Class 150 - Baum Kunststoffe GmbH

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Class 150 - Baum Kunststoffe GmbH

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Lined pipes

Spacers

Elbows

Tees

Crosses

Instrument-Tees

Reducers

Valves

Blind flanges

Expansion joints

Nozzle liners and dip pipes

Hoses

Special parts

Accessories

TeChNiCAl SPeCiFiCATiONS


Innovation and quality. BAUM.

BAUM KUNSTSTOFFE GMBH, located in Birkenfeld (Germany), manufactures the complete

range of PTFE-lined piping components - according to both DIN and ANSI standards.

For more than 25 years we have operated a family-owned and run business which is independent

and enjoys flexibility resulting from quick decisions. With excellent products, global

references and several subsidiaries around the world, we are a strong and reliable partner.

What does BAUM offer to you?

First priority: QUALITY

We offer long-term safety and security to chemical manufacturers:

• certification according DIN EN ISO 9001 : 2008

• qualification according Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) 97/23/EC

• FDA-conformity of the lining

Urgent solutions to challenges: FLEXIBILITY

We react quickly to individual requirements:

• quick decisions and a motivated team

• state of the art technical production equipment , including internal metal fabrication

Individual piping systems: INDIVIDUALITY

For some issues in plant manufacturing there are no standard solutions. We thrive to offer

solutions to special or difficult applications. We are able to achieve this via:

• vertical integration of our production

• in-house construction

• independence from subcontractors.

The BAUM-Team


Your contacts at BAUM!

Frank Escher

Sales Director

Phone +49. 7082. 94 36 - 60

fescher@baumkunststoffe.com

Michael Schmauß

Sales South&East. Germany+Austria

Phone +49. 7082. 94 36 - 15

mschmauss@baumkunststoffe.com

Igor Petrov

Sales Eastern Europe

Phone +49. 7082. 94 36 - 19

ipetrov@baumkunststoffe.com

Peter Schardt

Service Center Waldernbach

Sales Germany and Service

Phone +49. 6479. 91 18 46

pschardt@baumkunststoffe.com

Jeff Farrell

BAUM AMERICA CORP.

Sales USA/Canada

Phone +1. 716. 694 1063

jfarrell@natechsales.com

Gary Morrison Jr.

BAUM AMERICA CORP.

Sales USA/Canada

Tel. +1. 713. 539. 4493

g2morrison@natechsales.com

Kerstin Lausch

Sales Western Europe

Phone +49. 7082. 94 36 - 16

klausch@baumkunststoffe.com

Lin Lin

Sales Asia

Phone +49. 7082. 94 36 - 61

llin@baumkunststoffe.com

Claudia Drews

Inside Sales

Phone +49. 7082. 94 36 - 63

cdrews@baumkunststoffe.com

Christian Schardt

Service Center Waldernbach

Sales Germany and Service

Phone +49. 6476. 4190234

cschardt@baumkunststoffe.com

Jian Xu

BAUM FlUORPlASTIC Co.ltd.

Sales China

Phone +86. 21. 57 21 97 98

jxu@baum-fluoroplastics.com

Gary Morrison

BAUM AMERICA CORP.

Sales USA/Canada

Phone +1. 304. 755-2571

gmorrison@natechsales.com


Lined pipes


Pipes (Class 150)

Our pipes are lined, totally strainless, with paste-extruded PTFE and fully

automatically tested. We produce pipes up to a length of 6 metres.


Lined Pipes (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

• PP (up to nominal pipe size NPS 10“, except NPS ½“ and

NPS ¾“)

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Flange design:

• fix-loose

• fix-fix

• loose-loose

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, flange

stopper, field flaring pipes, final painting.

NPS L (mm) d 1

d 4

K

x

max. min. (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)

thread

Pipe

(ca. kg/m)

a 1

a 2

no. of bolts

Weights

Pair of

flanges

(ca. kg)

½“ 6000 65 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 4 x ½“ UNC 1,2 1,5

¾“ 6000 75 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 4 x ½“ UNC 1,6 2,0

1“ 6000 75 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x ½“ UNC 2,5 2,5

1¼“ 6000 80 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 4 x ½“ UNC 3,4 3,6

1½“ 6000 80 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 4 x ½“ UNC 4,5 4,2

2“ 6000 90 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 4 x “ UNC 5,8 5,5

2½“ 6000 90 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 4 x “ UNC 7,1 7,2

3“ 6000 100 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 4 x “ UNC 11,0 9,3

4“ 6000 100 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x “ UNC 16,0 13,6

5“ 6000 100 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ UNC 22,0 17,2

6“ 6000 100 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 8 x ¾“ UNC 28,0 21,8

8“ 6000 120 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 8 x ¾“ UNC 43,0 38,4

10“ 4000 130 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 12 x “ UNC 60,0 47,2

12“ 3000 130 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 12 x “ UNC 74,0 72,6

14“ 3000 130 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 12 x 1“ UNC 81,0 100,0

16“ 3000 130 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 16 x 1“ UNC 93,0 128,0

18“ 3000 130 457,2 533,4 577,9 45,6 60,6 16 x 1“ UNC 104,0 145,0

20“ 3000 140 508,0 584,2 635,0 47,9 62,6 20 x 1“ UNC 123,0 177,0

NPS Standard

1“

1½“

2“

3“

4“

6“

8“

10“

12“

Lining thickness

(mm)

3

4

3

4

3

4

3

4

3

4,5

5

6

5

6

5

7,5

5

7,5

Possible vacuum

23° C 100° C 230° C

Vacuum resistance:

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with fixed flange (standard lining)

1

a = Length with loose flange (standard lining)

2

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

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ANSI-P-2010


Spacers


Spacers Form F (Class 150)

Flexible up to the last millimetre! For lengths up to 20 mm

we recommend spacers Form F made of solid PTFE.


Spacers Form F (Class 150)

Material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

• PP (up to nominal pipe size NPS 12”)

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Special features:

• with reinforcement ring

• filled PTFE

Spacers Form F are also available as inclined

spacers with various degrees.

NPS L (mm) d 1

min. max.

(mm)

d 2

(mm)

d 8

(mm)

Weight

(ca. kg/m)

½“ 10 --- 15 21,3 12 44 0,10

¾“ 10 15 20 26,7 15 54 0,10

1“ 10 15 20 33,4 20 63 0,20

1¼“ 10 15 20 42,2 29 73 0,25

1½“ 10 15 20 48,3 35 83 0,30

2“ 10 15 20 60,3 45 101 0,40

2½“ 10 15 20 73,0 57 122 0,50

3“ 10 15 20 88,9 70 133 0,60

4“ 10 15 20 114,3 93 170 0,75

5“ 10 15 20 141,3 119 194 1,10

6“ 10 15 20 168,3 144 219 1,40

8“ 10 15 20 219,1 191 273 2,00

10“ 10 15 20 273,0 239 324 3,20

12“ 10 15 20 323,8 290 405 4,00

14“ 10 15 25 355,6 326 445 4,50

16“ 10 15 25 406,4 372 510 5,20

18“ 10 15 25 457,2 428 545 6,10

20“ 10 15 25 508,0 480 600 7,20

NPS Possible vacuum

1“

1½“

2“

3“

4“

6“

8“

10“

12“

23°C 100°C 230°C

Vacuum resistance:

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Inner diameter

2

d = Outer diameter

8

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ANSI-SF-2010


Spacers Form G (Class 150)

For lengths from 20 – 60 mm we reinforce the spacers Form G

with a resilient metal core.


Spacers Form G (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

• PP (up to nominal pipe size NPS 12”)

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features:

• earthing studs

• final painting

Spacers Form G are also available as inclined

spacers with various degrees.

NPS L (mm) d1 (mm)

min. max.

d 2

(mm)

d 8

(mm)

Weight

(ca. kg/m)

½“ 15 60 21,3 12 44 0,9

¾“ 15 60 26,7 15 54 1,2

1“ 15 60 33,4 20 63 1,8

1¼“ 15 60 42,2 29 73 2,1

1½“ 15 60 48,3 35 83 2,6

2“ 15 60 60,3 45 101 3,7

2½“ 15 60 73,0 57 122 4,7

3“ 15 70 88,9 70 133 5,3

4“ 15 70 114,3 93 170 9,5

5“ 15 70 141,3 119 194 11,0

6“ 20 80 168,3 144 219 14,0

8“ 20 80 219,1 191 275 18,0

10“ 20 90 273,0 239 324 29,0

12“ 20 90 323,8 290 405 30,0

14“ 25 90 355,6 326 445 50,0

16“ 25 90 406,4 372 510 60,0

18“ 25 100 457,2 428 545 71,0

20“ 25 100 508,0 480 600 75,0

NPS Standard

1“

1½“

2“

3“

4“

6“

8“

10“

12“

Lining thickness

(mm)

3

4

3

4

3

4

3

4

3

4,5

5

6

5

6

5

7,5

5

7,5

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

Vacuum resistance:

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Inner diameter

2

d = Outer diameter

8

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

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ANSI-SG-2010


Spacers Form H (Class 150)

Spacers Form H with a length of more than 60 mm consist of a

pressure-resistant, but lightweight metal core with interior lining.


Spacers Form H (Class 150)

Lining materials:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

• PP (up to nominal pipe size NPS 12“)

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, flange

stopper, field flaring pipes, final painting.

NPS L (mm) d1 s d4 d8 Weights

min. max.

(mm) (mm)

Standard

(mm) (mm)

Pipe

(ca. kg/m)

Pair of

flanges

(ca. kg)

½“ 60 100 21,3 3 35,1 44 1,2 0,9

¾“ 60 100 26,7 3 42,9 54 1,6 1,2

1“ 60 100 33,4 3 50,8 63 2,5 1,8

1¼“ 60 100 42,2 3 63,5 73 3,6 2,1

1½“ 60 100 48,3 3 73,2 83 4,5 2,6

2“ 60 100 60,3 3 91,9 101 5,8 3,7

2½“ 60 100 73,0 3 104,6 122 7,2 4,7

3“ 70 125 88,9 3 127,0 133 10,0 5,3

4“ 70 125 114,3 3 157,2 170 14,0 9,5

5“ 70 150 141,3 4,5 185,7 194 18,5 11,0

6“ 80 150 168,3 5 215,9 219 23,5 14,0

8“ 80 200 219,1 5 269,7 273 39,0 18,0

10“ 90 200 273,0 5 323,9 324 55,5 29,0

12“ 90 200 323,8 5 381,0 405 74,0 30,0

14“ 90 250 355,6 5 412,8 445 85,0 50,0

16“ 90 250 406,4 5 469,9 510 102,0 60,0

18“ 100 250 457,2 5 533,4 545 130,0 71,0

20“ 100 250 508,0 5 584,2 600 155,0 113,0

NPS Standard

1“

1½“

2“

3“

4“

6“

8“

10“

12“

Lining thickness

(mm)

3

4

3

4

3

4

3

4

3

4,5

5

6

5

6

5

7,5

5

7,5

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

Vacuum resistance:

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

s = Lining thickness

d = Flaring diameter

4

d = Outer diameter

8

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ANSI-SH-2010


Inclined spacer (Class 150)

Flexible in every situation! The angled spacers can be delivered

in any angle, tapered on one side only or on both sides.


Inclined Spacer (Class 150)

Executions:

• Steel / PTFE (virgin or conductive)

• Solid PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Standard angle for inclined spacer: 3°

Other angles upon request.

NPS L

(mm)

Weight

(ca. kg/m)

1“ 15 1,8

1¼“ 15 2,1

1½“ 15 2,6

2“ 20 3,7

2½“ 20 4,7

3“ 20 6,3

4“ 25 9,5

NPS Standard

1“

1½“

2“

3“

4“

Lining thickness

(mm)

3

4

3

4

3

4

3

4

3

4,5

L = Total length

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

Vacuum resistance:

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

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ANSI-AS-2010


Elbows


Elbows 30° / 60° (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

• PP (for nomimal pipe sizes NPS 1“, NPS 1½“,

NPS 2“, NPS 3“, NPS 4“ and NPS 6“)

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Flange design:

• fix-loose

• fix-fix

• loose-loose

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs,

final painting.

NPS L (mm) d 1

30° 60°

(mm)

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

a 1

(mm)

a 2

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

½“ 45 45 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 4 x ½“ UNC

¾“ 45 45 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 4 x ½“ UNC

1“ 45 45 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x ½“ UNC

1¼“ 51 51 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 4 x ½“ UNC

1½“ 57 57 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 4 x ½“ UNC

2“ 64 64 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 4 x “ UNC

2½“ 76 76 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 4 x “ UNC

3“ 76 76 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 4 x “ UNC

4“ 102 102 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x “ UNC

5“ 114 114 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ UNC

6“ 127 127 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 8 x ¾“ UNC

8“ 140 140 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 8 x ¾“ UNC

10“ 165 165 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 12 x “ UNC

12“ 190 190 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 12 x “ UNC

14“ 190 190 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 12 x 1“ UNC

16“ 203 350 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 16 x 1“ UNC

18“ 240 440 457,2 533,4 577,9 45,6 60,6 16 x 1“ UNC

20“ 225 460 508,0 584,2 635,0 47,9 62,6 20 x 1“ UNC

NPS Standard

1“

1½“

Lining thickness

(mm)

3

4

3

4

3

2“

3“

4

4,5

4“ 4,5

6“ 6,5

8“ 7

10“ 7,5

12“ 7,5

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

Vacuum resistance:

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with fixed flange (standard lining)

1

a = Length with loose flange (standard lining)

2

Construction dimensions for Class 300 upon request.

