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ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSStainless steel tube and fittingsAs-welded (AW) tubeStainless steel tube is typically specified by OD (outside diameter), WT(wall thickness), grade, condition and surface finish.It is resistant to many forms of corrosion, has hygienic sterile properties, highquality aesthetic appeal and exceptional strength.Tube is manufactured in round, square and rectangular sections in a variety of wallthicknesses and usually by the processes of longitudinal welding, hot and cold drawing(seamless) or spiral welding.Finishes or appearance range from unpolished to highly polished. Unpolished has a2B mill finish, standard polished is a finely grit polished finish and there is a finer buffedfinish giving close to a mirror appearance. Finishes are selected to suit application andaesthetic appeal.Stainless steel tube can be joined by welding, which facilitates rigidity in construction,or by the use of mechanical fittings which enables dismantling for hygienic cleaning.Tube is usually annealed if extensive forming and bending is required, such as forbending or expanding. The tubular products system incorporates a comprehensive rangeof stainless steel fittings in the form of elbows, tees, reducers and flanges in varioussizes, wall thickness, grades and finishes to suit tube dimensions and tolerances.Decorative & Structural Tube – This tubing is produced direct off the continuous tubewelding mill, using cold rolled stainless steel strip made to ASTM standards, with tubeproduced to commercial limits of straightness in standard or specific customer lengths.AW tube has a higher yield point than annealed tube and is generally used for structuraland decorative applications in mildly corrosive conditions. It is not suitable forapplications requiring significant flaring, expanding or bending, nor for pressureapplications. AW tube is also available with rebate slots for support of architectural glasspanels.Manufacturing specification: ASTM A554.Food Quality Tube – As-welded food quality tube is stocked by Atlas Steels. This tube at thepoint of manufacture goes through a process where the internal weld bead is rolled. The resultis an improved internal finish along the weld, reducing the chance of a crevice where liquid orfood product may be trapped. This assists with ‘clean in place’ (CIP) environment food andbeverage process lines or other applications such as the pharmaceutical industry. Furtherassurance of reliability of food tube comes from the 100% weld NDT mandatory for thisproduct.Manufacturing specification: AS 1528.As-welded annealed (AWA) tubeThis tube is produced by the same process as AW tube but is annealed to relieve stressesand improve ductility. Bright annealing is carried out in a controlled-atmosphere furnace,so that no oxide or scale is formed on the surface.Annealing both increases the corrosion resistance and softens the tube which allowssevere manipulation such as bending, expanding and forming.Manufacturing specification: ASTM A2691S5Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSCold worked annealed (CWA) tubeThis tube is typically destined for heat exchanger applications and is produced ina similar way to AWA product except that the internal bead is rolled flush withthe inside tube surface prior to annealing. Because of the critical end use this tubeundergoes extensive testing as part of the manufacturing process.Manufacturing specification: ASTM A249M.Cold drawn seamless (CDS) tubeThis tube is produced by drawing from hollow billets. It is usually supplied in theannealed and pickled condition and used where service conditions involve high pressureand corrosive conditions and where good surface finish and close tolerances arerequired, e.g. heat exchanger and condenser tubing, instrumentation tubing and somerefinery applications.Manufacturing specification: ASTM A269 for general service. ASTM A213M for heatexchanger service and A268 for Ferritic and Martensitic tubes.Spiral welded tubeThis tube is produced by the helical forming and automatic welding of a continuous stripof stainless steel.Typical applications include water and pulp in paper mills, product and effluent lines inchemical processing, water lines for brewing, dust fume extraction, furnace