to get the shape of elbows, tees and reducers etc. Just as the pipe is sold from Schedule 10 to Schedule 160, butt weld pipe fittings are sold the same way. Welded butt weld fittings are more common in stainless steel due to cost advantage. Sch 10 fittings are also more common in stainless steel butt weld fittings. Common material for butt weld fittings are A234 WPB (A & C also available), High Yield Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel 304 and 316 and Nickel Alloys.