Plastic Lined Pipe and Fittings

Design Manual

About Resistoflex…

280,000 sq.ft. Headquarters in Marion, NC

Resistoflex GmbH Headquarters in Germany

Resistoflex Asia Headquarters in Singapore

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Resistoflex B.V. in The Netherlands

Resistoflex PLPP Shanghai, China

Table of Contents
About Resistoflex .................................................................................................... 2 Terminology and Standards ..................................................................................... 4 Resistoflex Distribution Network .............................................................................. 5 The Thermalok Process .......................................................................................... 6 The Swaging Process ............................................................................................. 7 Standard Material Specifications ............................................................................. 8 Standard and Custom Coatings .............................................................................. 9 Flange, Pipe, and Liner Data ................................................................................. 10 Pressure and Vacuum Capabilities.........................................................................11 Pipe Spool Dimensions ......................................................................................... 12 Minimum Flanged Spool Lengths .......................................................................... 13 90 Degree Elbows .......................................................................................... 14 - 15 Special Angle Elbows ............................................................................................ 15 45 Degree Elbows ................................................................................................. 16 Equal Tees ............................................................................................................. 17 Reducing Tees ................................................................................................ 18 - 19 Crosses ................................................................................................................. 20 Short Stack Tees and Crosses .............................................................................. 21 Instrument Tees .............................................................................................. 22 - 24 Strainer Tee Assembly ........................................................................................... 25 Lugged Body Instrument Tees ........................................................................ 26 - 28 45 Degree Laterals ................................................................................................ 29 Concentric Reducers ...................................................................................... 30 - 31 Eccentric Reducers ............................................................................................... 32 Ductile Iron Reducing Filler Flanges ..................................................................... 33 Carbon Steel Reducing Filler Flanges ............................................................ 34 - 39 Blind Flanges ......................................................................................................... 40 Spectacle Blind Flanges ........................................................................................ 41 Lined Ring Spacers ............................................................................................... 41 Solid Plastic Spacers ............................................................................................. 42 Bull's Eye Sight Indicators ..................................................................................... 43 90 Degree Elbows ................................................................................................. 44 Reducing 90 Degree Elbows ................................................................................. 45 45 Degree Elbows ................................................................................................. 46 Equal Tees ............................................................................................................. 47 Reducing Tees ................................................................................................ 48 - 49 Strainer Tee ........................................................................................................... 50 Instrument Tees .............................................................................................. 51 - 53 Crosses ................................................................................................................. 54 45 Degree Laterals ................................................................................................ 55 Concentric Reducers ...................................................................................... 56 - 57 Eccentric Reducers ............................................................................................... 58 Reducing Filler Flanges .................................................................................. 59 - 60 Nozzle Liner .......................................................................................................... 61 Thermowell Baffles ................................................................................................ 62 Reinforced Dip Pipes and Spargers ............................................................... 63 - 64 Reducing Filler Flanges for Dip Pipes ................................................................... 65 Solid PTFE Dip Pipes and Spargers ..................................................................... 66 PTFE Mixing Tee Nozzles ..................................................................................... 67 CONQUEST® Flangeless Piping System Design Considerations .................. 68 - 75 MultiAxis® Bent Piping ........................................................................................... 76 CONQUEST® Testing and Verification Data ................................................... 77 - 82 Joint Reduction Technologies - Life Cycle Cost Estimating............................ 83 - 87 HIFTM Adapter ................................................................................................. 88 - 89 Pressure Drop Data ............................................................................................... 90 Flange Bolt Torquing and Pressure Testing .................................................... 91 - 92 Bolt Torque Requirements .............................................................................. 93 - 94 Bolt Length Requirements ..................................................................................... 95 Storage and Maintenance ..................................................................................... 96 Heat Tracing ................................................................................................... 97 - 98 Venting and Insulation ........................................................................................... 99

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Terminology & Standards
LINER MATERIALS
PTFE PFA PVDF PP FEP ETFE Polytetrafluoroethylene, manufactured by DuPont under the trade name Teflon®, is the only PTFE used by Resistoflex. Perfluoroalkoxy, manufactured by DuPont under the trade name of Teflon®. Polyvinylidene Fluoride, manufactured by Arkema under the name Kynar ® and Kynar Flex® Polypropylene Perfluoro (Ethylene - Propylene) Copolymer Ethylenetetrafluoroethylene, manufactured by DuPont under the trade name Tefzel®, is the only ETFE used by Resistoflex

INDUSTRY STANDARDS
ANSI ASTM ASTM F1545 American National Standards Institute American Society for Testing and Materials Standard Specification for Plastic-Lined Ferrous Metal Pipe, Fittings, and Flanges Resistoflex fully complies with ASTM F1545, including all qualification testing on representative pipe/fittings. This qualification testing includes high/low temperature aging, steam/cold water temperature cycling, and vacuum testing. All finished lined piping components are electrostatically tested at 18 KV. Hydrostatic testing is available on request, at an additional charge. A395 A105 A216 ASTM standard pertaining to ferritic ductile iron ASTM standard pertaining to forged steel ASTM standard pertaining to cast steel (grade WCB)

INDUSTRY STANDARD LINER COLORATION
PTFE PVDF PP FEP PFA ETFE White Black Orange or milky white Natural - clear Natural - off white Natural - shiny, milky white

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Distribution Network

Distribution Network

Resistoflex Headquarters and Manufacturing in Marion, NC

Our Distributors Crane Resistoflex has a well-established network of stocking and fabricating distributors throughout the world. This extensive network of distribution channels offers our customers local and personalized service, regardless of location. In addition to the United States, Resistoflex has authorized distributors in Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South America, The United Kingdom, Ireland and Asia. Our distributors are not just order takers. Many of them share over 35 years of partnership with Resistoflex, and all are experienced in the technology of fluid handling and how plastic lined pipe can be used to solve fluid handling problems safely and economically. All of our distributors are dedicated to providing unmatched customer service. Additional involvement with, and experience in related products results in a team of professionals able to assist in any specialized project. To find a local distributor, log onto www.resistoflex.com or contact our Customer Service Center at (828) 724-4000.

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The Thermalok

®

Process

Resistoflex Thermalok steel pipe and PTFE liner act as one integral piece. Combining dissimilar materials with very different coefficients of thermal expansion, our precision Thermalok Process locks the isostatically molded PTFE liner into the pipe housing, making it full vacuum rated from -20°F to 450°F. We developed and patented the Thermalok process for lining steel pipe in the 1950’s, and have been the world leader in the manufacture of plastic-lined piping products ever since. The Thermalok process positively locks the plastic liner in the metal pipe housing while effectively relieving stresses that could cause unwanted liner movement in service. Thermalok Process • • Incoming lots of resin are analyzed in our Quality Assurance laboratory for conformance to established raw material specifications. The liner is processed under controlled conditions to a size somewhat larger than the I.D. of the steel housing into which it will be installed. It is then thoroughly inspected for conformance to design specifications. Next, the PTFE liner is subjected to a battery of quality tests designed to ensure liner integrity. The liner is then drawn through a sizing die at carefully controlled draw rates which results in a calculated reduction in the oustide diameter. A programmed heating cycle relaxes the liner inside the steel housing, resulting in a snug liner fit. Design allowances are incorporated in this procedure to eliminate undesirable stresses in the finished product. Both liner ends of the pipe spool are then hot flared. Temperature, time and pressure are carefully monitored. The finished pipe is then tested in accordance with ASTM F1545 standards.

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This unique Thermalok process provides lined pipe with dimensional stability under vacuum, pressure, and thermal cycling conditions, which prevents liner buckling and cracked flares within operational limits. Drawing and Sizing

Thermalok Field Flare Pipe
Thermalok Field Flare (FF) pipe is Flange x Plain End or Plain End x Plain End pipe with movable liner for distributor or enduser fabrication1 with the following features: • Resistoflex manufactures Field Flare pipe utilizing the the same Thermalok Process as factory-finished pipe, but the process is modified to result in a movable liner. The liner can be removed from the pipe, allowing the fabricator a wide variety of flange options, including the Resistoflex field flare flange, all types of weld flanges, and lap joint flanges. Resistoflex Field Flare pipe has the same performance characteristics of the factory-finished pipe, including full vacuum capability. Available in PTFE, PP, and PVDF, in the same sizes as factory-finished spools. Housings are available in CS or SS.

1 - Special fabrication tooling and training required.

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The Swaging Process

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Standard Materials Specifications
Pipe and fittings manufactured by Resistoflex are in full compliance with: ASTM F1545, Standard Specification for Plastic-Lined Ferrous Metal Pipe, Fittings, and Flanges as follows Resistoflex Resistoflex Resistoflex Resistoflex Resistoflex purchases approved ASTM designations of resin used to manufacture liner uses approved ASTM designations of materials of construction of housings and flanges meets or exceeds minimum dimensional requirements meets qualification testing requirements, including steam/cold water, temperature aging, and vacuum testing performs proof-testing on 100% of finished goods using approved procedures

Resistoflex products also meet the following specifications/requirements:

Liners:

PTFE — Polytetrafluoroethylene, ASTM D4894 and D4895 PFA — Perfluoroalkoxy, ASTM D3307 PVDF — Polyvinylidene Fluoride, ASTM D3222 and D5575 PP — Polypropylene, ASTM D4101

Pipe:

Thermalok:
1" through 4" size, Sch. 40 Carbon Steel per ASTM A587 ERW 6" - 8" size, Sch. 40 Carbon Steel per ASTM A53 ERW, Grade B Type E 10" size PTFE Full Vacuum = Sch. 30 Carbon Steel per ASTM A53 ERW, Grade B Type E 12" size PTFE Full Vacuum = Sch. 20 Carbon Steel per ASTM A53 ERW, Grade B Type E 10" - 12" size PTFE Non-Vacuum and PP = Sch. 30 Carbon Steel per ASTM A53 ERW, Grade B Type E

Swaged:
1" through 6" size, Sch. 40 Carbon Steel per ASTM A513 ERW 8" size, Sch. 30 Carbon Steel per ASTM A513 ERW Flanges: Lap-joint, 1" through 12" size, Ductile Iron ASTM A395, dimensions per ANSI B16.42 Class 150 Lap-joint, 1" through 12" size, Forged Steel ASTM A105, dimensions per ANSI B16.5 Class 150 Threaded (for Swaged pipe), 1" - 8" size, Forged Steel ASTM A105, dimensions per ANSI B16.5 Class 150 Fittings: Fabricated Carbon Steel: Components per ASTM A587, A53 and/or A234 Cast Fittings: Ductile Iron Casting (60-40-18) per ASTM A395 or Cast Steel per ASTM A216 Gr. WCB Fittings Flange Material: Ductile Iron Casting (60-40-18) per ASTM A395 or Cast Steel per ASTM A216 Gr. WCB or Forged Steel per ASTM A105 Fittings flanges are rotating lap joint or fixed as specified in the Design Guide. Standard fittings dimensions per ANSI B16.5 Class 150. Fabrication: Pipe and Fittings Tolerances: Dimension Length and Centerline Dimensions Fixed Flange Bolt Hole Alignment Flange Perpendicularity (with Pipe Centerline) Tolerance, in. ± ±
1/ 8" 1/ 16"

3 / 32

in/ft of nom. pipe diameter

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Standard and Custom Coatings
Standard Primer
All pipe and fittings are coated with a high-solids polyamide epoxy primer. Color is gray. Surface preparation is SSPC-SP5 White Metal Blast.

Optional High Performance Coatings
After collecting input from major end-users, paint manufacturers, and distributors, we have developed four premium paint options with reduced standard pricing. This standardized offering meets 90% of the past special painting requirements. These four options options enable improved pricing and shorter lead times by using paints that are designed with high performance and ease of application. The four High-Performance paints are: Carboline 859EZ: Two-Part Zinc Rich Epoxy. Carboline 893SG: Two-Part Polyamide Epoxy. Carboline 133HB: An Aliphatic Acrylic-Polyester Polyurethane. Carboline Thermaline 450: A High-Temperature, Corrosion-Resistant Glass Flake-Filled Amine-Cured Epoxy Novalac. These paints are offered in the following 2 & 3 coat combinations.
High Performance System No.

Application Above ground Indoor

Paint System Description Primer: Organic zinc rich epoxy primer per SSPC Paint 20 Topcoat: Polyamide epoxy

Supplier Carboline Carboline

Designation 859EZ 893SG

DFT, in. .002 - .003 .004 - .006

Color Gray Custom

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< 250° F Ease of recoat Not insulated Above ground Outdoor Primer: Organic zinc rich epoxy primer per SSPC Paint 20 topcoat: Aliphatic Acrylic-Polyester Polyurethane Carboline Carboline 859EZ 133HB .002 - .003 .003 - .005 Gray Custom

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< 250° F Not insulated Resists UV Fading Above ground Outdoor Primer: Organic zinc rich epoxy primer per SSPC Paint 20 Intermediate Coat: Polyamide epoxy Topcoat: Aliphatic Acrylic-Polyester Polyurethane Carboline Carboline Carboline 859EZ 893SG 133HB .002 - .003 .004 - .006 .003 - .005 Gray Gray Custom

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< 250° F Not insulated Resists UV Fading Corrosion Resistance Special Applications Underground

Primer: Glass Flake-Filled Amine-Cured Epoxy Novalac Topcoat: Glass Flake-Filled Amine-Cured Epoxy Novalac

Carboline Thermaline 450 .004 - .005 Carboline Thermaline 450 .004 - .005

Red or Gray

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Insulated Pipe Wet/dry to 450°F , or Acid/alkali splash

Note: Other customer-specified coatings are available. Upon review of the data sheets of the requested paints, however, Resistoflex reserves the right to decline quoting customer-specified coatings based on VOC content, manufacturing incompatibility, or other factors. Note: Normal shipping and handling can cause paint damage that requires touch-up at the job site. Costs associated with paint touch-up are for Buyer’s account.

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Flange Dimensions
Flan g e Dim en s io n s , in . (n o m in al)

Si z e (NPS)

C l as s 150

C l as s 300

OD

T h i c k n es s

(No .) an d Dia. o f B o l t H o l es

B o lt Cir c le D i am et er

OD

T h i c k n es s

(No .) an d Dia. o f B o l t H o l es

B o lt Cir c le D i am et er 2 5/8 3 1/4 3 1/2 4 1/2 5 5 7/8 6 5/8 7 7/8 10 5/8 13 15 1/4 17 3/4

.5 .75 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 4 6 8 10 12

3 1/2 3 7/8 4 1/4 5 6 7 7 1/2 9 11 13 1/2 16 19

7/16 1/2 9/16 11/16 3/4 7/8 15/16 15/16 1 1 1/8 1 3/16 1 1/4

(4) 5/8 (4) 5/8 (4) 5/8 (4) 5/8 (4) 3/4 (4) 3/4 (4) 3/4 (8) 3/4 (8) 7/8 (8) 7/8 (12) 1 (12) 1

2 3/8 2 3/4 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 5 1/2 6 7 1/2 9 1/2 11 3/4 14 1/4 17

3 3/4 4 5/8 4 7/8 6 1/8 6 1/2 7 1/2 8 1/4 10 12 1/2 15 17 1/2 20 1/2

9/16 5/8 11/16 13/16 7/8 1 1 1/8 1 1/4 1 7/16 1 5/8 1 7/8 2

(4) 5/8 (4) 3/4 (4) 3/4 (4) 7/8 (8) 3/4 (8) 7/8 (8) 7/8 (8) 7/8 (12) 7/8 (12) 1 (16) 1 1/8 (16) 1 1/4

Pipe Dimensions
Pip e Dim en s io n s , in . (n o m in al)

Si z e (NPS)

OD

Wall Th ic k n es s

S c h . 40

S c h . 30

S c h . 20

.5 .75 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 4 6 8 10 12

0.840 1.050 1.315 1.900 2.375 2.875 3.500 4.500 6.625 8.625 10.750 12.750

0.109 0.113 0.133 0.145 0.154 0.203 0.216 0.237 0.280 0.322 -0.277 0.307 0.330 0.250 ---

Plastic-Liner Data
L i n er C h ar ac t er i s t i c s

P TFE

PFA

PP

PVD F (h o m o p o ly m er )

PVD F (c o p o ly m er )

E TFE

Service Temperature Range, °F1 Liner Color Color of Liner Identification Band Coefficient of Thermal Expansion of Pipe Liner Prior to Lining, in./in./°F Thermal Conductivity ("K" Factor) of Liner, BTU-in./hr.-sq. ft.-°F Tensile Strength of Liner at Yield, psi Elongation of Liner at Yield, % Compressive Strength of Liner at Yield, psi Specific Gravity of Liner
PTFE = polytetrafluoroethylene PFA = perfluoroalkoxy
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-20°F to 450°F White

0°F to 450°F Natural

0°F to 225°F Orange
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0°F to 275°F Black
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-20°F to 275°F -20°F to 300°F Black3 Black w/ White Lettering 7.8 x 10-5 1.18 4,500 - 5,500 10 - 20 5000 - 8500 1.76 - 1.78 Natural Gray w/ White Lettering 7.4 x 10-5 1.65 6700 150 - 300 2,500 1.70 - 1.72

White with Brown w/ Orange w/ Black Lettering2 White Lettering Black Lettering 5.5 x 10-5 1.7 3,000 - 4,000 250 - 350 1,700 2.14 - 2.19 7.8 x 10-5 1.3 3,800 - 4,500 300 - 350 3,500 2.12 - 2.17 4.8 x 10-5 0.8 4,000 - 4,500 10 - 13 5,500 - 8,000 0.90 - 0.92

Black w/ White Lettering 6.6 x 10-5 0.9 5,000 - 6,000 8 - 10 10,000 - 16,000 1.75 - 1.78

PP = polypropylene PVDF = polyvinylidene fluoride

ETFE = ethylene tetrafluoroethylene

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Max. allowable temperature depend on the specific contact chemicals. Refer to the Chemical Resistance guide on page 227. 10” - 12” non-vacuum pipe and fittings band is red with black letters. 3 Available unpigmented as a special option.

Pressure and Vacuum Capabilities of Pipe & Fittings
The pressure/temperature ratings of 1" to 12" RESISTOFLEX Plastic-Lined Piping Products conform to standard ANSI codes and specifications per the appropriate metallurgy. See Figure 1. The pressure/temperature ratings for lined piping with ANSI B16.5 Class 300 flanges are adjusted to account for plastic raised faces on pipe and fittings, and are lower than actual ANSI B16.5 Class 300 pressure/temperature ratings. PVDF (1" - 8") and PP (1" - 12") pipe and fittings have been full vacuum rated at their maximum service temperature and can be used at full vacuum within their operating temperature ranges. Standard 1" - 12" PTFE pipe and fittings are available to provide Full Vacuum / 450°F performance, if so specified. Some pipe and fittings may have a reduced vacuum rating. 1" - 4" PFA-lined pipe and fittings are rated for full vacuum to 450 F. 6" and 8" PFA-lined pipe and fittings are non-vacuum rated. To insure selection of “full vacuum performance” - please refer to the vacuum rating column located in the Dimension Tables.

Figure 1: Working pressures for Resistoflex plastic-lined pipe and fittings (includes PTFE-lined stainless steel pipe)

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Liner Limits1

PP

PVDF

PTFE/PFA

55.1 48.3

700 600 500 9 8

41.4 34.5 27.6 Bar(g)

Pressure (psig)

6

7

400

300 1 2 3 4 5

20.7

200 100

13.8

6.9

0

0 -18

50 10

100 38

150 65

200 93

250 121

300 149
1

350 177

400 204

450 232

o

F

o

C

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Class 150 stainless steel (Steel Flanges) (Type 304L) ANSI B16.5. Class 150 ductile iron/plastic lined ANSI B16.42. Class 150 cast steel/plastic lined ANSI B16.5. Class 150 stainless steel/plastic (Steel Flanges) lined ANSI B16.5. Class 150 carbon steel ANSI B16.5. Class 300 cast steel/plastic lined Resistoflex Rated Class 300. Class 300 stainless steel/plastic (Steel Flanges) lined Resistoflex Rated Class 300. Class 300 stainless steel (Steel Flanges) (Type 304L) ANSI B16.5. Class 300 cast steel ANSI B16.5.

Maximum temperatures may be reduced depending on the aggressiveness of the fluid being handled. Refer to the Chemical Resistance section in our Applications Guide or at www.resistoflex.com for maximum use temperatures for various chemicals. You may also contact our Technical Service Department at 828-724-4000.

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Pipe Spool Dimensions Pipe Spool Dimensions PTFE / Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined

PTFE / Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA Lined

Van Stone Flange (Thermalok)
T h er m al o k fi P T F E Si z e (NPS)
Size 1/2 (NPS) 3/4 PTFE

Threaded Rotatable Flange (Swaged)

Threaded Chamfered Flange (Swaged)

Sw ag ed PTFE / PP / PVDF / PFA L in er Th ic k n es s (in .) P TFE

Thermalok .Pipe Th ic k n es s (in )
Liner Thickness (in.) 0.054 PFA062 PP 0.

P T F E L i n er

Max . L en g t h (f t .) 20
PVDF 0 2

Max. Length (ft.) 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

PP / PVD F PFA Liner Thickness (in.)

Swaged Pipe
P TFE N/A

Max . L en g t h (f t .) PP / PVD F PFA Max. Length (ft.)

1 0.054 1 1/2 3/4 0.062 2
1/2 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 0.130 2 1/23

0.130 0.150 N/A 0.160
0.113

20 20 20
0.135A 0.125 N/

Size 0.13(NPS) 0

0.130 0.130 N/A 1 0.130 1.5 0.160 0.225
2

0.150 PTFE 0.160 0.172
0.130 0.1753

PFA 0.130 PP/PVDF 20 PTFE 0.130 40

20 PFA 40 40
2003 4

PP

2PVDF 0 40 40
20 40 40 N/A 40 40 40 20

0.130
0.113 0.114 0.114 0.130 0.150 N/A 0.150 0.160

40 N/A 20 40 40 40 40 20 20 40 20 40 20 20
20

20 40 40 40 40 40 20

3 0.150 4 0.160 6 8 0.160 12 10 0.160

0.1 0.114 60 0.160 0.160 0.114 0.175 0.275
0.130 10 0.175 0.3

2 0.125 0 20 0.125 20
0.125 0 2

0.175 0.130 0.207 0.130 0.218
0.130 0.218

N/A

0.172 0.175 0.207 0.218

4 400 40 40 40
20 0 2

0.300 3 N/A 4
6 8

0.275 10 NVR1,4

0.3 0.150 20 0.210 0.425 0.145* 0.220 0.200
0.140*00 0.220 0.2

1 0.145 5 15 0.160 20
0.185 0 2

0.320 0.160 0.3802 0.225
2

2 20 0 20
N/A

8 12 NVR1,4 0.310
1 2

0.300

N/A2 0.218

PTFE 15 This 10"-12" PTFE is not swaged and not rated for- vacuum 10 0.320 0.320 PP pipe 10"-12" PPL is not swaged. 10"-12" PVDF-lined - 20 is available on special order - please consult factory. 3 2.5" is available in PPL, only. PTFE - 15 12 0.425 0.380 4 NVR = Not rated for vacuum service. PP - 20 N/A N/A Minimum spool lengths are listed on the following page. 10 (NVR) 0.200 20 Thermalok® pipe is Sch. 40 through 8"; 10" = Sch. 30; 12" = Sch. 20. See product specifications for pipe materials. N/A Swaged pipe is Sch.40 through 6"; 8" = Sch. 30; 10"-12" (non-swaged) = Sch. 30. See product specifications for pipe materials. 12 (NVR) 0.200 20 Thermalok® standard flange is DI (A395) Van Stone. Steel flanges are available at an additional cost. Swaged standard flange is CS (A105) threaded chamfered or threaded rotatable. NVR 10" - 12" Non-Vacuum Pipe standard flange is forged steel (A105) rotating. = Non-Vacuum Rated N/A = Not Housings Thermalok PipeAvailable Available in Stainless Steel and Other Alloys. Swaged pipe is available in carbon steel, only. * 6" and 8" PFA-lined pipe is non-vacuum rated.

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Minimum Flanged Pipe Spool Lengths
Distance Piece
For filling spaces greater in length than the maximum spacer (3”) but less than the minimum flanged pipe spool, a distance piece is used. A distance piece does not have flanges, but is held in place by using long bolts or studs between the adjacent flanges.

Sw ag ed Min im u m Pip e Sp o o l L en g t h s in In c h es Si z e (NPS) 1 1 1/2 2 3 4 6 8 S t an d ar d C l as s 150 4 4 4 1/2 5 5 1/2 5 1/2 7 C l as s 300 4 4 4 1/2 5 5 1/2 5 1/2 7 C l as s 150 2 1/2 2 3/4 3 1/8 3 1/2 3 3/4 4 1/8 4 1/2 S p ec i al 1 C l as s 300 2 1/2 2 3/4 3 1/8 3 1/2 3 3/4 4 1/8 4 1/2 F i el d 2 7 7 7 8 8 10 12

Th er m alo k Min im u m Pip e Sp o o l L en g t h in in c h es 5 Si z e (NPS) 1 1 1/2 2 3 4 6 8 10" VR PTFE 12" VR PTFE
3 3 3 3

C l as s 150
F i el d F l ar e 5 1/2 7 8 10 5/8 11 16 1/2 16 1/2 N/A N/A N/A N/A
6

No Op t io n s C l as s 150 3 3 3/8 3 1/2 4 4 3/8 5 1/2 6 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 6 6
4 4

Wit h Ven t Co u p lin g s o r Gr o u n d in g St u d s

C l as s 300 3 5/8 4 4 1/4 5 1/8 5 1/2 6 3/8 7 1/2 9 7/8 10 3/8 N/A N/A

C l as s 150 4 1/8 4 5/8 4 7/8 5 3/8 5 5/8 6 1/2 7 8 1/2 8 1/2 6 6
4 4

C l as s 300 4 7/8 5 1/8 5 1/2 6 3/8 6 3/4 7 1/2 8 3/8 11 11 5/8 N/A N/A

10" PP & NVR PTFE 12" PP & NVR PTFE
1 2

Available only as fixed flange spools. Capability of field threaders, such as Wheeler Rex or equal, 8” size requires alternate method of threading. Wheeler Rex will only thread up through 6”. Minimum spool lengths for flange one end piping is 3 ft. when using a Wheeler Rex machine. 10" & 12" piping available with PTFE and PP liners only. VR = Vacuum rated to 450°F. NVR = Not rated for vacuum service. PP lined spools are rated for full vacuum service up to 225°F.

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4 5

PP & NVR PTFE spools less than 8" long have one fixed flange. Thermalok minimum lengths can be reduced by using fixed flanges at one or both ends at an additional cost. 6 When using a pipe end forming machine such as a Conrac by PHI. Min. length assumes no welding of stubends. Consult factory for details.

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90° Elbows 90° Elbows PTFE-Lined
Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron Housing Materials CAST STEEL = ASTM Ductile DI = ASTM A395 Cast A216 Iron FAB STEEL ==Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings CAST STEEL ASTM A216 FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings Flange Materials CS = ASTM A105 Flange Materials CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 CS = ASTM A105 DI = ASTM A395 Cast A216 Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM Ductile DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron FV = Full Vacuum FV = Full Vacuum
150l b . F l an g ed 150l b . F l an g ed Si z e Si z e 1 1 1.5 1.5 2 2 3 3 4 4 6 6 8 8 P ar t N u m b er P ar t N u m b er E900M3VV0V100 E900M3ZV0V100 E900M3VZ0V100 E900M3ZZ B00 E900M3VV0V100 E900M3VV0VB00 E900M3ZZ 0VB00 Z V 0V 2 E900M3VZ0VB00 E900M3VV0V200 E900M3ZZ 0V200 E900M3ZV0V300 E900M3VZ0V200 E900M3ZZ 0V300 E900M3VV0V300 E900M3VZ0V300 E900M3ZV0V400 E900M3VV0V400 E900M3ZZ 0V400 E900M3ZZ 0N600 E900M1VV0V400 E900M1VZ0V600 E900M3ZV0N600 VV0V600 E900M3ZZ0V600 E900M1VV0V600 E900M3VV N8 E900M1VZ0V800 E900M3ZV0N800 VV0V800 E900M3ZZ0V800 E900M1VV0NE00 E 900M3VV V8 10 10 12 12 E 900M3ZZ 0NE00 E900M1VV0VE00 E 900M3VV0VE00 E 900M3ZZ 0VE00 E 900B 2Z V 0V E 00 E 900M3VZ0NE00 E900M1VZ0NE00 E 900B2ZV0NF00 E900 2ZV0NF00 E900 M1VZ0NF00 E900M2ZZ0NF00 11 11 12 12 12 3/4 12 3/4 15 15 9 9 10 5/8 10 5/8 Dim en s io n s (in .) Dim en s io n s (in .) B C B 3 1/2 3 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 4 1/2 5 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 6 1/2 8 8 C 2 2 2 7/8 2 7/8 3 5/8 3 5/8 5 5 6 3/16 6 3/16 8 1/2 8 1/2 DI DI FAB STEEL FAB STEEL DI FAB STEEL DI FAB STEEL FAB STEEL DI FAB STEEL FAB STEEL DI FAB STEEL CASTSTEELL FAB STEE CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CAST STEEL FAB STEEL FAB STEEL Ho u s in g Mat er ial Ho u s in g Mat er ial F l an g es F l an g es = R o t at i n g R F = F i x ed R = R o t at i n g Mat er ial F = F i x ed DI Mat er ial CS DI CS DI DI CS CS DI DI CS CS DI CS DI DI CS DI CS CS DI DI CS DI CS DI DI CS DI CS DI CS DI DI CS CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CAST STEEL F F R R F R F R R F R R F R R F F FV/450 FV/450 R R Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F) Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F)

PTFE-Lined

14

90° Elbows
PTFE-Lined
Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings
300lb . Flan g ed - Fab St eel B o d y On ly

Flange Materials Si z e P ar t = ASTM CS(NPS) A105 Nu m b er s CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Cast Ductile DI = ASTM A395 R6390YY-016 Iron
1

Dim en s io n (in .) B 4 3 1/2 4 1/2 4 C 2 2 7/8

Ho u s in g Mat er ial

F l an g es Mat er ial R = R o t at i n g F = F i x ed

Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg /°F)

FV = Full Vacuum 6390YY-024 R

E900M3YY0V100

1.5 E900M3YY0VB00 150l b . F l an g ed R6390YY-032 2 E900M3YY0V200 Si z e P ar t N u m b er R6390YY-048 3 E900M3YY0V300 E900M3VV0V100 1 R6390YY-064 E900M3ZZ0V100 4 E900M3YY0V400 E900M3VV0VB00 R6390YY-096 1.5 6 E900M3ZZ0VB00 E900M3YY0V600 E900M3VV0V200 E900MAYY0V800 28 E900M3ZZ0V200

5 Dim en s io n s (in .)3 5/8 4 1/2

B6
5 1/2

C 2

5 6 3/16

Ho u s in g Mat er ial FAB STEEL

F l an g es Mat er ial CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS R = R o t at i n g F = F i x ed R

Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F) FV/450

3 1/2 7
6 1/2 8 4 1/2 8

2 7/8 8 1/2
1 3 5/8 0 5/8

4 1/10 2 5 1/2 6 1/2

FAB STEEL

R

3 4

E900M3VV0V300 E900M3ZZ0V300 E900M3VV0V400 E900M3ZZ0V400 E900M1VV0N600 E900M3ZZ0V600 E900M3VV0V600 E900M1VV0N800

5 6 3/16 DI

DI CS DI DI CS DI DI CS DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL

F R R F R R F R R

FV/450

6

8

8 1/2

FAB STEEL FAB STEEL DI

FabricatedV0VSpecial Angle Elbows 800 FAB STEEL E 900M3V
E 90 0NE00 DI Lined with0M1VV0VE00or ETFE (Tefzel ® )AB STEEL PTFE F E 900M3ZZ 10 11 12 3/4 FA STE E Resistoflex can900M3VV0VE00 angle elbows in various sizesBand EL provide special E 900B2ZZ0NE00 CAST STEEL many configurations. These are custom fabrications to accommoE900 applications D date non-standard M1VV0NF00 that may occur in piping design. I 12 12 15 When need for 900M2ZZ0Nangle elbow arises, a rough sketch ST STEEL E a special F00 CA or description giving the pipe size, angle required and desired face-tocenterline dimension should be submitted to the Resistoflex factory. Fabricated Special Angle Elbows are not rated for vacuum service.

8

E900M3ZZ0V800

9

10 5/8

FAB STEEL

F

As a guide, when centerline to face dimensions are not provided, special angle elbows less than 45° have standard 45° elbow centerline to face dimensions. Special angle elbows greater than 45° have standard 90° centerline to face dimensions. Dimensions are for correspoinding sizes.
Tefzel® is a trademark of Dupont.

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45° Elbows
PTFE-Lined
Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings Flange Materials CS = ASTM A105 CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron FV = Full Vacuum *This part number is special order
150l b . F l an g ed Si z e (NPS) Dim en s io n s (in .) P ar t N u m b er *E500M3VV0V100 1 E 500M1VV0N100 E 500M3ZZ0S100 1.5 2 3 4 E500M1VV0NB00 E500M3ZZ0VB00 E500M3VV0V2 00 E500M3ZZ0V200 E500M3VV0V300 E500M3ZZ0V300 E500M3VV0V400 E500M3ZZ0V400 E500M1VV0N600 6 E500M3ZZ0V600 E500M3VV0V600 E500M1VV0N800 8 E500M3ZZ0S800 E500M3VV0V800 E500M1VV0NE00 10 E500M3ZZ0VE00 E500M3VV0V800 12 E500M1VV0NF00 E500M3ZZ0VF 00 7 1/2 15 6 1/2 12 3/4 5 1/2 10 5/8 5 8 1/2 2 1/4 2 1/2 3 4 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 DI FAB STEEL FAB STEEL DI FAB STEEL FAB STEEL DI FAB STEEL FAB STEEL DI FAB STEEL FAB STEEL 1 3/4 2 A C Ho u s in g Mat er ial FAB STEEL DI FAB STEEL DI FAB STEEL F l an g es Mat er ial DI DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI DI CS DI DI CS DI DI CS F R R F F R F R R F R FV/450 R R = R o t at i n g F = F i x ed R F F R Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg /°F)

300l b . F l an g ed
Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 Dim en s io n s (in .) Part Number E500MAYY0 V100 E500MAYY0 VB00 E500MAYY0V200 E500MAYY0V300 E500MAYY0V400 E500MAYY0V600 E500MAYY0V800 A 2 1/4 2 3/4 3 3 1/2 4 1/2 5 1/2 6 C 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 FAB STEEL CS R FV/450 Ho u s in g Mat er ial F l an g es Mat er ial R = R o t at i n g F = F i x ed F Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F)

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16

Equal Tees
PTFE-Lined
Housing Materials FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings Flange Materials CS = ASTM A105 DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron FV = Full Vacuum

150lb. Flanged Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 Dim en s io n (in .) P ar t N u m b er TN00M3VVVV100 TN00M3ZZZV100 TN00M3VVVVB00 TN00M3ZZZVB00 TN00M3VVVV200 TN00M3ZZZV200 TN00M3VVVV300 TN00M3ZZZV300 TN00M3VVVV400 TN00M3ZZZV400 TN00M3VVVV600 TN00M3ZZZV600 TN00M3VVVV800 TN00M3ZZZV800 TN00M3VVVVE00 TN00M3Z Z Z VE00 TN00M3VVVVF00 T N00M 3ZZZVF00 B 3 1/2 4 4 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 8 9 11 12 C 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 15 Ho u s in g Mat er ial FAB STEEL FAB STEEL FAB STEEL FAB STEEL FAB STEEL FAB STEEL FAB STEEL FAB STEEL FAB STEEL F l an g es Mat er ial DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS R = R o t at i n g F = F i x ed R R R R R R R R R Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F) FV/450 FV/450 FV/450 FV/450 FV/450 FV/450 FV/450 FV/375 FV/450 FV/375

300lb . Flan g ed - Fab St eel B o d y On ly Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 Dim en s io n (in .) P ar t N u m b er TN00M3YYYR100 TN00M3YYYRB00 TN00M3YYYR200 TN00M3YYYR300 TN00M3YYYR400 TN00M3YYYR600 TN00MAYYYR800 B 3 1/2 4 4 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 8 10 C 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 FAB STEEL CS R FV/450 Ho u s in g Mat er ial F l an g es Mat er ial R = R o t at i n g F = F i x ed Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg /°F)

300 lb. flanged tees have ANSI 150 center-face dimensions, except 8" size which has ANSI 300 dimensions.

