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ASME B16.11 Fittings

Check ANSI B16.11 Threaded Fittings Dimensions and ASME B16.11 Fittings Weight

Rajveer Stainless And Alloys is a large manufacturer and supplier of pipe fittings in different grades, sizes and types. We stock different pipe fittings and the ASME B16.11 Fittings Weight chart could be gained from us. This is a small diameter range of pipes. The ANSI B16 11 Fittings are either forged, threaded or socket welded during production. The standard covers pipes and fittings from ½ inches to 4 inches. These are used in sensitive applications. Our ASME B16.11 Threaded Fittings are used in conditions where welding is not possible or not necessary. The threaded fittings are connected to pipes with male threads with the female threads on the fitting.

ASME B16.11 Fittings

Leading Manufacturer of ASME B16.11 Threaded Fittings & ASME B16.11 Forged Steel Fittings

The ASME B16.11 Forged Steel Fittings are stronger as they are forged from the raw material. The different ANSI B16.11 Threaded Fittings Dimensions allow the fittings be used in different applications. The pipes are used in chemical, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, refineries, oil and gas, water, sea water, marine, food processing and other industries worldwide. There are different pressure ratings to govern the pressure containment capacities of the pipes of this grade and standard. The pressure classes range from 150 to 3000 and more. The ASME B16.11 Class 3000 Pressure Rating indicates that the maximum pressure containment of this particular specification is 3000 LBs. You can contact us for further information on the dimensions, pressure ratings and prices of these pipe fittings.

 

ASME B16.11 Fittings Material Specification

Size 1/8″~4″
Pressure Class 6000LBS, 3000LBS, 9000LBS
Dimension Specifications MSS SP-79, 83, 95, 97, ASME 16.11, BS 3799
Socket Weld Forged Fittings Products Tee, Cross, Union, Elbow 90 Degree, Welding Outlet, Half Coupling, Cap, Boss, Elbow 45 Degree, Coupling, Outlet, Insert

 

ANSI B16.11 Threaded Fittings Dimensions

ANSI B16.11 Threaded Fittings Dimensions

NPS Socket
Bore
Depth
Socket
Bore
DIA
Socket
WT
Body
WT
B J D C G
1/2 21.95
21.70
10 16.6
15
4.65
4.10
3.75
3/4 27.30
27.05
13 21.7
20.2
4.90
4.25
3.90
1 34.05
33.80
13 27.4
25.9
5.70
5.00
4.55
42.80
42.55
13 35.8
34.3
6.05
5.30
4.85
48.90
48.65
13 41.7
40.1
6.35
5.55
5.10
2 61.35
61.10
16 53.5
51.7
6.95
6.05
5.55
74.20
73.80
16 64.2
61.2
8.75
7.65
7.00
3 90.15
89.80
16 79.5
46.4
9.50
8.30
7.60
4 115.80
115.45
19 103.8
100.7
10.70
9.35
8.55
NPS B J D C G
Socket
Bore
Depth
Socket
Bore
DIA
Socket
WT
Body
WT
NPS Center to bottom
of socket
A
90° 45°
1/2 15.5 11.5
3/4 19.5 12.5
1 22 14
27 17
32 21
2 38 25
41.5 29
3 57.5 31.5
4 66.5 41.5
NPS 90° 45°
Center to bottom
of socket
A

 

Manufacturing Standards of ASME B16.11 Forged Steel Fittings

MSS SP-43 Corrosion Resistant Applications, Fabricated and Wrought Butt-Welding Fittings for Low Pressure
ASTM A182 – ASME SA182 Standard Specification for Wrought Austenitic Stainless Steel Piping Fittings
ASME B16.9 Wrought Buttwelding Fittings
ASME B16.11 Socket – Welding and Threaded, Forged Fittings
MSS SP-95 Bull Plugs & Swage(d) Nipples
BS3799 Specification of screwed and Socket-welding, Steel pipe fittings

Why ASME B16.11 coupling, Plug, Reducer and reducing tee known as forged steel fittings?

The couplings, plugs, reducers and reducing tees are all different types of pipe fittings. Pipe fittings could be manufactured with different procedures. The wrought products are used in specific applications and the forged products are used in other specific applications. There are different standards to govern the characteristics and properties. The ASME B16.11 is a standard specification that covers forged steel fittings. So the couplings, plug, reducer and reducing tee in the ASME B16.11 standard are known as forged steel fittings. These are made from a single piece of metal by hammering onto them to get the desired shape of fitting.

You can find the history of ASME B16.11 here http://www.wermac.org/societies/ansi_asme_history_b16-11.html