China OEM DN25 Coupling Half 3000# Sw ASTM A182 Gr F51 Socket Coupling

Product Description

DN25 coupling half,3000# SW ASTM A182 GR F51

Product Parameters

 

Product Name

  Pipe coupling

Size

1/8″-4″ 

Standard

ANSI B16.11

Pressure

2000lbs, 3000lbs,6000lbs, 9000lbs

Type

full coupling or half coupling

    End   Threaded or socket welded

Process

Forged

Surface

 CNC machined, anti-rust oil, HDG(hot dip galv.)

Material

Carbon steel: A105, A350 LF2,etc.

Pipeline steel: ASTM 694 f42, f52, f60, f65,f70 and etc.

  Stainless steel: A182F304/304L, A182 F316/316L, A182F321,  A182F310S, A182F347H, A182F316Ti,  317/317L,  904L,  1.4301, 1.4307, 1.4401, 1.4571, 1.4541, 254Mo and etc.
 Duplex stainless steel: ASTM A182 F51, F53,F55, UNS31803, SAF2205, UNS32205,  UNS32750 , UNS32760, 1.4462,1.4410,1.4501 and etc.
  Nickel alloy: inconel600, inconel625, inconel690, incoloy800, incoloy 825, incoloy 800H,C22, C-276, Monel400, Alloy20 etc.

Cr-Mo alloy steel: A182 f11,f22,f5,f9,f91, 10CrMo9-10, 16Mo3 etc.

Application

Petrochemical industry;aviation and aerospace industry;pharmaceutical industry,gas exhaust; power plant;ship building;  water treatment, etc.

Advantages

ready stock,faster delivery time;available in all sizes,customized;high quality

 

Detailed Photos

End can be socket weld or thread

 

Marking

Various marking can be curved, or painting by laser on your request. We accept to mark your LOGO

 

Inspection

1. Dimension measurements, all within standard tolerance.
2. Accept Third party inspection
3. Supply MTC, EN15714 3.1/3.2 certificate

 

 

Packaging & Shipping

1. Packed by carton first, then Packed by plywood case as per ISPM15
2. we will put packing list on each package
3. we will put shipping markings on each package. Markings words are on your request.
4. All  wood package materials are fumigation free

 

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Our Advantages

Why Choose us

7*24 service time
trace shippment each week
Professional QC QA team, more than 5 people. Inspect all goods before delivery
REFUND MONEY IF REJECTION BECAUSE OF QUALITY
PAYMENT TERM CAN BE L/C, O/A, T/T

OUR FACTORY SHOW

CZIT GROUP(3 factories, 300+workers, 200 +customers, 20+ years experience)
5000tons production capacity each month, fast delivery.
2000#, 3000#, 2″ and below size, A105 fittings are ready to ship

CERTIFICATE SHOW

CUSTOMER FEEDBACK

What is business for us? Not only for earn money, it is for sharing. To meet more better us together.
For us, customers would like cooperate with us, we are very happy and appreciated. Thank you very much for your trust us. We will do what we promise.
Since we treat business very serious, customers would like establish long term relationship with us. And when they gave us FIVE STAR comments, we really very very moved. We will do our best to do more better.


OUR PROJECTS SHOW

Our products can be used in Petrochemical industry;aviation and aerospace industry;pharmaceutical industry,gas exhaust; power plant;ship building;  water treatment, etc.
Here is some projects samples for your reference.

 

FAQ

FAQ
 
Q: Can you supply Form e, Certificate of origin? 
A: Yes, we can supply. 
 
Q: Can you supply invoice and CO with chamber of commerce? 
A: Yes, we can supply. 
 
Q: Can you accept L/C deferred 30, 60, 90days? 
A: We can. 
 
Q: Can you accept O/A payment? 
A: We can. 
 
Q: Can you supply samples? 
A: Yes, some samples are free.
 
Q: Can you supply the products which comply with NACE? 
A: Yes, we can.
 
Q: Can you visit your factory
A: Yes, sure. Welcome.
 