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17

Reducing Tees
PTFE-Lined
Flange Materials CS = ASTM A105
150lb. Flanged Majo r Si z e (NPS) 1.5 Min o r Si z e (NPS) 1 1 2 1.5 1 3 1.5 2 1 1.5 4 2 3 2 6 3 4 3 4 6 6 10 8 4 6 12 8 10 Dim en s io n s (in .) P ar t N u m b er s TR00M3VVVVB10 TR00M3ZZZVB10 TR00M3VVVV210 TR00M3ZZZV210 TR00M3VVVV2B0 TR00M3ZZZV2B0 TR00M3VVVV310 TR00M3ZZZV310 TR00M3VVVV3B0 TR00M3ZZZV3B0 TR00M3VVVV320 TR00M3ZZZV320 TR00M3ZZZR410 TR00M3VVVV4B0 TR00M3ZZZV4B0 TR00M3VVVV420 TR00M3ZZZV420 TR00M3VVVV430 TR00M3ZZZV430 TR00M3VVVV620 TR00M3ZZZV620 TR00M3VVVV630 TR00M3ZZZV630 TR00M3VVVV640 TV00M3ZZZR640 TR00M3VVVV830 TR00M3Z Z Z V830 TR00M3VVVV840 TR00M3ZZZV840 TR00M3VVVV860 TR00M3ZZZV860 TR00M3VVVVE6 0 TR00M3Z Z Z VE6 0 TR00M3VVVVE8 0 TR00M3Z Z Z VE8 0 TR00M3VVVVF40 TR00M3Z Z Z VF40 TR00M3VVVVF60 TR00M3Z Z Z VF60 TR00M3VVVVF80 TR00M3Z Z Z Z F80 TR00M3VVVVFE0 TR00M3Z Z Z VFE0 12 15 10 5/ 8 12 3/4 11 12 3/4 10 5/ 8 6 3/16 8 1/ 2 FAB STEEL 9 10 5/8 8 8 1/2 6 1/2 6 3/16 5 1/2 5 4 1/2 3 5/8 2 7/8 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 8 1/2 FAB STEEL B 4 C 2 7/8 D 2 2 Ho u s in g Mat er ial F l an g es Mat er ial DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS R FV/375 FV/450 FV/150 FV/450 FV/150 FV/450 R FV/325 FV/450 FV/325 FV/450 FV/325 FV/450 FV/325 FV/450 23/200 FV/450 23/200 FV/450 23/200 FV/450 R=Ro t at in g F=Fix ed Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F)

Housing Materials FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron FV = Full Vacuum

8

18

Reducing Tees
PTFE-Lined
300lb Flan g ed Fab S eel B o d y On ly 300lb ..Flan g ed --Fab Stt eel B o d y On ly 300lb . Flan gied r- Fab St eel B o d y On ly Majo M no Majo rr Min o r Si e S ze Pa t N u m b e S zje S in o Parr t Nu m b err Miazo r Miiz e r ((NiPS) ((NiPS) NPz e NPz e S S) S S) P ar t N u m b er (NP5 ) S (NPS) 1. 1 TR00M3YYYVB10 1.5 1 TR00M3YYYVB10 1.5 TR00M3YYYVB10 1 2 1 TR00M3YYYV210 2 2 1 11 .5 TR00M3YYYV2B0 1.5 TR00M3YYYV2B0 2 11 TR00M3YYYV2B0 31 1.5 TR00M3YYYV310 3 3 3 4 4 4 6 6 6 8 8 8 15 .5 1.1 125 2. 2 1.5 1.5 1.5 2 2 3 2 3 3 2 2 3 2 3 3 4 4 3 4 3 3 4 4 1 TR00M3YYYV3B0 TR00M3YYYV3B0 TR00M3YYYV3B0 2 TR00M3YYYV320 TR00M3YYYV3B0 42 0 TR00M3YYYV4B0 TR00M3YYYV4B0 2 TR00M3YYYV420 TR00M3YYYV420 3 TR00M3YYYV430 42 TR00M3YYYV630 TR00M3YYYV620 TR00M3YYYV620 3 TR00M3YYYV630 TR00M3YYYV630 4 TR00M3YYYV640 TR00M3YYYV8 4 TR00M3YYYV8630 30 TR00M3YYYV830 4 TR00M3YYYV840 D i m en s i o n s i i n . Dim en s io n s ((n .)) Dim en s io n s (in .) C D C D C D 2 7/8 2 2 7/8 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 3 5/8 3 5/8 5 5 5 6 3/16 6 3/16 6 3/16 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 10 5/8 10 5/8 10 5/8 2 2 2 2 /8 7 2 7/8 22 /8 7 2 2 2 /8 7 2 7/8 2 7/8 35/8 3 5 3 5/8 27 2 7/8 27 3 5/8 3 5/8 35 /8 5 3 5 /8 3 5/8 35 /8 5 6 316 6 3516 // 6 5 /16 3 5 6 316 6 3516 // 631 8 1/2 8 1/26 8 1/2 FAB STEEL FAB STEEL FAB STEEL CS CS CS R R R FV/450 FV/450 FV/450 F l an g es F l an g es FlaRg= sRo t atn g n e R o t at i i n g R= Maer i ia Matt eral l F= =Fi itx tdn R F=RFxaeid g o e Mat er ial F = F i x ed

B B B 4 4 4 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 5 1/2 5 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 6 1/2 6 1/2 8 8 8 9 9 9

Ho u s in g Ho u s in g Maer n Matueralg Ho t siiial Mat er ial

Vac u u m Rai in g Vac u u m Rattn g (iu . mg at i i n H RF Va(cn .uHg // F))n g (in . Hg / F)

FV/325 FV/325 FV/325 23/200 23/200 23/200 FV/450 FV/450 FV/450

4 4 6 TR00M3YYYV860 6 TR00M3YYYV860 6 TR00M3YYYV860 300 lb. flanged reducing tees have ANSI 150 center-face dimensions.

Fabricated Two-Piece Reducing Tees Fabricated Two-Piece Reducing Tees Fabricated Two-Piece Reducing Tees PTFE-Lined PTFE-Lined
PTFE-Lined
Construction is an equal tee with a shortened stack and a reducing filler flange bolted together

150l b F l an g ed 150lb ..Flan g ed 150o r. FlaMgiedrr n in o Majo M no Maj lb r
Si e S zje Miazo r ((NiPS) NPz e S S) (NPS) 6 6 6 8 8 8

S ze S in o Miiz e r ((NiPS) NPz e S S) (NPS) 1 1 1 1 /2 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 12 /2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2

Pa t N u m b e Parr t Nu m b err P ar t N u m b er TR 00 M3VVVV610 TR 00 M3VVVV610 TR M3VVVV61 TR 00 M3VVVV6B0 TR 00 M3VVVV6B0 TR 00 M3VVVV6B 81 TR 00 M3VVVV8100 1 TR 00 M3VVVV8B0 TR 00 M3VVVV8B0 00 M3VVVV8B0 TR00 M3VVVV820 2 TR TR 00 M3VVVV820 TR 00 M3VVVVE10 TR 00 M3VVVVE10 1 TR 00 M3VVVVEB0 TR 00 M3VVVVEB0 TR 00 M3VVVVEB0 2 TR 00 M3VVVVE20 2 00 M3VVVVE30 TR00 M3VVVVE30 TR TR 00 M3VVVVE30 4 TR 00 M3VVVVE40 TR 00 M3VVVVE10 F4 TR 00 M3VVVVF10 1 TR 00 M3VVVVFB0 TR 00 M3VVVVFB0 TR 00 M3VVVVFB0 2 00 TR 00 M3VVVVF20 TR 00 M3VVVVF20 3 TR 00 M3VVVVF30 TR 00 M3VVVVF30

D i m en s i o n s i i n . Dim en s io n s ((n .)) B B B 8 8 8 9 9 9 Dim en s io n s (in .) C D C D C 8 8 8 10 1/4 10 1/4 10 1/4 D 2 2 2 2 /8 7 2 7/8 22 /8 7 2 2 2 /8 7 2 7/8 2 7/8 35 3 5/8 3 5/8 2 2 2 2 /8 7 2 7/8 11 11 11 12 3/4 12 3/4 12 3/4 25 3 7/8 3 5/8 35 /8 5 6 316 6 3516 // 6 2 /16 3 2 12 12 12 15 15 15 2 2 /8 7 2 7/8 2 7/8 35 3 5/8 35 /8 5 5

Ho u s in g Ho u s in g Maer n Matueralg Ho t siiial Mat er ial

F l an g es F l an g es Maer i ia Matt eral l Mat er ial FlaRg= sRo t atn g n e R o t at i i n g R= F= =Fi itx tdn R F=RFxaeid g o e F = F i x ed

Vac u u m Rai in g Vac u u m Rattn g (iu . mg at i i n H RF Va(cn .uHg // F))n g (in . Hg / F)

FAB STEEL FAB STEEL FAB STEEL

CS CS CS

R R R

10 10 10

12 /2 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 1 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 12 /2 1 2 2 3 3 3

FV/450 FV/450 FV/450

12 12 12

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Crosses Crosses

PTFE-Lined PTFE-Lined
Housing Materials FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings Flange Materials CS = ASTM A105 DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron FV = Full Vacuum

150l b . F l an g ed Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 Dim en s io n s (in .) P ar t N u m b er CN00M3VVVV100 CN00B3ZZZV100 CN00M3VVVVB00 CN00B3ZZZVB00 CN00M3VVVV200 CN00B3ZZZV200 CN00M3VVVV300 CN00B3ZZZV300 CN00M3VVVV400 CN00B3ZZZV400 CN00M3VVVV600 CN00B3ZZZV600 CN00M3VVVV800 CN00B3ZZZV800 B 3 1/2 4 4 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 8 9 C 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 FAB STEEL Ho u s in g Mat er ial F l an g es Mat er ial DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS R R = R o t at i n g F = F i x ed Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F) FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum

10" - 12" Crosses are Available with PFA Liner - Consult Factory

300l b . F l an g ed
Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 Dim en s io n s (in .) P ar t N u m b er CN00M3YYYV100 CN00M3YYYVB00 CN00M3YYYV200 CN00M3YYYV300 CN00M3YYYV400 CN00M3YYYV600 CN00MAYYYV800 B 3 1/2 4 4 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 8 10 C 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 FAB STEEL CS R No Vacuum Ho u s in g Mat er ial F l an g es Mat er ial R = R o t at i n g F = F i x ed Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F)

300 lb. flanged crosses have ANSI 150 center-face dimensions, except 8" size which has ANSI 300 dimension.

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DI Short Stack Tees & Crosses Short Stack Tees & Crosses
PTFE-Lined 150lb. Flanged PTFE-Lined,
Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron Flange Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron FV = Full Vacuum *All bolt holes are tapped. ** 4 holes closest to centerline are tapped. The other bolt holes are bored smooth. Note: Vacuum ratings for this product are for steadystate vacuum, only. Frequent vacuum cycling may reduce service life.
STACK BOLT HOLES
C

D

C

B

RUN BOLT HOLES

STACK BOLT HOLES

C
D
C

B

RUN BOLT HOLES

Short Stack Tees 150 lb. Flanged Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 Dim en s io n s (in .) P ar t N u m b er s TH00 B1VVVN100 TH00 B1VVVNB00 TH00 B1VVVN200 TH00B1VVVN300 TH00B1VVVN400 TH00B1VVVN600 TH00B1VVVN800 TH00B1VVVNE00 TH00B1VVVNF00 B 3 1/2 4 4 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 8 9 11 12 C 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 15 D 1 3/16 1 15/32 1 11/16 2 3/16 2 11/16 3 11/16 4 15/16 6 7 1/32 DI DI Ho u s in g Mat er ial F l an g es Mat er ial S t ac k B o lt Ho le 1/2-13* 1/2-13* 5/8-11* 5/8-11* 5/8-11* 3/4-10** 3/4-10** 7/8-9** 7/8-9** Ru n B o lt Ho le 1/2-13 1/2-13 3/4 3/4 3/4 7/8 7/8 1 1 No Vacuum Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F) FV/450 FV/450 FV/450 FV/350 FV/210 11/210

Short Stack Crosses 150 lb. Flanged
Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 Dim en s io n s (in .) P ar t N u m b er s CH00B1VVVN100 CH00B1VVVNB00 CH00B1VVVN200 CH00B1VVVN300 CH00B1VVVN400 CH00B1VVVN600 CH00B1VVVN800 CH00B1VVVNE00 CH00B1VVVNF00 B 3 1/2 4 4 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 8 9 11 12 C 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 15 D 1 3/16 1 15/32 1 11/16 2 3/16 2 11/16 3 11/16 4 15/16 6 7 1/32 DI DI Ho u s in g Mat er ial F l an g es Mat er ial S t ac k B o lt Ho le 1/2-13* 1/2-13* 5/8-11* 5/8-11* 5/8-11** 3/4-10** 3/4-10** 7/8-9** 7/8-9** Ru n B o lt Ho le 1/2-13 1/2-13 3/4 3/4 3/4 7/8 7/8 1 1 No Vacuum Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F) FV/300 FV/250 FV/250 FV/200 25/200

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Instrument Tees with 1" Branch
PTFE-Lined

. These sizes available with rotating steel flange on request

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Instrument Tees with 1.5" Branch Instrument Tee 1.5" Branch
PTFE-Lined PTFE-Lined
Housing Materials FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron Flange Materials CS = ASTM A105 DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron FV = Full Vacuum *Nominal ID. For exact ID to determine if an instrument will fit in the bore, field measurement is necessary.
150lb. Flanged Si z e (NPS) 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 Dim en s io n s (in .) P ar t N u m b er s T400M300Z SBB0 T400M300ZRBB0 T400M300Z S2B0 T400M300ZR2B0 T400M100VN3B0 T400M300ZR3B0 T400M300Z S4B0 T400M300ZR4B0 T400M300ZS6B0 T400M300ZR6B0 T400M300ZS8B0 T400M300ZR8B0 T400M300ZSEB0 T400B300ZREB0 T400M300ZSFB0 T400B300ZRFB0 P 4 5 9/16 4 1/2 6 5/16 5 1/2 7 1/16 6 1/2 8 1/16 8 9 5/16 9 10 3/8 11 11 7/8 12 R 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 T 3 3/8 4 1/8 5 3/8 6 7/8 8 3/4 11 13 3/8 13 1/4 16 1/8 16 J 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 15 S* 1 5/16 1 1/8 1 5/16 1 1/8 1 5/16 1 1/8 1 5/16 1 1/8 1 5/16 1 1/8 1 5/16 1 1/8 1 5/16 1 1/8 1 5/16 1 1/8 FAB STEEL CS DI DI FAB STEEL CS Ho u s in g Mat er ial F l an g es Mat er ial R=Ro t at in g F=Fix ed F R F R F R F R F R F R F R F R FV/450 27/400 FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F)

300lb. Flanged

Si z e (NPS) 1.5 3 4 6 8

Dim en s io n s (in .) P ar t N u m b er s T400MA00YSBB0 T400MA00YS3B0 T400MA00YS4B0 T400MA00YS6B0 T400MA00YS8B0 P 4 1/2 6 5/16 7 1/16 8 1/16 9 5/16 R 3 3 3 3 3 T 3 3/ 4 5 7/8 7 1/8 9 7/8 12 1/8 J 2 7/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/ 2 10 5/ 8 S* 1 11/32 1 11/32 1 11/32 1 11/32 1 11/32

Ho u s in g Mat er ial

F l an g es Mat er ial R = R o t at i n g F = F i x ed

Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F)

FAB STEEL

CS

F

FV/450

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Instrument Tees with 2” Branch Tee With 2"
PTFE-Lined
Housing Materials FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings Flange Materials CS = ASTM A105 FV = Full Vacuum *Nominal ID. For exact ID to determine if an instrument will fit in the bore, field measurement is necessary.

150l b . F l an g ed Si z e (NPS) 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 Dim en s io n s (in .) P ar t N u m b er s T400M300ZM220 T400M300ZR220 T400M300ZS320 T400M300ZR320 T400M300ZM420 T400M300ZR420 T400M300ZS620 T400B300ZR620 T400M300ZS820 T400B300ZR820 T400M300ZSE20 T400B300ZRE20 T400M300ZSF20 T400B300ZRF20 P 5 9/16 4 1/2 6 5/16 5 1/2 7 1/16 6 1/2 8 1/16 8 9 5/16 9 10 3/8 11 11 7/8 12 T 4 1/8 5 3/8 6 7/8 8 3/4 11 13 3/8 13 1/4 16 1/8 16 J 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 15 S* 1 25/32 1 5/8 1 7/8 1 5/8 1 25/32 1 5/8 1 7/8 1 5/8 1 7/8 1 5/8 1 7/8 1 5/8 1 7/8 1 5/8 FAB STEEL CS Ho u s in g Mat er ial F l an g es Mat er ial R=Ro t at in g F=Fix ed F R F R F R F R F R F R F R FV/450 28/450 FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F)

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22

Strainer Tee Assembly Strainer Tee Assembly
PTFE-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged PTFE-Lined, 150lb. Flanged
Housing Material FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from carbon steel pipe and/or weld fittings. Flange Material CS = ASTM A105 DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron FV = Full Vacuum Note: 12th character in the part number indicates the size of the holes in the strainer. All part numbers in the table are shown with an “R”, which indicates 1/8” holes. The following are the available hole sizes and their corresponding character: Q = 1/16”; R = 1/8”; S = 3/16”; T = 1/4”; U = 5/16”; V = 3/8” If other hole sizes are required, please contact the factory.
B B

B

C

Si z e (N PS)

D i m en s i o n s (i n .) P ar t N u m b er B T807M3VVVV1R0 T807M3ZZZV1R0 T807M3VVVVBR0 T807M3ZZZVBR0 T807M3VVVV2R0 T807M3ZZZV2R0 T807M3VVVV3R0 T807M3ZZZV3R0 T807M3VVVV4R0 T807M3ZZZV4R0 T807M3VVVV6R0 T807M3ZZZV6R0 T807M3VVVV8R 0 3 1/2 4 4 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 8 C 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5

Ho u s in g Mat er i al

F l an g es Mat er i al DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS R = R o t at i n g F = F i x ed

Vac u u m R at i n g (i n . H g / F)

1 1 1/2 2 3 4 6

FAB STEEL 6 3/16 8 1/2

DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS DI CS

R

FV/450

8
10 12

T807M3ZZZV8R0
T 807M3VVVVER0

9 11 12

10 5/8 12 3/4 15

T807M3ZZZVER0
T 807M3VVVVFR 0

T807M3ZZZVFR0

FV/375

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Lugged Body Instrument Tees with 1" Branch Body Instrument Tees, 1" Branch
Polypropylene PVDF-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged PTFE / Polypropylene // PVDF-Lined, 150lb. Flanged
Housing Materials Fabricated Steel Flange Material ASTM A105 Forged Steel Vacuum Ratings All 1” - 8” lugged body instrument tees are rated for full vacuum at maximum operating temperature. 10” - 12” sizes are not rated for vacuum service. Actual branch inside diameter may vary. If ID of branch is critical, consult the factory. Note: Lugged Body Instrument Tees cannot be installed side by side, they need to have a flanged spool installed between them.
Si z e (NPS) Dim en s io n s (in .) L i n er PTFE 1 PP PVD F PTFE 1 1/2 PP PVD F PTFE 2 PP PVD F PTFE 3 PP PVD F PTFE 4 PP PVD F PTFE 6 PP PVD F PTFE 8 10 12 PP PVD F PTFE PTFE P ar t N u m b er s T400M3ZZZL110 T400P3ZZZL110 T400K3ZZZL110 T400M3ZZZLB10 T400P3ZZZLB10 T400K3ZZZLB10 T400M3ZZZL210 T400P3ZZZL210 T400K3ZZZL210 T400M3ZZZL310 T400P3ZZZL310 T400K3ZZZL310 T400M3ZZZL410 T400P3ZZZL410 T400K3ZZZL410 T400M3ZZZL610 T400P3ZZZL610 T400K3ZZZL610 T400M3ZZZL810 T400P3ZZZL810 T400K3ZZZL810 T400B3ZZZLE10 T400B3ZZZLF10 11 12 16 19 12 3/4 15 (12) 7/8-9 (12) 7/8-9 14 1/4 17 9 13 1/2 10 5/8 (8) 3/4-10 11 3/4 8 11 8 1/2 (8) 3/4-10 9 1/2 6 1/2 9 6 3/16 (8) 5/8-11 7 1/2 5 1/2 7 1/2 5 (4) 5/8-11 6 4 1/2 6 3 5/8 (4) 5/8-11 4 3/4 4 5 2 7/8 (4) 1/2-13 3 7/8 3 1/2 4 1/4 2 (4) 1/2-13 3 1/8 P T J H H o l es N o . & Si z e G

PTFE lined lugged body instrument tees are supplied with a rotating flange on the branch. PP & PVDF lined lugged body instrument tees are supplied with a fixed flange on the branch.

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Lugged Body Instrument Tees with 1.5" Branch Lugged Body Instrument Tees, 1.5” Branch
PTFE // Polypropylene / PVDF-Lined, 150lb. Flanged 150 lb. Flanged PTFE
Housing Materials Fabricated Steel Flange Material ASTM A105 Forged Steel Vacuum Ratings All 1 1/2” - 8” lugged body instrument tees are rated for full vacuum at maximum operating temperature. 10” - 12” sizes are not rated for vacuum service. Actual branch inside diameter may vary. If ID of branch is critical, consult the factory. Note: Lugged Body Instrument Tees cannot be installed side by side, they need to have a flanged spool installed between them.
Si z e (NPS) Dim en s io n s (in .) L i n er PTFE 1 1/2 PP PVD F PTFE 2 PP PVD F PTFE 3 PP PVD F PTFE 4 PP PVD F PTFE 6 PP PVD F PTFE 8 10 12 PP PVD F PTFE PTFE P ar t N u m b er s T400M3ZZZLBB0 T400P3ZZZLBB0 T400K3ZZZLBB0 T400M3ZZZL2B0 T400P3ZZZL2B0 T400K3ZZZL2B0 T400M3ZZZL3B0 T400P3ZZZL3B0 T400K3ZZZL3B0 T400M3ZZZL4B0 T400P3ZZZL4B0 T400K3ZZZL4B0 T400M3ZZZL6B0 T400P3ZZZL6B0 T400K3ZZZL6B0 T400M3ZZZL8B0 T400P3ZZZL8B0 T400K3ZZZL8B0 T400B3ZZZLEB0 T400B3ZZZLFB0 11 12 16 19 12 3/4 15 (12) 7/8-9 (12) 7/8-9 14 1/4 17 9 13 1/2 10 5/8 (8) 3/4-10 11 3/4 8 11 8 1/2 (8) 3/4-10 9 1/2 6 1/2 9 6 3/16 (8) 5/8-11 7 1/2 5 1/2 7 1/2 5 (4) 5/8-11 6 4 1/2 6 3 5/8 (4) 5/8-11 4 3/4 4 5 2 7/8 (4) 1/2-13 3 7/8 P T J H H o l es N o . & Si z e G

PTFE lined lugged body instrument tees are supplied with a rotating flange on the branch. PP & PVDF lined lugged body instrument tees are supplied with a fixed flange on the branch.

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Lugged Body Instrument Tees with 2" Branch Body Instrument Tees, 2” Branch
PVDF-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged PTFE / Polypropylene // PVDF Lined, 150lb. Flanged
Housing Materials Fabricated Steel Flange Material ASTM A105 Forged Steel Vacuum Ratings All 2” - 8” lugged body instrument tees are rated for full vacuum at maximum operating temperature. 10” - 12” sizes are not rated for vacuum service. Actual branch inside diameter may vary. If ID of branch is critical, consult the factory. Note: Lugged Body Instrument Tees cannot be installed side by side, they need to have a flanged spool installed between them.
Si z e (NPS) Dim en s io n s (in .) L i n er PTFE 2 PP PVD F PTFE 3 PP PVD F PTFE 4 PP PVD F PTFE 6 PP PVD F PTFE 8 10 12 PP PVD F PTFE PTFE P ar t N u m b er s T400M3ZZZL220 T400P3ZZZL220 T400K3ZZZL220 T400M3ZZZL320 T400P3ZZZL320 T400K3ZZZL320 T400M3ZZZL420 T400P3ZZZL420 T400K3ZZZL420 T400M3ZZZL620 T400P3ZZZL620 T400K3ZZZL620 T400M3ZZZL820 T400P3ZZZL820 T400K3ZZZL820 T400B3ZZZLE20 T400B3ZZZLF20 11 12 16 19 12 3/4 15 (12) 7/8-9 (12) 7/8-9 14 1/4 17 9 13 1/2 10 5/8 (8) 3/4-10 11 3/4 8 11 8 1/2 (8) 3/4-10 9 1/2 6 1/2 9 6 3/16 (8) 5/8-11 7 1/2 5 1/2 7 1/2 5 (4) 5/8-11 6 4 1/2 6 3 5/8 (4) 5/8-11 4 3/4 P T J H H o l es N o . & Si z e G

PTFE lined lugged body instrument tees are supplied with a rotating flange on the branch. PP & PVDF lined lugged body instrument tees are supplied with a fixed flange on the branch.

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45° Laterals

PTFE-Lined, 150lb. Flanged
Housing Materials CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings Flange Materials CAST STEEL = ASTM A105 CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron FV = Full Vacuum
Dim en s io n s (in .) P ar t N u m b er s LN00M3VVVV100 LN00B2ZZZN100 LN00M3VVVVB00 LN00B2ZZZNB00 LN00M3VVVV200 LN00B2ZZZN200 LN00M3VVVV300 LN00B2ZZZN300 LN00M3VVVV400 LN00B2ZZZN400 LN00M3VVVV600 LN00B2ZZZN600 LN00B3VVVV800 LN00B2ZZZN800 Y 5 3/4 7 8 10 12 14 1/2 17 1/2 Z 1 3/4 2 2 1/2 3 3 3 1/2 4 1/2 S 7 1/2 9 10 1/2 13 15 18 22 C 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 F l an g es Mat er ial DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL R=Ro t at in g F=Fix ed R F R F R F R F R F R F R F

Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8

Ho u s in g Mat er ial FAB STEEL CAST STEEL FAB STEEL CAST STEEL FAB STEEL CAST STEEL FAB STEEL CAST STEEL FAB STEEL CAST STEEL FAB STEEL CAST STEEL FAB STEEL CAST STEEL

Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F) FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/210, 15/450 No Vacuum

Laterals with rotating carbon steel flanges are available. These have the same vacuum ratings as the DI flanged models. 10" and 12" laterals are available with PFA liner.

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Concentric Reducers
PTFE-Lined
Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings Flange Materials CS = ASTM A105 for Rotating and A216 for Fixed DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron FV = Full Vacuum

C

G

F
150lb. Flanged Majo r Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 Min o r Siz e (NPS) .5 1 1 2 1.5 1 3 1.5 2 1 1.5 4 2 3 2 6 3 4 4 8 6 Dim en s io n s (in .) P ar t N u m b er 6000M1VV0N170 6000M1VV0NB10
6000Q2ZZ0NB10** 000M3ZZ0RB10

C 2 2 7/8

F 4 1/2 4 1/2

G 1 5/16 2 2

Ho u s in g Mat er ial DI DI
Cast Steel

F l an g es Mat er ial DI DI
CS

R = R o t at i n g F = F i x ed F F
F

Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F)

6000M1VV0N210
6000Q2ZZ0N210**

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N2B0
6000Q2ZZ0N2B0**

3 5/8

5 2 7/8 2

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N310*
6000Q2ZZ0N310**

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N3B0
6000Q2ZZ0N3B0**

5

6

2 7/8 3 5/8 2 2 7/8

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

FV/450

6000M1VV0N320
6000Q2ZZ0N320**

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N410*
6000Q2ZZ0N410**

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N4B0
6000Q2ZZ0N4B0**

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N420
6000Q2ZZ0N420**

6 3/16

7 3 5/8 5 3 5/8

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N430
6000Q2ZZ0N430**

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N620
6000Q2ZZ0N620**

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum

6000M1VV0N630
6000Q2ZZ0N630**

8 1/2

9

5 6 3/16 6 3/16

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N640
6000Q2ZZ0N640**

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N840
6000M2ZZ0N840

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N860
6000M2ZZ0N860

10 5/8

11 8 1/2

DI
Cast Steel

DI CS

F F

FV/450

* small side bolt holes are tapped with 1/2-13 UNC 2B threads ** Liner is PFA

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Concentric Reducers
PTFE-Lined
Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings Flange Materials CS = ASTM A105 for Rotating and A216 for Fixed DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron FV = Full Vacuum

C

G

F
150lb. Flanged Majo r Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 Min o r Siz e (NPS) .5 1 1 2 1.5 1 3 1.5 Dim en s io n s (in .) P ar t N u m b er 6000M1VV0N170 6000M1VV0NB10
6000Q2ZZ0NB10** 000M3ZZ0RB10

C 2 2 7/8

F 4 1/2 4 1/2

G 1 5/16 2 2

Ho u s in g Mat er ial DI DI
Cast Steel

F l an g es Mat er ial DI DI
CS

R = R o t at i n g F = F i x ed F F
F

Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F)

6000M1VV0N210
6000Q2ZZ0N210**

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N2B0
6000Q2ZZ0N2B0**

3 5/8

5 2 7/8 2

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N310*
6000Q2ZZ0N310**

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6000M1VV0N3B0

6000Q2ZZ0N3B0** 300lb . Flan g ed - Fab St eel B o d y On ly 6000M1VV0N320 2 Majo r Min o r 6000Q2ZZ0N320** P ar t N u m b er Si z e Si z e 6000M1VV0N410* (NPS) (NPS) 1 6000Q2ZZ0N410** 1 .5 6000MAYY0R170 6000M1VV0N4B0 115 . 1.5 6000MAYY0VB10 6000Q2ZZ0N4B0** 4 1 6000MAYY0V210 6000M1VV0N420 2 125 . 6000MAYY0V2B0 6000Q2ZZ0N420** 1 6000MAYY0R310 6000M1VV0N430 3 135 . 6000MAYY0R3B0 6000Q2ZZ0N430** 2 6000MAYY0R320 6000M1VV0N620 125 . 6000MAYY0R4B0 6000Q2ZZ0N620** 4 2 6000MAYY0V420 6000M1VV0N630 3 6 6000MAYY0V430 6000Q2ZZ0N630** 2 6000MAYY0R620 6000M1VV0N640 4 6 3 6000MAYY0R630 6000Q2ZZ0N640** 4 6000MAYY0R640 6000M1VV0N840 4 6000MAYY0R840 6000M2ZZ0N840 8 8 6 6000MAYY0R860 6000M1VV0N860 6 6000M2ZZ0N860

5

6

2 7/8

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

FV/450

Dim en s io n s (in .) 3 5/8 C 2 2 7/8
6 3/16 3 5/8

DI
CastuSteel Ho s in g Mat er ial DI Cast Steel

F 4 1/2 4 1/2
7 5

G 2 1 5/16
2 2/8 7

F l an g es F R = R o t at i n g DI F Mat er ial F = F i x ed CS F
CS

DI

F

Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg /°F)

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

2
3 5/8 27

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

2 5 6 2 5 /8 7 3 5/8
3 5/8 27

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6 3/16
8 1/2

7
9

3 5/8
5

DI FAB STEEL Cast Steel DI
Cast Steel

DI CS CS DI
CS

F F/R F F
F

FV/450 FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum FV/450 No Vacuum

3 5/8 8 1/2 9
6 3/16 5

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

6 3/16 10 5/8 10 5/8 11 11
6 3/16

DI
Cast Steel

DI
CS

F
F

8 1/2
8 1/2

DI
Cast Steel

DI CS

F F

FV/450

* small side bolt holes are tapped with 1/2-13 UNC 2B threads ** Liner is PFA

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Eccentric Reducers Eccentric Reducers

PTFE-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged PTFE-Lined, 150lb. Flanged
Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 FAB STEEL = Housing fabricated from pipe and/or weld fittings Flange Materials CS = ASTM A105 CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron FV = Full Vacuum
Majo r Min o r Si z e Si z e P ar t N u m b er s Major PS) (N Minor NPS) ( Size Size Part Numbers C (NPS) (NPS) 8000M3ZZ0SB10 1.5 1 8000M2ZZ0NB10 8000M3ZZ0SB10 1.5 1 2 1 8000M3ZZ0N2107/8 8000M2ZZ0NB10 2 1.5 8000M2ZZ0N2B0 1 8000M2ZZ0N210 2 3 5/8 1.5 8000M1VV0N3B0 1.5 8000M2ZZ0N2B0 8000M1VV0N320 3 2 8000M1VV0N3B0 1.5 8000M2ZZ0N320 8000M2ZZ0N3B0 3 5 1.5 8000M2ZZ0N4B0 8000M1VV0N320 2 8000M1VV0N420 4 2 8000M2ZZ0N320 8000M2ZZ0N420 1.5 8000M2ZZ0N4B0 8000M1VV0N430 3 8000M1VV0N420 2 8000M2ZZ0N430 4 8000M2ZZ0N420 6 3/16 3 8000M1VV0N630 8000M1VV0N430 3 6 8000M1VV0N640 4 8000M2ZZ0N430 8000B2ZZ0N640 8000M1VV0N630 4 8000M1VV0N840 3 8 8000M2ZZ0N630 6 8000M2ZZ0N8601/2 6 8 8000M1VV0N640 4 8000M2ZZ0N640 4 8 6 8000M1VV0N840 8000M2ZZ0N840 8000M1VV0N860 8000M2ZZ0N860 10 5/8 11 8 1/2 1 Dim en s io n s (in .) C 2 7/8 Dimensions F G F 4 1/2 G 2 Q Q 1/4 1/4 1/2 1/4 1/2 3/4 1/4 1/2 3/4 1/2 1 1 1/4 1/2 1 1 1/2 1/2 1 2 1 1/2 1 1 2 Ho u s in g Mat er ial Housing Material FAB STEEL CAST STEEL FAB STEEL FAB STEEL CAST STEEL CAST STEEL CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DI DI CAST STEEL CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DI DI CAST STEEL CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DI DI CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DI DI CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DI DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL F l an g es R Flanges =Ro t at in g Mat er ial F=Fix ed R=Rotating Material CS F=Fixed F CAST STEEL CS F CS CAST STEEL F CAST STEEL CAST STEEL F CAST STEEL DI F DI CAST STEEL CAST STEEL F CAST STEEL DI DI CAST STEEL F CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DI DI CAST STEEL CAST STEEL F DI I D CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DI DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL F F Vac u u m Rat in g Vacuum F) (in . Hg / Rating (in. Hg / oF FV/450 FV/450 FV/450 FV/450

4 1/2 3 5/8 5 5 5 6 6 3/16 7 6

2 2 2 7/8 2 2 7/8 2 7/8 3 5/8 2 7/8 2 7/8 3 5/8 3 5/8 2 7/8 5 3 5/8 5

7 8 1/2 9

FV/450 FV/450 28/450

5 6 3/16 6 3/16 5 8 1/2 6 3/16 6 3/19

10 5/8 9

11

F F

FV/45 FV/450 0 28/450 FV/450 NO VACUUM FV/450 NO VACUUM

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Ductile Iron Reducing FE-Lined, 150lb. Flanged Filler Flanges PTFE-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged Ductile Iron Reducing Filler Flanges
Iron conforms to ASTM A395.

ctile Iron Reducing Filler Flanges
PTFE-Lined, 150lb. Flanged
Ductile Iron conforms to ASTM A395
Ductile Iron conforms to ASTM A395.

es are Full Vacuum Rated to 450°F.

All sizes are Full-Vacuum rated to 450 oF

All sizes are Full Vacuum Rated to 450°F.

Min o r Si z e (NPS)
.5 .75 1 1 1.5 2 1 1.5 2 2.5 1 1.5 2 3 4 1.5 2 3 4 5 4 6 4 6 8

(NPS) (NPS) .5

Th ic kMajo r Min o r m b er Siaet N uz eb er s Par t Nun es ss z r Si m P
B

H - B o ltH -o les Ho les H B o lt
Th ODic kn es s B OD

No .
A 4 1/4 5 6

SN o . iz e
4

E - E -oBtoHo lo les B l l t H es B o lt B o lt B o lo lt Bt De h Cir c leCir c le CiCcrlc le De p tth ri e Si z e . S DiN o . NoSi z e iz e D iDi.a. a. D i a. a
G
G

Fa Flarle r e Diam et er ser s D i am et
K 2

1 3T00M0VV0C170 .75

3T00M0VV0C170

A

D
4 4
4

D

3T05 M0V1 0C13T00M0VV0CB10 V 90 1. 0 3T00M0V1 0CB3T00M0VV9/1210 V 10 1 0C 6
15 3T00M0V.V0C23T00M0VV0C2B0 10 2

3T00M0V1 0C8 90 V 5/ 1

4 1/4 5

1 5/8

1 9/16

4

5/8
4

5/8

5/8 3/4

3 1/8

3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4

4 4

1/2-13

1/2-13 2 3/8 2 3/4 1/2-13 2 3/1/8 34 38 3 1/1/8

2 3/8

F
7/8
7/8 7/8 7/8

F

K
2

J 1 3/8

B o lt B o lt Ho le Ho le Ro t aRo n at i o n ti o t

J 45 45 45 45
45

1 11/16 2

1 3/8 45 2

2 7/8 3 5/8

1 11/16 45 2
45 45

1 9/16

4

5/8
4

3 7/8

1/2-13

3T00M0VV0C2B0
1 1.5

2.5

2

1 0 /16 3T00M0VV9CC20
3T00M0VV0C310 3T00M0VV0C3B0

6 1 9/16
1 7 5/8 1 3/4

4 7 4
7 1/2

3/4 4 3/4
4

4 34 3/4 5 1/2 /4 5 1/2
3/4 6

38 3 1/7/8 1/2-5/3-11 4 3/4 18 4

1/2-13

7/8 7/8 7/8 7/8 3/8 7/4
11/16 7 /8 3/4

2 7/8

3 7/8

2 7/8 2 3 /5/8 3 5/8 414

3T00M0VV0CC20

1 9/16 1 5/8

4

5/8-1/1-13 4 3/4 12
4

3 1/8

3 3T00M0VV0C33T00M0VV0C320 10 2 V 3/ 4 3T00M0V1 0C33T00M0V1 0C4 10 V 20

3T00M0V.V0C33T00M0VV0C3C0 B0 25 3T00M0VV0C3C0 4 3T00M0VV0C410
3 2 1.5 3T00M0VV0C4B0 3T00M0VV0C420

7 1/2
2

1 5/8 1 7/8

1/2-5/3-11 18

3 4 /3/4 18

3 7/8

4 1/4
5

2

2 7/8 3 5/8

3 5/8 2

2 7/8

4
9

3/4
8 3/4

6

4
7 1/2

3 7/1/2 58

1 5/8

1 5/8 1 3/4

3T00M0V4 0C4BT00M0V1 0C8 40 V 5 30 V 5/ 5
15 3T00M0V.V0C43T00M0VV0C6B0 20 2 2 V 3/ 6 3T00M0VV0C43T00M0V1 0C4 20 30 3 V 6 3T00M0VV0C53T00M0V1 0C8 30 40 5/ 6

3T00M0VV0C430

1 7/8

9

1 5/8

8

10

3/4
8

8

7/8

7 1/2

8 1/2

34 4 3/1/8 5/8-1/1-13 3 7/8 12 5 1/2 4 4 3/4 5/8-11 3 1/8 6 1/2-13 8

5
6 3/16

2 4 1/8 7/8
23 5/8 2 7/8 3 5/8 5

45

11/16
1 11/16 78 3/4 7/8 1 1 1 8 1/2 7 5/16

7/8

4 1/8 None 2 None

4

8 5/8-11 3 7/4 65 46

1 7/8

4

5/8-11

1/2-13 4 3 /48 3 7/ 5/8-11

6 3/16

2 6 3/167/822 1/2
2 73 5/8 /8 3 5/8 5 5 6 3/16 7 5/16 None

3T00M0VV0C6B0
5 8

4

3T00M0VV0C640

11 3/4 0
2 1/8 1 3/4

8

11

7/8

7/8

8 1/2

9 1/2

8

5/8-11

3T00M0VV0C63T00M0VV0C840 20 4 3T00M0VV0C63T00M0V1 0C4 60 30 6 V 3/ 8

3T00M0V1 0C8 50 V 7/ 6

11

2

8

13 1/2

7/8
12

8

7/8

9 1/2

11 3/4 14 1/8 4

4

8 /2-13 1 3 7/8 3/4-10 8 1/2 8 5/8-11

7 1/2

7 5/16

6 3/16

22 1/2

11/16 3/8 7/4
1 1/8 7/8 7/8 10 5/8

2 7/822 1/2
None

5 1/2 7 6 1/2 9

3 6 3/165/822 1/2None
6 36 6 /16 /1 3 8 1/2 10 5/8

5/8-3/1-10 14

8 1/2 8 1/2 5 7 5/16 8 1/2 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8

4 V 1/ E 3T00M0VV0C63T00M0V2 0C8 40 40

3T00M0VV0C650 3T00M0VV0C840 3T00M0VV0C860
8

10

6

3T00M0VV0CE60

3T00M0VV0CE80

1 3/4 2

2 7/16

16

1

8

5/8-11 7 1/2/2 71 9 1/2 3/4-3/0-10 8 1/2 14 11 3/4

1 1 7/8 1 1/8 7/8 1

12 3/4

2 None 2 1/2 22 1/2 None None

13 1/2

8

7/8

11 3/4

8

5/8-11

7 1/2

3/4-10 5/8-11

9 1/2 7 1/2 9 1/2 11 3/4

10 5/8

6 3/16

3T00M0VV0CE40 3T00M0VV0CE60 3T00M0VV0CE80 2 7/16 16 12 1 14 1/4 8

3/4-10

12 3/4

33

Carbon Steel Reducing Filler Flanges Steel Reducing Filler Flanges
PTFE-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged PTFE-Lined
1” – 8” is Full Vacuum rated to 450°F. 10” & 12” are not vacuum rated. Note: The minor size bolt holes on reducing filler flanges are always threaded. Also, many sizes of this style of reducing filler flange are constructed with both the major size and minor size bolt holes as threaded. This is to prevent interference between bolt heads and nuts of the two connecting flanges. Please be aware of what these will be connected to - if connecting to other flanges that have threaded holes, a concentric reducer (through holes on both flanges) may be required. The PTFElined ductile iron reducing flanges are constructed with the major holes as through holes in all sizes. The thickness dimension may be different than the carbon steel reducing flange.
150lb. Flanged H - B o l t H o l es Majo r Min o r Si z e Si z e (NPS) (NPS) .5 .75 1 1 1.5 1 3 1.5 2 1 4 1.5 2 3 1 1. 5 6 2 3 4 3 8 4 6 3 10 4 6 8 6 12 8 10 P ar t N u m b er s Th ic kn es s B 1 1.5 2 3T00M0ZZ00170 3T00M0ZZ00190 3T00M0ZZ00B10 3T00M0ZZ00210 3T00M0ZZ002B0 3T00M0ZZ00310 3T00M0ZZ003B0 3T00M0ZZ00320 3T00M0ZZ00410 3T00M0ZZ004B0 3T00M0ZZ00420 3T00M0ZZ00430 3T00M0ZZ00610 3T00M0ZZ006B0 3T00M0ZZ00620 3T00M0ZZ00630 3T00M0ZZ00640 3T00M0ZZ00830 3T00M0ZZ00840 3T00M0ZZ00860 3T00B0ZZ00E30 3T00B0ZZ00E40 3T00B0ZZ00E60 3T00B0ZZ00E80 3T00B0ZZ00F60 3T00B0ZZ00F80 3T00B0ZZ00FE0 2 19 12 2 16 12 1 7/8-9 1 7/8-9 17 8 12 3/4-10 7/8-9 14 1/4 1 1/2 2 1 1/2 13 1/2 8 3/4-10 7/8 3/4-10 11 3/4 8 4 8 4 8 3/4-10 5/8-11 3/4-10 2 11 8 7/8 9 1/2 4 5/8-11 2 9 1 1/2 8 3/4 5/8-11 1 1/2 7 1/2 4 5/8-11 6 4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 OD No . A 4 1/4 5 6 4 4 4 1/2-13 1/2-13 5/8-11 Si z e B o lt Cir c le D i a. G 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 4 4 4 1/2-13 1/2-13 1/2-13 1/2-13 5/8-11 1/2-13 7 1/2 4 5/8-11 1/2-13 E - B o l t H o l es B o lt Cir c le D i a. D 2 3/8 2 3/4 3 1/8 3 1/8 3 7/8 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 3 1/8 3 7/8 6 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 6 7 1/2 6 7 1/2 9 1/2 6 9 1/2 11 3/4 9 1/2 11 3/4 14 1/4 3/4 13/16 5/8 3/4 13/16 13/16 1 1/4 12 3/4 10 5/8 3/4 D ep t h F 11 /16 9/16 9/16 5/8 9/16 5/8 3/4 9/16 5/8 3/4 9/16 5/8 8 1/2 6 3/16 5 F l ar e D i am et er s K 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 J 1 3/8 1 11/16 2 2 2 7/8 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 8 1/2 15 10 5/8 12 3/4 None None None None None B o lt Ho le R o t at i o n (degrees) 45 45 None 45 None 45

Carbon Steel conforms to ASTM A516 GR 70 or SAE 1010-1030.