The dimensions for elbows 30° and 60° are not defined

in the ASME B16.5, they have been calculated according

to ASME B16.5.

Please determine the desired length when contacting

our sales department.

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

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ANSI-E3060-2010


Elbows 45° / 90° (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

• PP (for nominal pipe sizes NPS 1“, NPS 1½“,

NPS 2“, NPS 3“, NPS 4“ and NPS 6“)

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Flange design:

• fix-loose

• fix-fix

• loose-loose

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, final painting.

NPS 45° 90° d1 d4 K a1 a2 no. of bolts Weights

L L Radius x

45° 90°

(mm) (mm)

(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) thread (ca. kg/

piece)

(ca. kg/

piece)

½“ --- --- --- 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 4 x ½“ UNC 1,7 1,5

¾“ --- --- --- 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 4 x ½“ UNC 2,0 2,1

1“ 45 89 LR 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x ½“ UNC 3,0 2,7

1¼“ 51 95 LR 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 4 x ½“ UNC 4,0 3,5

1½“ 57 102 LR 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 4 x ½“ UNC 6,0 4,0

2“ 64 114 LR 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 4 x “ UNC 6,5 6,4

2½“ 76 127 LR 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 4 x “ UNC 7,0 8,0

3“ 76 140 LR 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 4 x “ UNC 15,0 12,0

4“ 102 165 LR 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x “ UNC 20,0 19,0

5“ 114 191 LR 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ UNC 27,0 28,0

6“ 127 203 SR 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 8 x ¾“ UNC 33,0 36,0

8“ 140 229 SR 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 8 x ¾“ UNC 54,0 57,0

10“ 165 419 LR 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 12 x “ UNC 75,0 82,0

12“ 191 483 LR 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 12 x “ UNC 110,0 111,0

14“ 191 546 LR 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 12 x 1“ UNC 125,0 165,0

16“ 203 610 LR 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 16 x 1“ UNC 145,0 192,0

18“ 216 673 LR 457,2 533,4 577,9 45,6 60,6 16 x 1“ UNC 185,0 235,0

20“ 241 737 LR 508,0 584,2 635,0 47,9 62,6 20 x 1“ UNC 210,0 280,0

NPS Standard

1“

1½“

Lining thickness

(mm)

3

4

3

4

3

2“

3“

4

4,5

4“ 4,5

6“ 6,5

8“ 7

10“ 7,5

12“ 7,5

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

45°

Vacuum resistance:

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with fixed flange(standard lining)

1

a = Length with loose flange (standard lining)

2

SR = Short radius

LR = Song radius

The nominal pipe sizes ½“ and ¾“ are not defined in

the ASME B16.5.

Please determine the desired length when contacting

our sales department.

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next diameter nominal if your

diameter nominal is not listed.

For technical reasons,

some elbow sizes have to

be delivered as a two-part

component.

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ANSI-E4590-2010


Tees


Tees (Class 150)

The one-piece design with PFA assures a perfect fl ow in the base body and at the outlet.

The manufacturing of our PFA-Tees is done by injection moulding (Extruder). For tees with

nominal pipe sizes larger than NPS 4“, we rely on our approved paste liner. Both manufacturing

technologies assure a specially smooth and easy-to-clean surface.


Tees (Class 150)

Lining material:

• up to nominal pipe size NPS 4“ (one-piece): PFA (virgin or

1

conductive)

• from nominal pipe size NPS 5“ (two-piece): PTFE (virgin or

1

conductive)

• up to nominal pipe size NPS 4“ (two-piece): PP

1

PFA-lined tees are also available as Lateral-Tees.

Different lining thicknesses and flange designs on request.

Flange design:

• loose-loose-loose

• fix-loose-loose

• fix-fix-fix

NPS 1 NPS 2 L 1

(mm)

L 2

(mm)

d 1(1)

(mm)

d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

a 1(1)

(mm)

a 2(1)

(mm)

d 1(2)

(mm)

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

a 1(2)

(mm)

a 2(2)

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

(1) (2)

Wt.

(ca.

kg/piece)

½“ ½“ --- --- 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 2,5

¾“ ¾“

26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 3,2

--- --- 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7

¾“ ½“ 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 2,8

1“ 1“

33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 5,5

1“ ¾“ 89 89 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 3,9

1“ ½“ 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 3,7

1¼“ 1¼“

42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 6,0

1¼“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 5,0

95 95 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2

1¼“ ¾“ 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 4,6

1¼“ ½“ 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 4,2

1½“ 1½“

48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 9,5

1½“ 1¼“ 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 8,7

102 102 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5

1½“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 8,0

1½“ ¾“ 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 5,5

2“ 2“

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, flange stopper,

final painting.

60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 4 x “ 4 x “ 11,5

2“ 1½“ 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 10,5

114 114 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1

2“ 1¼“ 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 9,7

2“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 8,9

continued

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ANSI-T-2010


Tees (Class 150)

NPS 1 NPS 2 L 1

2½“ 2½“

(mm)

L 2

(mm)

d 1(1)

(mm)

d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

a 1(1)

(mm)

a 2(1)

(mm)

d 1(2)

(mm)

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

a 1(2)

(mm)

a 2(2)

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

(1) (2)

Wt.

(ca.

kg/

piece)

73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 4 x “ 4 x “ 13,0

2½“ 2“ 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 4 x “ 4 x “ 11,0

2½“ 1½“ 127 127 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 10,0

2½“ 1¼“ 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 9,5

2½“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 8,9

3“ 3“

88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 4 x “ 4 x “ 19,5

3“ 2½“ 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 4 x “ 4 x “ 18,3

3“ 2“ 140 140 88,9 127 152,4 27,9 42,9 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 4 x “ 4 x “ 17,5

3“ 1½“ 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 17,0

3“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 16,0

4“ 4“

114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x “ 8 x “ 24,0

4“ 3“ 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 8 x “ 4 x “ 23,1

4“ 2½“ 165 165 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 8 x “ 4 x “ 22,4

4“ 2“ 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 8 x “ 4 x “ 22,0

4“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 8 x “ 4 x ½“ 19,0

5“ 5“

141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 29,0

5“ 4“ 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ 8 x “ 28,0

190 190 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9

5“ 3“ 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 8 x ¾“ 4 x “ 27,0

5“ 2“ 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 8 x ¾“ 4 x “ 25,0

6“ 6“

168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 45,0

6“ 5“ 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 42,0

203 203 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4

6“ 4“ 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ 8 x “ 40,0

6“ 3“ 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 8 x ¾“ 4 x “ 39,0

8“ 8“

219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 68,0

8“ 6“ 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 64,0

229 229 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4

8“ 5“ 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 63,0

8“ 4“ 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ 8 x “ 61,0

10“ 10“ 280 280 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 12 x “ 12 x “ 100,0

10“ 8“

219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 97,0

10“ 6“ 279 279 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 94,0

10“ 5“ 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 89,0

12“ 12“

323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 12 x “ 12 x “ 150,0

12“ 10“ 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 12 x “ 12 x “ 145,0

305 305 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8

12“ 8“ 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 140,0

12“ 6“ 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 125,0

14“ 14“

355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 12 x 1“ 12 x 1“ 180,0

14“ 12“ 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 12 x 1“ 12 x “ 164,0

356 356 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0

14“ 10“ 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 12 x 1“ 12 x “ 150,0

14“ 8“ 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 12 x 1“ 8 x ¾“ 145,0

continued

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Tees (Class 150)

NPS 1 NPS 2 L 1

16“ 16“

NPS Standard

(mm)

Lining thickness

(mm)

1“ 3

1½“ 3

2“ 3

3“ 4

4“ 4

6“ 6

8“ 6

10“ 7

12“ 7

L 2

(mm)

d 1(1)

(mm)

d 4(1)

(mm)

possible vacuum

K (1)

(mm)

23°C 100°C 230°C

a 1(1)

(mm)

a 2(1)

(mm)

d 1(2)

(mm)

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

a 1(2)

(mm)

a 2(2)

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

(1) (2)

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with fixed flange (standard lining)

1

a = Length with loose flange (standard lining)

2

Wt.

(ca.

kg/

piece)

406,6 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 16 x 1“ 16 x 1“ 250,0

16“ 14“ 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 16 x 1“ 12 x 1“ 243,0

381 381 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6

16“ 12“ 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 16 x 1“ 12 x “ 237,0

16“ 10“ 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 16 x 1“ 12 x “ 230,0

18“ 18“

457,2 533,4 577,9 45,6 60,6 16 x 1“ 16 x 1“ 275,0

18“ 16“ 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 16 x 1“ 16 x 1“ 266,0

419 419 457,2 533,4 577,9 45,6 60,6

18“ 14“ 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 16 x 1“ 12 x 1“ 257,0

18“ 12“ 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 16 x 1“ 12 x “ 248,0

Vacuum resistance:

The nominal pipe sizes for NPS 1 ½“ and NPS 1 ¾“ are

not defined in the ASME B16.5.

Please determine the desired length when contacting

our sales department.

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

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Lateral Tees 45° (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

• PP

Different lining thicknesses and flange designs on request.

Flange design:

• loose-loose-loose

• fix-loose-loose

• fix-fix-fix

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, flange stopper,

final painting.

NPS 1 NPS 2 L 1

(mm)

L 2

(mm)

L 3

(mm)

d 1(1)

(mm)

d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

a 1(1)

(mm)

a 2(1)

(mm)

d 1(2)

(mm)

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

a 1(2)

(mm)

a 2(2)

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

(1) (2)

1“ 1“ 44,4 146,8 146,8 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 5,2

1½“

1½“

1½“

1“

50,9 177,8 177,8 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5

48,3

33,4

73,2

50,8

98,6

79,2

20,5

20,5

32,5

29,2

4 x ½“

4 x ½“

4 x ½“

4 x ½“

8,1

6,1

2“ 2“

60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 4 x “ 4 x “ 11,4

2“ 1½“ 63,5 203,2 203,2 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 48,3 73,2 98,6 22,1 32,5 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 9,8

2“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 22,1 29,2 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 8,8

3“ 3“

88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 4 x “ 4 x “ 20,8

3“ 2“ 76,2 254,0 254,0 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 60,3 91,9 120,7 27,9 37,1 4 x “ 4 x “ 17,4

3“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 27,9 29,2 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 14,9

4“ 4“

114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x “ 8 x “ 34,2

4“

4“

3“

2“

76,2 304,8 304,8 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9

88,9

60,3

127,0

91,9

152,4

120,7

28,9

28,9

42,9

37,1

8 x “

8 x “

4 x “

4 x “

29,8

26,1

4“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 28,9 29,2 8 x “ 4 x ½“ 23,4

NPS Standard

Lining thickness

(mm)

1“ 3

1½“ 3

2“ 3

3“ 4

4“ 4

6“ 6

8“ 6

10“ 7

12“ 7

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

Vacuum resistance:

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with fixed flange (standard lining)

1

a = Length with loose flange (standard lining)

2

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

Wt.

(ca. kg /

piece)

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Crosses


Crosses (Class 150)

Lining material:

• up to nominal pipe size NPS 4“ (one-piece): PFA (virgin or

1

conductive)

• from nominal pipe size NPS 5“ (two-piece): PTFE (virgin or

1

conductive)

• up to nominal pipe size NPS 12“ (two-piece): PP

1

Lining thicknesses different from standard on request.

Flange design:

• fix-loose-fix-loose

• fix-fix-fix-fix

• loose-loose-loose-loose

NPS 1 NPS 2 L 1

(mm)

L 2

(mm)

d 1(1)

(mm)

d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

a 1(1)

(mm)

a 2(1)

(mm)

d 1(2)

(mm)

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

a 1(2)

(mm)

a 2(2)

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

(1) (2)

Wt.

(ca.

kg/

piece)

½“ ½“ --- --- 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 4,0

¾“ ¾“

26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 3,5

--- --- 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7

¾“ ½“ 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 3,2

1“ 1“

33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 5,5

1“ ¾“ 89 89 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 5,0

1“ ½“ 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 4,8

1¼“ 1¼“

42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 7,7

1¼“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 6,5

95 95 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2

1¼“ ¾“ 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 6,3

1¼“ ½“ 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 5,5

1½“ 1½“

48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 8,7

1½“ 1¼“ 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 8,4

102 102 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5

1½“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 7,8

1½“ ¾“ 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 7,0

2“ 2“

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, flange stopper,

final painting.

