Pipe fittings are used in a piping system so that the pipe can change direction. they are used for branching as well as facilitating different pipe sizes to be connected. There are many different types of fittings and they are the same in all sizes and schedules as the pipe that they connect to.
There are three types of fittings; Butt Weld (BW), Socket Weld (SW) and Threaded (THD).
BW fittings are specified with a Wall Thickness (WT).
Socket Weld (SW) fittings are supplied in classes 3000, 6000 and 9000.
Threaded (THD) fittings are supplied in classes 2000, 3000 and 6000.
Elbow – 90° Long & Short Radius
Elbow – 45° Long & Short Radius
Elbow – 180° Long & Short Radius
Tee – Straight & Reducing
Reducer – Concentric & Eccentric
Lap Joint Stub End
Lateral – 45°
Duplex Stainless Steel – UNS S31803/F51
Super Duplex Stainless Steel – UNS S32750/F53 & S32760/F55
6% Moly – UNS S31254 (254 SMO) / F44
Nickel Alloys – Alloy 400, 625, 800 & 825
Titanium – Grades 1 & 2
Stainless Steel – 304/304L, 316/316L, 317 & 321
High Yield Carbon – X52, X60, X65 & X70 – F52, F60, F65 & F70 – 4130 & 4140
CuNi 90/10 & 70/30 EEMUA
*Additional requirements on request