No .

Si z e

34

36

Carbon Steel Reducing Filler Flanges Carbon Steel Reducing Filler Flanges
PTFE-Lined, 300 lb. Flanged PTFE-Lined
1” – 8” is Full Vacuum rated to 450°F. 10” & 12” are not vacuum rated. Note: The minor size bolt holes on reducing filler flanges are always threaded. Also, many sizes of this style of reducing filler flange are constructed with both the major size and minor size bolt holes as threaded. This is to prevent interference between bolt heads and nuts of the two connecting flanges. Please be aware of what these will be connected to - if connecting to other flanges that have threaded holes, a concentric reducer (through holes on both flanges) may be required. The PTFElined ductile iron reducing flanges are constructed with the major holes as through holes in all sizes. The thickness dimension may be different than the carbon steel reducing flange.
150llb..Fllanged 300 b Fan g ed

Carbon Steel conforms to ASTM A516 GR 70 or SAE 1010-1030.

H -H -oBoltoHoles B l t H l es
Majjor Miinor Ma o r M n o r Siiz e Siiz e S ze S ze (NPS) (NPS) (NPS) (NPS) Pa Numbe s Parrtt Nu m b errs

E - B o lE Ho lolt Holes t - B es

TThcck h i i knness es s B B

OD OD

Flareo lt F l ar e B ol B Vac u utm B o lBolt t B o lt Bolt Ho l s RHtone a i lg Cir c lercle Cir c le CDep t h DDptm et er sDiametere Ci ircle e ia h Noo. SiSiz e DiaDiaNo . No.iz e Siz e ia. Dia. ze S N. Ro t at io n (iR.oHg ion n tat/°F) . . D

A A 447184 //
5 6 1/8 6

G G 44 5/1/2-13 3 1/3 1/84 8-11 2

D

DF

KF 2 11/16
9/16 2 7/8 9/16 5/8 3 5/8 9/16 5/8 3/4 5 9/16 5/8 3/4

JK 1 3/4 2 1 11/16 1 3/8 /8 27 2 3 5/8 2 2 7/8 25 2 7/8 3 5/8 4 1/8 6 3/16 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 10 5/8 2 2 7/8 12 3/4 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/15 2

J

1 1
1.5 1.5 2

5 ..5 75 ..75 .5 1 1 1 1 1.5 1.5 1 1 1.5 1.5 2 2 1 2 1.5 1 2 1.5 3 2 1
13 .5

3T00B0YY0M170 3T00M0ZZ00 3T00B0YY0M190 3T00M0ZZ00 3T00B0YY0MB70 3T00M0ZZ00 1 3T00M0YY00B10 3T00M0ZZ002 3T00M0YY00210 ZZ B0 3T00M0YY002B0 3T00M0ZZ0031 3T00M0YY00310 ZZ B0 3T00M0YY003B0 3T00M0ZZ00320 3T00M0YY00320 3T00M0ZZ00410 3T00B00ZZ003C0 3T00M YY0M 4B 3T00M0YY00410 3T00M0ZZ00420 3T00M0YY004B0 3T00M0ZZ0043 33T00M0Z00610 T00M0YY00420 33T00M0Z006B 0 T00M0YY0043 3T00B0YY0M540 3T00M0ZZ0062 3T00M0YY00610 3T00M0ZZ00630 3T00B00ZZ006B0 3T00M YY0M 64 3T00M0YY00620 3T00M0ZZ00830 3T00M0YY00630 3T00M0ZZ00840 3T00M0YY00640 3T00M0ZZ00860 3T00B0YY0ME10 3T00B0ZZ00 8 3 3T00B0YY0M8B0 3T00B0ZZ00E40 3T00B0YY0ME20 3T00B0ZZ00 8 60 3T00M0YY00830 3T00B0ZZ00E80 3T00M0YY00840 3T00B0ZZ00F60 3T00M0YY00860 3T00B0ZZ00F80

15/16 1 /2 1 1 /1/6 1 2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2
1 1/2

1/2-13 2 5/8 2 3/8 9/16 4 1/2-13 5/8-11 3 1/4 2 3/4 1 3 15 4 /2-11/2-2 3 /8 3 9//16 18 5/8-11 3 1/2 3 1//8 58 4 1/2-13 5/8-11 3 1/2 3 7/8 5/8 3/4-10 4 3 1/8 1/2-13 5 4 /8-11 3 1/2 3 7/8 5/8 3/4-10 /8-4 1 /2 4 3/4 5 11 5/8-11 5 3 1/8 3/4 1/2-13 3/4-10 5 7/8 3 7/8 4 5/8-11 3 1/2 5/8 5/8-11 3/4-10 4 1/2 6 5/8-11 5 3 1/8 3/4 1/2-13 3/4-10 6 5/8 3 7/8 4 3/4-10 7 7/8 4 3/1 4 5/8-11 /8-3 1 /2 5 11 3 8/4-10 5 6 /8 4 1/2 7 1/1 2

41 °3/4 5
2 45° 2 2 7/8 --2 2 7/8 --3 5/8 2 22.5° 2 7/8 3 5/8 --5 2 22.5° 2 7/8

See 5 ote 4N See 5 ote 4N FV/4ne No 50
45 FV/450 None

4 1/2-13 3 7/8 4 3/4-10 4 1/2 4 4 5/8-11 4 3/4

2
3

6 1/2
7 1/2

8
4

5/8-11
5/8-11

5
6

4 4 8
7 1/2

3
4

1 1/2
2 1 3/8 121/2

8 1/4
9

8
8

3/4-10 6 5/8
3/4

FV/450 45 See Note None FV/450

4

10 1 1/2
2 1 5/8 1 1/2 2 2

8

7/8 5/8-11 3/4-10

4 7 7/8 8

6 3/16 9/16
5/8 3/4

5 6

4 2 1 3 1.5 4

111

7/8 88 3/4-10 9 1/9 1/28 4 3/4-10 7/8 10 5/8 7/8 8 11 3/4

7 5/16 6 3/11/2 8 6

22.5°/8 35
5

SeNonote e Ne FV/450

4

6
8

2 3 3 4 4 6 1 3 1.5 4 2 6 3 8 4 6 6 8

12 1/2
13 1/2

12
8

111122 // 1 7/8 2 2 1 122 /
19

3/3-4-10 4/ 10
1

5 5 4 /8-11 6 5/8-11 6 5/8 7 1//4 32 3 8/4-10 77 3/4-10 /8 9 1/2 5 4 /8-11 3 1/2 11/16 6 3/4-10 4 1/2 1 3/4-10 5 5 9 1/2 8 /8-11 6 5/8 11 3//4 34 3/4-10 7 7/8 9 1/2 3/4-10 8 10 5/811 3/16 1 3/4
12 7/8-9 14 1/4

8 1/2 3/4

6 3/16 See Note --5 6 3/16

FV/4ne No 50

13/16 6 3/16 5/8 3/4

78 ° /2 .5 1
5 6 3/16 See Note None -8- 1/2 10 5/8 8 1/2

4
14 1/4

10

16

12

8

15

12

1
7/8-9

13

8
17 12

113/16 0 5/8
13/16 1 1/4

12

1 12 7/8-9 7/8-9

FV/450
None

15° 5/8 10
12 3/4

10 3T00B0ZZ00FE0 Other sizes through 36" are available on request. Straight-through (non-tapered) bore available on request.

36

35

Special Taper-Bore Carbon Steel Reducing Filler Carbon Steel Reducing Filler Flanges Flanges Non-Standard Sizes
PTFE-Lined, 150lb., 1” - 30” PTFE-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged
Items below are available in stainless steel 304 or 316. Vacuum Rating Although the liner cannot collapse and block flow due to vacuum, these items are technically not vacuum rated. Repeated flexing due to vacuum cycling may reduce service life. Sizes not shown may be available - contact factory.
H - B o l t H o l es Majo r Min o r Si z e Si z e (NPS (NPS) .5 1.5 .75 1.25 .5 2 .75 1.25 1 2.5 1.5 2 3 5 6 8 1.25 2.5 2 3 .75 1 1.5 2 1 10 1.5 2 4 1 1.5 12 2 3 4 2 4 14 6 8 10 12 P ar t N u m b er s Th ic kn es s B 3T00B0ZZ0MB70 3T00B0ZZ0MB90 3T00B0ZZ0MBA0 3T00B0ZZ0M270 3T00B0ZZ0M290 3T00B0ZZ0M2A0 3T00B0ZZ0MC10 3T00B0ZZ0MCB0 3T00B0ZZ0MC20 3T00B0ZZ0M3A0 3T00B0ZZ0M3C0 3T00B0ZZ0M520 3T00B0ZZ0M530 3T00B0ZZ0M690 3T00B0ZZ0M810 3T00B0ZZ0M8B0 3T00B0ZZ0M820 3T00B0ZZ0ME10 3T00B0ZZ0MEB0 3T00B0ZZ0ME20 3T00B0ZZ0ME40 3T00B0ZZ0MF10 3T00B0ZZ0MFB0 3T00B0ZZ0MF20 3T00B0ZZ0MF30 3T00B0ZZ0MF40 3T00B0ZZ0MG20 3T00B0ZZ0MG40 3T00B0ZZ0MG60 3T00B0ZZ0MG80 3T00B0ZZ0MGE0 3T00B0ZZ0MGF0 1-8 1 5/8 21 12 1 1/8 18 3/4 8 8 4 5/8-11 3/4-10 7/8-9 1 1/2 19 12 1 17 4 5/8-11 1 7/16 16 12 1 14 1/4 4 8 1 3/8 13 1/2 8 7/8 11 3/4 4 1 3/16 1 3/16 1 1/4 7 1/2 10 11 4 8 8 1 7 4 3/4 5/8-11 3/4 5/8-11 7/8 3/4-10 7/8 6 8 1/2 9 1/2 4 4 4 5 1/2 4 1/2-13 5/8-11 1/2-13 5/8-11 5/8-11 1/2-13 1/2-13 5/8-11 1/2-13 5/8-11 1/2-13 7/8 6 4 5/8-11 4 3/4 4 1/2-13 13/16 5 4 1/2-13 3 7/8 4 1/2-13 OD No . A Si z e B o lt Cir c le D i a. G No . E - B o l t H o l es Si z e B o lt Cir c le D i a. D 2 3/8 2 3/4 3 1/2 2 3/8 2 3/4 3 1/2 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 3 1/2 5 1/2 4 3/4 6 2 3/4 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 7 1/2 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 6 7 1/2 4 3/4 7 1/2 9 1/2 11 3/4 14 1/4 17 11/16 3/4 1 7/8 16 1/4 3/4 15 5/8 9/16 1/2 11/16 11/16 11/16 11/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 11/16 3/4 7/8 12 3/4 10 5/8 5 7 5/16 8 1/2 4 1/8 1/2 3 5/8 D ep t h F 7/16 1/2 2 7/8 F l ar e D i am et er s C J 1 3/8 1 11/16 2 1/2 1 3/8 1 11/16 2 1/2 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 2 1/2 4 1/8 3 5/8 5 1 11/16 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 6 3/16 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 3 5/8 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 15 15 -----------45 45 ----45 45 B o lt Ho le R o t at i o n

12

36

38

Special Taper-Bore Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Reducing Filler Flanges Reducing Filler Flanges Non-Standard Sizes
PTFE-Lined, 150lb., 1” PTFE-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged - 30”
Items below are available in stainless steel 304 or 316. Vacuum Rating Although the liner cannot collapse and block flow due to vacuum, these items are technically not vacuum rated. Repeated flexing due to vacuum cycling may reduce service life. Sizes not shown may be available - contact factory.
Th ic k- Th ic kMajo r Minjo rr Min o r Ma o OD Siz e Siiz e Par t Nu ParerNu m b ern es s n es s mb t s S z e Si z e s (NPS) (NPS) (NPS) (NPS B 3 4 1.5 16 6 8 12 0 12 3 4 2.5 18 6 8 3 10 12 5 8 20 16 2 18 6 8 10 12 30 10 10 12 35 00B0ZZ0MB0ZZ0MB70 .T 3T 0 H30 .3T00B0ZZ0MB0ZZ0MB90 75 3T 0 H40 1325 0B0ZZ0MH60 0MBA0 . T0 3T 0B0ZZ 1 11/16 35 00B0ZZ0MB0ZZ0M270 .T 3T00 H80 .3T00B0ZZ0MB0ZZ0M290 75 3T00 HE0 1325 0B0ZZ0MB0ZZ0M2A0 . T0 3T00 HF0 3T00B03T00B0ZZ0MC10 ZZ MJ30 1 3T ZZ0MJ40 1.500B03T00B0ZZ0MCB0 3T00B03T00B0ZZ0MC20 ZZ MJ60 2 1 13/16 ZZ MJ80 13T00B03T00B0ZZ0M3A0 .25 35 2.T00B0ZZ0MJ0ZZ0M3C0 3T 0B E 0 3T00B0ZZ0MBFZZ0M520 2 3T 0 J 0 0 3T00B0ZZ0MB0ZZ0M530 3 3T00 K80 1 25 1 3/16 1 3/16 7 16 7 1/2 10 20 11 4 1 1/8 4 8 1 1/4 8 1 1/8-7 3/4 5/8-11 3/4 21 1/4 5/8-11 7/8 3/4-10 7/25 8 7/8 29 1/2 13/16 23 1/2 7/8 5 16 6 4 1 1/8 4 1/2-13 21 1/4 5/8-11 BA H - B o ltH - B o lt Ho les H o l es OD No . A Si z e No . E - B o l t E - B o l t H o l es H o l es F l ar e F l ar e B o l t B o lt B o lt B o lt Dia H Cir c le CDep t h DepDiam et er s m et er s o le Ho le ir c le th SiDe . z ia R o t at i o n o t at i o n D i a. R D 6 5/8-11 7 /2 4 1/2-13 3/4-10 9 1/2 11 3/4 DF 2 3/8 3/4 2 3/4 3 1/2 1 2 3/8 FC 7/16 1/2 18 1/2 1/2 CJ 5 8 1/2 10 5/8 15 5/8 9/16 18 1/2 1/2 11/16 11/16 11/23 16 11/16 5 4613816 // 8 1/2 J 1 3/8 45 2 1/2 --1 3/8 45 --45 45 -------2 1/2 2 2 7/8

B o lt B o lt Cir c le Cir c le No .. Siz e SiDe . z ia No . Dia G G 4 3 7/8 8

2673816 1 11/16 //

4 3/4 4 12 7/8-9 4

1/1411/4 2 3/4 2- 3 7/8 17 3 1/2 3 1/8 3/4 3 7/8

23 315/8 /4 1 11/16

6 5/8-11 1/2-13 7 1/2 5 1/2 4 8 6 3/4-10 4 7/8-9 9 /2 5/8-11

4 3/4 1 1/1113/4 3 1/2 2- 3

1- 1 5/8411/4 5 1/2 7/8 17 4 3/4 8 1/2 4 5/8-11 8 3/4-10 11 3/4 61 12 2 911/2 7/8-9 1/2-17 4 13 16 1 1/8-7 22 3/4 1/2-13 9 1/2 1183/4 3/4410 12 7/8-9 2 3/4 1 1/8 3 1/8 38 3 7//4

3 5/8 --10 5/8 2 1/2 5 12 3/4 4 1/8 15 3 5/8 7 5/16 10 5/8 5 8 112 /5 21 1 11/--16 2

1 15 27 1 .3T00B0ZZ0MB0ZZ0M690 /16 1 1/4 /2 75 3T00 KF0 3T00B0ZZ0MB0ZZ0M810 K J0 1 3T00 35 1.T00B0ZZ0MB0ZZ0M8B0 3T00 M60 3T00B0ZZ0MM0ZZ0M820 /8 21 2 3T00B E0 31 00B0ZZ0MB0ZZ0ME10 T 3T00 MF0 35 31 1.T00B0ZZ0MB0ZZ0MEB0 /4 3T00 NE0 3T00B0ZZ0MB0ZZ0ME2 0 /2 2 3T00 NF0 21 4 1 1.5 3T00B0ZZ0ME40 3T00B0ZZ0MF10 3T00B0ZZ0MFB0 3T00B0ZZ0MF20 3T00B0ZZ0MF30 3T00B0ZZ0MF40 3T00B0ZZ0MG20 3T00B0ZZ0MG40 3T00B0ZZ0MG60 3T00B0ZZ0MG80 3T00B0ZZ0MGE0 3T00B0ZZ0MGF0 1 5/8 1 1/2 1 3/8 32

24

13 1/2 8 20 1 3/8

1 3813/4 7/ 6

28 16

1 128 3/

3 16

4 11 14 2 /4 7/8-9 8

1- 1 5/8411/4 4 3/4 1 17 3 1/8 1/2-13 14 1/4 3 1 /1/4 78 17 4 3/1 4 5/8-11 7 1/2 1/2-13 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 5/8-11 6 7 1/2 5/8-11 3/4-10 7/8-9 4 3/4 7 1/2 9 1/2 11 3/4 14 1/4 17

8 1/2 2 7/8 5/8 10 5/8 27 6/4 12 3/4 3 5/--1 11/1 8 15 3/4 2 12 3/4 2 7/8 11/16 33 3/4 12 3/4 --15 3 5/8 3/4 6 3/16 7/8 15 2 2 7/8 3/4 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 11/16 3/4 1 7/8 16 1/4 3 5/8 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 15

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12

2 3 4 2 4 6 8 10 12

19

12

1

17

4

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14

21

12

18 3/4

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12

15

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Carbon Steel Reducing Filler Flanges Special Straight-Through Carbon Steel Bore Straight-Through, Reducing FillerNon-Taper Bore Flanges
PTFE-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged PTFE-Lined, 150lb., 1” - 24”
Items below are available in stainless steel 304 or 316. Vacuum Rating Although the liner cannot collapse and block flow due to vacuum, these items are technically not vacuum rated. Repeated flexing due to vacuum cycling may reduce service life. Sizes not shown may be available - contact factory.
H - B o l t H o l es Majo r Min o r Si z e Si z e (NPS) (NPS) 1.5 2 3 1 1 1 1.5 2 1 4 1.5 2 3 5 3 1 1.5 6 2 3 4 2 8 3 4 6 2 3 10 4 6 8 4 12 6 8 10 P ar t N u m b er s Th ic kn es s B 3S00B0ZZ0MB10 3S00B0ZZ0M210 3S00B0ZZ0M310 3S00B0ZZ0M3B0 3S00B0ZZ0M320 3S00B0ZZ0M410 3S00B0ZZ0M4B0 3S00B0ZZ0M420 3S00B0ZZ0M430 3S00B0ZZ0M530 3S00B0ZZ0M610 3S00B0ZZ0M6B0 3S00B0ZZ0M620 3S00B0ZZ0M630 3S00B0ZZ0M640 3S00B0ZZ0M820 3S00B0ZZ0M830 3S00B0ZZ0M840 3S00B0ZZ0M860 3S00B0ZZ0ME20 3S00B0ZZ0ME30 3S00B0ZZ0ME40 3S00B0ZZ0ME60 3S00B0ZZ0ME80 3S00B0ZZ0MF40 3S00B0ZZ0MF60 3S00B0ZZ0MF80 3S00B0ZZ0MFE0 1 5/8 19 12 1 7/8-9 17 8 12 7/8-9 1 9/16 16 12 1 14 1/4 8 3/4-10 5/8-11 3/4-10 7/8-9 1 1/2 13 1/2 8 7/8 3/4-10 11 3/4 8 4 3/4-10 8 4 5/8-11 3/4-10 5/8-11 1 3/8 11 8 7/8 9 1/2 4 5/8-11 1 5/16 10 8 1 5/16 9 8 3/4 5/8-11 3/4-10 8 1/2 4 7 1/2 4 5/8-11 5/8-11 1/2-13 13/16 7/8 1 3/16 1 5/16 7 1/2 4 5/8-11 6 4 OD No . A 5 6 4 4 1/2-13 5/8-11 Si z e B o lt Cir c le D i a. G 3 7/8 4 3/4 4 4 1/2-13 1/2-13 1/2-13 5/8-11 1/2-13 No . E - B o l t H o l es Si z e B o lt Cir c le D i a. D 3 1/8 3 1/8 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 6 6 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 6 7 1/2 4 3/4 6 7 1/2 9 1/2 4 3/4 6 7 1/2 9 1/2 11 3/4 7 1/2 9 1/2 11 3/4 14 1/4 7/8 15 7/8 12 3/4 3/4 5/8 10 5/8 5/8 8 1/2 5/8 7 5/16 5/8 11/16 6 3/16 5/8 5 D ep t h F 7/16 1/2 F l ar e D i am et er s C 2 7/8 3 5/8 J 2 2 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 5 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 ----22.5 ---22.5 ------45 45 --45 B o lt Ho le R o t at i o n

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Carbon Steel Reducing Filler Flanges Steel Bore Special Straight-Through Carbon Straight-Through, Non-Taper Bore Reducing Filler Flanges
PTFE-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged PTFE-Lined, 150lb., 1” - 24”
Items below are available in stainless steel 304 or 316. Vacuum Rating Although the liner cannot collapse and block flow due to vacuum, these items are technically not vacuum rated. Repeated flexing due to vacuum cycling may reduce service life. Sizes not shown may be available - contact factory.
H - B o lt H o lB o lt Ho les H - es Th ic k- Th ic kMajo r Man o r Min o r Mi jo r OD Si z e Sz e Siize SizPar t Nu m bteNu m b ern es s n es s e P ar r s s (NPS) ((NPS) (NPS) N PS) B 6 1.5 14
2 8 BA 13/16 7/8 21 1 3/16 1 5/16 OD

E - B o l t H o l es l t H o l es E - Bo B o lt Cir c le Siza. Di e D
19 1/2 /2-13 1/1 -3/4 12 1 3 B o lt Drp h Ciec lte D i a.

No .
A 5 6 12 7 1/2

SNo . iz e
4

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1/2-13 5/8-11 18 3/4 5/8-11

B o lt Cir c le Noi. . SiNe . zo Da G 3 7/8 4 8 3/4-10 4 3/4 4

F l ar e F l ar e B o l t B o lt Da D H Dep tih m et er siam et er so le Ho le Ro t at io nRo t at io n C F
7/16 1/2 16 1/4 5/8 11/162 8 1/ 5/8 21 5/8 23

F D
3 1/8 7/8 3 1/8 3 1/8 1 3 7/8 4 7//4 38 3 1/8 1 3 7/8 4 3/4 1 6 6 1 3 1/8 1 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 6 7 1/2 4 3/4

J C 8 18 2 7//2
3 /8 1055/8

J 2 45 45 --45

3S00B0ZZ00B060 0MB10 1 3S0 MG ZZ
1 3S 0MG ZZ 3S00B0ZZ00B080 0M210 1 3/4 3S00B03S00B0Z0 0M310 ZZ MGE Z 1

1 1/8 4 1-4 8 1 1/8
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2 -2

10 12 3 8

3S 1.5 00B0ZZ00B0F0 0M3B0 3S 0MG ZZ 3 2S00B0ZZ00B080 0M320 3S 0MH ZZ
1 3S00B03S00B0Z0 0M1 10 /16 ZZ MHE Z 4 13 135 00B0ZZ00B0F0 0M4B0 .S 3S0 MH ZZ 2 S00B0ZZ00B0ZZ0M420 3S0 MJE0 3 1 15/16 3 S00B0ZZ00B0ZZ0M430 3S0 MJF0 1 3S00B03S00B0E0 0M610 ZZ MM ZZ 2 1/4 1.5 00B0ZZ00B0F00M6B0 3S 0MM ZZ 3S 2 3 4 2 3 4 6 2 3 3S00B0ZZ0M620 3S00B0ZZ0M630 3S00B0ZZ0M640 3S00B0ZZ0M820 3S00B0ZZ0M830 3S00B0ZZ0M840 3S00B0ZZ0M860 3S00B0ZZ0ME20 3S00B0ZZ0ME30 3S00B0ZZ0ME40 3S00B0ZZ0ME60 3S00B0ZZ0ME80 3S00B0ZZ0MF40 3S00B0ZZ0MF60 3S00B0ZZ0MF80 3S00B0ZZ0MFE0

12 6 8

7/8-9 4 3/4-10 7/8-9
4

14 1/4 1/2-13 17 1 8 11 5/1 -3/4 14 1/4 1/2-13 17 14 1/4 5/8-11 17
5/8-7 1 11

12 3/4 15 5 10 5/8 12 3/4 15 6 3/16 12 3/4 15
7 5/5 6 11

18 2 7/5°
3 5/8 2 -2 7/8 3 5/8 --5 5 -2 --2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 3 5/8

16

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8

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10

4 6 8 4 6 8 10

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12

1

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7/8-9 1 7/8-9 8 12

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Blind Flanges
PTFE-Lined

Housing Material FS = Forged Steel, ASTM A105 Flanges conform to ANSI B16.5. Unlined blind flanges are intended for use with solid PTFE, PP, and PVDF blind spacers.

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Spectacle Blind Flanges
PTFE-Lined
Ring Style 150 lb Size (NPS) 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 Dimensions (inches) A 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 15 B 2 1/2 3 1/4 4 5 1/4 6 3/4 8 5/8 10 7/8 13 1/4 16 D 5/8 5/8 3/4 3/4 3/4 7/8 7/8 1 1 H 3/4 7/8 7/8 1 1/8 1 1/8 1 1/8 1 1/4 1 3/8 1 3/8 L 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 6 7 1/2 9 1/2 11 3/4 14 1/4 17 H Full Face Style 150 lb Size (NPS) 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 Dimensions (inches) A 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 15 B 4 1/4 5 6 7 1/2 9 11 13 1/2 16 19 H 13/16 15/16 1 1 3/16 1 3/16 1 1/4 1 3/8 1 3/8 1 1/2 L 4 1/4 5 6 7 1/2 9 11 13 1/2 16 19 L B A L D B A

PTFE-Lined Ring Spacers
150 l b . F l an g ed Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 Dim en s io n s (in .) A 2 5/8 3 3/8 4 1/8 5 3/8 6 7/8 8 3/4 11 13 3/8 16 1/8 B 3/4 1 3/8 1 3/4 2 3/4 3 3/4 5 23/32 7 11/16 9 11/16 11 21/32 D 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 15 1 1/2 Min . L en g t h

ANSI 150 Flange Bolt Drilling

H

Available in 1/16" increments between minimum length and 3.00".

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1.5 2 2.5

3 3/8 4 1/8 4 7/8

1 5/16 1 3/4 2 3/32

1.5 2 2.5

5 6 7 4

5/8

3 7/8 4 3/4 5 1/2 6 7 1/2 9 1/2 11 3/4 14 1/4 17

2.5 3 4 6 8 10 12

4 7/8 5 3/8 6 7/8 8 3/4 11 13 3/8 16 1/8

2 3/32 2 11/16 3 5/8 5 9/16 7 1/2 9 11/16 12

2.5 3 4 6 8 10 12

7 7 1/2 9 11 13 1/2 16 19 12 8

3/4

5 1/2 6 7 1/2 9 1/2 11 3/4 14 1/4 17

3/4 Spacers 2 11/16 3 7 1/2 3 5 3/8 4 / PTFE 6 7Polypropylene 1/ PVDF / 3//8 Spacers 5395/186 4 91 8 6 8 4 6

7/8 1

PTFE / Polypropylene / PVDF 8 11 7 1/2 8 13 1/2
10 13 3/8 Rin g Sizas s 300 Cl e (NPS) A Rin g
Si z e 1 (NPS) 2 5/8 A 1.5 3 3/8 1 2.5 1.5 3 2 4 2.5 6 3 8 4 10 6 12 8

7/8 1

9 11/16 12 B

10 12

16 19

12 Clas s 15016 1/8

12

C l as s 300 Rin g Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 4 6 8 B A PP/PVDF 2 7/8 4 3/4 4 3/8 5 1/8 5 7/8 7 1/8 9 7/8 12 1/8 11/16 1 5/16 1 3/4 2 3/32 2 11/16 3 5/8 5 9/16 7 1/2 P TFE 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 4 6 8 4 7/8 6 1/8 6 1/2 7 1/2 8 1/4 10 12 1/2 15 12 8 7/8 D F u l l F ac e B o l t H o l es N o . Si z e 4 3/4 7/8 3/4 B o lt Cir c le D i a. 3 1/2 4 1/2 5 5 7/8 6 5/8 7 7/8 10 5/8 1 13

F u l l F ac e D PP/PVDF 11/16
B

B o l t H o l es

P TFE 1 1.5 P TFE 2 6 1 4 7/8 2.5 7 1.5 6 1/8 3 7 1/2 2 6 1/2 4 9 2.5 7 1/2 6 11 3 8 1/4 8 13 1/2 4 10 10 16 6 12 1/2 12 19 8 15 4 1/4 D 5

2

1 5/16 PP/PVDF 4 1/8 1 3/4 2 7/8 11/16 4 7/8 2 3/32 4 3/4 1 5/16 5 3/8 2 11/16 4 3/8 1 3/4 6 7/8 3 5/8 5 1/8 2 3/32 8 3/4 5 9/16 5 7/8 2 11/16 11 7 1/2 7 1/8 3 5/8 13 3/8 9 11/16 9 7/8 5 9/16 16 1/8 12 12 1/8 7 1/2

B o lt Cir c le F u l l F ac e D i a. N o . Si z e B o lt Ho les 3 B/8lt 1o Cir c le 5/8 3 D/i8 . 7 a N o . Si z e 4 3/4 4 3/4 3 1/2 5 1/2 4 3/4/8 7 4 1/2 6 3/4 5 7 1/2 5 7/8 9 1/2 88 7/8 6 5/8 7/8 11 3/4 7 7/8 14 1/4 12 1 10 5/8 17 12 1 13

Standard thickness “C” is 1/2”. Custom thickness can be made upon request. Maximum thickness = 3”. All spacers are available with many different possible modifications. Spacers may be supplied as tapered, special bored, orifice tapped, taper bored for butterfly valves, reducing, blind, etc. If such custom-machined spacers are required, consult the factory.

Standard thickness “C” is 1/2”. Custom thickness can be made
Clas s request. Maximum thickness = 3”. upon 300 Rin g F u l l F ac e

All spacers are available with many different possible B Si z e B o lt B o t H o l es modifications. Spacers may be supplied as ltapered, special (NPS) A D Cir c le bored, orifice tapped, taper bored for butterfly valves, reducD i a. PP/PVDF PTFE N o . Si z e ing, blind, etc. If such custom-machined spacers are re1 2 7/8 1 factory. 1 4 7/8 3/4 3 1/2 quired, consult the1/16
1.5 2 2.5 3 4 6 8 4 3/4 4 3/8 5 1/8 5 7/8 7 1/8 1 5/16 1 3/4 2 3/32 2 11/16 3 5/8 7 1/2 1.5 2 2.5 3 4 6 8 6 1/8 6 1/2 7 1/2 8 1/4 10 12 1/2 15 12 8 7/8 4 7/8 3/4 4 1/2 5 5 7/8 6 5/8 7 7/8 10 5/8 13

C

C

C 5 9/16 9 7/8
12 1/8

C
1

Standard thickness “C” is 1/2”. Custom thickness can be made upon request. Maximum thickness = 3”.

B A B All spacers are available with manyAdifferent possible modifications. Spacers may be supplied as tapered, special bored, orifice tapped, taper bored for butterfly valves, reducing, blind, etc. If such custom-machined spacers are required, consult the factory.

D B
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Ring Spacer

Armored Ring Spacer

Full Face Spacer

Armored Full Face Spacer

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Bull’s Eye Sight Indicators Bull's Eye Sight Flow Indicators
PTFE-Lined, 150lb. PTFE-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged
Resistoflex Bull’s Eye Sight Indicators are ideal for observing fluid characteristics of severely corrosive liquids. Motion, flow and color can be inspected visually during the process, since these indicators are equipped with two heavy Pyrex* tempered and polished glass windows for ANSI Class 150 service. Drip Lips of PTFE are suggested for use with Resistoflex Sight Indicators where, because of small quantity of liquid in line, it is difficult to determine if flow is present. These devices collect the liquid and allow it to spill from the drip lip, which is located at the center of the glass. Drip lips can only be used in vertical lines. Flutter Flow Indicators are recommended in any service where it is necessary to determine if a line is completely full or completely empty. Movement in the flutter flow indicator shows that the line is full. Notes: Ductile Iron (A395) Bull’s Eye Sight Indicators have vacuum ratings as shown in the table and their maximum temperature rating is 400°F. 100% of Bull’s Eye Sight Indicators are hydrostatically tested at 425 psig prior to shipment. *Pyrex is a Corning Glassworks trademark.

Length

Ductile Iron Bull’s Eye Sight Indicator
Si z e (NPS) 1 1 1/2 2 3 4 6 P ar t # 5000B1VV0N100 5000B1VV0NB00 5000B1VV0N200 5000B1VV0N300 5000B1VV0N400 5000B1VV0N600 L en g t h 7 8 9 11 13 16 Vac u u m Rat in g (in . Hg / F) FV/300 FV/250 FV/250 FV/200 25/200 No Vacuum

Vacuum ratings for this product are for steady-state vacuum, only. Frequent vacuum cycling may reduce service life.

If the Sight Indicator is to include a Flutter Flow Indicator, the second character in the part number should be “F” (5F00B1VV0N200). If it is to include a Drip Lip, the third character of the part number should be “D” (50D0B1VV0N200). If both a drip lip and a flutter flow are required, use both characters (5DF0B1VV0N200).