60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 4 x “ 4 x “ 14,0

2“ 1½“ 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 13,0

114 114 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1

2“ 1¼“ 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 12,5

2“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 11,5

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Crosses (Class 150)

NPS 1 NPS 2 L 1

2½“ 2½“

(mm)

L 2

(mm)

d 1(1)

(mm)

d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

a 1(1)

(mm)

a 2(1)

(mm)

d 1(2)

(mm)

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

a 1(2)

(mm)

a 2(2)

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

(1) (2)

Wt.

(ca.

kg/

piece)

73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 4 x “ 4 x “ 20,6

2½“ 2“ 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 4 x “ 4 x “ 17,5

2½“ 1½“ 127 127 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 15,5

2½“ 1¼“ 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 15,3

2½“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 13,8

3“ 3“

88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 4 x “ 4 x “ 24,8

3“ 2½“ 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 4 x “ 4 x “ 22,9

3“ 2“ 140 140 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 4 x “ 4 x “ 19,5

3“ 1½“ 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 17,2

3“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,5 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 15,5

4“ 4“

114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x “ 8 x “ 39,1

4“ 3“ 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 8 x “ 4 x “ 32,0

4“ 2½“ 165 165 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 8 x “ 4 x “ 31,5

4“ 2“ 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 8 x “ 4 x “ 30,0

4“ 1“ 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 8 x “ 4 x ½“ 25,0

5“ 5“

141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 68,8

5“ 4“ 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ 8 x “ 61,8

190 190 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9

5“ 3“ 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 8 x ¾“ 4 x “ 48,7

5“ 2½“ 73,0 104,6 139,6 25,4 40,4 8 x ¾“ 4 x “ 45,5

6“ 6“

168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 79,5

6“ 5“ 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 71,8

203 203 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4

6“ 4“ 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ 8 x “ 66,0

6“ 3“ 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 8 x ¾“ 4 x “ 57,3

8“ 8“

219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 99,0

8“ 6“ 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 94,0

229 229 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4

8“ 5“ 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 91,0

8“ 4“ 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ 8 x “ 84,2

10“ 10“

273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 12 x “ 12 x “ 160,0

10“ 8“ 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 130,0

279 279 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7

10“ 6“ 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 125,0

10“ 5“ 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 123,2

12“ 12“

323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 12 x “ 12 x “ 280,0

12“ 10“ 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 12 x “ 12 x “ 273,0

305 305 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8

12“ 8“ 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 213,0

12“ 6“ 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 185,0

14“ 14“

355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 12 x 1“ 12 x 1“ 380,0

14“ 12“ 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 12 x 1“ 12 x “ 375,0

356 356 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0

14“ 10“ 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 12 x 1“ 12 x “ 312,0

14“ 8“ 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 12 x 1“ 8 x ¾“ 360,0

continued

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Crosses (Class 150)

NPS 1 NPS 2 L 1

16“ 16“

(mm)

L 2

(mm)

d 1(1)

(mm)

d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

a 1(1)

(mm)

a 2(1)

(mm)

d 1(2)

(mm)

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

a 1(2)

(mm)

a 2(2)

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

(1) (2)

Wt.

(ca.

kg/

piece)

406,6 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 16 x 1“ 16 x 1“ 480,0

16“ 14“ 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 16 x 1“ 12 x 1“ 468,0

381 381 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 56,6

16“ 12“ 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 16 x 1“ 12 x “ 461,0

16“ 10“ 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 16 x 1“ 12 x “ 453,0

18“ 18“

457,2 533,4 577,9 45,6 60,6 16 x 1“ 16 x 1“ 525,0

18“ 16“ 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 16 x 1“ 16 x 1“ 520,0

419 419 457,2 533,4 577,9 45,6 60,6

18“ 14“ 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 16 x 1“ 12 x 1“ 518,0

18“ 12“ 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 16 x 1“ 12 x “ 515,0

NPS Standard

Lining thickness

(mm)

1“ 3

1½“ 3

2“ 3

3“ 4

4“ 4

6“ 6

8“ 6

10“ 7

12“ 7

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with fixed flange (standard lining)

1

a = Length with loose flange (standard lining)

2

The nominal pipe sizes for NPS ½“ and NPS ¾“ are not defined

1 1

in the ASME B16.5.

Please determine the desired length when contacting our sales

department.

Vacuum resistance:

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

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Instrument-Tees


Instrument-Tees (Class 150)

Lining material:

• all nominal pipe sizes: PFA (virgin or conductive)

• up to diameter nominal NPS 10“: PP

1

• from diameter nominal NPS 12“: ETFE (unit sizes on request)

1

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, final painting.

NPS 1 NPS 2 L

(mm)

H

(mm)

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

a 1

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

Weight

(ca. kg/piece)

1“ ½“

35,1 60,5 14,2 4 x ½“ UNC 1,9

1“ ¾“ 50 90 42,9 69,9 15,7 4 x ½“ UNC 2,0

1“ 1“ 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 2,2

1¼“ ½“

35,1 60,5 14,2 4 x ½“ UNC 2,6

1¼“ ¾“ 50 100 42,9 69,9 15,7 4 x ½“ UNC 2,8

1¼“ 1“ 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 3,0

1½“ ½“

35,1 60,5 14,2 4 x ½“ UNC 2,4

1½“ ¾“ 50 110 42,9 69,9 15,7 4 x ½“ UNC 2,6

1½“ 1“ 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 2,8

1½“ 1½“ 75 110 73,2 98,6 20,5 4 x ½“ UNC 4,4

2“ ½“

35,1 60,5 14,2 4 x ½“ UNC 3,2

2“ ¾“ 50 115 42,9 69,9 15,7 4 x ½“ UNC 3,4

2“ 1“ 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 3,6

2“ 1½“ 75 115 73,2 98,6 20,5 4 x ½“ UNC 6,2

2“ 2“ 90 115 91,9 120,7 22,1 4 x “ UNC 8,1

2½“ ½“

35,1 60,5 14,2 4 x ½“ UNC 4,5

2½“ ¾“ 50 125 42,9 69,9 15,7 4 x ½“ UNC 4,9

2½“ 1“ 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 5,4

2½“ 1½“ 75 125 73,2 98,6 20,5 4 x ½“ UNC 6,3

2½“ 2“ 90 125 91,9 120,7 22,1 4 x “ UNC 7,0

3“ ½“

35,1 60,5 14,2 4 x ½“ UNC 4,3

3“ ¾“ 50 135 42,9 69,9 15,7 4 x ½“ UNC 4,5

3“ 1“ 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 4,7

3“ 1½“ 75 135 73,2 98,6 20,5 4 x ½“ UNC 8,3

3“ 2“ 90 135 91,9 120,7 22,1 4 x “ UNC 12,6

4“ ½“

35,1 60,5 14,2 4 x ½“ UNC 5,5

4“ ¾“ 50 150 42,9 69,9 15,7 4 x ½“ UNC 5,7

4“ 1“ 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 5,9

4“ 1½“ 75 150 73,2 98,6 20,5 4 x ½“ UNC 8,9

4“ 2“ 90 150 91,9 120,7 22,1 4 x “ UNC 16,0

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Instrument-Tees (Class 150)

NPS 1 NPS 2 L

(mm)

H

(mm)

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

a 1

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

Weight

(ca. kg/piece)

5“ ½“

35,1 60,5 14,2

thread

4 x ½“ UNC 7,0

5“ ¾“ 50 160 42,9 69,9 15,7 4 x ½“ UNC 7,4

5“ 1“ 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 7,9

5“ 1½“ 75 160 73,2 98,6 20,5 4 x ½“ UNC 13,0

5“ 2“ 90 160 91,9 120,7 22,1 4 x “ UNC 21,0

6“ ½“

35,1 60,5 14,2 4 x ½“ UNC 8,0

6“ ¾“ 50 180 42,9 69,9 15,7 4 x ½“ UNC 8,3

6“ 1“ 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 8,8

6“ 1½“ 75 180 73,2 98,6 20,5 4 x ½“ UNC 15,0

6“ 2“ 90 180 91,9 120,7 22,1 4 x “ UNC 21,8

8“ ½“

35,1 60,5 14,2 4 x ½“ UNC 10,0

8“ ¾“ 50 210 42,9 69,9 15,7 4 x ½“ UNC 10,3

8“ 1“ 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 10,5

8“ 1½“ 75 210 73,2 98,6 20,5 4 x ½“ UNC 17,8

8“ 2“ 90 210 91,9 120,7 22,1 4 x “ UNC 23,4

10“ 1“ 50 240 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 13,7

10“ 1½“ 75 240 73,2 98,6 20,5 4 x ½“ UNC 23,2

10“ 2“ 90 240 91,9 120,7 22,1 4 x “ UNC 25,9

12“ 1“ 50 300 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 27,8

12“ 1½“ 75 300 73,2 98,6 20,5 4 x ½“ UNC 30,1

12“ 2“ 90 300 91,9 120,7 22,1 4 x “ UNC 34,0

L = Total length

H = Overall height

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with fixed flange (standard lining)

1

NPS Standard

Lining thickness

(mm)

1“ 3

1½“ 3

2“ 3

3“ 4

4“ 4

6“ 6

8“ 6

10“ 7

12“ 7

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

Vacuum resistance:

The dimensions of Instrument-Tees are not defined in

the ASME B16.5.

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

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Reducers


Reducing-Flanges (Class 150)

Lining material (see table):

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

• PFA (virgin or conductive)

• PP

Different lining thicknesses and flange designs on request.

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, final painting.

Excentric reducing-flanges — Form E2 and E3 — on request.

NPS 1 NPS 2 L

(mm)

Form d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

d 4(2)

(mm)

Form K1

concentric,

NPS 1 : through holes

NPS 2 : threaded holes

Form K2

concentric,

NPS 1 : threaded holes

NPS 2 : threaded holes

Form K3

concentric,

NPS 1 : threaded holes

NPS 2 : threaded holes on centre line

K (2)

(mm)

Lining

materials

no. of bolts

x

thread

Weight

(ca. kg/

piece)

¾“ ½“ 35 K3 42,9 69,9 35,1 60,5 PTFE / PP 4 x ½“ UNC 1,8

1“ ½“ 35 K3 50,8 79,2 35,1 60,5 PTFE / PP 4 x ½“ UNC 2,4

1“ ¾“ 35 K3 50,8 79,2 42,9 69,9 PTFE / PP 4 x ½“ UNC 2,9

1¼“ ¾“ 35 K3 63,5 88,9 42,9 69,9 PTFE / PP 4 x ½“ UNC 2,8

1¼“ 1“ 35 K3 63,5 88,9 50,8 79,2 PTFE / PP 4 x ½“ UNC 3,3

1½“ ¾“ 35 K2 73,2 98,6 42,9 69,9 PTFE / PP 4 x ½“ UNC 4,8

1½“ 1“ 35 K3 73,2 98,6 50,8 79,2 PTFE / PP 4 x ½“ UNC 4,4

1½“ 1¼“ 35 K3 73,2 98,6 63,5 88,9 PTFE / PP 4 x ½“ UNC 4,0

2“ ¾“ 35 K2 91,9 120,7 42,9 69,9 PFA / PP 4 x “ UNC 5,9

2“ 1“ 35 K2 91,9 120,7 50,8 79,2 PTFE / PP 4 x “ UNC 5,6

2“ 1¼“ 35 K3 91,9 120,7 63,5 88,9 PTFE / PP 4 x “ UNC 5,2

2“ 1½“ 35 K3 91,9 120,7 73,2 98,6 PTFE / PP 4 x “ UNC 4,9

2½“ ¾“ 35 K2 104,6 139,7 42,9 69,9 PFA / PP 4 x “ UNC 6,7

2½“ 1“ 35 K2 104,6 139,7 50,8 79,2 PFA / PP 4 x “ UNC 6,3

2½“ 1¼“ 35 K2 104,6 139,7 63,5 88,9 PFA / PP 4 x “ UNC 5,8

2½“ 1½“ 35 K3 104,6 139,7 73,2 98,6 PTFE / PP 4 x “ UNC 5,3

2½“ 2“ 35 K3 104,6 139,7 91,9 120,7 PTFE / PP 4 x “ UNC 4,8

3“ 1“ 35 K1 127,0 152,4 50,8 79,2 PFA / PP 4 x “ UNC 6,9

3“ 1¼“ 35 K2 127,0 152,4 63,5 88,9 PFA / PP 4 x “ UNC 6,6

3“ 1½“ 35 K2 127,0 152,4 73,2 98,6 PFA / PP 4 x “ UNC 6,3

3“ 2“ 35 K2 127,0 152,4 91,9 120,7 PTFE / PP 4 x “ UNC 5,9

3“ 2½“ 35 K2 127,0 152,4 104,6 139,7 PTFE / PP 4 x “ UNC 5,5

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Reducing-Flanges (Class 150)

NPS 1 NPS 2 L

(mm)

Form d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

Lining

materials

no. of bolts

4“ 1“ 45 K1 157,2 190,5 50,8 79,2 PFA / PP

thread

8 x “ UNC 11,9

4“ 1¼“ 45 K1 157,2 190,5 63,5 88,9 PFA / PP 8 x “ UNC 11,4

4“ 1½“ 45 K1 157,2 190,5 73,2 98,6 PFA / PP 8 x “ UNC 11,1

4“ 2“ 45 K2 157,2 190,5 91,9 120,7 PTFE / PP 8 x “ UNC 10,9

4“ 2½“ 45 K2 157,2 190,5 104,6 139,7 PTFE / PP 8 x “ UNC 10,4

4“ 3“ 45 K3 157,2 190,5 127,0 152,4 PTFE / PP 8 x “ UNC 9,8

5“ 1“ 45 K1 185,7 215,9 50,8 79,2 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 15,2

