Standard: EN10242 / ANSI / ASME B16.3 / DIN2950 / IS0 49 / NBR6943 / IS1879 / BS EN10242
Threaded Standard: EN10226 / ASME B.1.20.1 / DIN2999 / ISO7-1 / ISO228 / IS554 / BS EN10226
Work Pressures: PN25 / 2.5Mpa / 363PSI /CLASS 150 / 25Bar
UL Listed /FM Approved /CE /ABNT /TSE /SNI /ISI
Maximum Pressure: 25 BAR (363PSI) (2.5MPA) CLASS 150
Maximum Temperature: 200°C (392°F)
Tensile Strength: 350MPA
Hardness: HB150 (Brinell)
Elongation Rate: 10%
Suitable Applications: Water, Oil, Gas, Petro-Chemical
Material: Malleable Iron
Galvanized pipe fittings refer to the treatment of galvanized pipe fittings. The base of the pipe and molten bath have complex physical and chemical reactions, forming a zinc ferroalloy layer with a close corrosion-resistant structure.
The alloy layer is integrated with a pure zinc layer and pipe base. Therefore, it has strong corrosion resistance. The main purpose of galvanizing is to enhance the corrosion resistance of pipe fittings. Hot-dip galvanized pipe fittings are mainly used for conveying gas, heating, and other pipeline projects. If the steel pipe body needs to be galvanized anti-corrosion treatment, the corresponding connecting pipe fittings should also be galvanized.
The main production process of hot dip galvanized pipe fittings is as follows: Degreasing → Rinsing → Pickling → Cleaning → Fluxing→ Hot air drying → Hot-dipped galvanizing → Cooling →Passivation and Rinsing.
Difference between hot dipped galvanized pipe fittings and electro galvanized pipe fittings:
Hot dipped galvanized pipe fittings:thick zinc layer, uniform zinc layer on the inner and outer walls, long service life.
Electro galvanized pipe fittings:thin zinc layer, smooth and beautiful surface, lower cost, but inner surface zinc layer is too thin.