Fabricated Bull’s Eye Sight Indicator in CS or SS
Size (NPS) 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 P ar t N u m b er 5000M3VV0V100 5000M3VV0VB00 5000M3VV0V200 5000M3VV0V300 5000M3VV0V400 5000M3VV0V600 A 4.806 5.575 5.857 7.035 7.572 9.354 B 3.914 4.475 4.924 6.102 6.764 8.425 C 2.605 3.103 3.490 4.299 4.954 6.330 D 3.500 4.000 4.500 5.500 6.500 8.000
A B C

• Fabricated sight indicators are rated for full vacuum to 400°F. • If the Sight Indicator is to include a Flutter Flow Indicator, the second character in the part number should be “F” (5F000M3VV0V200). • 100% of Fabricated Bull’s Eye Sight Indicators are hydrostatically tested at 425 psig prior to shipment. • Drip Lip Option Not Available on Fabricated Bull’s Eye Sight Indicators

D

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90° Elbows 90° Elbows / PVDF / PFA-Lined Polypropylene
Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron Housing Materials CAST STEEL = ASTM Ductile DI = ASTM A395 Cast A216 Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Vacuum Ratings Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. Vacuum Ratings PVDF-lined fittings are rated forrated for full vacuum at 225°F. Polypropylene-lined fittings are full vacuum at 275°F. Consult factory for are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. PVDF-lined fittings vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Consult factory for vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Note: All PP / PVDF / PFA-lined fitting housings are Castings. Flanged PP / PVDF Note: All are fixed. / PFA-lined fitting housings are Castings. Flanged are fixed.

Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined

A A

A A

J J

150 lb. Flanged 150Siz e lb. Flanged (NiPS) S ze
(NPS) 1 1 1.5 1.5 2 2 2.5 2.5 3 3 4 4 6 6 8 8 10 12 0 12 Ho u s in g Mat s in l Ho uer iag Mat eIr ial D CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CAST STEEL CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CAST STEEL CAST STEEL CAST STEEL Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial an d Ho u s in g Mat er ial P ar N e Po ly p r o p ytlenu m b er s b y L in er MVtDFial an d Ho u s in g Mat er ialA P a er PF EPo 0P1o p y lNn00 90l y p r V V 0 e1 e E900P2ZZ 0N100 E900P1VV0N100 E900P1VV0N100 E900P2ZZ B00 E900P2ZZ 0NB00 E900P1VV0NB00 E900P1VZ0NB00 2ZV0N2 E900P2ZZ 0N200 E900P1VV0N200 E900P2ZZ0NC00 2 E900P1VZ0NC00 2Z V0N3 E900P2ZZ 0N300 E900P1VV0N300 E900P1VZ0N300 E900P2ZV0N400 E900P2ZZ 0N400 E900P1VV0N400 E900P1VV0N400 E900P2ZZ 0N600 E900P2ZZ 0N600 E900P1VV0N600 E900P1VV0N600 E900P2ZZ 0N800 E900P2ZZ 0N800 E900P1VV0N800 E900P2ZZ0NE00 8 F E900P2ZZ0NE00 E900P2ZZ0NF00 PVD F E900K1VV0N100 E900K2ZZ 0N100 E900K1VV0N100 E900K1VV0N100 E900K2ZZ B00 E900K2ZZ 0NB00 E900K1VV0NB00 E900K1VZ0NB00 2ZV0N2 E900K2ZZ 0N200 E900K1VV0N200 E900K2ZZ0NC00 2 E900K1VZ0NC00 2Z V0N3 E900K2ZZ 0N300 E900K1VV0N300 E900K1VZ0N300 E900K2ZV0N400 E900K2ZZ 0N400 E900K1VV0N400 E900K1VV0N400 E900K2ZZ 0N600 E900K2ZZ 0N600 E900K1VV0N600 E900K1VV0N600 E900K2ZZ 0N800 E900K2ZZ 0N800 E900K1VV0N800 E900K2ZZ0N800 N/A N/A E900QPVA 0N100 1F V E900Q2ZZ 0N100 E900Q1VV0N100 E900Q1VV0N100 E900Q2ZZ B00 E900Q2ZZ 0NB00 E900Q1VV0NB00 E900Q1VZ0NB00 2ZV0N2 E900Q2ZZ 0N200 E900Q1VV0N200 E900QNZZ0N200 2 /A E900Q1VV0N300 N/A E900Q2ZZ 0N300 E900Q1VV0N300 E900Q1VZ0N300 E900Q2ZV0N400 E900Q2ZZ 0N400 E900Q1VV0N400 E900Q2ZZ0N400 E900Q1VV0N600 N/A E900Q1VV0N600 E900Q1VV0N800 N/A N/A E900Q1VV0N800 N/A N/A N/A Dim en s io n s (in .) Dim en s io n s (in .) A J A 3 1/2 3 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 4 1/2 5 5 5 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 6 1/2 8 8 9 9 11 12 1 12 J 1 7/8 1 7/8 2 11/16 2 11/16 3 7/16 3 7/16 3 15/16 3 15/16 4 5/8 4 5/8 5 15/16 5 15/16 8 8 10 1/16 10 1/16 12 3/4 13 12 5 /4 15

300 lb. Flanged 300 lb.zFlanged Si e

(NiPS) S ze (N1"S) P 115" ." 125" ." 2" 3 3 4" 4" 6 6"

Ho u s in g Mat s in l Ho uer iag Mat er ial

Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial Po ly p r o pParn e u m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial VDF y le t N P P 0 y p r YY0N n e E9o l0P9o p y le100 1 E900P9YY0NB00 E900P9YY0NB00 2 E900P9YY0N200 3 E900P9YY0N300 4 4 E900P9YY0N600 E900P9YY0N600 PVD F E900K9YY0N100 1 E900K9YY0NB00 E900K9YY0NB00 2 E900K9YY0N200 3 E900K9YY0N300 4 4 E900K9YY0N600 E900K9YY0N600 A 4

Dim en s io n s (in .) A Dim en s io n s (in .)J 1 J /8 7 21 1/16 17 8 2 11/16 3 7/16 3 7//8 4 516 54 5/8 6 1 1 5 18 /16 5 8 4 4 /2 1 4 1/2 5 5 6 6 7 8 7 /2 1 8 1/2

CAST STEEL CAST STEEL

NOTE: 10" and 12" Polypropylene-lined fittings are made with glass-filled resin and are not recommended for hydrofluoric acid or sodium hydroxide service

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Reducing 90o Elbows Reducing 90° Elbows Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged
Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined, 150lb. Flanged
Housing Materials CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Vacuum Ratings Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. Consult factory for vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Note: All PP / PVDF / PFA-Lined fitting housings are castings. Flanges are fixed.
A

C

A

Majo r Si z e (NPS) 1.5 2

Min o r Si z e (NPS) 1 1 1.5 1 1.5 2 1 1.5 2 3 2

Ho u s in g Mat er ial

Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial an d Ho u s in g Mat er ial P o l y p r o p y l en e E9R0P2ZZ0NB10 E9R0P2ZZ0N210 E9R0P2ZZ0N2B0 E9R0P2ZZ0N310 E9R0P2ZZ0N3B0 E9R0P2ZZ0N320 E9R0P2ZZ0N410 PVD F E9R0K2ZZ0NB10 E9R0K2ZZ0N210 E9R0K2ZZ0N2B0 E9R0K2ZZ0N310 E9R0K2ZZ0N3B0 E9R0K2ZZ0N320 E9R0K2ZZ0N410 E9R0K2ZZ0N4B0 E9R0K2ZZ0N420 E9R0K2ZZ0N430 E9R0K2ZZ0N620 E9R0K2ZZ0N630 E9R0K2ZZ0N640 E9R0K2ZZ0N840 E9R0K2ZZ0N860 N/A 9 8 PFA E9R0Q2ZZ0NB10 E9R0Q2ZZ0N210 E9R0Q2ZZ0N2B0 E9R0Q2ZZ0N310 E9R0Q2ZZ0N3B0 E9R0Q2ZZ0N320 E9R0Q2ZZ0N410 E9R0Q2ZZ0N4B0 E9R0Q2ZZ0N420 E9R0Q2ZZ0N430 6 1/2 5 1/2 A 4 4 1/2

Dim en s io n s (in .) J 2 11/16 3 7/16 C 1 7/8 1 7/8 2 11/16 1 7/8 4 5/8 2 11/16 3 7/16 1 7/8 5 15/16 2 11/16 3 7/16 4 5/8 3 7/16 8 4 5/8 5 15/16 10 1/16 5 15/16 8

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E9R0P2ZZ0N4B0 E9R0P2ZZ0N420 E9R0P2ZZ0N430 E9R0P2ZZ0N620 E9R0P2ZZ0N630 E9R0P2ZZ0N640 E9R0P2ZZ0N840 E9R0P2ZZ0N860

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45° Elbows 45° Elbows / PVDF / PFA-Lined Polypropylene
Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron Housing Materials CAST STEEL = ASTM Ductile DI = ASTM A395 Cast A216 Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Vacuum Ratings Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. Vacuum Ratings PVDF-lined fittings are rated forrated for full vacuum at 225°F. Polypropylene-lined fittings are full vacuum at 275°F. Consult factory for are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. PVDF-lined fittings vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Consult factory for vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Note: All PP / PVDF / PFA-lined fitting housings are castings. Flanged are fixed. / PFA-lined fitting housings are castings. Note: All PP / PVDF Flanged are fixed.
150 lb. Flanged 150 Siz e lb. Flanged

Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined

B B J J

(NiPS) S ze (NPS) 1 1 1.5 1.5 2 2 2.5 2.5 3 3 4 4 6 6 8 8 10 12 0 12

Ho u s in g Mat s in l Ho uer iag Mat eIr ial D CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CAST STEEL CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CAST STEEL CAST STEEL CAST STEEL

Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial an d Ho u s in g Mat er ial Mat er er i a Po ly pPo ptyNu m b er s b y L in er PVDFial an d Ho u s in g MatPFAl r ar l en e EPo lyP1o p y lNn00 500 p r V V 0 e1 e E500P2ZZ 0N100 E500P1VV0N100 E500P1VV0N100 E500P2ZZ B00 E500P2ZZ 0NB00 E500P1VV0NB00 E500P1VZ0NB00 2ZV0N2 E500P2ZZ 0N200 E500P1VV0N200 E500P2ZZ0NC00 2 E500P1VZ0NC00 2Z V0N3 E500P2ZZ 0N300 E500P1VV0N300 E500P1VZ0N300 E500P2ZV0N400 E500P2ZZ 0N400 E500P1VV0N400 E500P1VV0N400 E500P2ZZ 0N600 E500P2ZZ 0N600 E500P1VV0N600 E500P1VV0N600 E500P2ZZ 0N800 E500P2ZZ 0N800 E500P1VV0N800 E500P2ZZ0NE00 8 F E500P2ZZ0NE00 E500P2ZZ0NF00 PVD F E500K1VV0N100 E500K2ZZ 0N100 E500K1VV0N100 E500K1VV0N100 E500K2ZZ B00 E500K2ZZ 0NB00 E500K1VV0NB00 E500K1VZ0NB00 2ZV0N2 E500K2ZZ 0N200 E500K1VV0N200 E500K2ZZ0NC00 2 E500K1VZ0NC00 2Z V0N3 E500K2ZZ 0N300 E500K1VV0N300 E500K1VV0N300 E500K2ZZ 0N400 E500K2ZZ 0N400 E500K1VV0N400 E500K1VV0N400 E500K2ZZ 0N600 E500K2ZZ 0N600 E500K1VV0N600 E500K1VV0N600 E500K2ZZ 0N800 E500K2ZZ 0N800 E500K1VV0N800 E500K2ZZ0N800 N/A N/A E500QPVA 0N100 1F V E500Q2ZZ 0N100 E500Q1VV0N100 E500Q1VV0N100 E500Q2ZZ B00 E500Q2ZZ 0NB00 E500Q1VV0NB00 E500Q1VZ0NB00 2ZV0N2 E500Q2ZZ 0N200 E500Q1VV0N200 E500QNZZ0N200 2 /A E500Q1VV0N300 N/A E500Q2ZZ 0N300 E500Q1VV0N300 E500Q1VZ0N300 E500Q2ZV0N400 E500Q2ZZ 0N400 E500Q1VV0N400
E500Q1VV0N600 E500Q2ZZ0N400 N/A E500Q1VV0N600 E500Q1VV0N800 N/A N/A E500Q1VV0N800
N/A N/A N/A

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B

B

Dim en s io n s (in .) Dim en s io n s (inJ) . B B 1 3/4 1 3/4 2 1/4 2 1/4 2 1/2 2 1/2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 7 1/2 6 7 1/2 J 1 7/8 1 7/8 2 11/16 2 11/16 3 7/16 3 7/16 3 15/16 3 15/16 4 5/8 4 5/8 5 15/16 5 15/16 8 8 10 1/16 10 1/16 12 3/4 13 12 5 /4 15

300 lb. Flanged 300 lb.zFlanged Si e
(NiPS) S ze (NPS) 1 11 .5 125 . 3 2 4 3 6 4 6 CAST STEEL CAST STEEL Ho u s in g Mat s in l Ho uer iag Mat er ial Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial Po ly p r o pParn e u m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial VDF y le t N P P 0 y p r YY0N n e E5o l0P9o p y le100 E500P9YY0NB00 1 2 E500P9YY0NB00 E500P9YY0N300 2 4 E500P9YY0N300 E500P9YY0N600 4 E500P9YY0N600 PVD F E500K9YY0N100 E500K9YY0NB00 1 2 E500K9YY0NB00 E500K9YY0N300 2 4 E500K9YY0N300 E500K9YY0N600 4 E500K9YY0N600 Dim en s io n s (in .) BDim en s io n s (in .)J 2 B/4 1 2 3/4 1 2 3 /4 3 3 /2 1 4 1/2 3 5 4 1/2 5 1/2 1 J /8 7 21 1/16 17 8 3 7/16 2 11/16 4 5 16 3 7//8 54 5/8 6 1 1 5 18 /16 5 8

NOTE: 10" and 12" Polypropylene-lined fittings are made with glass-filled resin and are not recommended for hydrofluoric acid or sodium hydroxide service

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Equal Tees Equal Tees / PVDF / PFA-Lined Polypropylene

Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron Housing Materials Housing Materials CAST STEEL = ASTM Ductile Iron DI = ASTM A395 Cast A216 Iron DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Vacuum Ratings Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. Vacuum Ratings Vacuum Ratings PVDF-lined fittings are rated forrated for full vacuum at 225°F. Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full at 275°F.at 225°F. Polypropylene-lined fittings are full vacuum vacuum Consult factory for are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. PVDF-lined fittings vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. Consult factory for vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Consult factory for vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Note: All PP / PVDF / PFA-lined fitting housings are Castings. Flanged PP // PVDF PFA-lined fitting housings are Castings. Note: All are fixed. // PFA-lined fitting housings are Castings. Note: All PP PVDF Flanged are fixed. Flanged are fixed.

Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined

150 lb. Flanged 150 SizFlanged 150 lb. e lb. Flanged

(NiPS) S iz e S ze ((NPS)) N PS 1 1 1 1.5 1..5 15 2 2 2 2.5 2..5 25 3 3 3 4 4 4 6 6 6 8 8 8 10 12 10 0

Ho u s in g Mat s al Ho ueriing Ho us in g MatteIrriiall MaD a e CASTDIITEEL S D CASTDSTEEL I CAST S TEEL CASTDIITEEL S D CASTDSTEEL I CAST S TEEL CASTDIITEEL S D CAST STEEL CAST STEEL CASTDSTEEL I CAST S TEEL CASTDIITEEL S D CASTDSTEEL I CAST S TEEL DIITEEL C AST D S CASTDSTEEL I CAST S TEEL CASTDIITEEL* S D CASTDSTEEL* I CAST S TEEL* CASTDIITEEL* S D CAST STEEL* CAST STEEL*

Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial an d Ho u s in g Mat er ial Parr y Nu m b e s b y L n e Matte a an d Ho u s n g Materr ia Ma F e a Po ly pPo ptt Nu m b errs b y L iin err PVDerriiall an d Ho u s iin g MatPFiAll r a l en e Po lly p V p Vle 1 e P o P 1 o p y en e TN00yp rro Vy lNn 00 TN00P1VVZN100 2Z VVN100 TN00P1VZVN100 TN 00P2ZZZNB00 TTN00P2ZVVN100 N00P1V ZZ 1 TN00P1VVZNB00 2Z VVNB00 TN00P1VZVNB00 TN00P2ZZ VNB00 TN00P1VVZNB00 TN00P2ZZZ 2 TN00P1VVZN200 2Z VVN200 TN00P1VZVN200 TN00P2ZZZNC00 TN00P2ZZZN2 00 2 TN00P1VZZNC00 TN00P2ZVVNC00 2ZZZ N3 TN00P1VVZN300 2Z VVN300 TN00P1VZVN300 TN00P2ZZVN3 00 TN00P1VVZN300 TN00P2ZZZ 4 TN00P1VVZN400 2Z VVN400 TN00P1VZVN400 TN00P2ZZVN400 TN00P1VVZN400 TN00P2ZZZ 6 TN00P1VVZN600 2Z VVN600 TN00P1VZVN600 TN00P2ZZVN600 TN00P1VVZN600 TN00P2ZZZ 8 TN00P1VVZN800 2Z VVN800 TN00P1VZVN800 P VD F TN00KPVDF N100 1 VV TN00K1VVZN100 2Z VVN100 TN00K1VZVN100 TN 00K2ZZZNB00 TTN00K2ZVVN100 N00K1V ZZ 1 TN00K1VVZNB00 2Z VVNB00 TN00K1VZVNB00 TN00K2ZZ VNB00 TN00K1VVZNB00 TN00K2ZZZ 2 TN00K1VVZN200 2Z VVN200 TN00K1VZVN200 TN00K2ZZZNC00 TN00K2ZZZN2 00 2 TN00K1VZZNC00 TN00K2ZVVNC00 2ZZZ N3 TN00K1VVZN300 2Z VVN300 TN00K1VZVN300 TN00K2ZZVN3 00 TN00K1VVZN300 TN00K2ZZZ 4 TN00K1VVZN400 2Z VVN400 TN00K1VZVN400 TN00K2ZZVN400 TN00K1VVZN400 TN00K2ZZZ 6 TN00K1VVZN600 2Z VVN600 TN00K1VZVN600 TN00K2ZZVN600 TN00K1VVZN600 TN00K2ZZZ 8 TN00K1VVZN800 2Z VVN800 TN00K1VZVN800 PFA TN00QPVA VN100 1 FV TN00Q1VVZN100 2Z VVN100 TN00Q1VZVN100 TN 00Q2ZZZNB00 TTN00Q2ZVVN100 N00Q1V ZZ 1 TN00Q1VVZNB00 2Z VVNB00 TN00Q1VZVNB00 TN00Q2ZZ VNB00 TN00Q1VVZNB00 TN00Q2ZZZ 2 TN00Q1VVZN200 2Z VVN200 TN00Q1VZVN200 TN00Q2ZZZNC00 TN00Q2ZZZN2 00 2 TN00Q1VZZNC00 TN00Q2ZVVNC00 2ZZZ N3 TN00Q1VVZN300 2Z VVN300 TN00Q1VZVN300 TN00Q2ZZVN3 00 TN00Q1VVZN300 TN00Q2ZZZ 4 TN00Q1VVZN400 2Z VVN400 TN00Q1VZVN400 TN00Q2ZAZN400 TN00QNZZZN400 2 /Z N//A NA TN00Q3VVVV600* N/A TN00Q3VVVV600* TN00Q3VVVV600* N//A NA TN00Q3VVVV800*
TN00Q3VVVV800* TN00Q3VVVV800*

Dim en s io n s (in .) Diim en s iio n s ((iinJ)) D A m en s o n s n.. A A 3 1/2 3 1//2 312 4 4 4 4 1/2 4 1//2 412 5 5 5 5 1/2 5 1//2 512 6 1/2 6 1//2 612 8 8 8 9 9 9 11 12 1 11 12 12 J J 1 7/8 1 7//8 178 2 11/16 2 11//16 2 11 16 3 7/16 3 7//16 3 7 16 3 15/16 3 15//16 3 15 16 4 5/8 4 5//8 458 5 15/16 5 15//16 5 15 16 8 8 8 10 1/16 10 1//16 10 1 16 12 3/4 12 5 //4 13 12 3 4 15 15

TN00K2ZZZN800 TN00P2ZZZNE00 TN00P2ZZZN8 00 8 TN00K2ZZZN800 N/A CAST STEEL TN00P2ZZZNE00 CAST STEEL TN00P2ZZZNF 00 E N//A NA 12 CAST STEEL TN00P2ZZZNF00 12 CAST STEEL TN00P2ZZZNF00 * 6" and 8" PFA-Lined Tees are Fabricated Steel with Rotating Flanges * 6" and 8" PFA-Lined Tees are Fabricated Steel with Rotating Flanges * 6" and 8" PFA-Lined Tees are Fabricated Steel with Rotating Flanges
300l b . Fl an g ed - C as t St eel B o d y On l y 300llb ..zFllan g ed -- C asotuSttieell B o d y On lly 300 Si F an g ed CHst S ee B o d y On y b e a s ng (Ni zS) SP e Si z e ((N1"S)) NP S P 115" ." 1" 125" 1.." " 5 2" 3" 2 3 4"" 3 4" 6" 4 6" 6" C AST STEEL C AST STEEL C AST STEEL Mat al H o ueriing H o us i n g s Matterriiall Ma e a Par t N u m b er s b y L i n er Mat er i al

D i m en s i o n s (i n .) D m en s o n s n A D iim en s iio n s ((iin ..))J A A 4 4 4 /2 1 4 4 1//2 45 2 1 5 6 5 6 7 6 8 7 /2 1 7 8 1//2 812 J 1 J /8 7 21 1//86 17 8 17 1 2 11//16 3 7/ 6 2 11116 3 7//16 458 3 7 16 54 5//8 6 1 8 4 51 5 18 //16 5 15 16 5 8 8

Pla tt N u m b e s b y L n e Ma e a Po l y p r o pParrn e u m b errs b y L iin err MatterriiallVD F ye N P P o ly p rrYY0N n e EPo l0P9o p y lle100 90 y p o p y en e 1 E900P9YY0NB00 E900P9YY0N100 E900P9YY0NB00 E900P9YY0N2 00 B E900P9YY0N200 3 E900P9YY0N200 E900P9YY0N300 4 E900P9YY0N300 4 E900P9YY0N600 E900P9YY0N400 E900P9YY0N600 E900P9YY0N600 PVD F PVD F E900K9YY0N100 1 E900K9YY0NB00 E900K9YY0N100 E900K9YY0NB00 E900K9YY0N2 00 B E900K9YY0N200 3 E900K9YY0N200 E900K9YY0N300 4 E900K9YY0N300 4 E900K9YY0N600 E900K9YY0N400 E900K9YY0N600 E900K9YY0N600

NOTE: 10" and 12" Polypropylene-lined fittings are made with glass-filled resin and are not recommended for hydrofluoric acid or sodium hydroxide service

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Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM A216

Reducing Tees

Polypropylene // PVDF // PFA-Lined Polypropylene PVDF PFA-Lined

Vacuum Ratings Housing Materials Housing Materials Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron PVDF-lined fittings areA216 for full vacuum at 275°F. CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 CAST STEEL = ASTM rated Consult factory for vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Vacuum Ratings Vacuum Ratings Note: All PP / PVDF fittings are rated for full vacuumCastings. Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. Polypropylene-lined / PFA-lined fitting housings are at 225°F. Flanged are fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. PVDF-lined fixed. Consult factory for vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Consult factory for vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Note: All PP // PVDF // PFA-lined fitting housings are Castings. Note: All PP PVDF PFA-lined fitting housings are Castings. 150 lb. Flanged Flanged are fixed. Flanged are fixed.
Majo r Si z e (NPS) Min o r Si z e (NPS) Ho u s in g Mat er ial DI CAST STEEL Ho u sIiin g Ho Ds n g u Matterriiall Ma e a CAST STEEL DII D CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DII D CASTDSTEEL CAST S TEEL I DII D CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DII D D CASTDIITEEL S DII D CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DII D CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DII D CASTDSTEEL CAST S TEEL I D CASTDIITEEL S CASTDSTEEL CAST S TEEL I D CASTDIITEEL S DII D CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DII D CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DII D CAST STEEL CAST STEEL DII D CAST STEEL CAST STEEL Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial an d Ho u s in g Mat er ial P o l y p r o p y l en e TR00P1VVVNB10 PVD F TR00K1VVVNB10 PFA TR00Q1VVVNB10 A 4 A A 4 1/2 4 4 Dim en s io n s (in .) J 2 11/16 Diim en s iio n s ((in ..) D m en s o n s i n ) J J 3 7/16 2 11//16 2 11 1 6 1 7/8 C C 1 7 /8 78 21 1/16 1 7/8 1 7//8 1 78 2 11/16 2 11//16 2 11166 3 7/ 1 1 7//8 1 78 1 7/8 2 11//16 2 11 1 6 3 716 2317//16 1 177//6 31 718 /8 3 15/16 2 11//16 2 11 1 6 1 7/8 3 7//16 3 71 6 6 1/2 5 15/16 2 11/16 3 15//16 3 15 1 6 177//6 31 718 /8 2415//16 2 11 1 6 18 6 1//2 6 12 5 15//16 5 15 1 6 3 7//16 3 71 6 4 5//8 4 58 C 1 7/8

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TR00P2ZZZNB10 TR00K2ZZZNB10 TR00Q2ZZZNB10 Parrtt Nu m b errs b y L iin err Matterriiall an d Ho u s iin g Matterriiall Pa Nu m b e s b y L n e Ma e a an d Ho u s n g Ma e a TR00P1VVVN210 TR00K1VVVN210 TR00Q1VVVN210 P 0 lyP rrZZy llen1e Po p o p y e 0 PVD Z PV Z F P ZZ TRo l0yp2o p ZN2ne TR00K2ZDF N210 TR00QPFAZN210 2 FA TR00P1VVVN2B0 TR00P1VVVNB1 0 B1 TR00P2ZZZNB1 0 B1 TR00P2ZZZN2B0 TR00P1VVVN210 2 TR00P1VVVNC10 TR0 0P2ZZZN210 TTR00P2ZZVN210 R0 P1VV Z CB0 TR00P1VVVN22 0 2B TR00P1VVVNCB0 TR00P2ZZZN22 0 2B TR00P2ZZZNCB0 TR00P1VVVNC10 TR00P1VVVN3 10 C TR00P1VVVN31B0 TR00P1VVZ NCB 0 TR00P2ZZ V C 0 TR00P1VVVNCB0 TR00P1VVVNC2 0 32 TR00P2ZZZNCB0 TR00P2ZZZNC2 0 32 TR00P1VVVN31 0 1 TR00P1VVVN320 TR00P2ZZZN31 0 1 TR00P2ZZZN320 TR00P1VVVN3B 0 B TR00P1VVVN3C0 TR00P2ZVVN3B0 TR00P2ZZZ 41 TR00P1VZZN3B0 TR00P1VVZN43200 1V V V N TR00P2ZZVN3120 TR0 0P2ZZZN4B0 TTR00P2ZVZN320 R00P1V ZV 32 TR00P1VVZN43C00 TR00P1VZVN3B 0 2Z V V N C TR00P1VVVN41 0 1 TR00P1VVVN420 TR00P2ZZZN41 0 1 TR00P2ZZZN420 TR00P1VVVN4B0 TR00P1VVVN43 0 B TR00P2ZZZN4B0 TR00P2ZZZN43 0 B TR00P1VVVN420 TR00P1VVVN420 TR00P2ZZZN420 TR00P2ZZZN420 TR00P1VVVN430 TR00P1VVVN430 TR00P2ZZZN430 TR00P2ZZZN430 TR00K1VVVN2B0 TR00K1VVVNB1 0 B1 TR00K2ZZZNB1 0 B1 TR00K2ZZZN2B0 TR00K1VVVN210 2 TR00K1VVVNC10 TR0 0K2ZZZN210 TTR00K2ZZVN210 R0 K1VV Z CB0 TR00K1VVVN22 0 2B TR00K1VVVNCB0 TR00K2ZZZN22 0 2B TR00K2ZZZNCB0 TR00K1VVVNC10 TR00K1VVVN3 10 C TR00K1VVVN31B0 TR00K1VVZ NCB 0 TR00K2ZZ V C 0 TR00K1VVVNCB0 TR00K1VVVNC2 0 32 TR00K2ZZZNCB0 TR00K2ZZZNC2 0 32 TR00K1VVVN31 0 1 TR00K1VVVN320 TR00K2ZZZN31 0 1 TR00K2ZZZN320 TR00K1VVVN3B 0 B TR00K1VVVN3C0 TR00K2ZVVN3B0 TR00K2ZZZ 41 TR00K1VZZN3B0 TR00K1VVZN43200 1V V V N TR00K2ZZVN3120 TR0 0K2ZZZN4B0 TTR00K2ZVZN320 R00K1V ZV 32 TR00K1VVZN43C00 TR00K1VZVN3B 0 2Z V V N C TR00K1VVVN41 0 1 TR00K1VVVN420 TR00K2ZZZN41 0 1 TR00K2ZZZN420 TR00K1VVVN4B0 TR00K1VVVN43 0 B TR00K2ZZZN4B0 TR00K2ZZZN43 0 B TR00K1VVVN420 TR00K1VVVN420 TR00K2ZZZN420 TR00K2ZZZN420 TR00K1VVVN430 TR00K1VVVN430 TR00K2ZZZN430 TR00K2ZZZN430 TR00Q1VVVN2B0 TR00Q1VVVNB1 0 B1 TR00Q2ZZZNB1 0 B1 TR00Q2ZZZN2B0 TR00Q1VVVN210 TR00Q1VVVN210 TR00Q2ZZZN210 TR00Q2ZZZN210 N/A TR00Q1VVVN2B0 TR00Q1VVVN2B0 TR00Q2ZZZN2B0 TR00Q2ZZZN2B0 TR00Q1VVVN310 TR00Q2ZZZN310 N//A NA TR00Q1VVVN3B0 TR00Q2ZZZN3B0 TR00Q1VVVN31 0 1 TR00Q1VVVN320 TR00Q2ZZZN31 0 1 TR00Q2ZZZN320 TR00Q1VA VN3B0 TR00Q1VV VN3B0 N/ V TR00Q2ZVVN3B0 TR00Q2ZZZ 41 TR00Q1VZZN3B0 TR00Q1VVZN43200 1V V V N TR00Q2ZZVN3120 TR0 0Q2ZZZN4B0 TTR00Q2ZVZN320 R00Q1V ZV 32 N//A NA TR00Q2ZZZN4B0 TR00Q1VVVN41 0 1 TR00Q1VVVN420 TR00Q2ZZZN41 0 1 TR00Q2ZZZN420 TR00Q1VVVN4B0 TR00Q1VVVN43 0 B TR00Q2ZZZN4B0 TR00Q2ZZZN43 0 B TR00Q1VVVN420 TR00Q1VVVN420 TR00Q2ZZZN420 TR00Q2ZZZN420 TR00Q1VVVN430 TR00Q1VVVN430 TR00Q2ZZZN430 TR00Q2ZZZN430

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Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Vacuum Ratings Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. Consult factory for vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Note: All PP / PVDF / PFA-lined fitting housings are Castings. Flanged are fixed.

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Majo r Min o r Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial an d Ho u s in g Mat er ial H 150lb . Flan g ed , c o n t ’d. o u s in g Si z e Si z e Mat er ial Majo Min o PoPar t o p ym b er s b y L in er MVtDF al an d Ho u s in g MatA r ial l y p r N u l en e P a er i PF e (NPS)r (NPS)r Ho u s in g Si z e Si z e De r i a l I TR00P1VVVNB10 TR00K1VVVNB10 TR00Q1VVVNB10 Mat P o l y p r o p y l en e PVD F PFA (1.PS) N5 (NPS) 1 CAST STEEL TR00P2ZZZNB10 TR00K2ZZZNB10 TR00Q2ZZZNB10 N/A DI TR00P1VVVN610 DI TR00P1VVVN210 TR00K1VVVN210 TR00QNVVVN210 1 /A 1 1 CAST STEEL TR00P2ZZZN610 TR00K2ZZZN610 CAST STEEL TR00P2ZZZN210 TR00K2ZZZN210 TR00Q2ZZZN210 2 DI TR00P1VVVN6B0 N/A DI TR00P1VVVN2B0 TR00K1VVVN2B0 TR00QNVVVN2B0 1 /A 1.5 1.5 CAST STEEL TR00P2ZZZN6B0 TR00K2ZZZN6B0 CAST STEEL TR00P2ZZZN2B0 TR00K2ZZZN2B0 TR00Q2ZZZN2B0 DI TR00P1VVVN620 N/A N/A 1 DI TR00P1VVVNC10 TR00K1VVVNC10 2 6 CAST STEEL* TR00P2ZZZN620 TR00K2ZZZN620 TR00Q3VVVV620* 1.5 DI TR00P1VVVNCB0 TR00K1VVVNCB0 2.5 N/A DI TR00P1VVVN630 N/A N/A DI TR00P1VVVNC20 TR00K1VVVNC20 3 2 * TR00Q3VVVV630* CAST STEEL TR00P2ZZZN630 TR00K2ZZZN630 CAST STEEL TR00P2ZZZNC20 TR00K2ZZZNC20 DI TR00P1VVVN640 N/A N/A DI TR00P1VVVN310 TR00K1VVVN310 TR00Q1VVVN310 4 1 CAST STEEL* TR00P2ZZZN640 TR00K2ZZZN640 TR00Q3VVVV640* CAST STEEL TR00P2ZZZN310 TR00K2ZZZN310 TR00Q2ZZZN310 N/A 1 TR00P2ZZZN810 TR00K2ZZZN810 DI TEEL TR00P1VVVN3B0 TR00K1VVVN3B0 TR00Q1VVVN3B0 C AST S 1155 .. NA TR00K2ZZZN8B0 3 CAST STEEL TTR00P2ZZZN8B0 R00P2ZZZN3B0 TR00K2ZZZN3B0 TR00Q2/ZZZN3B0 D DI I TTR00P1VVVN820 R00P1VVVN320 TR00K1N/VVN320 VA TR00QN/A VN320 1V V 22 CASTSTEELL STEE TR00P2ZZZN820 TR00K2ZZZN320 2ZZZN820 C AST TR00P2ZZZN320 TR00K TR00Q2ZZZN320 D 2.5 DI I TTR00P1VVVN830 R00P1VVVN3C0 TR00K1N/AVN3C0 VV N/A N/A 8 3 CAST I TEEL S TR0PPVZZZN830 00 1 2 VVN410 TR 0K1VVV N830 D TR0 TR000K2ZZZN410 TR00Q1VVVN410 1 DI TR00P1VV N4 84 N/A NA CAST STEEL TR00P2ZZZVN10 0 TR00K2ZZZN410 TR00Q2/ZZZN410 4 CAST I TEEL* S TR0PPVZZZN840 001 2VVN4B 0 TR00K2ZZZN4B0 N84 0 TR00Q3VVVV840* D TR0 TR00K1VVV TR00Q1VVVN4B0 1.5 DTEEL I TR00P1VVVNB60 80 N/ZZN4B0 A N ZZ C AST S TR00P2ZZZN4 TR00K2Z TR00Q2/A ZN4B0 6 4 CAST I TEEL* S TR0PPVZZZN860 00 1 2 VVN420 TR00K2ZZZN420 N860 TR00Q3VVVV860* D TR0 TR00K1VVV TR00Q1VVVN420 2 CAST STEEL are Fabricated Steel 0 TR00P2ZZZN42 with Rotating Flanges 20 TR00K2ZZZN4 TR00Q2ZZZN420 * 6" and 8" PFA-Lined Reducing Tees DI TR00P1VVVN430 TR00K1VVVN430 TR00Q1VVVN430 3 CAST STEEL TR00P2ZZZN430 TR00K2ZZZN430 TR00Q2ZZZN430 300 lb. Flanged

Dim en s io n s (in .) A J Dim en s io n s (in .) 2 11J16 / C

A 4
8
4 1/2 8

C 1 7/8 1 7/8 1 7/8 2 11/16 2 11/16
1 7//8 6 371 2 11/16

9
3 7/16 9

8
5 8

9
3 15/16 9

4 5/8 3 7/16 5 15/16 1 7/8 1 7/8 22111116 1/ / 6
3377116 / /6 3 15518 4 //6 1 7/8 5 15/16 2 11/16 8 3 7/16 4 5/8

8 9 9 5 1/2 9 9 9 9 6 1/2

9 10 1/16 10 /8 4 51/16 10 1/16 10 1/16 10 1/16 10 1/16 5 15/16

Majo r Si z e (NPS) 1.5 2 3 4

Min o r Si z e (NPS) 1

Ho u s in g Mat er ial

Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial P o l y p r o p y l en e TR00P9YYYNB10 T R00P9YYYN210 T R00P9YYYN320 T R00P9YYYN420 PVD F N/ A TR00K9YYYN21 0 TR00K9YYYN32 0 TR00K9YYYN42 0 A 4 1/2 5 6 7

Dim en s io n s (in .) J 2 11/16 3 7/16 4 5/ 8 5 15/16 C 1 7/8 1 7/8 3 7/16 3 7/16

CAST STEEL 2

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Strainer Tee Assembly Strainer Tee Assembly

Strainer Tee Assembly PP / PVDF-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged PP / PVDF-Lined, 150lb. Flanged
Housing Material DI = ASTM A395 Housing MaterialCast Ductile Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM Ductile DI = ASTM A395 Cast A216 Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Vacuum Ratings Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. Vacuum Ratings PVDF-lined fittings are rated forrated for full vacuum at 225°F. Polypropylene-lined fittings are full vacuum at 275°F. PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. Note: 12th character in the part number indicates the size of the holes in the strainer.characternumbers in the tableindicates the size of “R”, holes in Note: 12th All part in the part number are shown with an the which indicates 1/8” holes. numbers in theare the available with an “R”, which the strainer. All part The following table are shown hole sizes and their corresponding character: indicates 1/8” holes. The following are the available hole sizes and their Q = 1/16”; R = 1/8”; S = 3/16”; T = 1/4”; U = 5/16”; V = 3/8” corresponding character: Q = 1/16”; R = 1/8”; S = 3/16”; T = 1/4”; U = 5/16”; V = 3/8” If other hole sizes are required, please contact the factory. If other hole sizes are required, please contact the factory.
Si z e (NiPS) S ze (NPS)
1 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 2 2 1/2 2 1/2 3 3 4 4 6 6 8 8

PP / PVDF-Lined, 150lb. Flanged

Ho u s in g Mat s in l Ho uer iag Mat er ial DI
CASTDI TEEL S CASTDI TEEL S CASTDI TEEL S CASTDI TEEL S CASTDI TEEL S CAST STEEL CASTDI TEEL S CASTDI TEEL S CASTDI TEEL S CASTDI TEEL S CASTDI TEEL S CASTDI TEEL S CASTDI TEEL S CASTDI TEEL S CAST STEEL

l Po ly p r o pan d e o u s in g Mat er iaPVDF y l en H
P o l P 1 o p y en e T807y p rVVVlN1R0
T807P1VVZN1R0 T807P2ZZVN1R0 T807P2ZZZ NBR0 T807P1VVVN1R0 T807P1VVZNBR0 T807P2ZZVNBR0 T807P2ZZ VN2R0 T807P1VVZNBR0 T807P1VVZN2R0 T807P2ZZVN2R0 2 T807P2ZZZNCR0 2ZVVN3 T807P1VZZNCR0 T807P1VVZN3R0 T807P2ZZVN3R0 T807P2ZZVN4R0 T807P1VVZN3R0 T807P1VVZN4R0 T807P2ZZVN4R0 T807P2ZZVN6R0 T807P1VVZN4R0 T807P1VVZN6R0 T807P2ZZVN6R0 T807P2ZZVN8R0 T807P1VVZN6R0 T807P1VVZN8R0 T807P2ZZVN8R0 T807P2ZZZN8R0

Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial a u m b o s in in e e Ma Par t Nn d Heru sb ygLMatr r ial t er ial

Dim en s io n s (in .) Dim en s io n s (in .) A J
A 3 1/2
3 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 4 1/2 5 5 5 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 6 1/2 8 8 9 9 J 1 7/8 1 7/8 2 11/16 2 11/16 3 7/16 3 7/16 3 15/16 3 15/16 4 5/8 4 5/8 5 15/16 5 15/16 8 8 10 1/16 10 1/16

P VVV T807K1VDF N1R0
T807K1VVZN1R0 T807K2ZZVN1R0 T807K2ZZZ NBR0 T807K1VVVN1R0 T807K1VVZNBR0 T807K2ZZVNBR0 T807K2ZZ VN2R0 T807K1VVZNBR0 T807K1VVZN2R0 T807K2ZZVN2R0 2 T807K2ZZZNCR0 2ZVVN3 T807K1VZZNC R0 T807K1VVZN3R0 T807K2ZZVN3R0 T807K2ZZVN4R0 T807K1VVZN3R0 T807K1VVZN4R0 T807K2ZZVN4R0 T807K2ZZVN6R0 T807K1VVZN4R0 T807K1VVZN6R0 T807K2ZZVN6R0 T807K2ZZVN8R0 T807K1VVZN6R0 T807K1VVZN8R0 T807K2ZZVN8R0 T807K2ZZZN8R0

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Instrument Tees with 1" Branch Instrument Tees with 1" Branch
Housing Materials Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron
S

Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined

CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Housing Materials DI = ASTMRatings Vacuum A395 Cast Ductile Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. Polypropylene-lined A216 PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. Vacuum Ratingsfor vacuum-ratings of PFA-lined fittings. Consult factory Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for housings are at 225°F. except for 6" and 8" size PFA. Note: All PP / PVDF / PFA-lined fitting full vacuum castings, PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. Flanged are fixed. Consult factory for vacuum-ratings of PFA-lined fittings. Note: All PP / PVDF / PFA-lined fitting housings are castings, except for 6" and 8" size PFA. Flanged are fixed. 150 lb. Flanged
Si z e Ho u s in g ( PS) 150Nlb. Flanged Mat er ial DI S i z1 e Ho u s in g 150 lb. FlangedMat er ial (NPS) CAST STEEL Size Housing DI 1.5 DI (NPS) Material CAST STEEL 1 CAST STEEL 1 DI 2 DI CAST STEEL 1.5 1.5 CAST STEEL 3 2 CASDISTEEL T 24 3 CAST STEEL CAST DI 4 36 STEEL* CCAST SEEEL* AST STT L 6 4 8 8 DI CAST STEEL* 610 10 CAST STEEL* 12 8 12 CAST STEEL* 10 Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial an d Ho u s in g Mat er ial P o l y p r o p y l en e PVD F PFA P ar N/A T400P100VN110 t Nu m b er0K1y 0VN11Mat er ial T40 s b 0 L in er 0 an d Ho u s in g Mat er ial T400Q200ZN110 T400P200ZN110 T400K200ZN110 Po ly p r o p y len e Part Numbers DF Liner Material PV by PFA T400P100VNB10 T400K100VNB10 N/A N/A T400P100VN110 T400K100VN110 Polypropylene PVDF PFA T400Q200ZNB10 T400P200ZNB10 T400K200ZNB10 T400Q200ZN110 T400P200ZN110 T400K200ZN110 T400P200ZN1100 T400K200ZN110 T400Q200ZN110 N/A T400P100VN21 T400K100VN210 T400P100VNB10 T400K100VNB10 N/A T400P200ZN21 T400K200ZN210 T400Q200ZN210 T400P200ZNB100 T400K200ZNB10 T400Q200ZNB10 T400Q200ZNB10 T400P200ZNB10 T400K200ZNB10 T400P200ZN31 T400K200ZN310 T400Q200ZN310 T400P200ZN2100 T400K200ZN210 T400Q200ZN210 N/A T400P100VN210 T400K100VN210 T400Q200ZN410 T400P200ZN410 T400K200ZN410 T400P200ZN310 T400K200ZN310 T400Q200ZN310 T400P200ZN210 T400K200ZN210 T400Q200ZN210 T400P100VN61 T400K100VN610 N/A T400P200ZN4100 T400K200ZN410 T400Q200ZN410 T400P200ZN310 T400K200ZN310 T400Q200ZN310 T400P200ZN610 T400K200ZN610 T400Q300ZM610 T400P200ZN610 T400K200ZN610 T400Q300ZM610 T400Q200ZN410 T400P200ZN410 T400K200ZN410 T400P200ZN810 T400K200ZN810 T400Q300ZM810 T400P200ZN810 T400K200ZN810 T400Q300ZM810 T400P100VN610 T400K100VN610 N/A T400P200ZNE10 N/ Z N/A T400P200ZNE10 T400P200ZN610 T400K200AN610 T400Q300ZM610 T400P200ZNF10 N/A T400P200ZN810 T400K200ZN810 T400Q300ZM810 T400P200ZNF10 P 3 1/2 P 4 3 1/2 P 3 1/2 4 1/2 4 4 5 1/2 4 1/2 4 6 /5/2 1 1 1/2 2 8 5 1/6 1/2 2 6 1/2 8 9 9 811 11 12 9 12 12

S P

T

J

P

T

J

2"

2" Dim en s io n s (in .)

T

J

S

Dim en s io n s (in .) 2 5/8 1 7/8 TDimensionsJ(in.) 3 3/8 2 11/16 T 2 5/8 1 7J8 / 2 5/8 1 7/8 4 1/8 3 7/16 3 3/8 3 3/8 22111/16 1/16 54 1/8 3/8 7 4 658/8 1/ 3/8 3 5 868/4 3/ 3/4 8 3/4 6 7/8 11 11 3 813/4 /8 13 3/8 16 1/8 11 1/8 16 13 3/8 16 1/8 5/8 347/16 57/16 5/1 3 415/8 6 S

S

5/8

5 15/16 8 4 5/8 5 158 6 /1 10 1/16 10 1/16 812 12 14 1/2 10 1/1/2 14 16
12 14 1/2

5/8 5/8

* 6" and 8" PFA-lined instrument tee housings are fabricated steel with a fixed branch flange. 300 lb. Flanged

12 T400P200ZNF10 NOTE: 10" and 12" Polypropylene-lined fittings are made with glass-filled resin and are not recommended for hydrofluoric acid or sodium hydroxide service

T4 * 6" and 8" PFA-lined instrument 00P200ZNE10 are fabricated steel with a fixed branch flange. 11 tee housings N/A N/A

Si z e Ho u s in g (NPSFlanged Mat er ial ) 300 lb. Siz1 e Ho u s in g 1.5 (NPS) 12 3 1.5 24 36 4 6 Mat er ial CAST STEEL CAST STEEL

Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial P o l y p r o p y l en e PVD F P 4 4 1/2 P 45 T400P200YN110 er s b y L in er M40er ial00YN110 T at 0K 2 P ar t N u m b T4 y p r 2 p y len e T400K2DFYNB10 Po l00Po00YNB10 P V 00 T400 2200Y121 T400KK00YNN10 0 T00KK00YNN310 T4 4002 200YB10 T400 2 200Y2 41 T400KK00YNN10 0 T00KK00YNN10 0 T4 400 2 200Y3 61 T400K200YN410 T400K200YN610

Dim en s io n s (in .) T J S S 5/8 5/8 Di2 7/n s io n s (in1 7/8 me 8 .) 3 3/4 2 J 1/16 1 T 3 7/1 24 /88 7 3/ 1 7/8 6 3 5 /4/8 37 4 7 /1/8 38 5 9 /8/8 77 7 1/8 9 7/8

T400 2200Y121 T400PP00YNN10 0 T00PP00YNN310 T4 4002 200YB10 T400 2 200Y2 41 T400PP00YNN10 0 T00PP00YNN10 0 T4 400 2 200Y3 61 T400P200YN410 T400P200YN610

4 1/6 2 7 5 7

8 1/2 6

458 2 11/1/6 5 15/1 3 7/16 6 4 5/8 8 8

5 15/16

8 1/2

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Instrument Tees with 1.5" Branch
Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined
Housing Materials CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Vacuum Ratings Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. Consult factory for vacuum-ratings of PFA-lined fittings. Note: All PP / PVDF / PFA-lined fitting housings are castings, except for 6" and 8" size PFA. Flanged are fixed.

1 5 0 b . F l a n g e d

Si z e (NPS) Size 1.5 (NPS) 2 1.5 3 2 4 3 6 4 8 6 10 8 12 10
12

Ho u s in g Mat er ial Housing Material

C AST STEEL
CAST STEEL*

Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial 150 lb. Flanged P o l y p r o p y l en e PVD F P Part Numbers by Liner Material T400P200ZNBB0 T400K200ZNBB0 4 Polypropylene PVDF PFA T400P200ZN2B0 T400K200ZN2B0 4 1/2 T400P200ZNBB0 T400K200ZNBB0 T400Q200ZNBB0 T400P200ZN3B0 T400K200ZN3B0 5 1/2 T400P200ZN2B0 T400K200ZN2B0 T400Q200ZN2B0 T400P200ZN4B0 T400K200ZN4B0 6 1/2 T400P200ZN3B0 T400K200ZN3B0 T400Q200ZN3B0 T400P200ZN6B0 T400K200ZN6B0 8 T400P200ZN4B0 T400K200ZN4B0 T400Q200ZN4B0 T400P200ZN8B0 T400K200ZN8B0 9 T400P200ZN6B0 T400K200ZN6B0 T400Q300ZM6B0 T400P200ZNEB0 11 N T400P200ZN8B0 T400K200ZN8B0 /A T400Q300ZM8B0 T400P200ZNFB0 12 T400P200ZNEB0 N/A T400P200ZNFB0

Dim en s io n s (in .) T 3 3/8 P 4 1/8 4 5 3/8 4 1/2 6 3/4 5 1/2 8 3/4 6 1/2 11 8 13 3/8 9 16 1/8 11
12

J Dimensions (in.) 2 11/16 T J 3 7/16 3 3/8 2 11/16 4 5/8 4 1/8 3 7/16 5 15/16 5 3/8 4 5/8 8 6 3/4 5 15/16 10 1/16 8 3/4 8 12 11 10 1/16 14 1/2 13 3/8 12
16 1/8 14 1/2

S
S

1 1/8
1 1/8

* 6” and 8” PFA-lined instrument tee housings are fabricated steel with a fixed branch flange. NOTE: 10" and 12" Polypropylene-lined fittings are made with glass-filled resin and are not recommended for hydrofluoric acid or sodium hydroxide service

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Instrument Tees with 2" Branch Tees with 2” Branch
Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined
Housing Materials CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Vacuum Ratings Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. Consult factory for vacuum-ratings of PFA-lined fittings. Note: All PP / PVDF / PFA-lined fitting housings are castings, except for 6" and 8" size PFA. Flanged are fixed.

150 lb. Flanged
Si z e (NPS) Size 3 2 41 3 Ho u s in g Mat er ial Housing
Material 150 lb. er ial Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er MatFlanged

Dim en s io n s (in .) P
PFA 4 1/2

Po ly p r o p y lenPart Numbers by Liner VDF e P Material
Polypropylene 220 T400P200ZN PVDF00K200ZN220 T4

T
P 1/8 4

Dimensions (in.) J T

S
S

(NPS) 2

3 7/16 J

1

4" x 2" Instrument tee requires two 1/2" bolts to straddle the O.D. of N/A outlet. the 12 T400P200ZNF20

6 41 8 6 10 8 12 10

CAST STEEL
CAST STEEL*

T400P200ZN6 T400P200ZN420 20 T400P200ZN820 T400P200ZN620 T400P200ZNE20 T400P200ZN820 T400P200ZNF20 T400P200ZNE20

T400P200ZN3 T400P200ZN220 20 T400P200ZN4 T400P200ZN320 20

T400K20 0 5 1/2 T400K200ZN220 0ZN32T400Q200ZN220 T400K200ZN42T400Q200ZN320 0 6 1/2 T400K200ZN320

T400K20 0 8 T400K200ZN420 0ZN62T400Q200ZN420 T400K200ZN820 9 T400K200ZN620 T400Q300ZM620 11 T400K200ZN820/A T400Q300ZM820 N 12

53 4 1/2 /8 63 5 1/2 /4

83 85 15/16 6 1/2 /4 6 3/4 11 10 1/16 8 8 3/4 8 13 3/8 12 9 11 10 1/16 16 1/8 14 1/2 13 3/8 12 11
12 16 1/8 14 1/2

8 4 1/8 4 5/3 7/16 5 15/165/8 5 3/8 4

1 5/8
1 5/8

Note 1: 4" x 2" requires two 1/2" bolts to straddle the branch OD. * 6” and 8” PFA-lined instrument tee housings are fabricated steel with a fixed branch flange. NOTE: 10" and 12" Polypropylene-lined fittings are made with glass-filled resin and are not recommended for hydrofluoric acid or sodium hydroxide service

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Crosses Crosses

Polypropylene // PVDF / PFA-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged Polypropylene PVDF-Lined, 150lb. Flanged
Housing Materials CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Crosses are not available with DI housings. Vacuum Ratings Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. Consult factory for vacuum ratings of PFA-lined fittings. Note: All PP / PVDF-lined fitting housings are Castings. Flanged are fixed.

Si z e (NPS) 1" 1.5" 2" 3" 4" 6" 8"

Ho u s in g Mat er ial

Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial P o l y p r o p y l en e CN00P2ZZZN100 CN00P2ZZZNB00 CN00P2ZZZN200 PVD F CN00K2ZZZN100 CN00K2ZZZNB00 CN00K2ZZZN200 CN00K2ZZZN300 CN00K2ZZZN400 CN00K2ZZZN600 CN00K2ZZZN800 PFA CN00Q2ZZZN100 CN00Q2ZZZNB00 CN00Q2ZZZN200 CN00Q2ZZZN300 CN00Q2ZZZN400 N/A

Dim en s io n s (in .) A 3 1/2 4 4 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 8 9 J 1 7/8 2 11/16 3 7/16 4 5/8 5 15/16 8 10 1/16

CAST STEEL

CN00P2ZZZN300 CN00P2ZZZN400 CN00P2ZZZN600 CN00P2ZZZN800

6" - 12" PFA-Lined Crosses Available On Request

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45o Laterals 45° Laterals

Polypropylene / PVDF-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged Polypropylene / PVDF-Lined, 150lb. Flanged
Housing Materials CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Laterals are not available with DI housings. Vacuum Ratings Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. Note: All PP / PVDF-lined fitting housings are Castings. Flanged are fixed.

Siz e (NPS) Size (NPS) 1 1 1.5 1.5 2 3 2 4 3 6 4 8 6 8

Housing Material Housing Material

Part Numbers by Liner Material 150 lb. Flanged and Housing Material Dimensions (in.) PolypropPart Numbers by LinerDF ylene PV Material PFA L Polypropylene LN00K2ZZZN100 PVDF LZZZN100 M N LN00P2ZZZN100 LN00Q2 5 3/4 LN00K2ZZZN100 LN005 2ZZZNB003/4 1 7 1/2 LN00LN00P2ZZZN100 LN00K2ZZZNB00 P2ZZZNB00 Q 3/4 7 LN00P2ZZZNB00 LN00LN00K2ZZZNB00 LN00Q2ZZZN2002 7 LN00P2ZZZN200 K2ZZZN200 LN00P2ZZZN300 LN00P2ZZZN200 LN00K2ZZZN300 LN00K2ZZZN200 LN00Q2ZZZN3001/2 8 2 LN00P2ZZZN400 LN00P2ZZZN300 LN00K2ZZZN400 LN00K2ZZZN300 LN00Q2ZZZN4003 10 LN00P2ZZZN600 LN00K2ZZZN600 LN00P2ZZZN400 LN00K2ZZZN400 12 A 3 N/ LN00P2ZZZN800 LN00K2ZZZN800 LN00P2ZZZN600 LN00K2ZZZN600 14 1/2 3 1/2 LN00P2ZZZN800 LN00K2ZZZN800 17 1/2 4 1/2 89 10 10 1/2 12 13 14 1/2 15 17 1/2 18 22

Dimensions (in.) M 1 J /4 3 1 7/8 2 2 2 1/2 11/16 3 3 7/16 3 4 5/8 3 1/2 5 15/16 4 1/2 8 10 1/16 N 7 1/2 9 10 1/2 13 15 18 22 8 10 1/16 J 1 7/8 2 11/16 3 7/16 4 5/8

C AST STEEL CAST STEEL

PFA-Lined 45 Degree and True "Y" Laterals Available On Request

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Concentric Reducers

Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged
Vacuum Ratings Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. Housing Materials PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron Consult factory for vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 Note: All PP / PVDF / PFA-lined fitting housings are Castings. Vacuum Ratings Flanged are fixed. Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. Consult factory for vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Note: All PP / PVDF / PFA-lined fitting housings are Castings. Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial Majo r Min o r Ho u s in g Flanged are fixed. an d Ho u s in g Mat er ial Si z e Si z e
(NPS) (NPS) Mat er ial DI CAST STEEL DI Ho u s in g CAST STEEL Mat er ial DI CASTDITEEL S CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CASTDITEEL S DI CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S CASTDITEEL S DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI DI CAST STEEL P o l y p r o p y l en e 6000P1VV0NB10 6000P2ZZ0NB10 PVD F 6 000K1VV0NB10 6000K2ZZ0NB10 PFA N/A 6000Q2ZZ0NB10 K 4 1/2 1.5 1 150lb. Flanged Majo r Si z e 2 (NPS) 1.5 2.5 2 Min o r 1 Si z e (NPS) 1.5 1 1 1.5 1 2 11 .5 1 1.5 1.5 2 2 1 2.5 1.5 3 1 2 1.5 4 2.5 2 1 2 1/2 135 . 4 2 2 1/2 3 150lb. Flanged

Housing Materials DI = ASTM A395 Cast Ductile Iron CAST STEEL = ASTM A216

Dim en s io n s (in .) J 2 11/16 C 1 7/8

0 6000P1VV0N21Par t Nu60b er s1b y L N210 at er ial N/A m 00K V V 0 i n er M an d 00o u s iZZ0M21er ial H 0K 2 n g N at 0 6000P2ZZ0N210 6 6000Q2ZZ0N210 PV V0 PFA 0 o l P1 o p y N n e 6P00y p rVV0le2B0 6 000K1VDF N2B0 N/A 6000P1VZ0N2B0 6000P2ZV0NB10 6000P2ZZ C10 6000P1VV0NB10 6000P1VV0N2 B0 6000P1VV0NC10 6000P2ZZ C20 6000P1VV0N210 6000P1VV0N2B0 31 6000P2ZZ0N2B0 31 6000P1VV0NCB0 31 6000P1VV0N3B0 6000P2ZZ CB0 6000P1VV0NC20 3 6000P1VZ0N320 6000P2ZV0N310 6000P2ZZ 6000P1VV0N310 C0 6000P1VA 0N3B0 N/ V 2ZV0N41 6000P1VZ0N3B0 6000P1VV0N410 6000P2ZZ 0N320 6000P2ZZ 4B0 6000P1VV0N320 6000P1VV0N4B0 6000P2ZZ 3C0 N/ V 6000P1VA 0N420 6000P1VZ0N420 6000P2ZV0N410 6000P1VV0N4C0 2ZZ 1 6000P1VV0N4B0 3 6000P2ZZ0N4B0 3 6000P1VV0N420 6000P2ZZ0N420 6000P1VV0N4C0 6000P1VV0N430 6000P2ZZ0N430 6 000K1VZ0N2B0 6000K2ZV0NB10 6000K2ZZ C10 6000K1VV0NB10 6000K1VV0N2 B0 6000K1VV0NC10 6000K2ZZ C20 6000K1VV0N210 6 000K1VV0N2B0 31 6000K2ZZ0N2B0 31 6000K1VV0NCB0 31 6000K1VV0N3B0 6000K2ZZ CB0 6000K1VV0NC20 3 6 000K1VZ0N320 6000K2ZV0N310 6000K2ZZ 6000K1VV0N310 C0 6000K1VA 0N3B0 N/ V 6 2ZV0N41 6 000K1VZ0N3B0 6 000K1VV0N410 6000K2ZZ 0N320 6000K2ZZ 4B0 6000K1VV0N320 6000K1VV0N4B0 6000K2ZZ 3C0 N/ V 6 000K1VA 0N420 6 000K1VZ0N420 6000K2ZV0N410 6000K2ZZ0N410 N/A 6000K1VV0N4B0 3 6000K2ZZ0N4B0 3 6 000K1VV0N420 6000K2ZZ0N420 N/A 6 000K1VV0N430 6000K2ZZ0N430 N/A 6000Q2ZZ0N2B0 6000Q2ZZ0NB10 N/A N/A 6000Q2ZZ0N210 N/A 6000Q2ZZ0N2B0 31 N/A N/ Z 6000Q2ZA0N3B0 N/A 6000QN/A 0N320 2ZZ 6000Q2ZZ0N310 N/A N/A 6000Q2ZZ0N3B0 N/A 6000QN/A 0N410 2ZZ 6000QN/A 0N320 2ZZ 6000Q2ZZ0N4B0 N/A N/A 6000QN/A 0N420 2ZZ 6000QNZZ0N410 2 /A N/A N/A 6000Q2ZZ0N4B0 3 N/A 6000Q2ZZ0N420 N/A N/A 6000Q2ZZ0N430

Dim en s io n s (in .) 1 7/8 5 K 4 1/2 5 1/2 5 3 7/16 J 2 11/16 3 15/16 3 7/16 C 2 11/16 1 7/8 1 7/8 2 11/16 1 7/8 3 7/16 21 1/16 17 8 1 7/8 2 11/16 2 11/16 3 7/16 3 7/16 1 7/8 3 15/16 2 11/16 6 4 5/8 1 7/8 3 7/16 2 11/16 7 5 15/16 3 15/16 3 7/16 1 7/8 3 15/16 2415/86 11 7 5 15/16 3 7/16 3 15/16 4 5/8

2.5 3

5 1/2 6

3 15/16 4 5/8

56

Concentric Reducers

Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined, 150 lb. Flanged

150 lb. Flanged Majo r Si z e (NPS) Min o r Si z e (NPS) 1 1.5 6 2 3 4 1 1.5 2 8 3 4 6 10 4 Ho u s in g Mat er ial DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL DI CAST STEEL CAST STEEL Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial an d Ho u s in g Mat er ial P o l y p r o p y l en e 6000P1VV0N610 6000P2ZZ0N610 6000P1VV0N6B0 6000P2ZZ0N6B0 6000P1VV0N620 6000P2ZZ0N620 6000P1VV0N630 6000P2ZZ0N630 6000P1VV0N640 6000P2ZZ0N640 6000P1VV0N810 6000P2ZZ0N810 6000P1VV0N8B0 6000P2ZZ0N8B0 6000P1VV0N820 6000P2ZZ0N820 6000P1VV0N830 6000P2ZZ0N830 6000P1VV0N840 6000P2ZZ0N840 6000P1VV0N860 6000P2ZZ0N860 6000P2ZZ0NE40 PVD F 6000K1VV0N610 6 000K2ZZ0N610 6000K1VV0N6B0 6000K2ZZ0N6B0 6000K1VV0N620 6000K2ZZ0N620 6000K1VV0N630 6000K2ZZ0N630 6000K1VV0N640 6000K2ZZ0N640 6000K1VV0N810 6000K2ZZ0N810 6000K1VV0N8B0 6000K2ZZ0N8B0 6000K1VV0N820 6000K2ZZ0N820 6000K1VV0N830 6000K2ZZ0N830 6000K1VV0N840 6000K2ZZ0N840 6000K1VV0N860 6000K2ZZ0N860 N/A 6000Q1VV0N840 N/A 6000Q1VV0N860 N/A N/A 12 12 3/4 N/A 3 7/16 11 10 1/16 4 5/8 5 15/16 8 5 15/16 6000Q2ZZ0N6B0 N/A 6000Q2ZZ0N620 6000Q1VV0N630 6000Q2ZZ0N630 6000Q1VV0N640 6000Q2ZZ0N640 9 8 N/A PFA K Dim en s io n s (in .) J C 1 7/8 2 11/16 3 7/16 4 5/8 5 15/16 1 7/8 2 11/16

NOTE: 10" and 12" Polypropylene-lined fittings are made with glass-filled resin and are not recommended for hydrofluoric acid or sodium hydroxide service
300 lb. Flanged

Majo r Si z e (NPS) 1.5 2

Min o r Si z e (NPS) 1 1 1.5 1 1.5 2

Ho u s in g Mat er ial

Par t Nu m b er s b y L in er Mat er ial P o l y p r o p y l en e 6000PAYY0NB10 6000PAYY0N210 6000PAYY0N2B0 6000PAYY0N310 6000PAYY0N3B0 PVD F 6000KAYY0NB10 6000KAYY0N210 6000KAYY0N2B0 6000KAYY0N310 6000KAYY0N3B0 6000KAYY0N320 6000KAYY0N420 6000KAYY0N430 6000KAYY0N620 6000KAYY0N630 6000KAYY0N640 9 7 6 K 4 1/2 5

Dim en s io n s (in .) J 2 11/16 3 7/16 C 1 7/8 1 7/8 2 11/16 1 7/8 4 5/8 2 11/16 3 7/16 5 15/16 3 7/16 4 5/8 3 7/16 8 4 5/8 5 15/16

3

CAST STEEL

6000PAYY0N320 6000PAYY0N420 6000PAYY0N430 6000PAYY0N620 6000PAYY0N630 6000PAYY0N640

4

2 3 2 3 4

6

57

Eccentric Reducers

Polypropylene / PVDF / PFA-Lined, 150lb. Flanged
Housing Materials Eccentric Reducers lined with PP/PVDF/PFA are only available in CAST STEEL = ASTM A216 (6" and 8" PFA are cast DI)

Vacuum Ratings Polypropylene-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 225°F. PVDF-lined fittings are rated for full vacuum at 275°F. Consult factory for vacuum ratings on PFA-lined fittings. Note: All PP / PVDF / PFA-lined fitting housings are Castings. Flanged are fixed.

Majo r Si z e (NPS) 1.5 2

Min o r Si z e (NPS) 1 1 1.5 1 1.5 2 1 1.5 2 3 1 1.5

Ho u s in g Mat er ial

Par t Nu m b er b y L in er Mat er ial P o l y p r o p y l en e 8000P2ZZ0NB10 8000P2ZZ0N210 8000P2ZZ0N2B0 8000P2ZZ0N310 8000P2ZZ0N3B0 8000P2ZZ0N320 8000P2ZZ0N410 8000P2ZZ0N4B0 8000P2ZZ0N420 8000P2ZZ0N430 PVD F 8000K2ZZ0NB10 8000K2ZZ0N210 8000K2ZZ0N2B0 8000K2ZZ0N310 8000K2ZZ0N3B0 8000K2ZZ0N320 8000K2ZZ0N410 8000K2ZZ0N4B0 8000K2ZZ0N420 8000K2ZZ0N430 8000K2ZZ0N610 8000K2ZZ0N6B0 8000K2ZZ0N620 8000K2ZZ0N630 8000K2ZZ0N640 N/A 8000K2ZZ0N840 8000K2ZZ0N860 N/A PFA N/A 8000Q2ZZ0N210 8000Q2ZZ0N2B0 8000Q2ZZ0N310 8000Q2ZZ0N3B0 8000Q2ZZ0N320 8000Q2ZZ0N410 8000Q2ZZ0N4B0 8000Q2ZZ0N420 8000Q2ZZ0N430 8000Q2ZZ0N610 8000Q2ZZ0N6B0 8000Q2ZZ0N620 8000Q1VV0N630 8000Q1VV0N640 N/A 11 8000Q1VV0N840 8000Q1VV0N860 N/A 12 14 9 7 6 K 4 1/2 5

Dim en s io n s (in .) J 2 11/16 3 7/16 C 1 7/8 1 7/8 2 11/16 1 7/8 4 5/8 2 11/16 3 7/16 1 7/8 5 15/16 2 11/16 3 7/16 4 5/8 1 7/8 2 11/16 8 3 7/16 4 5/ 8 5 15/16 1 7/8 3 7/16 10 1/16 4 5/8 5 15/16 8 12 3/4 15 5 15/16 12 3/4 E 3/8 1/2 3/16 1 1/16 1 1/16 1/2 1 9/16 1 3/16 1 1/2 2 9/16 2 1/4 2 1/16 1 1/2 1 1/16 3 1/2 3 2 1/2 2 15/16 1 1/16 1

3

4

C AST STEEL*

8000P2ZZ0N610 8000P2ZZ0N6B0 8000P2ZZ0N620 8000P2ZZ0N630 8000P2ZZ0N640 8000P2ZZ0N810 8000P2ZZ0N820 8000P2ZZ0N830 8000P2ZZ0N840 8000P2ZZ0N860 8000P2ZZ0NE80 8000P2ZZ0NFE0

6

2 3 4 1 2

8

3 4 6

10 12

8 10

* 6” and 8” PFA-lined eccentric reducer housings are A395 cast ductile iron

NOTE: 10" and 12" Polypropylene-lined fittings are made with glass-filled resin and are not recommended for hydrofluoric acid or sodium hydroxide service

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59

Carbon Steel Reducing Filler Flanges Polypropylene / PVDF-Lined Filler Flanges Carbon Steel Reducing
Polypropylene ASTM A516 GR 70 or SAE 1010-1030. Carbon Steel conforms to / PVDF-Lined
Carbon Steel conforms toreducing flanges are or SAE 1010-1030. All of the PP/PVDF lined ASTM A516 GR 70 rated full vacuum (FV). All is FV PP/PVDF lined is FV to flanges PP of the to 225°F; PVDF reducing275°F. are rated full vacuum (FV). PP sizes not available or FV to 275°F. For is FV to 225°F; PVDF isnot shown, Resistoflex makes special PTFE-lined steel reducing filler flanges from 1” to 36” nominal size. For sizes not available or not shown, Resistoflex makes special 150 lb. Flanged PTFE-lined steel reducing filler flanges from 1” to 36” nominal size.
Ma lb. Min o r 150jo r Flanged Si z e Si z e (NPS) (NPS) Majo r Min o r Si z e Si z e (NPS) (N.5S) P 1 .75 .5 .5 11 .5 .75 1 .1 5 125 . 1 1.5 1 225 . 2 1.5 2.5 3 3 4 4 1 2 1.5 1 2 1.5 1 2 1.5 1 2 135 . 2 1 Par t Nu m b er b y L in er Mat er ial Th i c k n es s Th i c k B n es s 1 B /2 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 1 2 /2 1 1 1/2 2 11 2 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 13 1/2 2 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 1/4 2 1/4 16 16 13 1/2 11 9 9 OD OD A 4 A/4 1 4 1/4 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 1/2 7 1/2 No . No . H=4 E=4 H=4 H=4 E=4 E=4 H=4 H=4 E=4 E=4 H=4 E=4 H=4 E=4 H=4 E=4 H=4 E=4 H=8 E=4 H=8 E=4 H=8 E=4 H=8 E=4 H=8 E=8 H=8 E=8 4 H=8 H=8 E=4 E=8 H=8 E=8 H=12 E=8 H=12 E=8 H=12 E=8 H=12 E=8 E=12 H=12 E=12

B o l t H o l es B o lt Cir c le s Siz e B o lt Ho leDia. G B o lt Cir cD le Dia.2 3/8 Si/z e13 H=1 23 G/8 1 E=1/2-13 2 D/4 3 2 3/8 H=1/2-13 2 3/8 H=1/2-13 3 1/8 3 7/8 E=1/2-13 2 3/4 E=1/2-13 3 1/8 2 3/8 H=1//2-13 3 1/8 H=5 8-11 3 7/8 4 3/4 E=1/2-13 =1/2-13 3 1/8 E 3 7/8 3 1/8 H=5/8-11 4 3/4 512 4 3/4 E=1/2-13 58 1 3 7/8 H=5/8-11 58 1 E=1/2-13 H=5/8-11 E=1/2-13 58 1 HH5/8/-11 = =3 4 E=1 /2 -13 58 1 HH5/8/-11 = =3 4 E=1//2-13 E=5 8-11 HH5/8/-11 = =7 8 E=5 8-11 E=1//2-13 H=7/8 H=7/8 E=1//2-13 E=5 8-11 H= 4 1 H=3/7/-8 0 E=5/8-11 H=3/4-10 EH5/8/-11 = =7 8 E=5/8-11 H=7/8 H=3//4-10 E=5 8-11 E=3/4-10 H=H/4110 3= E=3 /4 -10 58 1 H=1 E=3/4-10 58 1 H=7/8-9 H=1 E=3/4-10 H=7/8-9 H=1 E=3/4-10 H=1 H=7/8-9 E=3/4--9 E=7/8 10 H=7/8-9 E=7/8-9 14 1/4 14 1/4 5 1/2 6 6 7 1/2 7 1/2 3 1/8 4 3/4 3 7/8 3 1/8 4 3/4 3 7/8 3 1/8 4 3/4 3 7/8 3 1/8 4 3/4 3 6 /8 7 4 3/4 3 1/8 3 6 /8 7 D ep t h F D ep t h 11F16 / 11/16 11/16 9/16 1116 9//16 9/16 5/8 9/16 3/4 5/8

PParp r ou mlb ereb y L in er MDtF r ial o l y t N p y en PV a e Po y p r ZZ00170 PVD F 3T0l0P0o p y len e 3T00K0ZZ00170 3T00P0ZZ00190 3T00K0ZZ00190 3T00P0ZZ001 70 3T00K0ZZ001 70 3T00P0ZZ00B70 3T00K0ZZ00B70 3T00P0ZZ001 10 3T00K0ZZ001 10 3T00P0ZZ00B90 3T00K0ZZ00B90 3T00K0ZZ00B10 3T00K0ZZ002 70 3T00K0ZZ002B0 3T00K0ZZ00B10

F l ar e D i am et er s F l ar e KDiam et erJ s 2 K 2 2 11/16 2 11/16 3 7/16 3 7//16 3 1516 3 15/16 4 5/8 4 5/8 5 15/16 5 15/16 1 J /8 7 1 7/8 1 7/8 1 7/8 1 7/8 2 11/16 1 7/8 3 7/16 2 11/16 1 7/8 3 7/16 2 11/16 1 7/8 3 7/16 2 11/16 1 7/8 3 7/16 2 11/16 1 7/8 3 7/16 2415/16 1/8 3 7/16 1 7/8

B o lt Ho le R o t at e B o lt Ho le R o t at e 45 None 45 45 None None

3T00P0ZZ00210 3T00K0ZZ00210 3T00P0ZZ00C20 3T00K0ZZ00C20 3T00P0ZZ002B0 3T00K0ZZ002B0 3T00P0ZZ00310 3T00P0ZZ00C20 3T00P0ZZ003B0 3T00P0ZZ00310 3T00P0ZZ00320 3T00P0ZZ003B0 3T00P0ZZ00410 3T00P0ZZ00320 3T00P0ZZ004B0 3T00P0ZZ00410 3T00P0ZZ00420 3T00P0ZZ004B0 3T00P0ZZ0043 0 3T00P0ZZ00410 3T00P0ZZ00620 3T00K0ZZ00310 3T00K0ZZ00C20 3T00K0ZZ003B0 3T00K0ZZ00310 3T00K0ZZ00320 3T00K0ZZ003B0 3T00K0ZZ00410 3T00K0ZZ00320 3T00K0ZZ004B0 3T00K0ZZ00410 3T00K0ZZ00420 3T00K0ZZ004B0 3T00K0ZZ0043 0 3T00K0ZZ00410 3T00K0ZZ00620

3T00P0ZZ00B10 3T00P0ZZ002 70 3T00P0ZZ002B0 3T00P0ZZ00B10

45 45 None None 45 None None 45 45 None None

9/16 3/4 5/8 9/16 3/4 5/8 9/16 3/4 5/8 9/16 3/4 5/8 9/16 3/4 5/8 9/16 5/8 3/4 3/4 3/4

6 6

135 . 1 2 135 . 2 4 3 2 4 3 2 4 3 6 4 4 6

3T00P0ZZ0043 0 3T00K0ZZ0043 0 3T00P0ZZ006B0 3T00K0ZZ006B0 3T00P0ZZ00620 3T00K0ZZ00620 3T00P0ZZ00610 3T00K0ZZ00610 3T00P0ZZ006B0 3T00K0ZZ006B0 3T00P0ZZ0063 0 3T00K0ZZ0063 0 3T00P0ZZ00620 3T00K0ZZ00620 3T00P0ZZ00640 3T00K0ZZ00640 3T00P0ZZ00630 3T00K0ZZ00630 3T00K0ZZ00820 3T00K0ZZ00640 3T00K0ZZ00830 3T00K0ZZ00820 3T00K0ZZ00840

9 1/2 9 1/2

3 1/8 4 3/4 3 6 /8 7 4 3/4 7 1/2 6 4 3/4 7 1/2 6 4 3/4 7 1/2 6 9 1/2 7 1/2

8 8

2415/16 1/8 3 7/16 5 15/16 4 5/8 3 7/16 5 15/16 4 5/8 3 7//16 5 1516 4 5/8 8 5 15/16 5 18 /16 5

2415/16 1/8 17/16 3 7/8

None None

8 8

3T00P0ZZ00830 3T00K0ZZ00830 3T00P0ZZ00860 3T00K0ZZ00860 3T00P0ZZ00840 3T00K0ZZ00840 3T00P0ZZ00E6 0 3T00K0ZZ00860 84 N/A 3T00P0ZZ00E60 4 N/A 8 3T00P0ZZ00E60 3T00K0ZZ00E80 3T00P0ZZ00F60 N/A 3T00P0ZZ00E8 0 3T00K0ZZ00E80 3T00P0ZZ00F80 3T00K0ZZ00F 80 3T00P0ZZ00F60 N/A N/A 3T00P0ZZ00FE0 3T00P0ZZ00F80 3T00K0ZZ00F 80