5“ 1¼“ 45 K1 185,7 215,9 63,5 88,9 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 14,5

5“ 1½“ 45 K1 185,7 215,9 73,2 98,6 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 14,0

5“ 2“ 45 K1 185,7 215,9 91,9 120,7 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 13,4

5“ 2½“ 45 K2 185,7 215,9 104,6 139,7 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 12,9

5“ 3“ 45 K2 185,7 215,9 127,0 152,4 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 12,2

5“ 4“ 45 K3 185,7 215,9 157,2 190,5 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 11,6

6“ 1“ 45 K1 215,9 241,3 50,8 79,2 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 19,5

6“ 1¼“ 45 K1 215,9 241,3 63,5 88,9 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 18,7

6“ 1½“ 45 K1 215,9 241,3 73,2 98,6 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 18,0

6“ 2“ 45 K1 215,9 241,3 91,9 120,7 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 17,3

6“ 2½“ 45 K1 215,9 241,3 104,6 139,7 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 16,8

6“ 3“ 45 K1 215,9 241,3 127,0 152,4 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 16,0

6“ 4“ 45 K2 215,9 241,3 157,2 190,5 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 15,0

6“ 5“ 45 K3 215,9 241,3 185,7 215,9 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 14,0

8“ 2“ 45 K1 269,7 298,5 91,9 120,7 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 26,0

8“ 2½“ 45 K1 269,7 298,5 104,6 139,7 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 25,3

8“ 3“ 45 K1 269,7 298,5 127,0 152,4 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 24,9

8“ 4“ 45 K1 269,7 298,5 157,2 190,5 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 23,0

8“ 5“ 45 K1 269,7 298,5 185,7 215,9 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 21,4

8“ 6“ 45 K2 269,7 298,5 215,9 241,3 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ UNC 20,8

10“ 2½“ 45 K1 323,9 362,0 104,6 139,7 PFA / PP 12 x “ UNC 36,0

10“ 3“ 45 K1 323,9 362,0 127,0 152,4 PFA / PP 12 x “ UNC 35,0

10“ 4“ 45 K1 323,9 362,0 157,2 190,5 PFA / PP 12 x “ UNC 34,0

10“ 5“ 45 K1 323,9 362,0 185,7 215,9 PTFE / PP 12 x “ UNC 32,0

10“ 6“ 45 K1 323,9 362,0 215,9 241,3 PTFE / PP 12 x “ UNC 30,0

10“ 8“ 45 K2 323,9 362,0 250,8 298,5 PTFE / PP 12 x “ UNC 28,0

12“ 3“ 50 K1 381,0 431,8 127,0 152,4 PTFE / PP 12 x “ UNC 57,0

12“ 4“ 50 K1 381,0 431,8 157,2 190,5 PTFE / PP 12 x “ UNC 55,0

12“ 5“ 50 K1 381,0 431,8 185,7 215,9 PTFE / PP 12 x “ UNC 53,0

12“ 6“ 50 K1 381,0 431,8 215,9 241,3 PTFE / PP 12 x “ UNC 50,0

12“ 8“ 50 K1 381,0 431,8 250,8 298,5 PTFE / PP 12 x “ UNC 45,0

12“ 10“ 50 K2 381,0 431,8 323,9 362,0 PTFE / PP 12 x “ UNC 40,0

14“ 4“ 50 K1 412,8 476,3 157,2 190,5 PTFE 12 x 1“ UNC 69,0

14“ 5“ 50 K1 412,8 476,3 185,7 215,9 PTFE 12 x 1“ UNC 66,0

14“ 6“ 50 K1 412,8 476,3 215,9 241,3 PTFE 12 x 1“ UNC 61,0

14“ 8“ 50 K1 412,8 476,3 250,8 298,5 PTFE 12 x 1“ UNC 58,0

14“ 10“ 50 K1 412,8 476,3 323,9 362,0 PTFE 12 x 1“ UNC 51,0

14“ 12“ 50 K2 412,8 476,3 431,8 431,8 PTFE 12 x 1“ UNC 49,0

x

Weight

(ca. kg/pc.)

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Reducing-Flanges (Class 150)

NPS 1 NPS 2 L

(mm)

Form d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

Lining

material

no. of bolts

16“ 5“ 50 K1 469,9 539,8 185,7 215,9 PTFE

thread

16 x 1“ UNC 84,0

16“ 6“ 50 K1 469,9 539,8 215,9 241,3 PTFE 16 x 1“ UNC 81,0

16“ 8“ 50 K1 469,9 539,8 269,7 298,5 PTFE 16 x 1“ UNC 76,0

16“ 10“ 50 K1 469,9 539,8 323,9 362,0 PTFE 16 x 1“ UNC 68,0

16“ 12“ 50 K1 469,9 539,8 381,0 431,8 PTFE 16 x 1“ UNC 65,0

16“ 14“ 50 K2 469,9 539,8 412,8 476,3 PTFE 16 x 1“ UNC 63,0

20“ 6“ 50 K1 584,2 635,0 215,9 241,3 PTFE 20 x 1“ UNC 120,0

20“ 8“ 50 K1 584,2 635,0 269,7 298,5 PTFE 20 x 1“ UNC 110,0

20“ 10“ 50 K1 584,2 635,0 323,9 362,0 PTFE 20 x 1“ UNC 100,0

20“ 12“ 50 K1 584,2 635,0 381,0 431,8 PTFE 20 x 1“ UNC 94,0

20“ 14“ 50 K1 584,2 635,0 412,8 476,3 PTFE 20 x 1“ UNC 89,0

20“ 16“ 50 K1 584,2 635,0 469,9 539,8 PTFE 20 x 1“ UNC 84,0

NPS Standard

Lining thickness

(mm)

1“ 3

1½“ 3

2“ 3

3“ 4

4“ 4

6“ 6

8“ 6

10“ 7

12“ 7

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

L = Total length

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

x

Weight

(ca. kg/pc.)

The nominal pipe sizes for NPS 1 ½“ and NPS 1 ¾“ are not

defined in the ASME B16.5.

Please determine the desired length when contacting

our sales department.

Vacuum resistance:

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

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Reducers concentric (Class 150)

Lining materials (see table):

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

• PFA (virgin or conductive)

• PP

Different lining thicknesses and flange designs on request.

Flange design:

• fix-fix

• fix-loose

• loose-loose

NPS 1 NPS 2 L

(mm)

d 1(1)

(mm)

d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

a 1(1)

(mm)

a 2(1)

(mm)

d 1(2)

(mm)

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, final painting.

All NPS combinations printed in bold are manufactured

in two parts.

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

a 1(2)

(mm)

a 2(2)

(mm)

Lining

material

no. of bolts

x

thread

(1) (2)

¾“ ½“ 114 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 PTFE / PP 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 2,1

1“ ½“ 114 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 PTFE / PP 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 2,4

1¼“

1¼“

1“

¾“

114

42,2

42,2

63,5

63,5

88,9

88,9

18,7

18,7

30,2

30,2

33,4

26,7

50,8

42,9

79,2

69,9

17,2

15,7

29,2

27,7

PTFE / PP

PTFE / PP

4 x ½“

4 x ½“

4 x ½“

4 x ½“

3,3

2,9

1½“ 1¼“ 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 PTFE / PP 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 4,0

1½“ 1“ 114 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 PFA / PP 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 3,3

1½“ ¾“ 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 PFA / PP 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 3,1

2“ 1½“ 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 PTFE / PP 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 5,0

2“ 1¼“ 127 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 PTFE / PP 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 4,5

2“ 1“ 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 PFA / PP 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 4,1

2½“ 2“ 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 PTFE / PP 4 x “ 4 x “ 7,1

2½“ 1½“ 140 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 PTFE / PP 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 6,3

2½“ 1¼“ 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 PFA / PP 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 5,9

3“ 2½“ 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 PTFE / PP 4 x “ 4 x “ 8,1

3“

3“

2“

1½“

152

88,9

88,9

127,0

127,0

152,4

152,4

27,9

27,9

42,9

42,9

60,3

48,3

91,9

73,2

120,7

98,6

22,1

20,5

37,1

32,5

PTFE / PP

PFA / PP

4 x “

4 x “

4 x “

4 x ½“

7,6

6,9

3“ 1“ 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 33,4 50,8 88,9 17,2 29,2 PFA / PP 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 6,2

4“ 3“ 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 PTFE / PP 8 x “ 4 x “ 11,0

4“ 2½“ 178 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 PTFE / PP 8 x “ 4 x “ 10,5

4“ 2“ 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 PFA / PP 8 x “ 4 x “ 9,9

5“ 4“ 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ 8 x “ 14,0

5“ 3“ 203 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ 4 x “ 13,0

5“ 2½“ 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 PFA / PP 8 x ¾“ 4 x “ 12,0

Wt.

(ca.

kg /

pc.)

continued

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Reducers concentric (Class 150)

NPS 1 NPS 2 L

(mm)

d 1(1)

(mm)

d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

a 1(1)

(mm)

a 2(1)

(mm)

d 1(2)

(mm)

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

a 1(2)

(mm)

a 2(2)

(mm)

Lining

material

no. of bolts

x

thread

(1) (2)

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with fixed flange (standard lining)

1

a = Length with loose flange (standard lining)

2

Wt.

(ca.

kg /pc.)

6“ 5“ 229 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 20,0

6“ 4“ 229 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ 8 x “ 18,0

6“ 3“ 229 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ 4 x “ 17,0

8“ 6“ 279 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 26,0

8“ 5“ 279 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 24,0

8“ 4“ 279 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 PTFE / PP 8 x ¾“ 8 x “ 22,0

10“ 8“ 305 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 PTFE / PP 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 40,0

10“ 6“ 305 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 PTFE / PP 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 35,0

10“ 5“ 305 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 PTFE / PP 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 33,0

12“ 10“ 356 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 PTFE / PP 12 x “ 12 x “ 53,0

12“ 8“ 356 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 PTFE / PP 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 48,0

12“ 6“ 356 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 PTFE / PP 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 45,0

14“ 12“ 405 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 PTFE 12 x 1“ 12 x “ 80,0

14“ 10“ 406 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 PTFE 12 x 1“ 12 x “ 74,0

14“ 8“ 406 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 PTFE 12 x 1“ 8 x ¾“ 70,0

16“ 14“ 457 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 PTFE 16 x 1“ 12 x 1“ 115,0

16“ 12“ 457 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 PTFE 16 x 1“ 12 x “ 105,0

16“ 10“ 457 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 PTFE 16 x 1“ 12 x “ 99,0

20“ 16“ 508 508,0 584,2 635,0 47,9 62,6 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 PTFE 20 x 1 “ 16 x 1“ 185,0

20“ 14“ 508 508,0 584,2 635,0 47,9 62,6 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 PTFE 20 x 1 “ 12 x 1“ 175,0

20“ 12“ 508 508,0 584,2 635,0 47,9 62,6 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 PTFE 20 x 1 “ 12 x “ 165,0

NPS Standard

Lining thickness

(mm)

1“ 3

1½“ 3

2“ 3

3“ 4

4“ 4

6“ 6

8“ 6

10“ 7

12“ 7

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

Vacuum resistance:

The nominal pipe sizes for NPS ½“ and NPS ¾“ are not

defined in the ASME B16.5.

Please determine the desired length when contacting

our sales department.

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

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Reducers excentric (Class 150)

Lining material (see table):

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

• PFA (virgin or conductive)

• PP

Different lining thicknesses and flange designs on request.

Flange design:

• fix-fix

• fix-loose

• loose-loose

NPS 1 NPS 2 L

(mm)

d 1(1)

(mm)

d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

a 1(1)

(mm)

a 2(1)

(mm)

d 1(2)

(mm)

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, final painting.

All NPS combinations printed in bold are manufactured in two

parts.

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

a 1(2)

(mm)

a 2(2)

(mm)

Lining

material

no. of bolts

x

thread

(1) (2)

Wt.

(ca.

kg / pc.)