and boilerflues, stormwater down-pipes in high-rise applications and ventilation ducts andcondensation lines for airconditioning.Manufacturing specification: generally to ASTM A778, except for mechanicalproperties.Grades:Austenitic: 304, 304L, 316, 316L, 321.Ferritic: 409.Duplex: 2205.2S5Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSStainless steel round tube – Specifications refer p1-2Product range, dimensions, theoretical weights and method of manufacturingAs welded (AW) As welded annealed (AWA) Cold drawn seamless (CDS) Cold worked annealed (CWA)OD of tubeWeight(kg/m)304 316 304 316 304 316 304/304L 316/316L 2205Wallthickness(mm)mm inches4.763 /16 0.50 0.050.70 0.070.90 0.096.351 /4 0.50 0.070.70 0.100.90 0.121.20 0.151.60 0.197.945 /16 0.50 0.090.70 0.130.90 0.161.20 0.201.60 0.259.523 /8 0.50 0.110.70 0.15FD0.90 0.191.20 0.251.60 0.3212.701 /2 0.50 0.150.70 0.210.90 0.26FDFD1.20 0.34FDFD1.60 0.442.00 0.53Cold Worked Annealed (CWA)Tube finishes Tube is stocked in three different finishes: unpolished, 320 grit polished and 600 grit highly polished.Tube in 304/304L, 316/316L, 2205 is available on indent only.Food grade (FD) Marked as ‘FD’ indicates an additional stock range of tube suitable for use in a food processing operation.The tube is weld bead removed internally.3S5Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSStainless steel round tube – Specifications refer p1-24S5Product range, dimensions, theoretical weights and method of manufacturingAs welded (AW) As welded annealed (AWA) Cold drawn seamless (CDS) Cold worked annealed (CWA)OD of tubeWeight(kg/m)304 316 304 316 304 316 304/304L 316/316L 2205Wallthickness(mm)mm inches15.885 /8 0.50 0.190.70 0.270.90 0.34FD1.20 0.43FD1.60 0.562.00 0.6919.053 /4 0.50 0.230.70 0.320.90 0.41FD1.20 0.53FDFD1.60 0.692.00 0.843.25 1.2722.227 /8 0.90 0.481.20 0.62FD1.60 0.8125.40 1 0.50 0.310.70 0.430.90 0.55FD1.20 0.72FDFD1.60 0.942.00 1.152.60 1.493.20 1.78Cold Worked Annealed (CWA)Tube finishes Tube is stocked in three different finishes: unpolished, 320 grit polished and 600 grit highly polished.Tube in 304/304L, 316/316L, 2205 is available on indent only.Food grade (FD) Marked as ‘FD’ indicates an additional stock range of tube suitable for use in a food processing operation.The tube is weld bead removed internally.Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSStainless steel round tube – Specifications refer p1-2Product range, dimensions, theoretical weights and method of manufacturingAs welded (AW) As welded annealed (AWA) Cold drawn seamless (CDS) Cold worked annealed (CWA)OD of tubeWeight(kg/m)304 316 304 316 304 316 304/304L 316/316L 2205Wallthickness(mm)mm inches28.58 1 1 /8 1.20 0.821.60 1.0831.75 1 1 /4 0.90 0.69FD1.20 0.90FDFD1.60 1.192.00 1.472.60 1.893.20 2.2934.92 1 3 /8 0.90 0.771.20 1.0138.10 1 1 /2 0.90 0.831.20 1.09FDFD1.60 1.442.00 1.782.60 2.283.20 2.8044.45 1 3 /4 0.90 0.981.20 1.281.60 1.692.00 2.092.60 2.683.20 3.25Cold Worked Annealed (CWA)Tube finishes Tube is stocked in three different finishes: unpolished, 320 grit polished and 600 grit highly polished.Tube in 304/304L, 316/316L, 2205 is available on indent only.Food grade (FD) Marked as ‘FD’ indicates an additional stock range of tube suitable for use in a food processing operation.The tube is weld bead removed internally.5S5Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSStainless steel round tube – Specifications refer p1-26S5Product range, dimensions, theoretical weights and method of manufacturingAs welded (AW) As welded annealed (AWA) Cold drawn seamless (CDS) Cold worked annealed (CWA)OD of tubeWeight(kg/m)304 316 304 316 304 316 304/304L 316/316L 2205Wallthickness(mm)mm inches50.80 2 0.90 1.121.20 1.47FD FD1.60 1.942.00 2.412.60 3.093.20 3.7663.50 2 1 /2 1.20 1.84FDFD1.60 2.442.00 3.032.60 3.903.20 4.7676.20 3 1.20 2.22FDFD1.60 2.942.00 3.662.60 4.723.20 5.7688.90 3 1 /2 1.60 3.442.00 4.292.60 5.533.20 6.76FDFD101.60 4 1.60 3.952.00 4.912.60 6.353.20 7.76Cold Worked Annealed (CWA)Tube finishes Tube is stocked in three different finishes: unpolished, 320 grit polished and 600 grit highly polished.Tube in 304/304L, 316/316L, 2205 is available on indent only.Food grade (FD) Marked as ‘FD’ indicates an additional stock range of tube suitable for use in a food processing operation.The tube is weld bead removed internally.Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSStainless steel round tube – Specifications refer p1-2Stock range, dimensions, theoretical weights and method of manufacturingAs welded (AW) As welded annealed (AWA) Cold drawn seamless (CDS) Cold worked annealed (CWA)OD of tubeWeight(kg/m)304 316 304 316 304 316 304/304L 316/316L 2205Wallthickness(mm)mm inchesFD127.0 5 1.60 4.952.00 6.162.60 7.983.20 9.77FDFD152.4 6 1.60 5.952.00 7.422.60 9.603.20 11.84203.2 8 1.60 7.95FD2.00 9.92Cold Worked Annealed (CWA)Tube finishes Tube is stocked in three different finishes: unpolished, 320 grit polished and 600 grit (highly polished).Tube in 304/304L, 316/316L, 2205 is available on indent only.Food grade (FD) Marked as ‘FD’ indicates an additional stock range of tube suitable for use in a food processing operation.The tube is weld bead removed internally.Cold Worked Annealed (CWA)Tube in 304/304L, 316/316L, 2205 is available on indent only.Slotted TubeTubes with 15 x 15mm rebated slots are available for support of architectural glass panels.Configurations: single slot, double at 90º, double at 180ºGrades: 304, 316Finishes: 320#, 600#Sizes: 50.8, 63.5, 76.2mm7S5Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSStainless steel square tube – Specifications refer p1-2Mostly stocked in 304, more common sizes in both 304 and 316. Finish: polished for all stock.Product size range and weight (kg/m)mm12.70Dimensionsinches 0.91/ 20.33Wall thickness (mm)1.2 1.6 2.0 2.50.450.5615.885/ 80.400.550.7019.053/ 40.540.730.9622.227/ 80.570.801.0225.4010.670.931.221.4931.751 1 / 40.691.231.602.0238.101 1 / 20.831.421.852.3350.8021.121.902.463.133.0363.502 1 / 23.163.923.7976.2034.804.54101.646.466.06152.46Stainless steel structural square tube – Specifications refer p1-2Mostly stocked in 304, more common sizes in both 304 and 316. Finish: polished for all stock.Product size range and weight (kg/m)Dimensionsmm2521.502.22Wall thickness (mm)3 4 5402.453.764.81503.084.475.967.41603.715.677.228.90804.996.879.8212.401006.409.2312.4015.3815014.0618.6222.40Note: “Polished” finish of square and rectangular tube is grit abrasive finished in the longitudinal direction.8S5Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSGrade 304 stainless steel rectangular tube – Specifications refer p1-2. Finish: polished.Dimensionsmm inches25.40 x 12.70 1 x 1 / 2Product size range and weight (kg/m)Rectangular Setical tube Weights (kg)Rectangular hollowWall thickness (mm)Wall thickness (mm)0.9 1.2 1.6 23450.54 0.72 0.94Dimensions(mm)31.75 x 12.701 1 / 4 x 1 / 20.600.791.041.2838.10 x 25.401 1 / 2 x 11.001.602.022.8540 x 2550.80 x 25.402 x 11.411.852.343.4650 x 2550.80 x 38.102 x 1 1 / 21.642.182.704.1250 x 4063.50 x 38.102 1 / 2 x 1 1 / 22.523.144.655.9660 x 4076.20 x 25.403 x 12.663.3976.20 x 38.103 x 1 1 / 22.993.675.437.228.9080 x 4076.20 x 50.803 x 23.805.938.5010.6380 x 50101.6 x 50.804 x 24.606.959.0911.24100 x 50152.4 x 76.206 x 311.2515.0518.80150 x 80152.4 x 101.66 x 412.2616.3520.40150 x 100203.2 x 101.68 x 414.0618.6222.40200 x 100Grade 304 and 316 stainless steel spiral welded tube – Specifications refer p1-2Product size range and weight (kg/m)Dimensions (OD)Wall thickness (mm)mm inches 1.6 2 2.5 3 3.5 476.20 33.003.80101.644.005.006.30127.055.006.307.909.50152.466.107.609.5011.4013.20203.288.1010.1012.6015.1017.7020.20254.01010.1012.6015.8018.9022.1025.20304.81212.1015.1018.9022.7026.5030.30355.61414.1017.7022.1026.5030.9035.30406.41616.1020.2025.2030.3035.3040.40457.21818.2022.7028.4034.1039.7045.40508.02020.2025.2031.5037.8044.1050.50558.82222.2027.7034.7041.6048.6055.50609.62430.3037.8045.4053.0060.50762.03037.8047.3056.8066.2075.701016.04075.7088.30100.909S5Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSTube fittingsComplementing our stock of round tube is a range of tube fittings. The more commontube fittings include bends, tees, reducing tees, eccentric and concentric reducers, BSMunions and tube clamps.Tube bends – Bends are generally stocked as 45, 90 or 180 degree. Three commonmanufacturing processes are pulled bends (cold drawn bend), pressed bends and lobsterback bends. The process of manufacturing often relates to the diameter of the tube andthe thickness of material used. Up to and including 152.4mm the bends are generallypulled, by far the most