Q: Can you inspect the goods before delivery
A: Yes, sure. Welcome to our factory inspect the goods. Also accept third party inspection, such as SGS, TUV, BV etc.
 
Q: Can you supply MTC , EN15714 3.1/3.2 certificate?
A: Yes, sure. we can
 
Q: Do you have ISO
A: Yes, we have
 
Q: Can you accept OEM?
A: Yes, we can
 
Q: Can you accept marking our LOGO?
A: Yes, we can
 
Q: What is your MOQ?
A: 1pcs for standard fittings and flanges. 
 
Q: Can you support to design our piping system?
A: Yes, we would like to your partner and our engineer will help.
 
Q: Can you offer data sheet and drawing?
A: Yes, we can
 
Q: Can you ship by carrier or airline?
A: Yes, we can. And we also can ship by train
 
Q: Can you combine your order with other supplier?  Then ship together?
A: Yes, we can. We would like help you ship together to save your time and money
 
Q: Can you shorten delivery time?
A: If very very urgent, please confirm with sales. We would like arrange extra-working time for you.
 
Q: Can you marking on package as per IPPC?
A: Yes, we can
 
Q: Can you mark “MADE IN CHINA” on products and packing?
A: Yes, we can
 
Q: Can you supply semi-finished products? 
A: Yes, we can
 
Q: We need some test sample pieces for each heat number, Can you supply?
A: Yes, we can
 
Q: Can you supply heat treatment report?
A: Yes, we can

 

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How do you Properly Install and Secure a Half Coupling to Ensure a Leak-Free Connection?

Properly installing and securing a half coupling is essential to ensure a leak-free and reliable connection in piping and plumbing systems. Follow these steps to achieve a secure joint:

  1. Cut and Prepare the Pipe: Start by cutting the larger pipe to the desired length, ensuring a clean and even edge. Use a deburring tool or file to remove any sharp edges or burrs that could interfere with the coupling’s sealing surface.
  2. Check Threads and Fit: For threaded half couplings, inspect the internal threads of the coupling and the external threads of the pipe. Make sure they are clean and free from debris or damage. Ensure that the threads match and fit properly, as any misalignment can lead to leaks.
  3. Apply Thread Sealant: Before attaching the half coupling, apply a suitable thread sealant, such as Teflon tape or pipe dope, to the male threads of the pipe. The sealant helps prevent leaks by filling any gaps or imperfections in the threads.
  4. Attach the Half Coupling: Thread the half coupling onto the pipe’s male threads carefully. Use a wrench to ensure a snug fit, but avoid over-tightening, as it may damage the threads or cause stress on the joint.
  5. For Socket Weld or Butt Weld Couplings: For socket weld half couplings, insert the smaller pipe into the coupling’s socket and align it properly. For butt weld half couplings, weld the coupling to the larger pipe’s end with proper welding techniques and safety measures. Follow industry standards for welding procedures and ensure a smooth and consistent weld for a leak-free joint.
  6. Check for Leaks: After installation, perform a leak test to ensure the joint is secure. Apply a pressure test or use a suitable leak-detection method to verify the connection’s integrity. If any leaks are detected, disassemble the joint, inspect for issues, and reassemble following the proper steps.
  7. Consider Thermal Expansion: In applications with temperature variations, consider the thermal expansion and contraction of the pipes. Provide sufficient flexibility in the system to accommodate these changes and prevent stress on the joints, which could lead to leaks over time.
  8. Follow Manufacturer’s Instructions: Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations for the specific type and material of the half coupling being used. Different couplings may have unique installation requirements and torque specifications.

Proper installation and securing of a half coupling are crucial for maintaining the integrity of the piping or plumbing system and ensuring a leak-free connection. Following these steps and adhering to industry standards will help achieve a reliable and durable joint.

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What are the Differences Between Half Couplings and Full Couplings in Pipe Fittings?