¾“ ½“ 114 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 PTFE/PP 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 2,1

1“ ½“ 114 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 21,3 35,1 60,5 14,2 24,2 PTFE/PP 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 2,4

1¼“

1¼“

1“

¾“

114

42,2

42,2

63,5

63,5

88,9

88,9

18,7

18,7

30,2

30,2

33,4

26,7

50,8

42,9

79,2

69,9

17,2

15,7

29,2

27,7

PTFE/PP

PTFE/PP

4 x ½“

4 x ½“

4 x ½“

4 x ½“

3,3

2,9

1½“ 1¼“ 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 PTFE/PP 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 4,0

1½“ 1“ 114 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 PTFE/PP 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 3,3

1½“ ¾“ 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 26,7 42,9 69,9 15,7 27,7 PFA/PP 4 x ½“ 4 x ½“ 3,1

2“ 1½“ 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 PTFE/PP 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 5,0

2“ 1¼“ 127 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 PTFE/PP 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 4,5

2“ 1“ 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 PFA/PP 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 4,1

2½“ 2“ 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 PTFE/PP 4 x “ 4 x “ 7,1

2½“ 1½“ 140 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 PTFE/PP 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 6,3

2½“ 1¼“ 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 PFA/PP 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 5,9

3“ 2½“ 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 PTFE/PP 4 x “ 4 x “ 8,1

3“

3“

2“

1½“

152

88,9

88,9

127,0

127,0

152,4

152,4

27,9

27,9

42,9

42,9

60,3

48,3

91,9

73,2

120,7

98,6

22,1

20,5

37,1

32,5

PTFE/PP

PTFE/PP

4 x “

4 x “

4 x “

4 x ½“

7,6

6,9

3“ 1“ 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 PFA/PP 4 x “ 4 x ½“ 6,2

4“ 3“ 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 PTFE/PP 8 x “ 4 x “ 11,0

4“ 2½“ 178 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 PTFE/PP 8 x “ 4 x “ 10,5

4“ 2“ 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 PTFE/PP 8 x “ 4 x “ 9,9

5“ 4“ 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 PTFE/PP 8 x ¾“ 8 x “ 14,0

5“ 3“ 203 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 PTFE/PP 8 x ¾“ 4 x “ 13,0

5“ 2½“ 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 PTFE/PP 8 x ¾“ 4 x “ 12,0

continued

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Reducers excentric (Class 150)

NPS 1 NPS 2 L

(mm)

d 1(1)

(mm)

d 4(1)

(mm)

K (1)

(mm)

a 1(1)

(mm)

a 2(1)

(mm)

d 1(2)

(mm)

d 4(2)

(mm)

K (2)

(mm)

a 1(2)

(mm)

a 2(2)

(mm)

Lining

material

no. of bolts

x

thread

(1) (2)

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with fixed flange (standard lining)

1

a = Length with loose flange (standard lining)

2

Wt.

(ca.

kg / pc.)

6“ 5“ 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 PTFE/PP 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 20,0

6“ 4“ 229 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 PTFE/PP 8 x ¾“ 8 x “ 18,0

6“ 3“ 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 PTFE/PP 8 x ¾“ 4 x “ 17,0

8“ 6“ 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 PTFE/PP 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 26,0

8“ 5“ 279 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,3 48,4 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 PTFE /PP 8 x ¾“ 8 x ¾“ 24,0

8“ 4“ 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 PTFE /PP 8 x ¾“ 8 x “ 22,0

10“ 8“ 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 PTFE/PP 12 x “ 8 x ¾“ 40,0

10“ 6“ 305 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 PTFE /PP 12x“ 8 x ¾“ 35,0

10“ 5“ 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 PTFE /PP 12x“ 8 x ¾“ 33,0

12“ 10“ 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 PTFE/PP 12 x “ 12 x “ 53,0

12“ 8“ 356 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 PTFE /PP 12x“ 8 x ¾“ 48,0

12“ 6“ 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,4 PTFE /PP 12x“ 8 x ¾“ 45,0

14“ 12“ 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 PTFE 12 x 1“ 12 x “ 80,0

14“ 10“ 406 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 PTFE 12 x 1“ 12x“ 74,0

14“ 8“ 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 PTFE 12 x 1“ 8 x ¾“ 70,0

16“ 14“ 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 PTFE 16 x 1“ 12 x 1“ 115,0

16“ 12“ 457 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 PTFE 16 x 1“ 12x“ 105,0

16“ 10“ 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 PTFE 16 x 1“ 12x“ 99,0

20“ 16“ 508,0 584,2 635,0 47,9 62,6 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 PTFE 20x1“ 16 x 1“ 185,0

20“ 14“ 508 508,0 584,2 635,0 47,9 62,6 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 PTFE 20x1“ 12 x 1“ 175,0

20“ 12“ 508,0 584,2 635,0 47,9 62,6 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 PTFE 20x1“ 12x“ 165,0

NPS Standard

Lining thickness

(mm)

1“ 3

1½“ 3

2“ 3

3“ 4

4“ 4

6“ 6

8“ 6

10“ 7

12“ 7

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

Vacuum resistance:

The nominal pipe sizes for NPS ½“ and NPS ¾“ are not

defined in the ASME B16.5.

Please determine the desired length when contacting

our sales department.

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

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Valves


Bull‘s eye sight indicator (Class 150)

Lining material:

• up to nominal pipe size NPS 4“ (one-piece): PFA (virgin or conductive)

• from nominal pipe size NPS 5“ (two-piece): PTFE (virgin or

conductive)

• up to nominal pipe size NPS 12“ (two-piece): PP

Different lining thicknesses and flange designs on request.

Flange design:

• fix-fix

• fix-loose

• loose-loose

NPS L

(mm)

Form

(mm)

d 1

(mm)

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

a 1

(mm)

a 2

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

Weight

(ca. kg/

piece)

1“ 89 A 33,4 50,8 79,2 17,2 29,2 4 x ½“ UNC 4,2

1¼“ 95 A 42,2 63,5 88,9 18,7 30,2 4 x ½“ UNC 5,7

1½“ 102 A 48,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 32,5 4 x ½“ UNC 8,3

2“ 114 A 60,3 91,9 120,7 22,1 37,1 4 x “ UNC 14,9

2½“ 127 A 73,0 104,6 139,7 25,4 40,4 4 x “ UNC 19,7

3“ 140 A 88,9 127,0 152,4 27,9 42,9 4 x “ UNC 27,6

4“ 165 A 114,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 43,9 8 x “ UNC 40,8

5“ 190 B 141,3 185,7 215,9 28,9 43,9 8 x ¾“ UNC 61,0

6“ 203 B 168,3 215,9 241,3 30,4 45,9 8 x ¾“ UNC 85,5

8“ 229 B 219,1 269,7 298,5 33,4 48,4 8 x ¾“ UNC 127,3

10“ 280 B 273,0 323,9 362,0 35,7 50,7 12 x “ UNC 171,2

12“ 305 B 323,8 381,0 431,8 37,8 52,8 12 x “ UNC 239,0

14“ 356 B 355,6 412,8 476,3 41,0 56,0 12 x 1“ UNC 332,0

16“ 381 B 406,4 469,9 539,8 42,6 57,6 16 x 1“ UNC 399,0

NPS Standard

Lining thickness

(mm)

1“ 3

1½“ 3

2“ 3

3“ 4

4“ 4

6“ 6

8“ 6

10“ 7

12“ 7

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, flange stopper,

final painting.

Vacuum resistance:

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size if your

nominal pipe size is not listed.

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with fixed flange

1

(standard lining)

a = Length with loose flange

2

(standard lining)

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Ball check valve (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, final painting.

NPS L (mm) d 1

d K a no. of bolts Weights

4

1

(ca. kg/piece)

(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)

x

Form A Form B Form A Form B

thread

1“ 178 178 48,3 50,8 79,2 17,2 4 x ½“ UNC 7,7 7,2

1¼“ 190 190 60,3 63,5 88,9 18,7 4 x ½“ UNC 8,4 8,7

1½“ 204 204 60,3 73,2 98,6 20,5 4 x ½“ UNC 9,1 9,1

2“ 228 228 88,9 91,9 120,7 22,1 4 x “ UNC 15,4 15,4

2½“ 254 254 114,3 104,6 139,7 25,4 4 x “ UNC 20,3 21,7

3“ 280 280 114,3 127,0 152,4 27,9 4 x “ UNC 25,4 28,1

4“ 330 330 168,3 157,2 190,5 28,9 8 x “ UNC 43,5 48,0

5“ 380 380 193,7 185,7 215,9 28,9 8 x ¾“ UNC 56,7 74,0

6“ 406 406 219,1 215,9 241,3 30,4 8 x ¾“ UNC 70,2 100,6

8“ 458 458 273,0 269,7 298,5 33,4 8 x ¾“ UNC 125,9 181,2

NPS Standard

1“

1½“

2“

3“

4“

6“

8“

Lining thickness

(mm)

3

4

3

4

3

4

3

4

3

4,5

5

6

5

6

Possible vacuum

23°C 100°C 230°C

Vacuum resistance:

= full vacuum

= limited vacuum

= no vacuum

Please refer to the next nominal pipe size

if your nominal pipe size is not listed.

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with fixed flange

1

(standard lining)

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Blind flanges


Blind Flanges (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

• PP

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs,

final painting.

NPS L d4 s K no. of bolts Weight

x

(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)

thread

(ca. kg/piece)

½“ 14,1 35,1 3 60,5 4 x ½“ UNC 0,5

¾“ 15,7 42,9 3 69,9 4 x ½“ UNC 0,9

1“ 17,3 50,8 3 79,2 4 x ½“ UNC 1,0

1¼“ 18,9 63,5 3 88,9 4 x ½“ UNC 1,4

1½“ 20,5 73,2 3 98,6 4 x ½“ UNC 1,8

2“ 22,0 91,9 3 120,7 4 x “ UNC 2,3

2½“ 25,2 104,6 3 139,7 4 x “ UNC 3,2

3“ 26,8 127,0 3 152,4 4 x “ UNC 4,1

4“ 28,3 157,2 4,5 190,5 8 x “ UNC 7,7

5“ 28,8 185,7 5 215,9 8 x ¾“ UNC 9,1

6“ 30,4 215,9 5 241,3 8 x ¾“ UNC 11,8

8“ 33,5 269,7 5 298,5 8 x ¾“ UNC 20,4

10“ 35,2 323,9 5 362,0 12 x “ UNC 31,8

12“ 36,7 381,0 5 431,8 12 x “ UNC 49,9

14“ 39,9 412,8 5 476,3 12 x 1“ UNC 63,5

16“ 41,5 469,9 5 539,8 16 x 1“ UNC 81,6

18“ 44,7 533,4 5 577,9 16 x 1“ UNC 99,8

20“ 47,9 584,2 5 635,0 20 x 1“ UNC 129,0

L = Total length

d = Flaring diameter

4

s = Lining thickness

K = Bolt circle

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Expansion joints


PTFE-Expansion Joints, 2 Convolutes (Class 150)

Our expansion joints are highly fl exible and provide for the compensation of vibrations and

heat-induced expansion in your production line. The possible absorption of movement is

increased by the number of convolutes. Expansion joints with 2 convolutes allow the highest

working pressures.


PTFE-Expansion Joints, 2 Convolutes (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses and flange connections

upon request.

Flange design:

• loose-loose

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, final painting.

NPS L

(mm)

Extension

compression

±

(mm)

Misalignment

max.

(mm)

Angular

deflection

max. °

Vacuum resistance

at

10 5 Pa max.

°C

10 5 Pa max.

°C

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

a 2

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

Weight

(ca. kg/

pc.)

½“ 28 4 2 7 -1,00 200 35,1 60,55 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,6

¾“ 28 4 2 7 -1,00 200 42,9 69,9 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,6

1“ 35 6 3 7 -1,00 200 50,8 79,2 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,6

1¼“ 35 6 3 7 -1,00 200 63,5 88,9 13,00 4 x ½“ UNC 2,0

1½“ 35 6 3 7 -1,00 200 73,2 98,6 13,00 4 x ½“ UNC 2,5

2“ 40 6 3 7 -1,00 200 91,9 120,7 15,00 4 x “ UNC 3,6

2½“ 57 9 5 7 -1,00 200 104,6 139,7 15,00 4 x “ UNC 4,4

3“ 57 9 5 7 -1,00 200 127,0 152,4 15,50 4 x “ UNC 5,2

4“ 67 13 6 7 -1,00 200 157,2 190,5 19,00 8 x “ UNC 6,9

5“ 83 13 6 7 -1,00 150 185,7 215,9 19,25 8 x ¾“ UNC 11,2

6“ 75 13 6 7 -1,00 150 215,9 241,3 23,00 8 x ¾“ UNC 12,3

8“ 102 13 6 7 -1,00 50 2,00 150 269,7 298,5 25,00 8 x ¾“ UNC 20,0

10“ 140 15 6 7 -0,93 45 -0,66 100 323,9 362,0 28,00 12 x “ UNC 26,0

12“ 150 20 10 7 -0,85 45 -0,33 100 381,0 431,8 31,00 12 x “ UNC 33,0

14“ 160 20 10 7 -0.85 45 -0,33 100 412,8 476,3 32,00 12 x 1“ UNC 57,0

16“ 178 25 10 7 -0,85 45 -0,33 100 469,9 539,8 34,50 16 x 1“ UNC 72,0

18“ 185 25 10 7 -0,66 45 -0,30 100 533,4 577,9 38,50 16 x 1“ UNC 79,0

20“ 230 25 10 7 -0,20 45 -0,13 100 584,2 635,0 40,50 20 x 1“ UNC 83,0

The above shown chart is only valid at neutral length and with limit bolts in

place. Above mentioned types of travel (extension compression, misalignment or

angular deflection) are alternatives; the percentage values must not exceed 100%

when added together.