3T00P0ZZ00820 3T00P0ZZ00640 3T00P0ZZ00830 3T00P0ZZ00820 3T00P0ZZ00840

11 3/4 11 3/4

10 1/16 3/4 13/16 11/16 3 11/16 13/16 13/16 13/16 15 13114 1 / /6 1 1/4 15 12 3/4 12 3/4 10 1/16

None None

7 1/2 9 9 1/2 7 111/2 9 3/4 9 1/2 11 3/4 11 3/4 9 1/2 14 1/4 11 3/4 14 1/4

10 10

6 4 8 6 6 8 8 6 10 8

5 18 /16 5 10 8 /16 1 8 10 1/16 10 1/16 8 12 3/4 10 1/16 12 3/4

None None

12 12

2 1/4 2 1/4

19 19

17 17

None None

These sizes, only,0are0ZZ00FE0with PFA liner. N/A 10 3T 0P available

NOTE: 10" and 12" Polypropylene-lined fittings are made with glass-filled resin These sizes, only, are available with PFA liner. and are not recommended for hydrofluoric acid or sodium hydroxide service 62 62

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Carbon Steel Reducing Filler Flanges
Polypropylene / PVDF-Lined, 300 lb. Flanged
Carbon Steel conforms to ASTM A516 GR 70 or SAE 1010-1030. All of the PP/PVDF lined reducing flanges are rated full vacuum (FV). PP is FV to 225°F; PVDF is FV to 275°F. For sizes not available or not shown, Resistoflex makes special PTFE-lined steel reducing filler flanges from 1” to 36” nominal size.
1 5 0 b . F l a n g e d

Par t Nu m b er b y L in er Mat er ial Th i c k Majo r Min o r OD n es s Si z e Si z e 300 lb. Flanged Po ly p r o p y len e PVD F (NPS) (NPS) Par t Nu m b er b y L in er Mat er ial B A Th i c k Majo r Min o r OD .5 3T00P0ZZ00170 3T00K0ZZ00170 n es s S1 e Siz e iz 1 1/2 4 1/4 PV Z F .75 T o l P 0 o p y l 190 (NPS) (NPS) 3P00y p rZZ00en e 3T00K0ZD00190 B A .5 3T00P0ZZ00B70 3T00K0ZZ00B70 1.5 1 1/2 5 1 3T00P0ZZ00B10 3T00K0ZZ00B10 1 1/2 6 1/8 1.5 1 3T00P0YY00B10 3T00K0YY00B10 2 2.5 1.1 5 2 1.5 1 1 1.5 1 3T00P0ZZ00210 3T00K0ZZ00210 3T00P0YY00210 3T00K0YY00210 1 1/2 3T00P0ZZ002B0 3T00K0ZZ002B0 1 1/2 3T00P0ZZ00C20 3T00K0ZZ00C20 1 1/2 3T00P0YY002B0 3T00K0YY002B0 3T00P0ZZ00310 3T00K0ZZ00310 3T00P0YY00310 3T00K0YY00310 3T00P0ZZ003B0 3T00K0ZZ003B0 6

B o l t H o l es No . H=4 EN4 . =o H=4 EH44 == E=4 H=4 E=4 H=8 HE44 == E=4 HH48 == EE44 == Si z e H=1/2-13 Si - e E=1/2z13 H=1/2-13 EH=3/4-10 =1/2-13 E=5/8-11 HH=5/8-11 =5/8-11 EE1/2/-131 = =5 8-1 HH=5/8-11 =5/8-11 E==384110 E 5/ / - - 1 B o lt Cir c le D i a. D ep t h

F l ar e D i am et er s

B o l t H o l es G

D F K J F l ar e B o lt C2r c l/e i 38 D i am et er s 3 1/8 Dia. 1D/1p t h 1e 6 2 1 7/8 2 3/4 G D F K J 2 3/8 11/16 3 7/8 2 11/16 1 7/8 18 4 1/2 3 3 /1/2 9/16 5/8 2 7/8 2 3 1/8 3 3 /1/2 78 4 4 /1/2 34 3 1/8 3 1/2 3 7/8 4 4 /1/2 34 3 1/8 5 3 7/8 4 3 /1/2 34 6 4 1/2 3 1/8 3 7/8 5 4 3/4 6 6 5/8 7 1/2 3 1/2 4 4 /1/2 34 9/16 3 7/16 5/8 5/8 3 5/8 3/4 3 15/16

B o lt Ho le R o t at e

B o lt Ho le 45 R o t at e
None 45 None 45 None

4 3/4

6 1/2 7

5 5 1/2

2 2 11/16
3 2 /1/6 77 8 1 7/8 2 2 11/16 3 2 /1/6 77 8 1 7/8 3 5/8 2 11/16

1 7/8

3 3

1.5 2
1 2 1.5

1 1/2 3T00P0YY003B0 3T00K0YY003B0 3T00P0ZZ00320 3T00K0ZZ00320 1 1/2 2

7 1/2 8 1/4

H 5/ / - H==384110 EE1/2/-131 = =5 8-1 H 5/ / - - 1 H==384110 E 5/ / - - 1 E==384110 H=3/4-10 H=3/4 E=5/8-11 E=1/2-13 H=7/8 HE=5/8-11 =5/8-1 E=5/8-11 H=7/8 E=3//8-10 H=7 4

9/16 5/8 5/8 3/4 9/16 3/4 5/8 3/4/8 5 9/16 5/8 5 15/16 4 5/8 5

--None
45

6 6 5/8

4

3T00P0ZZ00410 3T00K0ZZ00410 3T00P0YY00320 3T00K0YY00320 3T00P0ZZ004B0 3T00K0ZZ004B0

1 2
3 1.5 1 1.5 2 2 3 3 4 1 2 1.5 3 2 4 3 6

3T00P0YY00410 3T00K0YY00410 3T00P0ZZ00420 3T00K0ZZ00420
3T00P0ZZ00430 3T00K0ZZ00430 3T00P0YY004B0 3T00K0YY004B0 3T00P0ZZ00610 3T00K0ZZ00610 3T00P0ZZ006B0 3T00K0ZZ006B0 3T00P0YY00420 3T00K0YY00420 3T00P0ZZ00620 3T00K0ZZ00620 3T00P0ZZ00630 3T00K0ZZ00630 3T00P0YY00430 3T00K0YY00430

9 1 1/2 2

H=8 E=8 H=8 E=4 H=8 E=4

22.5
None

7 1/2

2 3 7/16
4 5/8 2 7/8 1 7/8 2 11/16 3 5/8 3 7/16 4 5/8 5 5 15/16 2 3 2 7/8 7/16

---

4
6

10
2 1 1/2 11

3T00P0ZZ00640 3T00K0ZZ00640 1 1/2 3T00P0YY00610 3T00K0YY00610 3T00P0ZZ00820 3T00P0YY006B0 3T00P0ZZ00830 3T00P0YY00620 3T00P0ZZ00840 3T00P0YY00630 3T00P0ZZ00860 3T00K0ZZ00820 3T00K0YY006B0 3T00K0ZZ00830 2 3T00K0YY00620 2 3T00K0ZZ00840 3T00K0YY00630 3T00K0ZZ00860 1 1/2

8 6

13 1/2 12 1/2

EH=3/4-10 =1/2-13 H=8 E=5/8-11 EH48 == H=7/8 E=8 H 5/ / - - 1 E==384110 E=3/4-10 H=8 H=3/4-10 H=7/8 E=8 2 EE=5/8-11 =5/8-11 H=1 E=4 H=7/8 H=8 E= 3/4-10 H=7/8 E=4 EE H588111 == / /7 /-1 5= - 8 H=8 2 H=1 EE88 ==

7 7/8
9 1/2

6 3/16
8

3/4
3/4

2 one N2.5

5/8

4 4 3
10 8

4 6 6 8
6

2 3T00P0YY00840 3T00P0ZZ00E60 3T00K0YY00840 2 1/4 3T00P0YY00860 3T00K0YY00860 3T00P0ZZ00E80 N/A
3T00P0ZZ00F60 3T00P0ZZ00F80 3T00P0ZZ00FE0 2 1/4

3T00P0YY00640 3T00K0YY00640 3T00P0ZZ00E40 3T00P0YY00830 3T00K0YY00830

1 1/2 H=12 H=12 E=8 E=8 H=12 E=12
H=12 E=8 H=12 E=12

16 15

1 1/2

6 3/4 4 5/8 5 3 5/8 11 3/4 7 1/2 10 1/16 5 15/16 10 5/8 8 1/2 H=7/8 6 5/8 5 HE=3/4-10 =3/4-10 3/4 9 1/2 13/16 8 E=3/4-10 H=3/4-10 7 7/8 6 3/16 EH3/1 -10 == 4 7 1/2 11/16 5 15/16 E=5/8-11 6 5/8 5 H=1 3/4 EH3/1 -10 14 1/4 9 7 /7/8 == 4 6 8 /16 3 12 12 3/4 13 10 5/8 E=3/4-10 13/16 H=7/8-9 10 5/8 13/16 8 1/2 H=7/8-9 E=3/4-10 11 3/4 10 1/16 E=3/4-10 9 1/2 17 11 3/4 14 1/4 13/16 15 1 1/4 8 10 1/16 12 3/4

--None

7.5 --None 15

12

8 10

19

H=1 E=3/4-10 H=7/8-9 E=7/8-9

None

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Fluoroflex-T (PTFE) Nozzle Liner Fluoroflex-T (PTFE) Nozzle Liner
The non-adhesive characteristic of PTFE retards build-up of solids. When installed in the nozzle opening of reactors and other process equipment, the PTFE liner can be easily cleaned without damaging fragile linings of expensive equipment. PTFE liners are designed to reduce transmission of vibration or shock to flange faces of such equipment and the smooth, tough surface of PTFE minimizes the effects of erosion. Liner is designed to fit inside Schedule 80 Pipe.

All dimensions in inches unless otherwise noted
P ar t N o . R19360-008L R19360-012L R19360-016L R19360-024L R19360-032L R19360-048L R19360-064L R19360-096L R19360-128L R1 9360-160L N o m i n al Pi p e Si z e 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 3 4 6 8 10 Tu b e Ex t en s io n O.D. " A" 17/32 45/64 29/32 1 15/32 1 29/32 2 27/32 3 25/32 5 45/64 7 1/2 10 1/16 F l ar e D i a. " B" 1 3/8 1 11/16 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5 6 3/16 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 5/64 3/32 7/64 5/32 3/16 1/16 Wall Th ic k n es s " C"

" L" is expressed in inches with fractions of an inch in eighths, e.g., 36", 47 1/2", 62 5/8", etc. Length tolerance: To 36" ± 1/4", over 36" ± 1/2".

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Thermowell Baffles Thermowell Baffles
Jacketed with PTFE PTFE Jacketed Thermowell-baffles for inserting thermocouples below the liquid level of corrosion mixtures are designed to withstand immersion in all acids, except hydrofluoric, at temperatures to 350°F. Their corrosion resistance and strength are also designed to provide long-life and maintenance-free operation of both thermowells and vessels. They are constructed of a PTFE jacketed steel pipe with a special tantalum bulb swaged on the bottom end. Heat conductivity of 0.130 cal./cm2/°C/sec. is provided through the tantalum bulb, which combines good chemical resistance with high thermal conductivity.

D i m en s i o n al D at a P ar t # R19282A-08-L R19282A-16-L R19282A-24-L R19282A-32-L N PS 1/2 1 1 1/2 2 F l an g e Si z e 1 1 1/2 2 3 Gas k et Seal D i a. 1 7/8 2 3/4 3 1/2 4 3/8 A 11/16 13/16 7/8 1 1/16 N o m i n al O.D.* 1 1 15/32 2 1/16 2 9/16 Max . Rec o m m en d ed Un s u p p o r t ed L en g t h ** Ft . 3 4 5 6

*Thermowells have oversize O.D., which will not fit directly into standard size vessel nozzles. By selecting a smaller size pipe and a R60692 Special Reducing Flange, the correct fit can be achieved. **Recommended maximum length for mild agitation is shown as a general guide for liquids having about the same density and viscosity as water. For longer lengths or more severe operating loads (density, viscosity and velocity of fluid at the pipe), a larger size or internal bracing should be employed. Exceeding the maximum recommended service temperature and/or pressure or maximum recommended unsupported length can result in premature failure and possible personnel and equipment hazard. Notes: Maximum Length = 10 ft.

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113

Dip Pipes Reinforced Dip Pipes
Lined and Jacketed with PTFE for Loading, Unloading & Decanting
(Note: Standard liner and jacket color is black)

Resistoflex Dip Pipes are designed to provide the ultimate in corrosion-resistant, non-contaminating construction to 350°F for loading vessels below the liquid level, and decanting and unloading without the need for bottom outlets. The maximum recommended operating pressure is 150 psi. They are designed to withstand high mechanical loads imposed by mixing or agitation in process vessels and reactors. The schedule 80 steel pipe (also available is SS, Alloy 20, Hastelloy, etc.) is protected from corrosion by an extruded, high density, chemically inert PTFE liner and jacket which are fused together at the bottom. Both the liner and the jacket are applied in a manner which compensates for thermal expansion, using the Resistoflex Thermalok process. Warning: Exceeding the maximum recommended service temperature and/or pressure, or recommended unsupported length can result in premature failure and personnel and/or equipment hazard. 4" - 20" dip pipes are available (manufactured by Resistoflex GmbH). Contact us for more information.
D i m en s i o n al D at a P ar t # R6808-16-L R6816-24-L R6824-32-L R6832-48-L R6848-64-L
" L" = 120" max. **Recommended maximum length for mild agitation is shown as a general guide for liquids having about the same density and viscosity as water. For longer lengths, or more severe operating loads (density, viscosity and velocity of fluid at the pipe), a larger size of internal bracing should be employed. Note: The nozzle flange sizes shown are the only sizes available. To connect a dip pipe to a larger nozzle, a reducing flange must be used. Use Resistoflex Reducing Flanges (seen on Page 65) to adapt for larger nozzles. Solid PTFE dip pipes and spargers are also available.

Pi p e & C o n n ec t i n g F l an g e S i z e 1/2 1 1 1/2 2 3

No z z le F l an g e S i z e 1 1 1/2 2 3 4

Min . Diam et er o f J ac k et Gas k et S eal 1 7/8 2 3/4 3 1/2 4 3/8 5 7/16

D i am et er o f L in er Gas k et S eal 1 3/8 2 2 7/8 3 5/8 5

N o m i n al O.D. 1 1 7/16 2 1/64 2 1/2 3 5/8

Max . Rec o m m en d ed L en g t h ** Ft . 3 4 5 6 8

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Reinforced Spargers Spargers
Lined and Jacketed with PTFE for Injecting Steam & Other Vapors.

Resistoflex Spargers for injecting steam and other vapors below the liquid level are designed to be highly resistant to mechanical fatigue and thermal shock, and provide the ultimate in corrosion-resistant, non-contaminating construction to 350°F. Resistoflex Spargers used schedule 80 pipe, lined and jacketed with PTFE and are designed to withstand the high mechanical loads associated with mixing or agitation in reactors or other process vessels. An external heavy wall PTFE tube is then applied which extends beyond the weld of the lined and jacketed steel reinforcement to provide a sparging section at the bottom. A PTFE plug, held by PTFE bolts and nuts, is installed at the end of this heavy tube and minimizes corrosion deposits and its nonstick surface retards buildup of precipitated solids at the orfices. Good erosion resistance maintains contamination free service. The packing gland provides gas-tight seals up to 50 psi. Warning: Exceeding the maximum recommended service temperature and/or pressure, or recommended unsupported length can result in premature failure and personnel and/or equipment hazard.
D i m en s i o n al D at a P ar t # R671632-L-XX R682448-L-XX R672464-L-XX R673264-L-XX R674896-L-XX Pi p e & C o n n ec t i n g F l an g e S i z e 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 3 No z z le F l an g e S i z e 2 3 4 4 6 N o m i n al O.D.* 1 15/16 2 9/16 2 33/64 3 4 1/8 Max . Rec o m m en d ed Un s u p p o r t ed L en g t h ** Ft . 4 5 5 6 8

Note: The nozzle flange sizes shown are the only sizes available. To connect a sparger to a larger nozzle, a reducing flange must be used. Contact factory for more information as not all standard reducing flanges are suitable.

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PTFE-Lined Reducing Flanges for use w/Dip Pipes PTFE-Lined Reducing Flanges for use w/Dip Pipes
Ductile Iron conforms to ASTM A395

Dimensional Data in (inches) for PTFE-lined ANSI Class 150 Ductile Iron Reducing Flanges.
Nominal Size (NPS) Major Minor 3T00M0VV0C170 3T00M0VV0C190 1 1 1/2 3/4 1 1 1 1/2 2 1 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 1 1 1/2 2 3 4 1 1/2 2 3 4 5 4 6 4 6 8 Actual Smallest I.D. 13/32 5/8 1 1/8 1 1/8 1 5/8 2 1/8 1 1/8 1 5/8 2 1/8 2 3/16 1 1/8 1 5/8 2 1/8 2 25/32 3 3/4 1 5/8 2 1/8 2 31/32 3 3/4 4 25/32 3 29/32 5 25/32 4 1/16 5 29/32 7 11/16 Dimensions B 1 5/ 8 1 5/ 8 J 9/16 9/16 A 4 1/ 4 4 1/ 4 5 6 6 7 7 1/ 2 7 1/ 2 7 1/ 2 7 1/ 2 9 9 9 9 10 11 11 11 11 11 K 2 2 2 7/ 8 3 5/ 8 3 5/ 8 4 1/ 8 5 5 5 5 6 3/1 6 6 3/1 6 6 3/1 6 6 3/1 6 7 5/16 8 1/ 2 8 1/ 2 8 1/ 2 8 1/ 2 8 1/ 2 C 1 3/ 8 1 11/1 6 2 2 2 7/ 8 3 5/ 8 2 2 7/ 8 3 5/ 8 4 1/ 5 2 2 7/ 8 3 5/ 8 5 6 3/16 2 7/ 8 3 5/ 8 5 6 3/16 7 5/16 H Holes E Holes Bolt Hole W ight e Rotation (lbs.) ** 45° 45° 45° 45° 45° 45° 45° 45° 45° 45° ----22.5 ° ---22.5° 22.5 ° 22.5° 22.5° ---2. 8 3. 0 4. 3 6. 0 6. 3 9. 0 11. 5 12. 8 10. 5 11. 0 15. 8 15. 5 14. 5 14.58 16. 8 24. 5 24. 3 22. 3 22. 0 22. 0 39. 5 36. 3 62. 0 58. 5 50. 0

Part Number

D No. No. F G Dia. (B.C.) Thread Holes Holes (B.C.) Depth 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 12 12 12 5/ 8 5/ 8 5/ 8 3/ 4 3/ 4 3/ 4 3/ 4 3/4 3/ 4 3/ 4 3/ 4 3/ 4 3/ 4 3/ 4 7/ 8 7/ 8 7/ 8 7/ 8 7/ 8 7/ 8 3 1/8 3 1/8 3 7/8 4 3/4 4 3/4 5 1/2 6 6 6 6 7 1/2 7 1/2 7 1/2 7 1/2 8 1/ 2 9 1/2 9 1/2 9 1/2 9 1/2 9 1/2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 4 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 1/2-1 3 2 3/ 8 1/2-1 3 2 3/ 4 1/2-1 3 3 1/ 8 1/2-1 3 3 1/ 8 1/2-1 3 3 7/ 8 5/8-11 1/2-1 3 1/2-13 5/8-11 5/8-11 4 3/ 4 3 1/ 8 3 7/ 8 4 3/ 4 5 1/ 2 7/ 8 7/ 8 7/ 8 7/ 8 7/ 8 7/ 8 3/ 4 7/ 8 7/ 8 7/ 8

3T60B0VV0CB10 1 1/2 3T60B0VV0C210 3T60B0VV0C2B0 2 2

1 9/16 11/16 1 9/16 1 9/16 1 9/16 1 5/ 8 1 5/ 8 1 3/ 4 1 5/ 8 1 7/ 8 1 5/ 8 2 1 3/ 4 1 5/ 8 1 7/ 8 1 7/ 8 1 3/ 4 2 1/ 8 1 3/ 4 2 2 3/ 4 3/ 4 7/ 8 15/16 15/16 15/16 13/16 15/16 15/16 15/1 6 15/16 15/16 1 1 1 1 7/ 8

3T60B0VV0CC20 2 1/2 3T60B0VV0C310 3T60B0VV0C3B0 3T60B0VV0C320 3T00M0VV0C3C0 3T60B0VV0C410 3T60B0VV0C4B0 3T60B0VV0C420 3T00M0VV0C430 3T00M0VV0C540 3T60B0VV0C6B0 3T60B0VV0C620 3T00M0VV0C630 3T00M0VV0C640 3T00M0VV0C650 3T00M0VV0C840 3T00M0VV0C860 3T00M0VV0CE40 3T00M0VV0CE60 3T00M0VV0CE80 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 6 6 6 6 6 8 8 10 10 10

1/2-1 3 3 1/ 8 11/16 1/2-1 3 3 7/ 8 5/8-11 5/8-11 4 3/ 4 6 7/ 8 7/ 8 7/ 8 1

5/8-11 7 1/ 2

1/2-1 3 3 7/ 8 11/16 5/8-11 5/8-11 4 3/ 4 6 3/ 4 1 7/ 8 1 7/ 8

5/8-11 7 1/ 2 3/4-1 0 8 1/ 2

1 1/ 8 13 1/ 2 10 5/ 8 6 3/16 1 1/ 8 13 1/ 2 10 5/ 8 16 16 16 8 1/ 2

7/ 8 11 3/4 7/ 8 11 3/4 1 1 1 14 1/ 4 14 1/ 4 14 1/ 4

5/8-11 7 1/ 2 3/4-1 0

9 1/ 2 1 1/ 8 7/ 8 1 1

2 7/16 1 3/16 2 7/16 1 3/16 2 7/16 1 3/16

12 3/ 4 6 3/16 12 3/ 4 12 3/ 4 8 1/ 2 10 5/ 8

5/8-11 7 1/ 2 3/4-1 0 9 1/ 2

3/4-1 0 11 3/ 4

For larger sizes or special size combinations - consult factory. All fittings have Safety Vent Holes. **Amount of bolt hole rotation required in mating flange to have adjacent piping components straddle center line.

.

"3T6" Series reducing flanges have extra large bores to accommodate the oversized O.D. of reinforced dip pipes, spargers and thermowells through 2" nominal pipe size.

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Solid PTFE Dip Pipes andSpargers PTFE Dip Pipes & Spargers
The superior advantages of PTFE are also offered without steel reinforcement in both dip pipes and spargers. Support is provided by using the tank baffle or similar projection within the vessel. The solid PTFE tube is ideally suited for application where the presence of the steel pipe in the process vessel is undesirable. Because of the support offered by the baffle, this construction may also be used where excess length or agitation would rule out the use of other FLUOROFLEX pipes. Often, the force of agitation is sufficient to hold the pipe in place against the baffle, but additional clamping is recommended. Resistoflex Solid PTFE Spargers used for applications in top loading vessels such as open kettles and pickling tanks where bent or curved assemblies are required are available in heavy walled, solid PTFE construction. They are designed to withstand erosion by steam and other vapors at elevated temperatures and pressures, and to eliminate contamination. Specially designed PTFE flanges are securely threaded and pinned to the tube. Plugs, where desired, are also threaded and pinned in place. The maximum recommended operating pressure is 150 psig at 350°F. WARNING: Exceeding the maximum recommended service temperature and/or pressure, or recommended unsupported length can result in premature failure and personnel and/or equipment hazard.

Dim en s io n al Dat a (inches) Tu b in g Siz e O.D. 1 1/4 1 3/8 1 3/4 2 1/4 3 I.D. 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 F l an g e & P l u g T h i c k n es s 1 1 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 B en d R ad i u s R 2 2 3 4 8 Co u p lin g O.D. X 2 1/8 2 1/4 2 5/8 3 3/8 4 3/8

R671XXX-L-V
Part Number Code: R6 X PTFE Style 5 = Dip Pipe 1 = Sparger Shape 0 = Straight 1 = 1 bend 90o 2 = 1 bend 45o 6 = 2 bends 30o 7 = 2 bends 45o 8 = 2 bends 90o X X X X - L-V-Z Length Callout Back-up Flange 0 = None 1 = Back-up Flange 2 = PTFE Flange to be removable PTFE Flange Dia. "B" 1 = 2" 2 = 2 7/8" 3 = 3 5/8" 4 = 5" 5 = 6 3/16" Tubing Size 1 = 1 1/4" OD x 1/2" ID 2 = 1 3/8" OD x 3/4" ID 3 = 1 3/4" OD x 1" ID 4 = 2 1/4" OD x 1 1/2" ID 5 = 3" OD x 2" ID
PTFE Threaded Pin A

(For 1" Flange) (For 1.5" Flange) (For 2" Flange) (For 3" Flange) (For 4" Flange)

R676XXX-L-V-X

Optional Back-Up Flange

PTFE Tubing

PTFE Threaded Plug A

B Dia. OD PTFE Threaded Pin PTFE Flange ID PTFE Threaded Pin

R670XXX-L

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Solid PTFE Mixing Mixing Tee NozzlesTee Nozzles
Acid mixing tees are used to introduce acid to the system. The solid PTFE nozzle is specially designed to disperse the acid uniformly into the process. Various nozzle sizes are available for different outlet diameters. Optional open-ended constructions are also available. The tees are made in 1" through 8" sizes for standard and reducing tees, and are available on special request. The PTFE mixing nozzle is also used with plastic lined tees. When selecting a tee, be sure the heat of reaction does not exceed the temperature rating of the plastic liner. Note: Mixing tee nozzles purchased separately may not always fit in an existing Resistoflex tee, depending on size and construction. Mixing tees and nozzles should be purchased together to enable a factory fit.

Detail 1
Part No.: WM0WM00000_ _0 Size Code

Detail 2
WM0XM00000_ _0

Detail 3
WM0YM00000_ _0

Detail 4
WM0ZM00000_ _0

Fo r Red u c in g Tees Size Code B1 21 2B 31 3B 32 4B 42 43 62 63 64 81 Si z e 1 1/2 x 1 2 x1 2 x 1 1/ 2 3x1 3 x 1 1/ 2 3x2 4 x 1 1/ 2 4x2 4x3 6x2 6 x3 6 x4 8 x1 8 x 1 1/ 2 8x2 8x4 8x6 4x1 6 x 1 1/ 2 2 1/2 x 1 2 1/2 x 1 1/2 2 1/2 x 2 6 x1 A 4 4 1/2 4 1/2 5 1/2 5 1/2 5 1/2 7 3/8 7 3/8 7 3/8 9 3/8 9 3/8 9 3/8 11 11 11 11 11 7 3/8 9 3/8 5 5 5 9 3/8 B 2 5/8 2 5/8 3 3/8 2 5/8 3 3/8 4 1/8 3 3/8 4 1/8 5 3/8 4 1/8 5 3/8 6 7/8 2 5/8 2 3/8 4 1/8 6 7/8 8 3/4 2 5/8 3 3/8 2 5/8 3 3/8 4 1/8 2 5/8 C 9/16 9/16 1 1/8 9/16 1 1/8 1 3/8 1 1/8 1 3/8 2 1/2 1 3/8 2 1/2 2 1/2 9/16 1 1/8 1 3/8 2 1/2 2 1/2 9/16 1 1/8 9/16 1 1/8 1 3/8 9/16 I.D. 1/4 1/4 1/2 1/4 1/2 7/8 1/2 7/8 1 1/2 7/8 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/4 1/2 7/8 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/4 1/2 1/4 1/2 7/8 1/4

Fo r St an d ar d Tees
Size Code 10

8B

Si z e 1 1 1/2 2 3 4 6 8 2 1/ 2

A 3 1/ 2 4 4 1/ 2 5 1/ 2 7 3/ 8 9 3/ 8 11 5

B 2 5/8 3 3/8 4 1/8 5 3/8 6 7/8 8 3/4 11 4 7/8

C 9/16 1 1/5 1 3/8 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 1 3/4

I.D. 1/4 1/2 7/8 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1

82 84 86 41 6B C1 CB C2 61

B0 20 30 40 60 80 C0

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CONQUEST® Flangeless Lined Piping System

Available in 1" - 4" PTFE, PP and PVDF (1"-2" PFA)
Our flangeless systems are designed to reduce the maintenance and risk associated with flanged joints. These systems include Conquest® flangeless piping, Extra-Long Pipe (up to 40 ft long), and MultiAxis piping. These technologies can be used separately, but the best systems combine elements to balance reduced risk with installation and operational flexibility. Connections can be reduced by 90%.

Final on-site assembly is done using Resistoflex butt-fusion weld tooling that can be rented or purchased.

Contact Resistoflex to inquire about CONQUESTTM Fabrication Certification Training that can be provided at your site or at our plant.

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CONQUEST® ®Dimensional Data and Weights CONQUEST Dimensional Data & Weights
Laterals - PTFE Only
F i t t i n g D i a. 2" 2" 3" Op t io n Flange on Outlet Flange on Run Flange on Run P ar t N u m b er LN00M3WWZR200 LN00M3WZWR200 LN00M3WZWR300 A 6 5/ 8 8 3/16 11 3/ 8 B 4 13/16 4 13/16 6 13/16 C 8 3/16 8 1/8 1'-1 9/16 D 1'-1" 1'-015/16 1'-8 3/8

flange on outlet

flange on run

90° Elbows
F i t t i n g D i a. in . (m m ) 1 (25) 1.5 (40) 2 (50) 3 (80) 4 (100) A in . (m m ) 11 (279) 13 (330) 15 (381) 21 (533) 26 (660) P TFE E900M3WW00100 E900M3WW00B00 E900M3WW00200 E900M3WW00300 E900M3WW00400 PVD F E900K3WW00100 E900K3WW00B00 E900K3WW00200 E900K3WW00300 E900K3WW00400 PP E900P3WW00100 E900P3WW00B00 E900P3WW00200 E900P3WW00300 E900P3WW00400 Weig h t lb s . (k g ) 4 (1.8) 7 (3.2) 10.4 (4.7) 28.5 (13.2) 50.1 (22.7)

45° Elbows
F i t t i n g D i a. in . (m m ) 1 (25) 1.5 (40) 2 (50) 3 (80) 4 (100) B in . (m m ) 8 (203) 9 (229) 10 (254) 13 (330) 17 (432) P TFE E500M3WW00100 E500M3WW00B00 E500M3WW00200 E500M3WW00300 E500M3WW00400 PVD F E500K3WW00100 E500K3WW00B00 E500K3WW00200 E500K3WW00300 E500K3WW00400 PP E500P3WW00100 E500P3WW00B00 E500P3WW00200 E500P3WW00300 E500P3WW00400 Weig h t lb s . (k g ) 3 (1.4) 5 (2.3) 7.5 (3.4) 19.1 (8.7) 36 (16.3)

Adapters
D i a. in . (m m ) 1 (25) 1.5 (40) 2 (50) 3 (80) 4 (100) E in . (m m ) 10 (254) 11 (279) 12 (305) 15 1/2 (394) 18 (457) F in . (m m ) 4 (102) 5 (127) 6 (152) 8 (203) 8 (203)

Adapter With Flange

Adapter Without Flange

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CONQUEST® Dimensional Data and Weights

Standard Tees and Instrument Tees

All Conquest

Flange on Run

Flange on Outlet or Instrument Tee
P TFE TN00M3WWWS100 PTFE PVD F TN00K3WWWS100 PVDF TN00K3WZWS100 TN00K3WWW0100 TN00K3WWZS100 TN00K3WZWS100 TN00K3WZZS100 TN00K3WWZS100 TN00K3WWWSB0 TN00K3WZZS100 0

Flanged on Both Ends

Fitting Dia. (in.) Size (NPS) 1

G H (in.) (in.) Dimensions (in.)

Option All Co Optionnquest Flange on Run All CONQUEST® Flange on Outlet Flange on Run Flanged on Both Flange on Outlet Al Conque Flangel on Both st Flange o Instrumentn Run Flange on Outlet All CONQUEST®

PP TN00P3PP WS100 WW TN00P3WZWS100 TN00P3WWW0100 TN00P3WWZS100 TN00P3WZWS100 TN00P3WZZS100 TN00P3WWZS100 TN00P3WWWSB00 TN00P3WZZS100

G
5 1/2

H
3 1/2

TN00M3WWW0100 N/A N/A N/A TN00M3WWWSB00 N/A

1

5 1/2

3 1/2

1.5

6

4

N/A T400M3WWZS110 TN00M3WWZSB00 TN00M3WWW0B00 N N/A/A

TN00K3WZWSB0 T400K3WWZS110 0 TN00K3WWZSB00 TN00K3WWW0B00 TN00K3WZZSB00 TN00K3WZWSB00

TN00P3WZWSB0 T400P3WWZS1100 TN00P3WWZSB00 TN00P3WWW0B00 TN00P3WZZSB00 TN00P3WZWSB00

Flan on on FlangegedRunBoth

1.5

6

4

FlangeInstrument on Outlet Flangel on Both st Al Conque Instrument Flange on Run All CONQUEST® Flange on Outlet Flange on Run Flanged on Both Flange on Outlet Instrument Flange on Both All Conquest Instrument Flange on Run All CONQUEST® Flange on Outlet Flange on Run Flanged on Both Flange on Outlet Inon Both Flange strument
All Conq Instrument uest Flange on R All CONQUEST®un

TN00M3WWZNB00 0 T400M3WWZSB1 N/A TN00M3WWWS200 T400M3WWZSB10 N/A TN00M3WWW0200 TN00M3WWZS200 N/A N/A TN00M3WWZN200 T400M3WWZS210 N/A TN00M3WWWS300 T400M3WWZS210 TN00M3WWW0300 N/A N/A N/A T400M3WWZS310 N/A

TN00K3WWZSB000 T400K3WWZSB1 TN00K3WZZSB00 0 TN00K3WWWS20 T400K3WWZSB10 TN00K3WZWS200 TN00K3WWW0200 TN00K3WWZS200 TN00K3WZWS200 TN00K3WZZS200 TN00K3WWZS200 T400K3WWZS210 TN00K3WZZS200 TN00K3WWWS300 T400K3WWZS210 TN00K3WZWS300 TN00K3WWW0300 TN00K3WWZS300 TN00K3WZWS300 TN00K3WZZS300 TN00K3WWZS300 T400K3WWZS31 TN00K3WZZS300 0
TN00K3WWWS40 T400K3WWZS310 0 TN00K3WZWS40 TN00K3WWW04000 TN00K3WWZS40 TN00K3WZWS4000 TN00K3WZZS400 TN00K3WWZS400

TN00P3WWZSB00 T400P3WWZSB10 TN00P3WZZSB00 TN00P3WWWS200 T400P3WWZSB10 TN00P3WZWS200 TN00P3WWW0200 TN00P3WWZS200 TN00P3WZWS200 TN00P3WZZS200 TN00P3WWZS200 T400P3WWZS210 TN00P3WZZS200 TN00P3WWWS300 T400P3WWZS210 TN00P3WZWS300 TN00P3WWW0300 TN00P3WWZS300 TN00P3WZWS300 TN00P3WZZS300 TN00P3WWZS300 T400P3WWZS310 TN00P3WZZS300
TN00P3WWWS40 T400P3WWZS3100 TN00P3WZWS400 TN00P3WWW0400 TN00P3WWZS400 TN00P3WZWS400 TN00P3WZZS400 TN00P3WWZS400

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TN00K3WZZS400 0 T400K3WWZS41 T400K3WWZS410

TN00P3WZZS400 T400P3WWZS410 T400P3WWZS410

Instrument port outlet ID is 1” pipe size.
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CONQUEST® Dimensional Data and Weights
Concentric Reducers
F i t t i n g D i a. in . (m m ) 1.5 x 1 (40 x 25) 2x1 (50 x 25) 2 x 1 1/2 (50 x 40) 3x2 (80 x 50) 4x3 (100 x 80) D in . (m m ) 6.5 (165) 7.5 (191) 7.5 (191) 10.5 (267) 13 (330) P TFE 6000M3WW00B10 6000M3WW00210 6000M3WW002B0 6000M3WW00320 6000M3WW00430 PVD F 6000K3WW00B10 6000K3WW00210 6000K3WW002B0 6000K3WW00320 6000K3WW00430 PP 6000P3WW00B10 6000P3WW00210 6000P3WW002B0 6000P3WW00320 6000P3WW00430 Weig h t lb s . (k g ) 7 (3.2) 7 (3.2) 7 (3.2) 14 (6.4) 30 (13.6)

Standard Tee-to-Concentric Reducer

Tee-to-decreasing size concentric reducer, no filler pipe needed.

Standard Tee-to-Tee, or Tee-to-Concentric Reducer

F i t t i n g D i a. in . (m m ) 1 (25) 1.5 (40) 2 (50)

I in . (m m ) 20 (508) 23 3/4 (603) 24 5/8 (625) 30 1/2 (775) 37 1/4 (946)

J in . (m m ) 21 (533) 23 3/4 (603) 28 5/8 (727) 31 1/2 (800) 40 3/4 (1035)

K in . (m m ) 9 3/8 (238) 10 5/8 (270) 12 (305) 15 7/8 (403) 18 1/4 (464)

Minimum tee-to-tee or tee-to-increasing size concentric reducer length.

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CONQUEST® Coupler Dimensions

Fi t t i n g S i z e in . (m m ) 1 (25) 1 1/2 (40) 2 (50) 3 (80) 4 (100)

(2x L 1) Ov er all L en g t h Max . Pr io r t o In s t allat io n 4.55 5.44 6.54 9.55 11.03

(2x L 2) Ov er all L en g t h , Max . After In s t allat io n 3.42 4.10 5.03 6.80 7.77

D Ou t s id e Diam et er, Max . 1.97 2.64 3.28 4.45 5.60

I In s id e Diam et er, Max . 1.338 1.923 2.415 3.536 4.551

1. Fittings are designed for use on Resistoflex plastic-lined steel pipe, schedule 40. 2. Standard coating for Swage Rings is black oxide per LMS-93-12. Contact factory for other platings. 3. Fittings available with and without 1/8” vent hole between tool flange.

