Pipe Fittings


A pipe fitting is defined as a part used in a piping system, for changing direction, branching or for change of pipediameter, and which is mechanically joined to the system. There are many different types of fittings and they arethe samein all sizesandschedulesasthepipe.

Buttweld Fittings (BW) Sch 10- Sch 16 Socketweld Fittings (SW) 3000#, 6000# Threaded/ Screwed Fittings (THD/ SCRD) 3000#, 6000# Olet Fittings Sch 20-160
900Elbows Elbows Elbows Weldolet
450Elbows Tees Tees Sockolet
Tees Reducers Reducers Nipolet
Reducers Plugs Plugs Threadolet
EndCaps Couplings Couplings Latrolet
StubEnds Bushings Bushings Elbowlet
1800Bends Bushings Unions
3D,5D,7DBends Unions Sockets

Sizes :

1. ½” – 72” (For BW Fittings)

2. ½” – 4” (For Threaded and SW Fittings)

Material of Construction : Carbon steel, Stainless steel, Cast Iron, Alloy Steel etc.

Standards : ASME, IS, MSS

Schedule : 10 to 160

Class : 2000#, 3000#, 6000#, 9000#

Lined Fittings

In addition, fittings, like pipes, for specific purposes can be internally lined with material able to withstand chemical

attack which permits it to carry corrosive fluids. Internal layers can be: glass, various plastics, concrete etc., also coatings, like Epoxy, Bituminous Asphalt, Zinc, etc.

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