The figures stated are average and apply to room temperature.

Important notice to the holes of the expansion joint flanges:

bolt circle - with threaded holes from ½“ to 24“

other design - upon request

PTFE-Expansion Joints, 2 Convolutes (Class 300) upon request.

L = Total length

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with loose flange

2

(standard lining)

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PTFE-expansion joints, 2 Convolutes - New design (Class 150)

Execution:

• choose type of flanges (2 or 3 ears)

• up to diameter nominal DN65: with threaded holes

• up to diameter nominal DN80: with through holes

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses and pressure rates on request.

NPS L

(mm)

Extension

compression

±

(mm)

10 5 Pa

Misalignment

max.

(mm)

Angular

deflection

max. °

Vacuum resistance

at

10 5 Pa max.

°C

Flange design:

• loose-loose

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, final painting.

10 5 Pa max.

°C

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

a 2

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

Weight

(ca. kg/

piece)

½“ 54 6 3 7 -1,00 200 35,1 60,55 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,6

¾“ 54 6 3 7 -1,00 200 42,9 69,9 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,6

1“ 54 6 3 7 -1,00 200 50,8 79,2 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,6

1¼“ 56 6 3 7 -1,00 200 63,5 88,9 13,00 4 x ½“ UNC 2,0

1½“ 56 6 3 7 -1,00 200 73,2 98,6 13,00 4 x ½“ UNC 2,5

2“ 68 10 3 7 -1,00 200 91,9 120,7 15,00 4 x “ UNC 3,6

2½“ 78 12 5 7 -1,00 200 104,6 139,7 15,00 4 x “ UNC 4,4

3“ 88 15 5 7 -1,00 200 127,0 152,4 15,50 4 x 19,1 ASA 5,2

4“ 88 15 6 7 -1,00 200 157,2 190,5 19,00 8 x 19,1 ASA 6,9

5“ 95 15 6 7 -1,00 150 185,7 215,9 19,25 8 x 22,4 ASA 11,2

6“ 105 15 6 7 -1,00 150 215,9 241,3 23,00 8 x 22,4 ASA 12,3

8“ 110 15 6 7 -1,00 50 2,00 150 269,7 298,5 25,00 8 x 22,4 ASA 20,0

10“ 128 20 6 7 -0,93 45 -0,66 100 323,9 362,0 28,00 12 x 25,4 ASA 26,0

12“ 140 20 10 7 -0,85 45 -0,33 100 381,0 431,8 31,00 12 x 25,4 ASA 33,0

L = Total length

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with loose flange

2

(standard lining)

° C

NPS ½“ - 4“

NPS 5“ - 6“

NPS 8“

NPS 10“ - 12“

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PTFE-expansion joints, 3 Convolutes (Class 150)

Our expansion joints are highly fl exible and provide for the compensation of vibrations and heatinduced

expansion in your production line. The possible absorption of movement is increased by the

number of convolutes. Expansion joints with 3 convolutes are the standard solution for most of the

applications.


PTFE-Expansion Joints, 3 Convolutes (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses and pressure rates on request.

Flange design:

• loose-loose

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, final painting.

NPS L

(mm)

Extension

compression

±

(mm)

Misalignment

max.

(mm)

Angular

deflection

max. °

Vacuum resistance

at

10 5 Pa max.

°C

10 5 Pa max.

°C

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

a 2

(mm)

L = Total length

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with loose flange

2

(standard lining)

no. of bolts

x

thread

Weight

(ca. kg/

piece)

½“ 37 6 4 14 -1,00 200 35,1 60,5 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,7

¾“ 37 6 4 14 -1,00 200 42,9 69,9 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,7

1“ 46 13 6 14 -1,00 200 50,8 79,2 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,7

1¼“ 46 13 6 14 -1,00 200 63,5 88,9 13,00 4 x ½“ UNC 2,1

1½“ 46 13 6 14 -1,00 200 73,2 98,6 13,00 4 x ½“ UNC 2,6

2“ 56 15 9 14 -1,00 200 91,9 120,7 15,00 4 x “ UNC 3,8

2½“ 77 19 9 14 -1,00 200 104,6 139,7 15,00 4 x “ UNC 4,6

3“ 77 25 13 14 -1,00 200 127,0 152,4 15,50 4 x “ UNC 5,3

4“ 91 25 13 14 -1,00 200 157,2 190,5 19,00 8 x “ UNC 7,0

5“ 111 25 14 14 -1,00 150 185,7 215,9 19,25 8 x ¾“ UNC 11,4

6“ 101 28 14 14 -1,00 150 215,9 241,3 23,00 8 x ¾“ UNC 12,7

8“ 137 28 14 14 -1,00 50 -0,80 150 269,7 298,5 25,00 8 x ¾“ UNC 21,0

10“ 200 30 14 14 -0,93 45 -0,66 100 323,9 362,0 28,00 12 x “ UNC 27,0

12“ 196 30 15 14 -0,85 45 -0,33 100 381,0 431,8 31,00 12 x “ UNC 35,0

14“ 215 32 18 14 -0,85 45 -0,33 100 412,8 476,3 32,00 12 x 1“ UNC 60,0

16“ 233 35 20 14 -0,85 45 -0,33 100 469,9 539,8 34,50 16 x 1“ UNC 75,0

18“ 280 30 20 14 -0,66 45 -0,30 100 533,4 577,9 38,50 16 x 1“ UNC 91,0

20“ 327 30 25 14 --- --- -0,13 100 584,2 635,0 40,50 20 x 1“ UNC 110,0

The above shown chart is only valid at neutral length and with limit bolts in

place. Above mentioned types of travel (extension compression, misalignment or

angular deflection) are alternatives; the percentage values must not exceed 100%

when added together.

The figures stated are average and apply to room temperature.

Important notice to the holes of the expansion joint flanges:

bolt circle — with threaded holes from ½“ to 24“

other design — upon request

PTFE-Expansion Joints, 3 Convolutes (Class 300) upon request.

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PTFE-expansion joints, 3 Convolutes - New design (Class 150)

Execution:

• choose type of flanges (2 or 3 ears)

• up to diameter nominal DN65: with threaded holes

• up to diameter nominal DN80: with through holes

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses and pressure rates on request.

NPS L

(mm)

Extension

compression

±

(mm)

10 5 Pa

Misalignment

max.

(mm)

Angular

deflection

max. °

Vacuum resistance

at

10 5 Pa max.

°C

Flange design:

• loose-loose

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, final painting.

10 5 Pa max.

°C

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

a 2

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

NPS ½“ - 2“

NPS 2½“ - 4“

Weight

(ca. kg/

piece)

½“ 70 10 6 14 -1,00 200 35,1 60,5 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,7

¾“ 70 10 6 14 -1,00 200 42,9 69,9 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,7

1“ 70 10 6 14 -1,00 200 50,8 79,2 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,7

1¼“ 75 10 6 14 -1,00 200 63,5 88,9 13,00 4 x ½“ UNC 2,1

1½“ 80 15 6 14 -1,00 200 73,2 98,6 13,00 4 x ½“ UNC 2,6

2“ 85 15 9 14 -1,00 200 91,9 120,7 15,00 4 x “ UNC 3,8

2½“ 100 20 9 14 -1,00 200 104,6 139,7 15,00 4 x “ UNC 4,6

3“ 110 20 13 14 -1,00 200 127,0 152,4 15,50 4 x 19,1 ASA 5,3

4“ 110 25 13 14 -1,00 200 157,2 190,5 19,00 8 x 19,1 ASA 7,0

5“ 120 25 14 14 -1,00 150 185,7 215,9 19,25 8 x 22,4 ASA 11,4

6“ 130 25 14 14 -1,00 150 215,9 241,3 23,00 8 x 22,4 ASA 12,7

8“ 140 30 14 14 -1,00 50 -0,80 150 269,7 298,5 25,00 8 x 22,4 ASA 21,0

10“ 165 30 14 14 -0,93 45 -0,66 100 323,9 362,0 28,00 12 x 25,4 ASA 27,0

12“ 175 30 15 14 -0,85 45 -0,33 100 381,0 431,8 31,00 12 x 25,4 ASA 35,0

L = Total length

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with loose flange

2

(standard lining)

° C

NPS 5“ - 6“

NPS 8“

NPS 10“ - 12“

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ANSI-EJ3N-2010


PTFE-Expansion Joints, 5 Convolutes (Class 150)

Our expansion joints are highly fl exible and provide for the compensation of vibrations and

heat-induced expansion in your production line. Expansion joints with 5 convolutes allow the

maximum absorption of movement.


PTFE-Expansion Joints, 5 Convolutes (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses and flange connections

upon request.

Flange design:

• loose-loose

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, final painting.

NPS L

(mm)

Extension

compression

±

(mm)

Misalignment

max.

(mm)

Angular

deflection

max. °

Vacuum resistance

at

10 5 Pa max.

°C

10 5 Pa max.

°C

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

a 2

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

Weight

(ca. kg/

piece)

½“ 55 8 5 20

35,1 60,5 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,6

¾“ 55 8 5 20 42,9 69,9 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,7

1“ 68 8 12 20 50,8 79,2 11,00 4 x ½“ UNC 1,8

1¼“ 68 8 12 20 63,5 88,9 13,00 4 x ½“ UNC 2,2

1½“ 80 13 12 20 73,2 98,6 13,00 4 x ½“ UNC 2,7

2“ 88 19 12 20 91,9 120,7 15,00 4 x “ UNC 4,0

2½“ 113 25 13 20 104,6 139,7 15,00 4 x “ UNC 4,8

3“ 113 25 16 20 127,0 152,4 15,50 4 x “ UNC 5,8

4“

5“

139

167

25

32

16

16

20

20

please confer with us

157,2

185,7

190,5

215,9

19,00

19,25

8 x “ UNC

8 x ¾“ UNC

7,7

12,0

6“ 153 32 16 20 215,9 241,3 23,00 8 x ¾“ UNC 13,5

8“ 207 32 16 20 269,7 298,5 25,00 8 x ¾“ UNC 22,5

10“ 300 32 16 20 323,9 362,0 28,00 12 x “ UNC 28,4

12“ 288 35 18 20 381,0 431,8 31,00 12 x “ UNC 37,0

14“ 325 35 18 20 412,8 476,3 32,00 12 x 1“ UNC 61,0

16“ 343 40 25 20 469,9 539,8 34,50 16 x 1“ UNC 78,0

18“ 470 40 25 20 533,4 577,9 38,50 16 x 1“ UNC 96,0

20“ 520 40 25 20 584,2 635,0 40,50 20 x 1“ UNC 117,0

The above shown chart is only valid at neutral length and with limit bolts in

place. Above mentioned types of travel (extension compression, misalignment or

angular deflection) are alternatives; the percentage values must not exceed 100%

when added together.

The figures stated are average and apply to room temperature.

Important notice to the holes of the expansion joint flanges:

bolt circle — with threaded holes from ½“ to 24“

other design — upon request

PTFE-Expansion Joints, 5 Convolutes (Class 300) upon request.

L = Total length

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

a = Length with loose flange

2

(standard lining)

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ANSI-EJ5-2010


PTFE-lined Stainless Steel Expansion Joint (Class 150)

In case of high pressures and hight temperatures, our stainless steel expansion joints

are the right choice for your pipes. Stainless steel expansion joints are the most stable

expansion joints.


PTFE-lined Stainless Steel Expansion Joint (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses and flange connections upon request.

Flange design:

• loose-loose

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material of bellow: stainless steel (1.4541)

Material of flanges: stainless steel (1.0038, 1.4541 or 1.4571)

Special features: earthing studs, final painting.

NPS L

(mm)

Extension

compression

±

(mm)

Spring

rate

(N/mm)

Vacuum resistance

10 5 Pa at

23 °C 160 °C

d 4

Flange

design

no. of bolts

x

thread

Weight

(ca. kg/pc.)