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Tapped Vent CONQUEST® ® Couplers Tapped Vent CONQUEST Coupler
CONQUEST Plastic Lined Piping uses a mechanical coupler over a welded liner to provide a leak-free, flangeless joint. PTFE lined systems require a venting system to prevent permeants from collecting between the liner and steel shell. The tapped vent coupler provides more flexibility by allowing a variety of devices to be attached to the coupler: • Vent Extenders For insulated pipe, vent paths should be provided between vent holes and the atmosphere. Failure to do so often results in accelerated corrosion of the steel shell and contamination of the insulation. (Learn more about Venting and Insulation). PTFE-lined CONQUEST is designed to vent at the coupling. The coupling has a 1/8" NPT tapped vent hole which allows extenders to be threaded in, and routed through the insulation. • Leak Detection A breech in the liner or weld can result in fluid traveling between the liner OD and metal ID to the annular space between the butt weld and the coupling body. Attachment of sensors to the tapped vent may provide early warning of a liner failure. • Collection Systems In some cases, venting of even minute quantities of permeants to the atmosphere is undesirable. This may be true with extremely hazardous or toxic chemicals, or in environmentally sensitive areas. The tapped vent allows attachment of collection systems to prevent permeant release to atmosphere. High Integrity vent extender featuring Fire-Safe Design A Hastelloy® porous disc vent fitting is shipped with the coupler as an optional addition to the completed installation. It’s porous nature allows permeated gases to escape the system, but contains any entrained liquids which may result from a liner breech. The vent fitting is also designed according to the same principles as the Fire-Safe Factory Mutual approved HIF system. Dimension Differences The tapped vent coupler is different than the standard vented coupler. The tapped vent holes required a thicker cross section in the coupler body than is possible with the standard coupler. The groove that accommodates the jaw of the installation tool was previously located in the center of the coupler. The new center rib requires that the groove be located on both sides of the new rib. These changes add to the overall length of the coupler. There is adequate design tolerance in the CONQUEST® fittings to use the longer tapped vent coupler without concern for joint make-up clearance. The exact length of standard vented and the tapped vent couplers are as follows:

P ar t N u m b er Si z e S t an d ar d w /o Ven t K00003W000100 K00003W000B00 K00003W000200 K00003W000300 K00003W000400 S t an d ar d w / Ven t KV0003W000100 KV0003W000B00 KV0003W000200 KV0003W000300 KV0003W000400

S t an d ar d C o u p l i n g s w / o r w /o Ven t A s S h i p p ed L en g t h 4.50" 5.44" 6.50" 9.50" 11.25" In s t alled L en g t h 3.37" 4.06" 5.00" 6.81" 7.75"

P ar t N u m b er Tap p ed Ven t KV0003W000101 KV0003W000B01 KV0003W000201 KV0003W000301 KV0003W000401

Tap p ed Ven t Co u p lin g s A s S h i p p ed L en g t h 5.64" 6.55" 7.68" 10.76" 12.02" In s t alled L en g t h 4.51" 5.21" 6.15" 8.16" 9.00"

1" 1.5" 2" 3" 4"

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CONQUEST® Flangeless Piping CONQUEST® Flangeless Piping
Design Considerations
Thermal Expansion Considerations Like other piping materials, CONQUEST flangeless piping from Crane Resistoflex requires the designer or specifier to consider system movement caused by thermal expansion and contraction of piping components. This movement can typically be compensated for by using expansion loops and direction changes, along with the proper placement of piping supports and anchors. You may find it necessary to conduct a computer-generated stress analysis of your piping system because of its size and complexity. Although most stress analysis programs simulate the movement of a single piping materials and plastic-lined piping is a composite of plastic and steel, use the coefficient of thermal expansion for steel in your stress analysis. That’s because Crane Resistoflex Plastic-Lined Piping Products uses a swaging fabrication process for CONQUEST piping that locks the liner inside the steel shell and restricts its movement relative to the steel. The locking process distributes the liner’s thermal expansion and contraction stress evenly throughout the entire steel pipe.

Tab le 1: Co ef f ic ien t s o f Th er m al Ex p an s io n f o r Plas t ic L in er s an d St eel Mat er ial Polypropylene (PP) Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF Homopolymer) PVDF/Hexafluoropropylene (PVDF/HFP Copolymer) Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Perfluoroalkoxy (PFA) Steel α (in /in /°F) 4.8 x 10-5 6.6-8.0 x 10 7.8 x 10-5 5.5 x 10-5 7.8 x 10-5 5.9 x 10
-6 -5

α (m m /m m /°C) 8.64 x 10-5 11.9-14.4 x 10-5 14 x 10-5 9.9 x 10-5 14 x 10-5 10.6 x 10-6

How to Calculate Expansion Loop Size and Dimensional Change - The expansion and contraction (∆L) of a piping system is a function of the coefficient of thermal expansion for the piping material (α), the length of the pipe, and the upper and lower temperature limits of the system. These limits are the highest and lowest temperatures the system will experience at start-up, shut-down, and during operation. Use Equation 1 to calculate the growth of shrinkage of pipe after a thermal cycle, where: ∆L = α = Dimensional change due to thermal expansion or contraction (inches). Expansion coefficient (in./in/°F or mm/mm/°C), refer to Table 1 for steel. The minimum offset and loop size can be determined from the calculated dimensional change using Equation 1 & 2. The loop size is a function of the pipe diameter and the length the pipe moves during a thermal cycle. See Equation 2. The expansion loop depicted in Figure 1 can be fabricated by using a combination of straight pipe, elbows, and/ or MULTI-AXIS® precision-bent pipe.

(T1-T2) = Change in temperature (°F or °C). Length (in inches or mm) of straight pipe being L= considered. Equation 1: ∆L = α x (T1 - T2) x L

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To calculate loop size, use Equation 2 where: R= D= Minimum expansion loop length (in feet or mm) Actual outside diameter of the pipe (in inches or mm) ∆L = Change in length (in inches or mm) due to expansion or contraction

Equation 2: R = 6.35 x (D x ∆L)1/2 (Metric) R = 76.4 x (D x ∆L)1/2

Example: To determine how much expansion and contraction will occur in a 530-foot straight length of 2" PVDF-lined pipe and how long the expansion loop will have to be to compensate for this, you must first determine the highest and lowest temperatures the system will experience. Assume the pipe will be installed at 60°F, operated at 75°F, and experience temperatures of 0°F in winter and 120°F in summer. With this information, use Equation 1 to determine the dimensional change of the straight pipe section. ∆L = 5.9 x 10-6 x (120-0) x 530 x 12 = 4.5 inches The change in length of the straight pipe section due to expansion is 4.5 inches. Substituting 4.5 inches for ∆L in Equation 2, determines the loop size to compensate for this expansion. R = 6.35 x (2.375 x 4.50)1/2 = 20.8 ft. Therefore, the minimum expansion length offset or direction change is 20.8 feet.

Torque Considerations for the CONQUEST Coupling
Torsional loading is a consideration in the design of any piping system, but is particularly important with CONQUEST flangeless piping. Reason: The inner plastic liner of adjacent pipe sections are butt-welded together and, therefore, cannot act independently of each other. If torsional loading on the joint exceeds the mechanical coupling’s ability to resist turning, the plastic liner may twist and break at the connection. Torsional loading can occur in many situations, particularly where there are direction changes, during the transport of a flangeless assembly, or while lifting a flangeless assembly into a pipe truss. Table 2 lists the torque values that are not to be exceeded for the CONQUEST Connection after the mechanical coupling is installed.
Tab le 2: Max im u m Allo w ab le To r q u e Valu es Pi p e Si z e in c h es (m m ) 1 (25) 1 1/2 (40) 2 (50) 3 (80) 4 (100) Allo w ab le To r q u e f t -lb (N-m ) 450 (610) 750 (1017) 1000 (1356) 2100 (2848) 3100 (4204)

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MULTI-AXIS® Bent Piping MULTI-AXIS ®
· · · · · Eliminates flange connections at elbows. Up to 4 compound bends (3D) in a single piece of pipe Sections are bent at any angle up to 90° with a tolerance of ±1°. Reduces pressure drop across the bend and reduces energy costs. Longer bend radius (3 diameters vs. 1.5 diameters).

The Bending Process Although the concept behind MULTI-AXIS pipe is simple, successfully bending swaged plastic-lined pipe is not. It is considerably more difficult than bending unlined pipe. As for loose-lined pipe, it is virtually impossible to bend without distorting the liner. The liner in Resistoflex Plastic-Lined Pipe is locked into position and resists distortion. Resistoflex uses special bending equipment and proprietary manufacturing techniques to provide bends in any angle up to 90° and compound bends on a single section of pipe. MULTI-AXIS pipe is a high-quality product with dimensional tolerances of ± 0.125" (3.2mm), even on pieces with multiple bends. Due to the complexity of the bending operation, field bending of MULTIAXIS pipe is not available. MULTI-AXIS pipe can be supplied with Class 150 steel rotatable flanges or with plain ends that can be joined in the field with other plastic-lined pipe sections using CONQUEST® flangeless connections. When considering MULTI-AXIS pipe, it’s important to carefully examine directional changes in a system to determine whether the centerline-to-face or centerline-to-centerline dimensional requirements of bent pipe can be met within the parameters of the initial design. If not, design adjustments may be required. Minimum Lengths Required for MULTI-AXIS Plastic Lined Pipe

90° Bends
Pi p e Si z e in . (m m ) 1 (25) 1 1/2 (40) 2 (50) 3 (80) 4 (100) A 6 1/8 (156) 9 3/16 (233) 11 1/4 (286) 15 (381) 19 3/4 (502)

90° & 45° Bends
B 11 3/8 (289) 15 3/16 (386) 18 1/4 (464) 26 11/16 (678) 36 1/2 (927) C 8 1/2 (216) 12 1/2 (318) 14 5/8 (371) 22 (559) 29 1/2 (749) D 4 1/4 (108) 6 7/16 (164) 8 (203) 10 (254) 12 7/8 (327) E

45° Bends

6 3/4 (171) 9 3/4 (248) 10 3/4 (273) 15 3/4 (400) 22 1/4 (565)

Tolerances Center-center and center-face dimensions = +/- 1/8" Bend angle = +/- 1° Note: Angle can be within 1 degree of specified angle. If there is a long run of straight pipe after the bend, this can result in the center of the next bend or the face of the flare being offset an inch or more from what was intended. In most cases, this can be compensated for in the field installation. In the case of bolting Multi-Axis to flanged equipment that is in a permanent fixed location, the offset may present an installation problem.

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CONQUEST® ® Flangeless Piping for PTFE CONQUEST Flangeless Piping for PTFE
Testing and Verification Data for CONQUEST Flangeless Piping Systems 1" to 4" Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Lined Systems
To verify the integrity of the CONQUEST flangeless connection, Resistoflex conducted tests on three separate components of the connection: • • • The mechanical coupling, which has been developed by LOKRING for use with RESISTOFLEX Plastic-Lined Piping. The liner butt weld. The CONQUEST flangeless connection as a whole.

A summary of these tests and results are contained in this technical data sheet.

Testing of the RESIST OFLEX/LOKRING™ Mechanical Coupling
A. Coupling Bend Test B. Coupling Burst Test

Test Procedure - Mechanical couplings were used to join two sections of plastic-lined pipe from RESISTOFLEX PlasticLined Piping Products. These newly created sections of joined pipe were then subjected to a full reverse bend test.
These tests were performed by the Lokring Corporation at their facility in Foster City, California. The load applied to the bend was the equivalent to subjecting the pipe to a minimum stress of 30 psi (2.07 bar). The minimum number of cycles required to pass the test was set at 7,000 cycles. The test was carried out until either 7,000 cycles were completed or coupling failure was observed.

Test Procedure - Test samples were produced by connecting two sections of plastic-lined pipe from RESISTOFLEX PlasticLined Piping Products with a mechanical coupling. Each end was then capped. The cap at one end was equipped with a connection that permitted internal hydraulic pressure to be applied. The requirement to pass the test was set at having the pipe fail before the coupling. Internal pressure was then applied and steadily increased. These tests were performed by the Lokring Corporation at their facility in Foster City, California. Results - The internal pressure was increased until the coupling failed or the pipe burst. Testing was completed for three different sizes of plastic-lined pipe and is summarized in Table 2. Note that in each case the pipe burst, which demonstrates that the coupling is actually stronger than the steel pipe.

Results - All four pipe sizes tested passes the minimum requirement of 7,000 cycles. The test on the 1" (25 mm) size was allowed to continue in order to determine approximately how many full reversing cycles the pipe could actually withstand. The test terminated after 71,089 cycles and still no failure was observed.

Tab le 2 - Co u p lin g B u r s t Tes t Res u lt s Pi p e Si z e in . (m m ) 2 (50) 3 (80) 4 (100)
Tab le 1 - B en d Tes t Res u lt s Pi p e Si z e in . (m m ) 1 (25) 1 1/2 (40) 2 (50) 3 (80) N u m b er o f C y c l es 71,089 7,399 7,251 7,500 R es u l t P a ss P a ss P a ss P a ss

B u r s t P r es s u r e p s i (B ar ) 7,500 (517) 10,000 (690) 5,200 (359)

R es u l t Pipe Rupture Pipe Rupture Pipe Rupture

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C. Coupling Torsion Test

Testing of the Liner Butt W eld
To test the integrity of the liner butt weld, it was subjected to tests in two separate categories: burst and pressure fatigue. Testing was performed on Resistoflex pipe in a test lab by RESISTOFLEX Plastic-Lined Piping Products at their Bay City, Michigan facility. These tests were conducted on 1", 2", and 4" diameter PTFE welded pipe. All PTFE test samples were 36" (914 mm) long and were butt welded at their mid-point using the PFA Film method, wrapped with PTFE adhesive tape and vent coupling installed. The ends of each sample were flanged and blanked, and equipped with connections that permitted internal hydraulic pressure to be applied. The coupling prevents the butt weld from being subjected to tensile stress produced by the internal pressure on the flanged ends. A. Liner Butt Weld Burst Test

Test Procedure - Pipe samples were produced by connecting two sections of plastic-lined pipe from RESISTOFLEX PlasticLined Piping Products with mechanical couplings. Three samples of each size were produced and testing was performed by Lokring Corporation in Foster City, California. The minimum torques required to pass the test were set at 450 ft-lbs (610 N-m), 750 ft-lbs (1017 N-m) and 1,000 ft-lbs (1356 N-m) for each pipe size, respectively. Lokring Corporation conducted initial torque testing up to 600 ft-lbs (813 N-m), which is the maximum torque Capability of their apparatus. Torque was then applied until either the maximum torque capability of 600 ft-lbs (813 N-m) was reached or movement of the pipe in the coupling was detected. The test samples were then shipped to E.J. Daiber Company, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio in order to complete the testing at torques greater than 600 ftlbs (813 N-m). Here, the samples were fixed between a torque transducer and pneumatic torque generator. Torque was increased until movement was detected. The average torque at which movement was detected for the three test specimens of each size was then recorded. Results - All samples passed torque tests up to 600 ft-lbs (813 N-m) conducted by Lokring Corporation. In torque tests conducted by E.J. Daiber Company, Inc., all samples exceeded the minimum torque requirements before movement of the pipe in the coupling was detected. The average torque size is shown in Table 3. The 3" was also tested by Lokring Corporation and passed the 600 ft-lbs (813 N-m) requirement.

Tab le 3 - To r s io n Tes t Res u lt s Pi p e Si z e in . (m m ) 1 (25) 1 1/2 (40) 2 (50) Min im u m To r q u e R eq u i r em en t f t -lb s (N-m ) 450 (610) 750 (1017) 1,000 (1356) Av er ag e To r q u e Tes t Res u lt s f t -lb s (N-m ) 848 (1150) 942 (1277) 1,159 (1571) R es u l t P a ss P a ss P a ss

Test Procedure - Liner butt welds were fabricated using standard fabrication techniques described in Resistoflex’s PTFE Technical Data Sheet “Joint Fabrication Procedures for CONQUEST Flangeless Piping Systems with PTFE Liners”. Two samples of each size and liner type were produced. Samples were filled with water and connected to a hand pump with a 10,000 psi (690 bar) capability. A 5,000 psi (345 bar) pressure gauge was attached to the pump outlet. The requirement to pass the test was set at a minimum of 1,100 psi (76 bar). Samples were pressurized to 500 psi (34.5 bar) and held there for three minutes, then increased in 1000 psi (69 bar) increments to a maximum test pressure of 45 psi (310 bar). The unit was held at each increment for a minimum of three minutes. Either the burst pressure in which failure occurred for the two test specimens of each size, or the maximum pressure attained, was recorded. Results - All samples exceeded the minimum burst pressure requirement of 1,100 psi (76 bar). Pressure was ultimately released when the gaskets failed on the flared ends. The samples were sectioned for visual inspection after each test. The inspection revealed that all welds were 100% intact and were not compromised in any way by the burst testing.

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Testing of CONQUEST connection
To test the integrity of the CONQUEST connection, it was subjected to tests in two separate categories: ASTM Steam/ Cold Water and Cold Temperature.
Tab le 4 - B u r s t Tes t Res u lt s Pi p e Si z e in . (m m ) 1 (25) 2 (50) 4 (100)

L i n er Ty p e PTFE PTFE PTFE

Min im u m B u r s t P r es s u r e R eq u i r em en t p s i (B ar ) 1,100 (76) 1,100 (76) 1,100 (76)

Max . B u r s t Tes t Pr es s u r e p s i (B ar ) 4,500 (310)† 4,500 (310)† 4,500 (310)†

A. ASTM Steam/Cold Water

Gaskets on flared ends failed without compromising the weld integrity.

B. Liner Butt Weld Pressure Fatigue Test

Test Procedure - Test samples were 36" (914 mm) long and were butt-welded together at their mid-point. The samples were connected to a high-pressure piston pump capable of producing 1,400 psi (97 bar). Description of pressure fatigue test cycle: increase internal pressure to 550 psi (38 bar), hold for 10 seconds, reduce pressure to 50 psi (3.4 bar), hold for 5 seconds, then increase to 550 psi (38 bar) to repeat the cycle. The minimum requirement to pass the test was set at 7,000 cycles. Results - All samples withstood the minimum 7,000 cycles without displaying any evidence of failure. All tests were allowed to continue in order to determine approximately how many pressure fatigue cycles the butt weld could actually withstand. The test was terminated after 100,000 cycles and still no failure was observed. The samples were sectioned for a visual inspection after each test. The inspection revealed that all welds were 100% intact and were not compromised in any way by the fatigue testing.

Test Procedure - Testing was performed on RESISTOFLEX Plastic-Lined Pipe in a test lab by RESISTOFLEX Plastic-Lined Piping Products at their Bay City, Michigan facility. Tests were conducted on two sets of 1", 1-1/2", 2", 3", and 4" welded diameter PTFE-lined pipe spools. Plastic-lined pipe spools were subjected to the appropriate ASTM Steam/Cold Water test for lined pipe. Each spool was 20 feet (12.2 m) long, consisting of two 10-foot (6.1 m) lengths joined by CONQUEST flangeless connection at the mid-point. The test spools contained the standard flanged connection at each end. The test involved subjecting the spool to 100 alternating cycles of heating with steam, then cooling with water. Results - All spools passed the requirements of the ASTM Steam/Cold Water test. These samples were sectioned for a visual inspection after each test. The inspection revealed that all welds were 100% intact and were not compromised in any way by the Steam/Cold Water testing.
B. Cold Temperature Test

Tab le 5 - Pr es s u r e Fat ig u e Tes t Res u lt s Pi p e Si z e in . (m m ) 1 (25) 2 (50) 4 (100) L i n er Ty p e PTFE PTFE PTFE Min im u m Nu m b er o f C y c l es R eq u i r ed 7,000 7,000 7,000 A c t u al N u m b er o f C y c l es A c h i ev ed 100,000 100,000 100,000

Test Procedure - Testing was performed on RESISTOFLEX Plastic-Lined Pipe in a test lab by RESISTOFLEX Plastic-Lined Piping Products at their Bay City, Michigan facility. Spools were fabricated by joining two 10-foot (3 m) sections with a CONQUEST flangeless connection at the mid-point. Testing included 1", 1-1/2", 2", 3", and 4" diameter welded PTFE-lined pipe spools. The test involved inserting a sample into a freezer with a -40°F (-40°C) capability and cooling it until either the liner failed or the maximum low temperature was reached. Description of test procedure: Insert sample into freezer with temperature set at 20°F (-7°C) and hold for a minimum of 8 hours. Visually inspect each sample and, if no liner failure has occurred, reduce the temperature in 10°F (6°C) increments and hold at each increment for a minimum of 8 hours. Visually inspect each sample after each 8-hour interval. Results - All spools withstood a low freezer temperature of 20°F (-29°C). The samples were sectioned for a visual inspection after each test. The inspection revealed that all welds were 100% intact and were not compromised in any way by the freeze testing.

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CONQUEST Flangeless Piping for PP / PVDF / PFA CONQUEST® ® Flangeless Piping for PP, PVDF, & PFA
Testing and Verification Data for CONQUEST Flangeless Piping Systems with 1" to 4" PP, 1" to 4" PVDF/HFP, and 1" & 2" PFA Liners
To verify the integrity of the CONQUEST flangeless connection, Resistoflex conducted tests on three separate components of the connection: • • • The mechanical coupling, which has been developed by LOKRING for use with RESISTOFLEX Plastic-Lined Piping. The liner butt weld. The CONQUEST flangeless connection as a whole.

A summary of these tests and results are contained in this technical data sheet.

Testing of the RESIST OFLEX/LOKRING™ Mechanical Coupling
A. Coupling Bend Test B. Coupling Burst Test

Test Procedure - Mechanical couplings were used to join two sections of plastic-lined pipe from RESISTOFLEX PlasticLined Piping Products. These newly created sections of joined pipe were then subjected to a full reverse bend test.
These tests were performed by the Lokring Corporation at their facility in Foster City, California. The load applied to the bend was the equivalent to subjecting the pipe to a minimum stress of 30 psi (2.07 bar). The minimum number of cycles required to pass the test was set at 7,000 cycles. The test was carried out until either 7,000 cycles were completed or coupling failure was observed.

Test Procedure - Test samples were produced by connecting two sections of plastic-lined pipe from RESISTOFLEX PlasticLined Piping Products with a mechanical coupling. Each end was then capped. The cap at one end was equipped with a connection that permitted internal hydraulic pressure to be applied. The requirement to pass the test was set at having the pipe fail before the coupling. Internal pressure was then applied and steadily increased. These tests were performed by the Lokring Corporation at their facility in Foster City, California. Results - The internal pressure was increased until the coupling failed or the pipe burst. Testing was completed for three different sizes of plastic-lined pipe and is summarized in Table 2. Note that in each case the pipe burst, which demonstrates that the coupling is actually stronger than the steel pipe.

Results - All four pipe sizes tested passes the minimum requirement of 7,000 cycles. The test on the 1" (25 mm) size was allowed to continue in order to determine approximately how many full reversing cycles the pipe could actually withstand. The test terminated after 71,089 cycles and still no failure was observed.

Tab le 2 - Co u p lin g B u r s t Tes t Res u lt s Pi p e Si z e in . (m m ) 2 (50) 3 (80) 4 (100)
Tab le 1 - B en d Tes t Res u lt s Pi p e Si z e in . (m m ) 1 (25) 1 1/2 (40) 2 (50) 3 (80) N u m b er o f C y c l es 71,089 7,399 7,251 7,500 R es u l t P a ss P a ss P a ss P a ss

B u r s t P r es s u r e p s i (B ar ) 7,500 (517) 10,000 (690) 5,200 (359)

R es u l t Pipe Rupture Pipe Rupture Pipe Rupture

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Testing of the Liner Butt Weld
To test the integrity of the liner butt weld, it was subjected to tests in two separate categories: burst and pressure fatigue. Testing was performed on Resistoflex pipe in a test lab by RESISTOFLEX Plastic-Lined Piping Products at their Bay City, Michigan facility. These tests were conducted three sets of plastic-lined pipe. The first set was lined in polypropylene (PP), the second in polyvinylidene (PVDF), and lastly in perfluoroalkoxy (PFA). All test samples were 24" (610 mm) long and were butt welded at their mid-point. The ends of each sample were flanged and blanked, and equipped with connections that permitted internal hydraulic pressure to be applied. Three steel bars were then welded to the steel shell spanning the exposed liner in the area that contained the butt weld. This prevented the butt weld from being subjected to tensile stress produced by the internal pressure on the flanged ends. The liners and butt-welds were visually monitored throughout the testing. A. Liner Butt Weld Burst Test

Test Procedure - Pipe samples were produced by connecting two sections of plastic-lined pipe from RESISTOFLEX Plastic-Lined Piping Products with mechanical couplings. Three samples of each size were produced and testing was performed by Lokring Corporation in Foster City, California. The minimum torques required to pass the test were set at 450 ft-lbs (610 N-m), 750 ft-lbs (1017 N-m) and 1,000 ft-lbs (1356 N-m) for each pipe size, respectively. Lokring Corporation conducted initial torque testing up to 600 ft-lbs (813 N-m), which is the maximum torque Capability of their apparatus. Torque was then applied until either the maximum torque capability of 600 ft-lbs (813 Nm) was reached or movement of the pipe in the coupling was detected. The test samples were then shipped to E.J. Daiber Company, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio in order to complete the testing at torques greater than 600 ft-lbs (813 N-m). Here, the samples were fixed between a torque transducer and pneumatic torque generator. Torque was increased until movement was detected. The average torque at which movement was detected for the three test specimens of each size was then recorded. Results - All samples passed torque tests up to 600 ft-lbs (813 N-m) conducted by Lokring Corporation. In torque tests conducted by E.J. Daiber Company, Inc., all samples exceeded the minimum torque requirements before movement of the pipe in the coupling was detected. The average torque size is shown in Table 3. The 3" was also tested by Lokring Corporation and passed the 600 ft-lbs (813 N-m) requirement.

Tab le 3 - To r s io n Tes t Res u lt s Pi p e Si z e in . (m m ) 1 (25) 1 1/2 (40) 2 (50) Min im u m To r q u e R eq u i r em en t f t -lb s (N-m ) 450 (610) 750 (1017) 1,000 (1356) Av er ag e To r q u e Tes t Res u lt s f t -lb s (N-m ) 848 (1150) 942 (1277) 1,159 (1571) R es u l t P a ss P a ss P a ss

Test Procedure - Liner butt welds were fabricated using standard fabrication techniques described in Resistoflex’s Technical Data Sheet “Joint Fabrication Procedures for CONQUEST Flangeless Piping Systems with PP, PVDF/HFP, and PFA-Liners”. Three samples of each size and liner type were produced. Samples were filled with water and connected to a hand pump witha 10,000 psi (690 bar) capability. A 5,000 psi (345 bar) pressure gauge was attached to the pump outlet. The requirement to pass the test was set at a minimum of 1,100 psi (76 bar). Samples were pressurized to 500 psi (34.5 bar) and held there for three minutes, then increased in 1,000 psi (69 bar) increments and held at each increment for a minimum of three minutes. The burst pressure range in which failure occurred for the three test specimens of each size was recorded. Results - All samples exceeded the minimum burst pressure requirement of 1,100 psi (76 bar). Failures ultimately occurred in the burst pressure range given in Table 4. However, it should be noted that all failures occurred in the exposed portion of the liner and not at the butt weld faces.

For 3” the coupling withstood in excess of 2,000 ft-lbs of torque.

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Testing of CONQUEST connection
To test the integrity of the CONQUEST connection, it was subjected to tests in two separate categories: ASTM Steam/Cold Water and Cold Temperature.
Tab le 4 - B u r s t Tes t Res u lt s Pi p e Si z e in . (m m ) 1 (25), 1 1/2 (40), 2 (50), 3 (80), 4 (100) 1 (25), 1 1/2 (40), 2 (50), 3 (80), 4 (100) 1 (25), 1 1/2 (40), 2 (50)

A. ASTM Steam/Cold Water
Min im u m B u r s t P r es s u r e R eq u i r em en t p s i (B ar ) 1,100 (76) B u r s t P r es s u r e R an g e p s i (B ar ) 3,500 - 4,400 (241-303) 4,500 - 5,000 (311-345)† 2,000 - 3,000 (139-208)

L i n er Ty p e

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1,100 (76) 1,100 (76)

The test was discontinued after the pressure exceeded 5,000 PSI (345 Bar), the maximum pressure gauge reading.

B. Liner Butt Weld Pressure Fatigue Test

Test Procedure - Testing was performed on RESISTOFLEX Plastic-Lined Pipe in a test lab by RESISTOFLEX PlasticLined Piping Products at their Bay City, Michigan facility. Tests were conducted on one set of 1"(25 mm) 1-1/2" (40 mm) 2" (50 mm) pipe lined with polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) and two 2" (50mm) sections of pipe, one lined with polypropylene (PP) and the other with perfluoroalkoxy (PFA). Plastic-lined pipe spools were subjected to the appropriate ASTM Steam/Cold Water test for lined pipe. Each spool was 40 feet (12.2 m) long, consisting of two 20-foot (6.1 m) lengths joined by a CONQUEST flangeless connection at the mid-point. The test spools contained the standard flanged connection at each end. The test involved subjecting the spool to 100 alternating cycles of heating with steam, then cooling with water Results - All spools passed the requirements of the ASTM Steam/Cold Water test.
B. Cold Temperature Test

Test Procedure - Test samples were 2" (50 mm) spools of pipe lined with PP and PVDF, each 24" (610 mm) long and containing a butt weld at their mid-point. The samples were connected to a high-pressure piston pump capable of producing 1,400 psi (97 bar). Description of pressure fatigue test cycle: increase internal pressure to 1,000 psi (69 bar), hold for 10 seconds, reduce pressure to 50 psi (3.4 bar), hold for 10 seconds, then increase to 1,000 psi (69 bar) to repeat the cycle. The minimum requirement to pass the test was set at 7,000 cycles. Results - All samples withstood the minimum 7,000 cycles without displaying any evidence of failure. All tests were allowed to continue in order to determine approximately how many pressure fatigue cycles the butt weld could actually withstand. The test was terminated after 50,115 cycles and still no failure was observed.

Test Procedure - Testing was performed on RESISTOFLEX Plastic-Lined Pipe in a test lab by RESISTOFLEX PlasticLined Piping Products at their Bay City, Michigan facility. The 2" (50 mm) spools were fabricated by joining two 10foot (3 m) sections with a CONQUEST flangeless connection at the mid-point. One pipe section was lined with polyvinylidene (PVDF), the other with polypropylene (PP). The test involved inserting a sample into a freezer with a 40°F (-40°C) capability and cooling it until either the liner failed or the maximum low temperature was reached. Description of test procedure: Insert sample into freezer with temperature set at 20°F (-7°C) and hold for a minimum of 8 hours. Visually inspect each sample and, if no liner failure has occurred, reduce the temperature in 10°F (6°C) increments and hold at each increment for a minimum of 8 hours. Visually inspect each sample after each 8-hour interval. Results - All spools withstood a low freezer temperature of -40°F (-40°C).

Tab le 5 - Pr es s u r e Fat ig u e Tes t Res u lt s Pi p e Si z e in . (m m ) 2 (50) 2 (50) L i n er Ty p e PP PVD F Min im u m N u m b er o f C y c l es R eq u i r ed 7,000 7,000 A c t u al N u m b er o f C y c l es A c h i ev ed 50,115 50,115

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Life Cycle Cost Estimating

Life Cycle Cost Estimating

Many specifiers of piping systems limit their economic analysis to piping material costs only, because they are relatively simple to estimate. Yet this approach creates some pitfalls when selecting either an installation of conventional flanged plastic-lined piping (PLP) or an installation that fully incorporates Resistoflex’s Joint Reduction Technologies (JRT), consisting of CONQUEST® flangeless connections and MULTI-AXIS® precision bent piping. An evaluation that considers only the cost of pipe, fittings, flanges and connectors may result in specification of a system with the higher life cycle cost. Life Cycle Cost Considers All Cost Factors Life cycle cost (LCC) analysis includes all costs of system ownership and permits selection of the less expensive system. Costs can be divided into the following categories: • • • • Initial acquisition costs Initial acquisition labor Operating and maintenance costs Costs associated with flange leaks

- Registration of flanged connections in a corporate database. Often the location of a flanged connection must be noted in records so that its location, maintenance and inspection can be reported. One common technique is to attach a bar code label to the flanged connection, input location and chemical service information into a database. Registration is essential if the service is covered by the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA) or other similar laws governing chemical processes. Many companies register all flanged connections in critical or hazardous services, even if the service isn’t currently included in regulations. This is often done either for safety reasons or in anticipation of changes in regulations. Registration usually occurs at the time of installation and is in additional to the recurrent costs of periodic inspection. - Items that are less costly when flanged connections are eliminated because the piping system is lighter in weight and has a more streamlined profile. These could includes:
• • • • number and type of hangers support structure diameter or configuration of insulation complexity of heat tracing around connections

When deciding to utilize JRT, it’s often helpful to perform the evaluation based on the LCC of current practice (i.e., the use of flanged PLP) and then consider which costs would change if the system were designed and installed using the various Joint Reduction Technologies. Different alternatives can be evaluated with the judicious use of JRT and elimination of many, but not all, flanged connections resulting in the most economical PLP installation. Cost Elements to Consider When Evaluating JRT vs. Conventional PLP •

- Diameter of the piping system and size of pumps. Don’t overlook the improved flow characteristics of JRT, especially of MULTI-AXIS® precision bent piping. The 3-D bends of MULTIAXIS® create less pressure drop than the standard 1.5-D bends of conventional PLP. It may be possible to specify a smaller diameter piping system and/or smaller pumps if JRT is specified instead of conventional PLP.
Initial Acquisition Labor

Initial Acquisition Costs

- Pipe, fittings, flanges, venting & locking collars and CONQUEST® connectors. These are the items that are purchased from the supplier of PLP. Pipe can be supplied already flanged, or spooled, ready for installation. If the pipe will be fabricated on-site, then a sufficient number of flanges and/or CONQUEST® connectors should be purchased. Don’t overlook venting collars for PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) or PFA (perfluoroalkoxy) lined pipe if flanged pipe ends will be fabricated onsite. These collars are not needed if the pipe is joined with a CONQUEST® flangeless connection. - Nuts, bolts or studs needed to join flanged connections. - Flange protectors or spray shields. Many corporate or government regulations require that flanged connections be covered or protected so that if a leak occurs, it is either contained or flows in a controlled, predictable pattern instead of spraying at the flanged connection.

- Design and design review. Usually PLP systems are designed with all piping spool lengths calculated and shown on detailed isometric drawings. This level of detail is often not needed if CONQUEST® flangeless connections are used in piping runs since the pipe can be field routed. - Material acquisition cost. The cost of specifying, ordering and receiving materials can be reduced if the piping is bought as bulk quantities of unflanged, standard length pipe instead of numerous flanged spools with different custom lengths. Also the material acquisition costs for some items (like nuts, bolts, studs, flange protectors and spray shields) are reduced in direct portion to the number of flanged connections eliminated by the use of JRT.

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Operating and maintenance costs

- Design, design review and material acquisition costs. Since this system represents an initial JRT installation at this location, the specifiers decided that the design, review and acquisition of the system would be no different with either design. After the installation, they report that the project went very “smoothly” and they can anticipate savings in design, review and acquisition of future JRT installations. - Elimination of field fabrication of flanged custom length pipe. It takes about 1.15 hr to completely cut, thread, flange, flare and block the two ends of a 2" PVDF-lined spool. There are thirty-seven spools in the conventional flanged system design, representing a total fabrication time of 42.55 hours. It takes about 0.6 hours to cut, align, trim, butt-fusion weld and install a CONQUEST® connection. There are thirty-seven CONQUEST® connections in the system, with a total installation time of 22.2 hours. - Cost of installation. It takes about 0.4 hr to install the nuts, bolts and flange shield of a 2" diameter connection. There are forty-nine flanged connections in the conventional design, for a total installation labor of 9.80 hours. The CONQUEST® connections are installed during the fabrication process outlined above, so there is no additional installation time since there are no nuts, bolts or spray shields used. - Start-up costs. It’s assumed that the cost to hydrotest the system would be identical for conventional piping and for a JRT system. However, the costs for hydrotesting of the conventional system would be higher if leaks occurred at the flanged connections and had to be corrected during the hydrotest. A leak occurring in a CONQUEST® connection during hydrotest would not be likely. These costs could be included based on previous experience at the site. However, the cost of the 24-hr retorqing of the flanged connections is tangible, at 0.2 hr per connection. With forty-nine flanged connections, there’s an additional 9.8 hrs needed to start up the conventional system. The conventional PLP system takes nearly fifty hours more to fabricate, install and start-up than the same system that fully incorporates JRT to eliminate flanged connections. At $50.00 per hour, the seemingly “less expensive” system is nearly $2500 more expensive to install and commission.
So, if both the initial acquisition costs and the initial acquisition labor is considered, the total installed cost of the system that incorporates CONQUEST® flangeless joints and MULTIAXIS® precision-bent piping is $3,800 less than the same system installed with conventional flanged plastic-lined piping. This savings increases if the operating and maintenance costs are also considered.

- Annual monitoring and record keeping. It costs about $75.00 annually to monitor and record the testing of each flanged connection in a conventional PLP system. With fortynine flanged connections, the system will cost an additional $3,675 per year to maintain. - Annual retorquing. The cost to retorque each connection is about $10.00 per year, creating an additional $490 in annual operating costs not required to maintain a JRT system. In certain critical services, retorquing is required semi-annually or quarterly. - Other costs. Leaks and shut-downs can be very expensive, yet each location will have to evaluate their annual cost potential based upon system configuration, location, process conditions and history. These costs should not be overlooked, but are beyond the scope of this study.

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For the other initial costs (nuts, bolts, flange protectors, and registration of connections) consider the relative cost differences between the two systems.

- Nuts and bolts. A set of four bolts or studs and nuts cost about $3.00 to $5.00 for a 2", four bolt flanged connection. The specification of fluorocarbon-coated studs or bolts can increase the cost of the hardware to $10.00 to $12.00 for the connection. In this example, uncoated bolts and nuts, with a cost of $4.00 per set, are used on the forty-nine flanged connections. Total nut and bolt cost is $196. - Flange protectors or spray shields. Simple polyethylene spray shields cost about $5.00 each, and shields of PVDF (the same material at the pipe liner) cost about $10.00 each. Sometimes, fluorocarbon drain guards are specified for especially critical areas to permit collection of any leaks or drips. These deluxe guards can cost up to $25.00 per connection. In this system, PVDF spray shields, at $10.00 each are used on each of the forty-nine flanged connections with a total shield cost of $490. - Registration of connectors. Each flanged connection is labeled with a bar code and its location and chemical service is recorded on a corporate database system at a unit cost of $75.00 per connection. The total cost for the forty-nine flanged connections is $3,675. Many connections are totally eliminated through the use of MULTI-AXIS® in the JRT alternative and the remaining CONQUEST® connections are considered to be permanent connections and thus are not subject to periodic monitoring and record-keeping. - Other possible savings. In this example, an existing pipe rack is used and the piping system isn’t insulated or heat traced. However, in other installations where this isn’t the case, these savings should be considered. For example the cost to insulate a 2" (50 mm) flange set is $7590 if common calcium silicate insulation is used.

