What are flange connections?
In the broadly understood industry, the flange is a part of the pipeline intended for the assembly of its individual parts, as well as for connecting devices to the pipeline. Due to the design of the collar, the following are distinguished:
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- Welded flat flange - the specificity of this type of flange connections is their assembly - the flange is “put on” the pipe and welded with two welds around the circumference of the pipe.
- Steel butt-welded flange - assembly of such a flange, unlike a flat welded flange, provides only one connecting weld. This implies that direct contact between the pipe end and the flange becomes necessary. This flange connection is very popular because it not only significantly simplifies the work, but also shortens the time of its execution.
- Steel collar loose on a weld ring - this type of flange connection is distinguished by its structure - it consists of two parts, i.e. a flange and a ring. In this case, it is necessary to adjust the diameter and pressure of the two components. The advantage of this type of flanges is the ease of installation - only the ring is welded to the pipe, and the flange itself remains free, which ensures easy adaptation to other devices. When assembling this type of flange connection, fittings and pipeline devices are often used in hard-to-reach places or when flange connections are frequently repaired (e.g. in the chemical industry).
The specifics of working with flange connections
The role of the assembler of flange connections is extremely important. It is his efforts and approach to the work that will determine the efficiency and length of operation of pipelines or tanks. The precision and accuracy of the installers' work translates into the reliability and tightness of connections. What else does the installer of flange connections have to pay attention to?
- dangers at work, e.g. explosion, fire,
- the threat of soil, water and air pollution,
- inaccuracies in work can result in economic losses
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