1¼“ 145 9 260 0,15 0,30 63,5 Form 1 4 x ½“ UNC 3,9

1¼“ 220 18 130 0,15 0,30 63,5 Form 1 4 x ½“ UNC 4,1

1½“ 155 11 272 0,15 0,30 73,2 Form 1 4 x ½“ UNC 4,5

1½“ 240 22 136 0,15 0,30 73,2 Form 1 4 x ½“ UNC 4,8

2“ 177 13 276 0,15 0,30 91,9 Form 1 4 x ⅝“ UNC 5,7

2“ 292 27 195 0,15 0,30 91,9 Form 1 4 x ⅝“ UNC 6,5

2½“ 191 17 234 0,15 0,30 104,6 Form 1 4 x ⅝“ UNC 6,9

2½“ 287 32 173 0,15 0,30 104,6 Form 1 4 x ⅝“ UNC 7,9

3“ 185 20 220 0,15 0,30 127,0 Form 1 4 x ⅝“ UNC 8,0

3“ 275 35 178 0,15 0,30 127,0 Form 1 4 x ⅝“ UNC 9,0

4“ 178 20 365 0,15 0,30 157,2 Form 1 8 x ⅝“ UNC 10,0

4“ 266 40 183 0,15 0,30 157,2 Form 1 8 x ⅝“ UNC 11,0

5“ 221 29 290 0,25 0,40 185,7 Form 1 8 x ¾“ UNC 14,0

5“ 363 50 290 0,25 0,40 185,7 Form 1 8 x ¾“ UNC 17,0

6“ 248 30 560 0,25 0,40 215,9 Form 2 8 x ¾“ UNC 18,0

6“ 388 60 280 0,25 0,40 215,9 Form 2 8 x ¾“ UNC 23,0

8“ 246 42 412 0,35 0,50 269.7 Form 2 8 x ¾“ UNC 25,0

8“ 418 78 335 0,35 0,50 269,7 Form 2 8 x ¾“ UNC 33,0

10“ 243 44 525 0,40 0,60 323,9 Form 2 12 x ⅞“ UNC 32,0

10“ 392 81 269 0,40 0,60 323,9 Form 2 12 x ⅞“ UNC 38,0

12“ 287 55 480 0,50 0,75 381,0 Form 2 12 x ⅞“ UNC 40,0

12“ 429 95 352 0,50 0,75 381,0 Form 2 12 x ⅞“ UNC 51,0

14“ 289 60 460 0,50 0,75 412,8 Form 1 12 x 1“ UNC 56,0

14“ 396 92 378 0,50 0,75 412,8 Form 1 12 x 1“ UNC 66,0

16“ 283 52 713 0,70 0,90 469,9 Form 1 16 x 1“ UNC 74,0

16“ 421 104 357 0,70 0,90 469,9 Form 1 16 x 1“ UNC 85,0

18“ 320 70 548 0,70 0,90 533,4 Form 1 16 x 1⅛“ UNC 85,0

18“ 517 130 430 0,70 0,90 533,4 Form 1 16 x 1⅛“ UNC 113,0

20“ 303 56 955 584,2 Form 1 20 x 1⅛“ UNC 104,0

20“ 493 126 425 584,2 Form 1 20 x 1⅛“ UNC 129,0

24“ 324 70 548 Form 2 20 x 1¼“ UNC 126,0

24“ 464 126 305 Form 2 20 x 1¼“ UNC 144,0

L = Total length

d = Flaring diameter

4

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ANSI-EJS-2010


PTFE-Vacuum Expansion Joint (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses and flange connections

upon request.

Flange design:

• loose-loose

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, final painting.

NPS L

(mm)

Extension

compression

±

(mm)

D

(mm)

d 4 K no. of bolts

x

thread

Weight

(ca. kg/pc.)

4“ 95 10 285 157,2 190,5 8 x “ UNC 16,8

6“ 100 15 350 215,9 241,3 8 x ¾“ UNC 23,7

8“ 105 15 410 269,7 298,5 8 x ¾“ UNC 33,3

10“ 110 18 465 323,9 362,0 12 x “ UNC 40,4

12“ 115 18 520 381,0 431,8 12 x “ UNC 56,7

14“ 120 18 590 412,8 476,3 12 x 1“ UNC 76,6

16“ 135 20 670 469,9 539,8 16 x 1“ UNC 84,1

18“ 150 20 695 533,4 577,9 16 x 1“ UNC 106,6

20“ 150 20 770 584,2 635,0 20 x 1“ UNC 132,7

L = Total length

D = Outer diameter

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

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ANSI-EJV-2010


Nozzle liners and dip pipes


PTFE-Nozzle Liner (Class 150)

PTFE nozzle liners protect tank walls during the fi lling with

corrosive media.


PTFE-Nozzle Liner (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

NPS L max.

(mm)

d 1

(mm)

Allowance

± (mm)

d 4

(mm)

Weight

(ca. kg/m)

½“ 6000 21,3 35,1 1,27

¾“ 6000 26,7 42,9 1,68

1“ 6000 33,4 2 50,8 2,50

1¼“ 6000 42,2 2 63,5 3,37

1½“ 6000 48,3 2 73,2 4,05

2“ 6000 60,3 3 91,9 5,44

2½“ 6000 73,0 4 104,6 8,64

3“ 6000 88,9 4 127,0 11,29

4“ 6000 114,3 5 157,2 16,08

5“ 6000 141,3 5 185,7 21,77

6“ 6000 168,3 5 215,9 28,86

8“ 6000 219,1 6 269,7 42,54

10“ 3000 273,0 10 323,9 60,30

12“ 3000 323,8 10 381,0 73,90

14“ 3000 355,6 10 412,8 81,33

16“ 2000 406,4 10 469,9 93,27

20“ 2000 508,0 10 584,2 117,15

L = Total length

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

1

d = Flaring diameter

4

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ANSI-NL-2010


PTFE-Lined Dip Pipe (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Types:

• welded

• seamless

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

for calm vessels (standard type)

NPS 1 Steel pipe

Outer diam. x

wall

NPS 2

L

(mm)

L max.

(mm)

seamless

s

(mm)

d

(mm)

d 2

(mm)

½“ ---

--- --- 3,5 13,9 33,7

¾“ 26,7 x 2,9 150 --- 3,5 13,9 33,7

1“ 33,4 x 3,4 150 2800 3,5 19,6 40,4

1¼“ 42,2 x 3,6 150 2800 4 27,0 50,2

1½“ 48,3 x 3,7 150 2800 4 32,9 56,3

2“ 60,3 x 3,9 150 2800 4 44,5 68,3

2½“ 73,0 x 5,2 150 2800 4 54,6 81,0

3“ 88,9 x 5,5 150 2500 4 69,9 96,6

4“ 114,3 x 6,0 150 2500 5 92,3 122,3

Please indicate with your order

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, flange stopper,

final painting, with nozzle head, bended type.

5“ 141,3 x 6,6 150 2500 4,5 119,1 150,3

6“ 168,3 x 7,1 150 2500 5 144,1 178,3

8“ 219,1 x 8,2 150 1500 5 192,7 229,1

10“ 273,0 x 9,3 150 1500 6 242,4 285,0

12“ 323,8 x 9,5 150 1500 6 292,8 335,8

L = Total length

s = Lining thickness

d = Inner diameter of the pipe

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

2

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ANSI-DPS-2010


PTFE-Lined Dip Pipe (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Types:

• welded

• seamless

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

for agitated vessels (reinforced)

NPS 1 Steel pipe

Outer diam. x

wall

NPS 2

L

(mm)

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, flange stopper,

final painting, with nozzle head, bended type.

L max.

(mm)

welded

s

(mm)

d

(mm)

d 2

(mm)

½“ ---

--- --- --- --- ---

¾“ --- --- --- --- --- ---

1“ 33,7 x 4,0 150 5000 3,5 18,7 40,7

1¼“ 42,4 x 6,3 150 5000 4 21,8 50,4

1½“ 48,3 x 6,3 150 5000 4 27,7 56,3

2“ 60,3 x 8,0 150 5000 4 36,3 68,3

2½“ 76,1 x 10,0 150 5000 4 48,1 84,1

3“ 88,9 x 10,0 150 5000 4 60,9 96,9

4“ 114,3 x 10,0 150 4000 5 84,3 124,3

5“ 139,7 x 10,0 150 4000 4,5 110,7 148,7

6“ 168,3 x 16,0 150 4000 5 126,3 178,3

8“ 219,1 x 16,0 150 4000 5 177,1 229,1

10“ 273,0 x 16,0 150 3000 6 229,0 285,0

12“ 323,9 x 16,0 150 3000 6 279,9 335,9

Please indicate with your order

L = Total length

s = Lining thickness

d = Inner diameter of the pipe

d = Outer diameter of the pipe

2

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ANSI-DPR-2010


Hoses


PTFE chemical transfer hose-smooth bore with

stripwound house (Classe 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Flange design:

• fix-fix

• fix-loose

• loose-loose

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, flange stopper, final painting.

NPS L max.

(mm)

D

(mm)

Bend-

radius

min.

(mm)

Working-

pressure

max.

10 5 Pa

Detail „X“

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

Hose

(ca. kg/m)

Weights

Flange

(ca. kg/side)

½“ 5000 19 325 10,0 35,1 60,5 4 x ½“ UNC 0,5 0,8

¾“ 5000 23 350 10,0 42,9 69,9 4 x ½“ UNC 0,6 1,0

1“ 5000 28 350 10,0 50,8 79,2 4 x ½“ UNC 0,9 1,2

1¼“ 5000 35 400 10,0 63,5 88,9 4 x ½“ UNC 1,1 1,8

1½“ 5000 45 550 10,0 73,2 98,6 4 x ½“ UNC 1,6 1,9

2“ 5000 55 750 10,0 91,9 120,7 4 x “ UNC 2,0 2,4

3“ 5000 87 1300 10,0 127,0 152,4 4 x “ UNC 5,0 3,6

4“ 5000 100 1500 7,5 157,2 190,5 8 x “ UNC 6,8 4,5

L = Length

D = Outer diameter

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

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ANSI-H1-2010


PTFE chemical transfer hose-smooth bore with annularly

corrugating and wire braid (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Flange design:

• fix-fix

• fix-loose

• loose-loose

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, flange stopper,

final painting.

NPS L max.

(mm)

d

(mm)

Bend-

radius

min.

(mm)

Working-

pressure

max.

10 5 Pa

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

Screws Weights

Hose

(ca. kg/m)

Flange

(ca. kg/side)

½“ 5000 21 350 25 35,1 60,5 4 x ½“ UNC 0,8 1,2

1¼“ 5000 27 400 20 63,5 88,9 4 x ½“ UNC 1,0 1,7

1½“ 5000 33 550 16 73,2 98,6 4 x ½“ UNC 1,6 1,9

2“ 5000 45 750 16 91,9 120,7 4 x “ UNC 1,6 2,4

2 ½ “ 5000 58 1000 14 104,6 139,7 4 x “ UNC 1,8 3,4

3“ 5000 73 1300 12 127,0 152,5 4 x “ UNC 2,6 3,8

4“ 5000 97 1500 10 157,2 190,5 8 x “ UNC 3,45 4,2

5“ 5000 120 1800 10 185,7 215,9 8 x ¾“ UNC 5,8 5,2

6“ 5000 142 2000 10 215,9 241,3 8 x ¾“ UNC 8,2 6,4

8“ 5000 192 2500 10 269,7 298,5 8 x ¾“ UNC 11,0 7,8

L = Length

D = Outer diameter

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

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ANSI-H2-2010


PTFE-spiral tubing (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

NPS l

(mm)

L max.

(mm)

d

(mm)

d 2

(mm)

Bend

radius

min.

(mm)

Working

pressure

max.

10 5 Pa

Weight

Hose

(ca. kg/m)

½“ 50 5000 15 23 60 1,50 0,4

¾“ 50 5000 19 30 60 1,50 0,5

1“ 50 5000 25 35 80 1,50 0,5

1½“ 75 5000 38 48 110 1,25 0,6

2“ 75 5000 45 58 210 1,25 0,9

3“ 100 5000 70 90 400 1,25 1,8

4“ 100 5000 95 115 550 1,00 2,8

l = Cylindrical ending

L = Length

d = Inner diameter spiral tubing

d = Inner diameter cylindrical

2

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ANSI-H3-2010


PTFE-spiral tubing with flanges (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Flange design:

• loose-loose

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, final painting.

NPS L max.

(mm)

d

(mm)

d 2

(mm)

Bend

radius

min.

(mm)

Working pressure

max.

10 5 Pa

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

Hose

(ca. kg/m)

Weights

Flange

(ca. kg/side)

½“ 5000 15 23 60 1,50 35,1 60,5 4 x ½“ UNC 0,4 0,7

¾“ 5000 19 30 60 1,50 42,9 69,9 4 x ½“ UNC 0,5 0,9

1“ 5000 25 35 80 1,50 50,8 79,2 4 x ½“ UNC 0,5 1,1

1½“ 5000 38 48 110 1,25 73,2 98,6 4 x ½“ UNC 0,6 1,8

2“ 5000 45 58 210 1,25 91,9 120,7 4 x “ UNC 0,9 2,0

3“ 5000 70 90 400 1,25 127,0 152,4 4 x “ UNC 1,8 3,5

4“ 5000 95 115 550 1,00 157,2 190,5 8 x “ UNC 2,8 3,5

L = Length

d = Inner diameter spiral tubing

d = Inner diameter cylindrical

2

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

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ANSI-H4-2010


PTFE chemical transfer hose-spiral tube bore

with stripwound house (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Flange design:

• fix-fix

• fix-loose

• loose-loose

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, final painting.

NPS L max.

(mm)

d

(mm)

Bend radius

min.

(mm)

Working

pressure

max.