commonly supplied bends. Pressed bends can be from 101.6 to305mm OD. Lobster back bends are generally supplied in diameters 101.6mm andabove and these bends are used generally to suit spiral welded tube.To maintain a level of quality and consistency Atlas stocks pulled bends with anextended leg. The importance of this style of bend ensures each end of the bend isfinished off true and accurate. The extended leg gives the ability to maintain the originalcircularity of the tube and a precise 45 or 90 degree radius measured from across theend face of the bends.45 degree 90 degree180 degreeTees – Two common processes of manufacturing are welded or pulled tees. To maintainproduct quality and consistency welded tees are stocked as opposed to pulled tees.Tees are stocked in two forms; equal or reducing. An equal tee has all three branches ofthe tee equal in diameter. A reducing tee has a reduced diameter of tube on the branchsection of the tee.Equal teeReducing teeAs tube fittings are often used in the food industry and hygiene is important many ofthese fittings are stocked in a polished finish.10S5Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSStainless steel butt welding tube fittingsCommonly stocked as 304 and 316. Finish: polished or unpolished.Product size range and weight (kg)mmDimensionsODinchesBends45 degreeWall thickness (mm)1.6 2 1.6Bends90 degreeBends180 degreeEqualteeWall thickness (mm) Wall thickness (mm) Wall thickness (mm)2 1.6 2 1.6 29.523/ 80.010.010.010.010.010.010.030.0412.701/ 20.010.010.010.010.010.010.050.0519.053/ 40.020.020.020.030.030.030.080.0925.4010.030.040.040.040.050.060.130.1531.751 1 / 40.050.060.060.070.080.090.200.2538.101 1 / 20.070.080.080.100.110.130.300.3850.8050.120.150.150.180.200.240.500.6563.502 1 / 20.180.230.230.290.310.380.801.1076.2030.270.330.340.420.450.561.101.50101.640.480.600.600.750.801.001.602.30127.050.750.940.951.171.261.571.803.80152.461.091.361.361.71.812.262.805.40203.281.942.422.423.023.234.033.508.40254.0102.903.493.504.504.705.054.309.90Usual stock range is 1.6mm wall thickness up to 127mm diameter, and 2.0mm wall thickness for large sizes.11S5Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSStainless steel reducing tube fittingsCommonly stocked as 316. Finish: polished.Product size range and weight (kg)DimensionsODConreducerEccreducerWall thickness (mm)ReducingteesDimensionsODConreducerEccreducerWall thickness (mm)Reducingteesmmmm1.6 1.6 1.6mmmm1.6 1.6 1.619.0512.700.020.020.0876.2050.800.250.251.1025.4012.700.040.040.1376.2063.500.250.251.1025.4019.050.040.040.13101.625.400.300.301.6031.7512.700.050.050.20101.638.100.300.301.6031.7525.400.050.050.20101.650.800.300.301.6038.1012.700.050.050.30101.663.500.300.301.6038.1019.050.050.050.30101.676.200.300.301.6038.1025.400.050.050.30127.050.800.600.601.8038.1031.750.050.050.30127.063.500.600.601.8050.8012.700.100.100.50127.076.200.600.601.8050.8019.050.100.100.50127.0101.60.600.601.8050.8025.400.100.100.50152.450.800.700.702.8050.8031.750.100.100.50152.463.500.700.702.8050.8038.100.100.100.50152.476.200.700.702.8063.5025.400.100.100.80152.4101.60.700.702.8063.5038.100.100.100.80152.4127.00.700.702.8063.5050.800.100.100.80203.2101.61.601.603.5076.2025.400.250.251.10203.2127.01.601.603.5076.2031.750.250.251.10203.2152.41.601.603.5076.2038.100.250.251.10Con reducer Ecc reducer Interlocking clamp Foot 25 x 50mm Foot 65mm dia.Stainless steel plain tube clamps(mm) 25.40 31.75 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 88.90 101.6 127.0 152.4 203.2(inches) 1 1 1 / 4 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 3 1 / 2 4 5 6 8Stainless steel feet and plastic inserts12S5Plastic inserts to suit square tube 25.40, 31.75, 38.10 –Stainless steel feet machine adjust tread with base 50mm or 63.5mm.Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSBSM unionsBritish Standard Milk (BSM) stainless steel unions were designed specifically for tubeinstallation in the dairy industry, but they are now commonly used in food and beverageprocessing and the pharmaceutical industries where crevice-free hygienic conditions arerequired. A commonly used term is ‘CIP’ which comes from the phrase Clean In Place.LinerNutRJT (Ring Joint Type) – often referred to as a standard union comprises an‘O’ ring style gasket. This leaves a small crevice internally where the linerand male part of the union overlap, this is not suitable for permanent CIP.GasketMale PartLinerNutCIP (Australian style) – developed from a RJT union, features a gasketgiving the desirable characteristics for CIP installation. The gasket fills thecrevice between the liner and male part of the union.GasketMale PartLinerNutMale PartGasketCIPFF – the FF stands for ‘Flat Face’ and refers to a BSM modified unionsupporting CIP installations. The gasket is moulded completely filling thecrevice between the liner and male part and allows a small lip to give aflush finish on the ID of the fitting. The liner and male parts of this unionhave been modified creating a flat face style sealed with a flat face gasket.A flat faced liner and male part used in a CIPFF union are shaped differentlyto that used in an RJT or CIP union.Note: Temperature rating of EPDM “E” gasket material is -51ºC to 148ºC.13S5Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSBSM unionsUnion (complete) RJT, CIP and CIPFF(mm) 25.40 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 101.6 152.4(inches)Weight (kg)1 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 4 60.41 0.45 0.61 0.71 1.01 1.41 1.71Liners – Grade 316 RJT, CIP and CIPFF(mm) 25.40 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 101.6 152.4(inches)Weight (kg)1 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 4 60.10 0.10 0.15 0.20 0.30 0.40 0.50Male parts – Grade 316 RJT, CIP and CIPFF(mm) 25.40 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 101.6 152.4(inches)Weight (kg)1 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 4 60.10 0.10 0.15 0.20 0.30 0.40 0.50Gaskets – EPDM rubber – RJT, CIP and CIPFF(mm) 25.40 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 101.6 152.4(inches)Weight (kg)1 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 4 60.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01Blank caps – Grade 316(mm) 25.40 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 101.6 152.4(inches)Weight (kg)1 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 4 60.10 0.10 0.20 0.25 0.30 0.40 0.60Blank nuts – Grade 304(mm) 25.40 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 101.6 152.4(inches)Weight (kg)1 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 4 60.20 0.20 0.30 0.30 0.40 0.60 0.70Hex nut – Grade 304(mm) 25.40 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 101.6 152.4(inches)Weight (kg)1 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 4 60.20 0.20 0.30 0.30 0.40 0.60 0.70A range of spanners and valves (ball and butterfly) is also available to match nominaltube dimensions.14S5Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


ATLAS STEELS – PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUALSECTION 5: STAINLESS STEEL TUBE AND FITTINGSTri-clamp stainless steel tube fittingsFerrule unionA tri-clamp is used to eliminate the need for a threaded joining system,employing a hinged clamp instead. The joint is common in CIP installationwhere the seal fills the crevice completely.A range of spanners and valves (ball and butterfly) is also available tomatch nominal tube dimensions.Tri-clamp Unions Complete(mm) 25.40 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 101.6 152.4(inches)Weight (kg)1 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 4 60.4 0.4 0.7 1.1 1.1 1.5 2.4Tri-clamp Ferrule – 316(mm) 25.40 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 101.6 152.4(inches)Weight (kg)1 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 4 60.1 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.4 0.7Tri-clamp Gaskets – EPDM rubber(mm) 25.40 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 101.6 152.4(inches)Weight (kg)1 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 4 60.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01Tri-clamp Clamp – 316(mm) 25.40 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 101.6 152.4(inches)Weight (kg)1 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 4 60.2 0.2 0.3 0.5 0.5 0.7 1.0Tri-clamp Cap – 316(mm) 25.40 38.10 50.80 63.50 76.20 101.6(inches)Weight (kg)1 1 1 / 2 2 2 1 / 2 3 40.1 0.1 0.2 0.25 0.3 0.40Note: Temperature rating of EPDM “E” gasket material is -51ºC to 148ºC.15S5Printed July 2010www.atlassteels.com.au


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