In pipe fittings, both half couplings and full couplings serve the purpose of joining two pipes together, but they differ in their design and applications. Here are the key differences between half couplings and full couplings:

  • Design: The main difference lies in their design. A half coupling has one end with internal threads or a socket, allowing it to be connected to a threaded pipe or inserted into the end of a pipe without threading. The other end of the half coupling is an open end, ready to be welded or threaded to another pipe. On the other hand, a full coupling has both ends with female threads, enabling it to connect two threaded pipes directly without the need for welding.
  • Function: Half couplings are commonly used to create a joint between a pipe and a component such as a valve, pump, or pressure gauge. The open end of the half coupling facilitates easy attachment to the component, while the threaded or socketed end connects to the pipe. On the other hand, full couplings are used when a direct, rigid connection between two pipes is needed, providing a continuous flow path without any interruptions.
  • Application: Half couplings are frequently used in situations where frequent disassembly or maintenance may be required. For example, in systems with valves that need periodic inspection or replacement, a half coupling allows for easy removal without disturbing the entire pipeline. Full couplings, on the other hand, are more suitable for applications where a permanent, leak-proof connection is needed, such as in pressurized systems or critical process pipelines.
  • Length: Full couplings are typically longer than half couplings because they need to accommodate two threaded ends, while half couplings have one threaded or socketed end and an open end, making them shorter in length.
  • Installation: The installation process differs for half and full couplings. Half couplings are welded or threaded onto one pipe end and then connected to another pipe or component using welding or threading, respectively. Full couplings, on the other hand, directly join two pipes with threaded ends, requiring no additional welding or threading.
  • Flexibility: Half couplings offer more flexibility due to their ability to connect to different types of components or pipes with varying end connections. Full couplings are less flexible in this regard, as they can only join two threaded pipes together.

Overall, the choice between half couplings and full couplings depends on the specific requirements of the piping system, including the need for temporary connections, the type of components being attached, the nature of the fluid being transported, and the desired level of joint permanence and flexibility.

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What is a Half Coupling and How is it Used in Piping and Plumbing Systems?

A half coupling is a type of pipe fitting used in piping and plumbing systems to connect two pipes of different sizes. It is a short, threaded piece with one end designed to be welded or screwed onto a larger pipe, and the other end allows for the attachment of a smaller pipe. The half coupling has internal threads on one end and a plain or beveled surface on the other end.

Half couplings are typically made from materials such as stainless steel, carbon steel, brass, or other suitable alloys, depending on the application and the medium being transported through the pipes.

In piping systems, half couplings are used for various purposes:

  1. Reducing Pipe Size: One common use of half couplings is to reduce the pipe size at a specific point in the system. For example, when a large pipe needs to be connected to a smaller pipe, a half coupling can be employed to create a smooth transition.
  2. Connection Points: Half couplings are often used at connection points where equipment, valves, or instruments are attached to the pipeline. They provide a secure and leak-proof joint.
  3. Repair and Maintenance: In the event of a pipe section damage, a half coupling can be used to cut out the damaged portion and replace it with a new pipe, facilitating quick repairs without the need to replace the entire pipeline.

The installation of a half coupling involves a few simple steps:

  1. Cutting and Preparing the Pipe: The larger pipe, to which the half coupling will be attached, is cut to the desired length, and the edge is cleaned and beveled to ensure a proper welding or threading joint.
  2. Attaching the Half Coupling: The half coupling is then welded or screwed onto the larger pipe end. For welding, proper welding techniques and safety measures must be followed to achieve a strong, reliable joint.
  3. Connecting the Smaller Pipe: The smaller pipe is threaded or inserted into the other end of the half coupling. The connection is tightened to ensure a secure fit, and sealing materials like Teflon tape or thread sealant may be used to prevent leaks.

In plumbing systems, half couplings serve similar functions, connecting different pipes or fixtures of various sizes. The installation process may vary slightly, depending on the type of plumbing materials and the specific application.

In summary, half couplings are essential components in piping and plumbing systems, enabling the connection of pipes with different diameters and facilitating repairs or adding connection points with ease and efficiency.

China OEM DN25 Coupling Half 3000# Sw ASTM A182 Gr F51 Socket Coupling  China OEM DN25 Coupling Half 3000# Sw ASTM A182 Gr F51 Socket Coupling
editor by CX 2024-05-14

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