10 5 Pa

d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

Hose

(ca. kg/m)

Weights

Flange

(ca. kg/side)

½“ 5000 15 60 10 35,1 60,5 4 x ½“ UNC 0,6 0,7

¾“ 5000 19 60 10 42,9 69,9 4 x ½“ UNC 0,9 1,0

1“ 5000 25 80 10 50,8 79,2 4 x ½“ UNC 1,0 1,1

1½“ 5000 38 110 10 73,2 98,6 4 x ½“ UNC 1,3 2,0

2“ 5000 45 210 10 91,9 120,7 4 x “ UNC 1,8 2,3

3“ 5000 70 400 5 127,0 152,4 4 x “ UNC 3,5 3,5

4“ 5000 95 550 5 157,2 190,5 8 x “ UNC 4,6 4,0

l = Cylindrical ending

L = Length

d = Inner diameter spiral

tubing

d = Inner diameter

2

cylindrical

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ANSI-H5-2010


Auxiliary fl anges (Class 150)

Suitable for our range of hoses, we offer specially shaped fl anges

for the protection of the hose lining.


Auxiliary flanges (Class 150)

Lining material:

• PTFE (virgin or conductive)

Different lining thicknesses on request.

Connections:

• up to nominal pipe size NPS 2½“:

4 through holes or 2 x 4 threaded holes

• from nominal pipe size NPS 3“:

6 through holes or 2 x 6 threaded holes

Other pressure rates:

Class 300

Material: carbon steel and stainless steel

Special features: earthing studs, earthing lugs, final painting.

NPS L

(mm)

Form d 4

(mm)

K

(mm)

no. of bolts

x

thread

Weight

(ca. kg/piece)

½“ 16

35,1 60,5 ½“ UNC 0,7

¾“ 16 42,9 69,9 ½“ UNC 0,9

1“ 19 50,8 79,2 ½“ UNC 1,2

1¼“ 19 63,5 88,9 ½“ UNC 1,7

1½“ 27 73,2 98,6 ½“ UNC 1,9

2“ 28 91,9 120,7 “ UNC 2,5

2½“ 28 104,6 139,7 “ UNC 3,4

3“ 30 127,0 152,4 “ UNC 3,8

4“ 32 157,2 190,5 “ UNC 4,2

indicate hose type

L = Total length

d = Flaring diameter

4

K = Bolt circle

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ANSI-AF-2010


Special parts

S


Special parts

If you did not find the piping part you need in this catalogue, please contact us.

We also manufacture special forms or dimensions according to your requirements. Simply send

us your technical drawing or a sketch and we will suggest a possible solution.

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ANSI-SP-2010


Accessories

A


Accessories

Star washer (contact rings)

Contact rings ensure electric contact and conductivity between the lapjoint

flange and the stub-end, even though the surface of your piping

parts have a final painting. Thus secure earthing is possible with

protective finishing.

The contact rings are gripped between lap-joint flange and loose flange. The

contacts of the rings breach the painting.

The contact rings are manufactured from spring steel and can be applied

to the following nominal pipe sizes (NPS):

NPS

DIN ANSI

25 1“

32 1 1/4“

40 1 1/2“

50 2“

65 2 1/2“

80 3“

100 4“

Safety spray shields

Many chemical plants are operated with highly-aggressive media which can

cause environmental pollution or even injury as a result of personal contract.

Our safety spray shields offer complete security.

We recommend that you consider safety spray shields for flange connections,

expansion joints and valves.

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ANSI-ADD-2010


Technical SPeciFicaTiOnS

T


Technical Specifications

These specifications define the material, technical data, fitting instructions and quality checks

for our PTFE/PFA or PP lined pipes and fittings. They are in accordance with the following standards:

ASTM F1545 for general requirements and ASME B16.5 for dimensions.

Contents

1. Materials

1.1 Steel parts

1.2 Lining

1.3 External coating

2. General technical data

2.1 Pressure Equipment Directive

(97/23/EC)

2.2 Steel pipe dimensions

2.3 Flange connections

2.4 Weights

2.5 Liner thickness

2.6 Operating temperatures

2.7 Operating pressures

2.8 Vacuum resistance

2.9 Vent holes

2.10 Tolerances

2.11 Protective covers

3. Quality management

3.1 Welding

3.2 Materials certificates BAUMCert ®

3.3 Raw material checks

3.4 Visual and dimensional checks

3.5 Spark tests

3.6 Hydrostatic tests

3.7 Marking

3.8 Certificates

4. Fitting instructions

4.1 Protective covers

4.2 Gaskets

4.3 Torques

4.4 Welding operations

4.5 Vent holes

4.6 Permeation and diffusion

5. Chemical resistance

5.1 PTFE

5.2 PFA

5.3 PP

6. Product development


1. Materials

1.1 Steel parts

1.1.1 All steel pipes meet :

ASTM-A 106 Gr. B

1.1.2 Flanges and stub ends comply with:

ASTM-A 105

1.1.3 Fittings comply with:

ASTM-A 234 Gr. WPB

1.2 Lining

1.2.1 PTFE

The lining is made from virgin PTFE

(Polytetrafluorethylene) without any

pigments — its colour is white.

The minimum physical data acc. to

ASTM F1545 is:

Tensile strength = 20.7 N/mm 2

Elongation = 250%

Specific gravity = 2,13 - 2,21 g/cm 3

1.2.2 PFA

The injected material is pure PFA

(Perfluoralkoxy) without any pigments

- the colour is white opaque.

The physical data according to

ASTM F1545 is:

Tensile strength = 26.2 N/mm 2

Elongation = 300%

Specific gravity = 2,12 - 2,16 g/cm 3

1.2.3 PP

All PP liner pipes (Polypropylene) are

made of material Type II they are grey

(RAL 7032).

Physical Data:

Tensile strength = 20.7 N/mm 2

Elongation = 120%

Specific gravity = 0,91 g/cm 3

1.2.4 Conductive lining

Upon request the PTFE- and PFA-lining

can also be manufactured as

conductive lining. The colour is deep

black.

The resistivity acc. DIN/EC 60093

and DIN/EC 60167 does not exceed

10 8 Ohm at any place.

1.2.5 FDA conformity

Upon customers’ request the lining of

our piping parts complies to the

regulations of the Food and Drug

Administration (FDA).

1.3 External Coating

1.3.1 Sandblasting

All carbon steel parts are sandblasted

acc. to SA 2.5.

1.3.2 Paint coating

All PTFE-lined carbon steel products are

painted with an epoxy-zinc-chromate

primer to protect them from corrosion.


2. General technical data

2.1 Pressure Equipment Directive

(PED97/23/EC)

The piping parts are manufactured

within the pressure equipment directive

(PED).

They fulfill all requirements of construc-

tion, manufacturing and testing. Upon

request we can issue a declaration of

conformity for modules A, A1 and G for

the categories I to IV. We are also autho-

rized to use the CE-marking.

2.2 Steel pipe dimensions

The outer pipe dimensions comply with

ASME B 16.5 respectively. This also

applies to the wall thickness as stan-

dard.

2.3 Flange connections

Flange connections comply with ASME

B 16.5

(Class 150 and 300).

2.4 Weights of lined pipe and fittings

Please refer to the corresponding data

sheets.

2.5 Liner thickness

In accordance with ASTM F1545 the lining

thickness must be 3 mm min. In practice,

however, thicker linings offer better safety

under vacuum, better resistance against

abrasion as well as lower gas permeabili-

ty. As far as PTFE lining is concerned,

diverse operating conditions require diffe-

rent liner thicknesses:

NPS Standard mm Heavy duty mm

1" 3 4

1 ¼" 3 4

1 ½" 3 4

2" 3 4

2 ½" 3 4

3" 3 4

4" 3 5

5" 4,5 6

6" 5 6

8" 5 6

The liner thickness of fittings corres-

ponds to the liner thickness of lined

pipes. However, piping parts might have

a greater liner thickness to optimise

results. Different lining thickness can be

manufactured upon customer demand.

2.6 Operating temperatures

Maximum operating temperatures are :

PTFE 230 °C

PFA 230 °C

PP 100 °C

These temperatures only apply under

optimum conditions. Special conditions

may require a reduction in vacuum and

pressure.


2. General technical data

2.7 Operating pressures

The design meets the requirements of

class 150 and class 300. Please refer to

the applicable column in the product

details.

Other operating pressures are available

upon request.

2.8 Vacuum resistance

The vaccuum resistance of the lined

piping parts is determined by produc-

tion, technology and liner thickness.

The optimisation of the liner thickness

enables the following values for vacuum

resistance:

NPS 1" to 3" = 0 Torr abs. up to 230 °C

NPS 4" = 0 Torr abs. up to 150°C

Based on your operating environment

we can define the optimal liner thick-

ness for your application.

2.9 Ventholes

Ventholes should be kept open at all

times. They have a dual function. Firstly,

they allow any permeating gas to

escape, secondly, they serve as leakage

indicators to ensure rapid repair.

2.10 Tolerances

Tolerances of pipe and fittings are defined

acc. ASTM F 1545 as well as in ASME

B16.5. The liner thickness may vary by 10%.

Flared liner thickness may be up to 20%

thinner due to the flaring process.

2.11 Protective covers

Flares are protected with a water proof

plywood cover or plastic cap. All bolts

and nuts are galvanized and can easily

be loosened.


3. Quality management

3.1 Welding

Our welding processes are subject to

the following criteria:

1. We are a recognised manufacturer

in accordance with AD-Merkblatt

HPO/TRD 201/DIN EN 729-2.

2. Our processes conform to AD-Merkblatt

HP 2/1.

3. Our operations are supervised by a

recognised welding expert.

4. We only employ welders with a HP 3

certificate.

3.2 Material certificates BAUMCert ®

All pipe, flanges, elbows and welded

fittings are certified according to EN

10204 - 3.1.

3.3 Raw material checks

Lining materials are only procured with

material certificates WAZ 2.2 from

manufacturers certified acc. to ISO

9001.

3.4 Visual and dimensional checks

In addition, our own laboratory conti-

nually checks and records the physical

data of semifinished products from the

production line. The dimensions of all

pipes and fittings are checked visually.

3.5 Sparktests

All non-conductive lined pipe and

fittings undergo a 25kV resp. 30kV

sparktest to make sure the lining is

not porous.

3.6 Hydrostatic tests

The hydrostatic test is carried out at

the 1.43-times of the nominal

working pressure.

3.7 Marking

In accordance with ASTM F1545,

every pipe and fitting can be marked

on the flange's circumference as

follows:

Manufacturer's name

Production lot

Lining material

Date of production

CE marking (if applicable)

Additional markings – e.g. material

no. – are available upon customer

request.


3. Quality management

3.8 Certificates


4. Fitting Instructions

4.1 Protective covers

Protective covers must only be

removed immediately before fitting.

4.2 Gaskets

Flared surfaces of identical materials

(PTFE/PFA) do not require gaskets.

Gaskets are only needed for connec-

tions frequently undone or for

connections to other materials such

as metal, glass, enamel, etc.

Lined pipes and fittings may not be

welded, as the high temperature will

destroy the plastic.

4.3 Torques (for Class 150)

When using smooth-running and

greased screws and nuts we recom

mend the torques in the table below.

The torque wrench should be used in

a cross manner. Torques for other

pressure rates available upon equest.

4.4 Welding operations

Lined pipes and fittings may not be

welded, as the high temperature

will destroy the plastic.

Diameter n. Bolts Torque in

NPS Class 150 ft-lbs Nm

½" 4 x ½" 10 14

¾" 4 x ½" 10 14

1" 4 x ½" 10 14

1½" 4 x ½" 15 22

2" 4 x ½" 25 35

2½" 4 x " 33 46

3" 4 x " 40 58

4" 8 x " 30 42

5" 8 x ¾" 45 63

6" 8 x ¾" 60 84

8" 8 x ¾" 75 105

10" 12 x " 70 100

12" 12 x " 90 125

14" 12 x 1" 152 210

16" 16 x 1" 143 198

4.5 Vent holes

Vent holes should at all times be kept

open. Care should be taken not to clog

them with paint or insulating material.

4.6 Permeation and diffusion

The term permeation defines the trans-

port of medium through the lining.

Permeation is caused by two physical

incidents:

firstly, the diffusion of the medium

through the spaces between the mole

cules of the plastic; secondly, the solubi-

lity of the medium in the polymer

(absorption).

Diffusion can be decreased by the choice

of suitable types of PTFE, by increasing

the liner thickness and by using higher

levels of crystallinity. However, this

increases the risk of cracks caused by

strain. To ensure optimal product safety

all aspects have to taken into

consideration.

Absorption defines the diffusion of

medium into the liner. Cyclical stress

due to temperature or pressure leads

to elongation mechanisms which

cause aggregations of medium and

even blisters. Isolation of those piping

parts can avoid or reduce those effects

considerably.

Details for assembly and operating

instructions can be found in our data

sheet FB 03.4ae ANSI Assembly and

operating instructions.


5. Chemical Resistance

5.1 PTFE has a universal chemical resistance

against almost all chemicals and solvents within

its continuous operating temperature — with the

exception of molten alkalis, elementary fluorine

and certain halogenes

5.2 PFA identical with PTFE (5.1)

5.3 PP Please refer to the manufacturer's information.

6. Product development

This documentation is based on the experience

we have gained up to now, it is intended to provide

the user with advice.

All information is to the best of our knowledge

and believed to be correct and given without

responsibility.

We assume no liability with respect to the execution

and nature of our products as well as their

performance.

We reserve the right to make technical changes

resulting from the further development of our

products without giving prior notice.

Edition 2010

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