Initial Acquisition Costs
® - Pipe, fittings, flanges, locking collars and CONQUEST connections. The conventional flanged system consists of: ten 90° elbows; two standard tees; thirty-three plain end pieces of pipe, 20 ft (6.1 m) long; one plain-end piece of pipe, 10 ft (3 m) long; seventy-four threaded flanges; and, seventy-four locking collars. The net price is $17,032. If the system is designed with JRT, then it consists of: two MULTI-AXIS® fourbend pieces, 20 ft (6.1 m) long, plain one end, flanged the other; one MULTI-AXIS® two-bend piece, 20 ft (6.1 m) long, plain both ends; two CONQUEST® tees; thirty-one plain-end pieces of pipe, 20 ft (6.1 m) long; and, thirty-seven CONQUEST® connectors. It has a net price of $20,073. Thus the system that utilized JRT has a piping material cost premium of $3,041 (the difference between $20,073 and $17,073). If the economic study ended at this point, then the conventional, flanged PLP system would be specified. However, complete life cycle cost analysis reveals that it is the most expensive of the two alternatives.

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Conventional Flanged PLPP
Qty.
Initial Acquisition Costs Pipe, fittings, flanges, collars and connectors Nut & bolts for connection Flange protectors Registration of connection 49 49 49 4.00 10.00 75.00
Unit Hours

Joint Reduction Technologies
Qty.
Unit Price $
Ext. Price $

Unit Price $

Ext. Price $

JR T vs. Flanged

17,031.60 196.00 490.00 3,675.00
Ext. Hours
Unit Hours

20,072.55

3,040.95 -196.00 -490.00 -3,675.00 credit credit credit

Qty.
Initial Acquisition Labor, hours Field fabrication 1.15 hr for flanged pipe spool Field fabrication 0.6 hr for CONQUEST connection Install nuts, bolts, shields 0.4 hr per connection 24 hr retorque, 0.2 hr per connection Total Hours Extra Hours for Conventional PLP 49 49 37

Qty.

Ext. Hours

1.15

42.55 37 0.60 22.2

0.40 0.20

19.60 9.80 71.95 45.75 22.2

Conventional Flanged PLPP
Qty.
Initial Acquisition Labor Extra hours @ $50/hr 49.75

Joint Reduction Technologies
Qty.
Unit Price $
Ext. Price $

Unit Price $
50.00

Ext. Price $
2,487.50

JR T vs. Flanged
-2,487.50 -3,807.55 credit credit

Difference in Cost of Initial Acquisition Materials and Labor Annual Operating and Maintenance Costs Monitor & record connection Retorque connection Annual Operating Cost Difference 49 49 75.00 10.00 3,675.00 490.00

-3,675.00 -490.00 -4,165.00

credit credit credit

Discussion of results A simplistic comparison of the cost of an un-installed CONQUEST® connector with the cost of two threaded flanges would have clearly supported the continued use a flanged plastic-lined pipe. That approach would have shown it “cost” about $60 per connection to have a flangeless joint. This approach ignores the total elimination of any type of connection due to the use of MULTI-AXIS® piping and the total cost of the hardware and labor needed to install a piping system. It obviously doesn’t consider the long-term maintenance cost of the connections, either. A slightly more sophisticated approach would have been to consider the total cost of the pipe, fittings, flanges, collars and connectors for each system. But, this evaluation would also have resulted in an incorrect specification. This is because the piping materials for a conventional system are about $3,040 less expensive than for a JRT system with the same configuration. It isn’t until the installation hardware (nuts, bolts, spray 81 shields) and labor is considered that the truly “less expensive” alternative is revealed. A JRT system costs about $3,800 less to purchase, install and commission than does the same system in conventional flanged PLP. The recurring annual cost savings realized by elimination of monitoring, retorquing and record-keeping make the JRT system $4,165 less expensive to operate each year. This can create a cost savings of tens of thousands of dollars over the life of the system, more than paying for the initial investment. Obviously, each piping system is different and operating conditions are sometimes difficult to predict. As this study shows, there’s no quick answer to the question, “How much more will it cost me to use JRT?” The answer is “it depends” and it’s usually less expensive to use JRT instead of conventional PLP when all costs associated with installation and maintenance are considered. We’ve based our study on costs in the upper mid-west and are interested in the experience in your facility. Please contact us to share your comments and insight.

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Fight Lined Pipe Flange Leaks With The Resistoflex HIF Adapter!!
One of the leading causes of lined pipe flange leaks is loss of bolt torque due to the effects of temperature cycling and pipe ending loads. Specified bolt torque values for standard lined pipe connections are purposely low in order to prevent damage to the plastic sealing faces. The combination of low bolt torques and the natural tendency for plastics to “creep” under load can result in lined pipe leaks. In many applications, frequent re-torquing is necessary, which can actually make the problem worse. The Resistoflex High Integrity Flange (HIF) Adapter is a “drop-in” flange adapter that through the use of engineered belleville washers and a metal-to-metal load path, allows the use of very high torque values for plastic-lined pipe flange connections. The HIF Adapter delivers the same virtually maintenance-free benefits of the full HIF piping system lined with Teflon®, without the design and installation issues.

DESIGN

The HIF Adapter
The Resistoflex HIF Adapter allows you to convert a standard plastic-lined ANSI flanged connection into a high strength dual-load path design. The HIF adapter design allows for proper bolt stress (up to 50% of yield strength) without over-stressing the plastic-to-plastic seal beyond its yield point. Flange bolts that are properly stressed in this manner are far less likely to lose torque due to system temperature fluctuations. This is achieved using three (3) simple components: 1.) Belleville Washer (Coned Disc Spring) 2.) Thick Washer (Force Distribution Ring) 3.) Load Bearing Ring The HIF Adapter is a proven problem-solver in After-Market Installtions in Resistoflex PTFE, PP and PVDF Lined Systems1. Belleville Washers Provide Optimum Sealing Force on Plastic Faces while Load Bearing Ring Creates Metal-to-Metal Positive Stop

Benefits:
• • • • • • High Bolt Torques Practically Eliminate Maintenance HIF Adapter Can be Used in Resistoflex PTFE, PP and PVDF Systems1 “Wafer”-Type Fitting is Easy to Install HIF Adapter is Part of a Patented, Proven System Available in 1” - 8” Sizes (consult Factory for Larger Sizes) HIF-Ready PFA-Lined Ball and Plug Valves Available (as manufactured by XOMOX)

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After-market conversion limited to Resistoflex Swaged pipe and fixed flanged fittings and may require minor modification of the lined pipe flare for a proper fit. *Teflon® is a trademark of DuPont.

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HIF Trim Tool Sizes Existing Flares For Use With the HIF Adapter
HIF Adapter - Inner Core and Load Bearing Ring

After-Market HIF Trim Head, Expander, and Wrench

HIF Adapter Dimensions
N o m . S iz e ( in . ) 1 1 1 /2 2 3 4 6 8 A ( in . ) 1 . 9 06 2 . 7 19 3 . 4 69 4 . 6 56 6 . 0 25 8 . 0 31 1 0 . 1 25 In s t a l l e d L ( in . ) 0 . 8 12 0 . 9 06 1 . 0 62 1 . 2 50 1 . 4 38 2 . 4 38 2 . 8 12

*Contact Factory for part numbers, which vary according to liner material of piping system.

HIF Adapter Installation Guidelines
Bolt and Stud Requirements Use bolts or studs of ASTM A193 Gr. B7 (bolts) and A194 Gr. 2H (nuts). Flat Washers are to be used under bolt heads and nuts. To achieve maximum torque loads, it is recommended that a high temperature anti-seize lubricant (Chesterton 725 Nickel Anti-Seize) be applied to the bolt/studs before torquing. Note: When using studs rather than bolts, increase the length sufficiently to allow for the additional length of a nut. Bolt Torquing Procedures 1) Tighten initially to approximately 2/3 of final torque using the alternate and opposite method. 2) Tighten to the final torque shown in the table, again, using the alternate and opposite method. 3) Repeat tightening to the final torque shown at least twice to ensure that flanges are permanently set.
Size No. of Bolts 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 Bolt Dia. (in.) 1/2 1/2 5/8 5/8 5/8 3/4 3/4 Bolt Length, in. 3 1/2 4 4 1/2 4 3/4 5 1/4 6 1/2 7 1/2 Approx. Initial Torque, Ft-lbs. 25 35 50 70 60 85 100 Final Torque, Ft.-lbs. 40 50 80 110 90 130 150

1" 1.5" 2" 3" 4" 6" 8"

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Pressure Drop
Per 100 Feet of Straight Resistoflex Plastic-Lined Pipe
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 1) 2) You must know the flowrate in gallons per minute (gpm), or the velocity in feet per second (fps). If you know the velocity in fps, go directly to the charts and locate the pressure drop for the velocity and line size you are working with. If you don’t know the velocity, but know the flowrate in gpm, follow the example below to determine velocity in fps: SizeCF 1” 1.5” 2” 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” FITTINGS For pressure drops in fittings, please refer to a Piping Handbook giving that information for unlined components in equivalent feet of pipe. Then use the pressure drop chart for PTFE lined pipe. PTFE Lined Pipe Pressure Drop Water at 60°F
PRESSURE DROP (PSI)

3)

.6933 .2433 .1322 .0543 .0300 .0132 .0073 .0045 .0031

Note: CF factors were determined using the average ID’s of Resistoflex lined pipe for PTFE, PP, and PVDF liners.
VELOCITY (FT./SEC.)

Example: What is the pressure drop in 2” pipe at 60 gpm? First multiply 60 gpm x .1322 (CF factor for 2” pipe) to get a velocity of 7.93 feet per second. Look up the pressure drop for that velocity and line size in the charts below. The pressure drop is approx. 4.5 psi per 100 ft. of straight pipe. If the resultant pressure drop is too high for your needs, repeat the procedure for the next higher line size, until you get a pressure drop that is suitable. Conversely, a smaller line size will result in higher pressure drop for a given flowrate. Pressure drops were determined using the Darcy equation. Average lined pipe I.D.’s were used together with friction factors obtained from the Moody Diagram. Per a study made for Resistoflex by Battelle Institute, the friction factors were were derived using relative roughness factors for perfectly smooth pipes.

PRESSURE DROP (PSI)

VELOCITY (FT./SEC.) Note: The information on this page is intended to give a general idea of pressure drop for plastic-lined pipe. For actual pressure drop calculations used to size pumps or piping, use published formulas from recognized sources, such as Crane Technical Paper 410, which is also available as software.

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Flange Bolt Torquing

for Resistoflex Plastic-Lined Piping Products
When assembling flange connections, always use a full complement of clean, new high strength A193-B7 bolting. If using stainless steel bolting, the bolts should be A193 Gr . B8M Class 2A and nuts should be A193 Gr . B8M Class 2B. If other bolting materials are used, the end user must ensure that the new bolting material strength properties exceed the calculated bolt stress values to be generated in making the piping connection. 1) Always use flat washers on both sides of the connection. 2) Tighten the flange bolts with a calibrated torque wrench. The recommended bolt torque values are shown in the tables on the reverse of this card. Note: For zinc-plated bolts, or with anti-seize compounds, the torque values will be different. Please contact Resistoflex for more information. 3) Tighten the flange bolts with a torque wrench, using a “crisscross” pattern that alternately tightens the bolts located 180 degrees apart. 4) Using this pattern, tighten the bolts in 20% increments of the final bolt torque until 80% of final bolt torque has been achieved. 5) For tightening to the final torque values, tighten bolts sequentially clockwise once around the flange. This will help ensure that the bolts are evenly stressed. 6) Care should be taken to avoid over-torquing, which can cause damage to the plastic sealing surfaces. NOTE: When bolting together dissimilar materials, always tighten to the lowest recommended torque of the components in the joint. Using higher torques may cause excessive deformation of the “softer” material in the joint. Install a 1/2" thick spacer between Resistoflex plastic-lined pipe or fittings and other plastic-lined components, particularly valves, if the diameters of the raised plastic faces are different. Belleville washers are not recommended for use with PTFE-lined products. Retorquing A retorque should be applied a minimum of 24 hours after the initial torque or after the first thermal cycle. This allows for seating of the plastic and for relaxation of the bolts. If the system is to perform at elevated temperatures, it is recommended that hot water be circulated at the maximum operating temperature of the process (if possible) for a minimum of 24 hours. This allows for the pipe system to experience one thermal cycle. After cool-down, retorquing of the system should be done. Torquing should only be done on the system in the ambient, cooled state, never while the process is at elevated temperature, or excessive force could be applied to the plastic faces. Never disassemble a flange joint in a hot system. Wait until the system has booled to ambient temperature.
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Hydrotesting Normally, after initial torque and retorque, a hydrotest should be performed following ANSI requirements. Experience has shown that if the above procedure has been followed very few, if any, of the flange joints may fail the hydrotest. If a flange joint does leak, first check the torque values, then tighten in 10% increments over the specified bolt torques until sealed. However, if 150% of the specified torque value is reached and the flange joint still leaks, stop and disassemble the flange joint. Something else is probably wrong such as a scratched plastic face. Only after the hydrotest has been successfully completed and any leaks corrected, can the pipeline be signed off and commissioned. Annual retorquing Retorquing should be done at least annually thereafter especially if the process line experiences elevated temperatures or extreme ambient temperature situations. Torquing should only be done on the system in the ambient, cooled state, never while the process is at elevated temperature or excessive force could be applied to the plastic faces.

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Pressure Testing Plastic Lined Pipe
These recommendations are derived from ASME standard B31.3. The only limitations that are placed on this testing relate to the pressure ratings of our diaphragm valves. The maximum test pressures for our diaphragm valves are the following: • • • 1-4 inch diaphragm valves 6 inch diaphragm valves 8 inch diaphragm valves 225 psi 200 psi 150 psi For a pneumatic pressure test, a pressure relief device must be in the system. This relief device should be set at the test pressure plus either 50 psi or 10% of the test pressure, whichever is lower. The gas used for the pneumatic test, if not air, can be any nonflammable and non-toxic gas. The test pressure required for this test is 110% of the design pressure. To perform the pneumatic leak test, begin by increasing the pressure until a gauge pressure of 25 psi is attained. At this point, a preliminary check for leaks must be made. After the initial check, the pressure should be incrementally increased, holding the pressure at each increment long enough to equalize the piping strains. Once the test pressure is reached, the pressure is then reduced to the design pressure before examining for leakage. Alternative Leak Test If a hydrostatic pressure test is undesirable due to the possible chemical reactions with water and a pneumatic test in undesirable due to the potential hazards, then an alternative leak test can be used. This test is not applicable to plastic lined pipe because it relates to welded systems. Initial Service Leak Test This test is applicable only to systems, which meet the following requirements: • • • The and The The fluid handled is nonflammable, non-toxic, not damaging to human tissues. design gauge pressure does not exceed 150 psi. design temperature is between -20°F and 366°F.

Other than this limitation, our pipe and fittings can be tested at the pressures recommended by B31.3. Hydrostatic Test The fluid used for the hydrostatic test is typically water. Another suitable non-toxic liquid can be substituted if there is the risk of damage due to the adverse effects of having water in the system. The system should be tested at a pressure not less than 1.5 times the design pressure. If the design temperature is above the test temperature then the required test pressure is calculated by the following equation: Pt = (1.5 PSt) S Where Pt = minimum hydrostatic test gauge pressure P = internal design gauge pressure St = stress value at test temperature S = stress value at design temperature Typically, for the pressures and temperatures in which plasticlined pipe is used, the above calculation reduces to: Pt = 1.5 P We recommend that the system be retorqued after the first thermocycle. If the hydrostatic test is performed at the expected operating temperature (a “hot hydrotest”) then the hydrotest can constitute the first thermocycle and the recommended retorquing can occur after the pressure test. Pneumatic Leak Test This pressure test is performed in some situations where the presence of any water in the system is forbidden. The test is very dangerous due to the stored energy of the compressed gas. ASME B31.3 refers to the dangers of performing this test and provides safety considerations in the standard.

In this test, the test fluid is the service fluid. It is rare that this test is used with plastic-lined pipe. ASME B31.3 should be considered if more information concerning this test is required. Other Tests Another option, which is not included in ASME B31.3, is the “halogen test with Freon”. This test will find leaks in the piping system, but it does not meet the code. The above is a description of some pressure test methods. In general, most systems are hydrostatically tested as described in the ASME standard. If the hydrostatic test is impractical, then the pneumatic test can be substituted, however, extreme caution must be observed during this potentially hazardous test.

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Bolt Torque Requirements
A N S I C l as s 150 S y s t em s PTFSI c oased1A193yB t emo lt s an d A194 2H n u t s A N E C l at s 50 S s 7 b s ANSI Class 50 Systems AL ig h t lyao ise1150Sy sB 7 b o lt s an d A194 2H n u t s N S I C l s l d A 193 t em s L iLightlyoOiledA193 B 7 b o ltBoltsdand 94 2B ontuTo r q u e (f t -lb ) g h t ly iled A193 Gr. B7 s an A1 A194 2H Nuts H l ts Pi p e B o lt To r q u e (f t -lb ) PP PVD F P TFE B Torque u e ( -lb Bolto lt To r q(ft-lbf tper)Bolt) Siz ee Pi p PP PVD F P TFE PSie ip z Pipe e Min . PP Max . M . Max PP PVDFin . PVDF MaxPTFE Min . PTFE PFA . Si z e Size Min . M0x . a M0n . i M3x . a Min . Max . 1 1 1 8 Min. i8 . Max. Max . Min. M1 . Min. Max.i5 . Min. Max . Max. Mn iMax. n Max . Mn 1 13 17 17 121 7 21 8 1 1.5 19 25 25 3 1 19 13 13 17 17 80 13 8 1 12 13 3 17 1 17 21 1 4 41 5 2 33 9 51 51 62 21 3 33 9 1.5.5 31 31 1 41 41 1 41 19 0 31 19 9 28 31 1 41 1.5 4150 50 6 8 85 1 3 6 3 62 80 8104 0 99 37 62 22 65 65 5 85 85 5 85 3904 65 39 9 59 65 5 85 2 85 104 10 13 13 1 62 10 4 53 4 65 33 10340 3 134 153 4134 6265 103 24 93 140 3134 3 103 34 13165 4 165 62 03 4 67 88 88 88 108 40 6 6 75 97 9108 7 11 45 75 4 67 67 88 88 40 9 6740 61 67 7 88 4 88 108 12 1 75 112 100 161 124 8 100 116 30 1161 30 160 66 124 24 4 161 161 1161 7599 124 60 6 1 16199 1 199 75 124 16 21 217 26 10 16 18 123 -7 -80 167 94 7 217 217 7217 100 7 167 57 0 150 194 7217 8 167 21-267 26-7 100 67 1 16 20 ---94 16 10 150 115 102 1571157 204 204 4 - 94-157 69 - - 157 7 - 10 157 ----- ----94 12 193 251 251 - --- --116 - 193 12 193 93 116 193 16 12 1 251 ----1 193 - A N S I C l as s 300 S y s t em s PANSI c oased3A193yB t emo lt s an d A194 2H n u t s TFE Class 00 S s 7 b ANSI Cl at s 300 Systemss AL ig h t lyao ise30A19y sB 7 b o lt s an d A194 2H n u t s N S I C l s l d 0 S 3 t em s Lightly Oiled A193 Gr. B7 Bolts and A194 o lt To r q u e (f t -lb ) 2H Nuts L ig h t ly o iled A193 B 7 b o lt s an d A194 2B n u t s H Pi p e BoltB o lt To r(ft-lb (f t -lb ) Torque q u e per Bolt) PP PVD F P TFE B o lt To r q u e (f t -lb ) Si z Pipeee Pi p PP PP PVDF PTFE PVD F PTFEPFA PSiee ip z Size Min . PP Max . Min . PVDF Max . Min . PTFE Max . Si z e Min. Max. Min. Max. Min. Max. Min. Max. Min . M3x . Min . M6x . Min . M0x . 1 1a 1a 1a M10. in Max . M13. in Max . Mi6 . n Max . 1 17 22 22 27 10 17 15 22 22 22 10 1.1 5 217 8 37 37 427 5 17 217 8 1 17 22 61 2275 27 10 17 61 1.5 47 61 28 47 42 1.5 47 75 28 47 2 20 261 5 261 5 31 12 20 1.5 47 61 42 6152 75 28 2 33 42 20 33 29 47 42 2 33 42 42 52 20 33 3 37 48 48 59 22 37 2 4299 52 3 62 33 80 42 80 37 62 20 56 33 80 80 80 99 37 43 462 9 63 63 78 29 462 9 3 80 99 4 81 62 105 80 105 130 49 81 37 73 62 105 4 10 10 13 49 6 581 0 65 5 65 5 79 0 30 581 0 4 10132 5 130 6 83 81 108 105 108 50 8349 75 81 108 6 83 108 108 132 83 8 78 101 101 124 450 7 78 6 83 108 108 132 50 83 8 130 169 169 207 78 130 117 169 8 110 3 169 169 207 78 110 1 8 105 ---49 83 80 130 169 169 20-7 78 130 10 135 175 --81 135 --10 12 175 ----12 12 1135 145 681 7 1135 10 135 175 - ----- -----81 135 - 12 186 242 112 186 -12 186 242 ----112 186 12 186 242 ----112 186 A N S I C l as s 150 S y s t em s Zin c Plat ed A193 B 7 b o lt s an d A194 2H n u t s B o lt To r q u e (f t -lb ) Pi p e Si z e Min . 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 19 46 94 149 98 180 242 228 280 PP Max . 25 59 123 194 127 234 314 296 364 Min . 25 59 123 194 127 234 314 ----PVD F Max . 31 73 151 239 157 288 387 ----Min . 12 27 57 90 59 108 145 137 168 P TFE Max . 19 46 94 149 98 180 242 228 280

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Bolt Torque Requirements
ANSI NSI Cl150 Systems t em s A Class as s 150 Sy s L ig h t ly o ilA1931Gr. B 7 Bolts and A1944 2H n u t s PTFE-Coated ed A 93 B7 b o lt s an d A19 2H Nuts

B o l To r u e Bolt) Bolt Torquet(ft-lbqper (f t -lb ) Pipe Pip e PP PVDFPTFE PP PVDF Size Siz e Min. Min. . Max. in . Min. Max .Max. MMax. in . Max M
1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 10 12

P TFE PFA MiMin. n. 87
17 19 35 39 56 62 Max.. Max 10 13 25 31 51 65 80 103 53 67 97 124 130 167 -157 -193 6 3

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1 2 3 4 6

8 39 62 40 75

10 13 25 31 51 65 80 103

10 17 25 41 51 85 80 134 53 88 97 1 16 130 217 -204 -251

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5 11 23 37 24 45 60 57 69

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50 19 104 39 165 62 108 40 199 75 267 100 --94

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B o l To r u e Bolt) Bolt Torquet(ft-lbqper (f t -lb ) Pipe Pip e PP PVDF PP PVDFPTFE Size Siz e Min. Min. . Max. in . Min. Max .Max. MMax. in . Max M
1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 10 12

PFA P TFE

MiMin. n.
9 10 25 28 18 20 33 37 4944 45 50 70 78

Max.. Max 13 17 37 47 25 33 48 62 63 81 65 83 101 130 -135 -186

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10 28 20 37 49 50 78

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ANSI Class 150 Systems Zinc Plated A193 Gr. B7 Bolts and A194 2H Nuts Pipe Size 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 Bolt Torque (ft-lb per Bolt) PP Min. 19 46 94 149 98 180 242 228 280 Max. 25 59 123 194 127 234 314 296 364 25 59 123 194 127 234 314 --PVDF Min. Max. 31 73 151 239 157 288 387 --Min. 12 27 57 90 59 108 145 137 168 PTFE Max. 19 46 94 149 98 180 242 228 280 Min. 17 41 85 134 88 162 217 --PFA Max. 25 59 123 194 127 234 314 ---

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Bolt & Stud Length Requirements
for Resistoflex Plastic-Lined Pipe and Fittings
F x F = Fixed x Fixed F x R = Fixed x Rotatable R x R = Rotatable x Rotatable

Bolt & Stud Length Requirements
for Resistoflex Plastic-Lined Pipe and Fittings
A N S I C l as s 150 b o l t an d s t u d l en g t h r eq u i r em en t s Fx x FxR R R xSiz= RotatableF Rotatable Length x R Re Stud

F x F = Fixed x Fixed Su B o lt L in g t h FANSI= e 150 Rotatable d L en g t h Requirements (all dimensions en inches) x lRn g Fixed x Bolt and tStud Length F a Class
Flange Bolt Size Size3 1 A N S I C l as s 150 b o l t 111/2 1 1/2 -313/4 F l an g e 2 4 1.5 e 1/2 - 13 Si z FxF 2 1/2 4 21 5/8 - 11 3 3 4 1/4 3 11 1 1/2 5/8 -3 1/4 4 4 1/4 4 42 5/8 - 11 6 5 2 1/2 3/4 - 10 4 68 5 3 4 1/4 80 3/4 -510/2 1 1 4 4 1/4 12 5 9 /2 1 10 7/8 6 5 12 7/8 - 9 8 5
F x F Bolt Length FxR

(All d im en s io n s in in c h es )

RxR

F x F3 1/4 F x R an d s t u d l en g t h 3 3 1/2 3 1/4 S t u d L en g t h 4 3 1/4 3 1/2 FxR N/A 4 3 1/4 4 4 1/2 4 1/4 3 1/24 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/4 4 4 1/2 5 5 5N/A 5 1/4 4 1/2 5 5 3/4 5 1/4 4 1/2 5 1/25 3/4 5 3/4 5 5 1/2 5 3/4 5 1/4

3 1/4x R 2 1/2 23 2 R FxF F x R /4 R x R 3/4 r eq u i r em en t s (All d im en s io n s in in c h es ) 3 1321/4 / 2 3/4 3 2 1/2 2 3/4 2 3/4 3 B o l t L en g t h 4 1/4 3 1/4 3 1/4 3 1/2 3 1/2 2 3/4 3 3 RxR FxF FxR RxR N/A 3 1/2 N/A N/A 4 1/4 3 1/2 3 1/4 /4 3 1/22 3/4 3 1/4 2 1/4 23 4 1/2 3 1/2 3 3/4 4 4 1/2 3 3/4 3 3/4 4 3 1/2 2 1/2 3 3 4 1/2 3 1/2 3 3/4 4 4 1/4 3 1/2 1/4 31 4 1/2 3 3/4 /4 4 3 1/2 5 1/4 4 1/4 4 1/4 4 1/2 N/5 1/4 A 3 1/4 1 NA A 4 1//2 4 /14//2 4 1/2 N//4 5 1/2 4 4 41 43 4 1/2 3 1/2 3 3/4 4 4 1/4 4 1/2 /4 4 3/45 1/4 65 1/2 4 1/2 43 4 1/2 3 1/2 3 3/4 4 6 1/46 4 3/4 5 4 1/2 4 3/4 5 1/45 1/2 5 1/4 4 1/4 4 1/4 4 1/2 6 1/4 4 3/4 5 5 1/2 5 1/2 4 1/4 4 1/2 4 3/4

5 1/ l t 53e 6 4 s io ANS1Clas s 300 b o2 an d s t u d /l4 n g t h r eq u ir em en t s 4 1/2All d im en3/4 n s in in5 h /4 ) I0 ( c 1 es 12 5 1/2 5 3/4 6 1/4 4 3/4 5 5 1/2 S t u d L en g t h B o l t L en g t h F l an g e Si z e ANSI Class 300 Bolt and Stud Length Requirements F x dimensions in inches) x R (all F FxF FxR RxR FxR R
1 3 Flange Bolt 1/2 A N S I C l as s 300 b o l t Size Size 1 1/2 4 Fl1 n g e 5/8 - 11 a 2 4 Si z e FxF 3 43 1.5 3/4 - 10/4 1 3 1/2 5 24 5/8 - 11 1 1/2 4 6 5 1/2 32 3/4 - 10 4 8 6 1/4 43 3/4 -4 3/4 10 10 7 5 64 3/4 - 10 12 7 3/4 51 86 7/8 - 9 /2

Note: Bolt/Stud lengths for both Class 150 and 300 are calculated to include 8 6 1/4 7 7 5 1/4 5 3/4 6 1/4 two 10 threads past the nut, then 7 1/4 rounded to3/4 nearest 1/4", 1/4result 3/4a 1-8 7 7 the 6 6 to 6 in 10 7 7 1/4 7 include flat washers 1/4 both sides. 6 6 on 6 3/4 commercially available length. Lengths3/4
12 12 1 1/8 - 7 7 3/4 7 3/4
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Bolt Length 3 Stud Length 3/4 3/4 3 3 3 1/4 3 1/4 an d s t u d l en g t h r eq u i r em en t s (All d im en s io n s in in c h es ) F x F4 1/4 F x R 4 1/2x R R F 1/2 xF F x R /4 R x R 3/4 3 33 3 S t u d L en g t h B o l t L en g t h 3 1/2 4 3 3/4 4 1343/4 3 3 1/4 /2 3 1/43 3/4 / 3 1/4 31 FxR RxR FxF FxR RxR / 4 1/4 43 4 4 5 1/4 4 1/4 5 1441/2 3 1/2 3 3/4 /4 3 3/4 3/4 3 3/4 3 3/4 3 3 1/4 3 1/4 5 1421/4 / 4 1/2 5 4 5 1/2 4 3 1/4 3 1/2 3 3/4 5 4 1/4 4 1/2 3 1/2 3 3/4 3 3/4 5 3/4 6 4 3/4 5 1/4 5 1/4 4 3/4 4 5 1/4 4 1/4 5 1/4 4 1/4 4 3/4 /2 4 3/43 3/4 3 1/4 31 7 7 5 1/4 5 3/4 6 1/4 5 5 1/45 1/2 5 1/4 5 1/2 4 1/4 1/2 5 3/4 5 4 3/4 4 7 1/4 7 3/4 6 6 1/4 6 3/4 4 1/2 5 5 1/2 5 1/25 3/4 5 1/2 6 3/4 5 1/4 5 1/4 5 8 8 1/4 6 1/2 6 3/4 7 6 7 4 3/4 51 6 1/4 5 3/4 7 5 1/4 5 3/4 /4 6 1/45 1/4

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6 3/4 6 3/4

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Note: Bolt/Stud lengths for both Class 150 and 300 are calculated to include two threads past the nut, then rounded to the nearest 1/4", to result in a commercially available length. Lengths include flat washers on both sides.

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Storage and Maintenance
Handling and storing plastic-lined pipe To obtain maximum performance from Plastic-Lined Piping Products, it is important that the flared or molded end faces of the plastic are protected from damage during storage, handling and installation. The following should be considered when handling Plastic-Lined Piping Products. • Store indoors or under cover. • Products are shipped with a high performance, two component, epoxy primer protective coating. This coating in only a primer and is not meant for outdoor exposure without a suitable topcoat. Protective end caps are not designed for prolonged outdoor exposure. • The protective end caps on all pipe and fittings should be left in place until the pipe is ready to be installed. Do not damage the plastic sealing faces when removing the end caps. • Avoid rough handling of plastic-lined pipe in temperatures below 40°F. Plastic becomes brittle in low temperatures, and is more susceptible to cracking during rough handling. • Never put the lifts of a forklift inside of the pipe to transport. This can damage the plastic liner. • The following temperature guidelines should be followed for Plastic-Lined Piping Products: Do not store PP, PVDF, or PTFE-lined pipe in temperatures below 0°F. Avoid storing Plastic-Lined Piping Products where they will be exposed to ultraviolet light for long periods of time. • The center of gravity of MULTI-AXIS® pipe may not be readily apparent. Be sure to handle carefully.

Safety precautions for plastic-lined pipe Plastic-lined pipe can be fabricated on-site by properly certified personnel. When field fabricating, adequate ventilation (such as exhaust fans) should be used. Overheating of the plastic can cause it to degrade and generate vapors. Avoid breathing vapors. Vapors can cause severe irritation to skin, eyes, and respiratory tract. When field fabricating, never heat the plastic with a torch or open flame. Welding Plastic-Lined Piping Products Welding should not be performed on swaged plastic-lined pipe and fittings. Heat generated from welding will cause extensive damage to the plastic liners. If welding is necessary, use THERMALOK® plastic-lined pipe, since the liner can be moved back and out of the way from the heat source during welding. Any welding should be performed by a welder who is trained and certified to ASME Boiler and Vessel Code, Section IX. Plastic-lined pipe and fittings should not be used as a ground for electrical welders or other equipment. Painting Plastic-Lined Piping Products All pipe, fittings, and valves supplied by Resistoflex have a gray protective coating applied to minimize oxidation during shipping and handling. Refer to NACE guidelines and recommendations for sandblasting and selection of an appropriate primer and topcoat suitable for your plant environmental conditions. It is important that the raised plastic face on all plastic-lined piping components is protected from damage during sandblasting and painting. Make sure that the protective end caps remain in place at all times during these operations, and direct the sandblasting away from the face of the flange. As an extra precaution, you may want to remove the protective end cap, apply protective tape over the plastic face, and then replace the cap before sandblasting and painting. If the exterior of the pipe is to be treated with a head curable protective coating, exercise caution during the heating process. Never apply heat in excess of the liner’s maximum temperature rating. PTFE venting collars on swaged pipe and vent holes on PTFE THERMALOK® pipe and PTFE-lined fittings should not be plugged with paint. The collars and holes are part of the venting system needed to prevent possible gas buildup behind the liner and possible liner collapse. Pipe, fittings, and valves can also be special ordered without paint, but longer lead times are necessary.

*LINED PIPE AND FITTINGS TO BE STORED UNDER COVER UNTIL THE TIME OF INSTALLATION.

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Heat Tracing Plastic Lined Pipe
Many products freeze or become viscous when exposed to ambient temperatures. Other polymerize, react, or become corrosive when exposed to ambient temperatures (e.g., condensation of a permeating vapor through a PTFE liner). Successful storage and transfer of such products, in most cases, requires that the piping and associated equipment be heat traced. Throughout the industry, steam, fluid, and electric heat tracing systems are widely used. All are intended for the same purpose of pipe heating, but each has its own design considerations and limitations. The potential problem with heat tracing plastic lined pipe is overheating of the plastic liner. In PTFE lined pipe, localized heating can cause increased permeation, resulting in a single lobe collapse of the liner. Each liner has a maximum service temperature; however, some aggressive chemicals can reduce the temperature limits of the plastic. The following outlines the maximum service temperatures for the liners, recommended heat tracing methods for each liner, design considerations for each heat tracing method, and relative strengths and limitations for each heating system.

Available Liners Polypropylene (PP) Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Perfluoroalkoxyflurocarbon (PFA)

Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 225 (107) 275 (135) 450 (232) 450 (232)

Recommended Heat Tracing steam**, fluid, electric steam, fluid, electric steam, fluid, electric steam, fluid, electric

**Since useful steam temperatures are above the recommended temperature for PP, a special designed isolated tracing system must be used to limit the tracer temperature to prevent overheating of the liner. Note: Maximum Liner Service Temperature can decrease because of the service application; check Chemical Resistance Section for recommended temperature of each liner for the application in question.

General Design Consideration for Heat Tracing Plastic-Lined Pipe 1. 2. Pipe Size Liner Type a. Maximum Liner Temperature b. Decrease of Liner Service Temperature Due to Service

Steam Tracing: Special Design Considerations 1. 2. Steam Pressure and Temperature Since useful steam temperatures are above the recommended temperature for PP, a specially designed isolated tracking system must be designed to limit the tracer temperature to prevent overheating of the liner. Advantages a. Often available as surplus in plant operations b. Good for heat up and temperature maintenance c. Can be used in explosive risk areas Disadvantages a. Useful temperature range: 200°F-350°F b. Temperature control difficult c. High installation and day-to-day maintenance

3. Application (per Chemical Resistance Guide) 1. 2. 3. 4. Insulation Type Insulation Thickness Temperature to be Maintained Ambient Conditions a. High and Low Temperatures b. Wind Speed

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Recommended steam tracing technique

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Fluid Tracing: Special Design Considerations 1. 2. 3. 4. Inlet Fluid Media Temperature and Pressure Fluid Media: Density, Specific Heat Viscosity Maximum Allowable Fluid Pressure Drop and Outlet Temperature Advantages a. b. c. 5. Good for close temperature control Very good for cooling application Less susceptible to low temperature problems during system shutdown Disadvantages a. Tracing fluids typically have a low heat capacity b. Environmental concerns with possible leaks c. Many tracing fluids are very expensive and require occasional regeneration

Recommended tracing configurations for joints, fittings and valves.

Electric Tracing: Special Design Considerations 1. 2. 3. Available Voltage Hazardous Area Limitations Do not use an electric heating cable with a TRating above the recommended liner temperature for the application in question. Advantages a. Readily available in any plant facility b. Very low heat output capabilities c. Very good temperature control capabilities Disadvantages a. Restricted in flammable/hazardous areas b. If sized for temperature maintenance, electric heat tracing provides slow heat up to the maintenance temperature

Electrical tracing methods and configurations

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When heat tracing plastic line pipe, the maximum liner temperature and any decrease of this temperature due to the service application must be considered. Each heat tracing method has its own strengths and limitations and are all recommended for plastic lined pipe. However, when steam heat tracing Polypropylene (PP) a specially designed isolated tracing system must be used. Some material extracted from “Steam vs. Fluid vs. Electric Heat Tracing,” Thermon, 1990.

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Venting and Insulation
Plastic-lined pipe is often insulated to prevent freezing, save energy or maintain a certain process temperature. Some operating experience has shown that heat tracing and insulating can also reduce permeation rates by lowering the temperature differential across the pipe wall. If installed improperly, however, insulation may block the paths for venting permeants on most PTFE-lined components. Under conditions which favor high permeation rates, blockage of the vent path can lead to high exterior steel shell corrosion rates, liner collapse and ultimately to premature failure of the lined components. Swaged PTFE-lined pipe spools are designed to vent at the flange. Spiral grooves on the interior of the steel shell transport permeated vapors to the flange area, whereby they exit the annulus along a patented vent collar. When insulating swaged PTFE-lined pipe spools and flange connections, care must be taken to extend the vent path through the insulation. One simple way is to drill a hole through the bottom of the insulation and insert a piece of 1/4" flexible tubing into a position between the flanges. This is shown in Illustration A. THERMALOK® PTFE-lined pipe and PTFE-lined fittings are vented via vent holes in the pipe, casting or fabricated steel shell. Welded half couplings and vent extenders can be used to extend the vent path through insulation on pipe or around fittings, as shown in Illustration B & C. Couplings are available as 3000lb. 1/8” or 1/4” sizes. C. Vent extender for fittings Venting Resistoflex plastic-lined pipe with Swaged pipe A. Vent extender at insulated pipe joint

B. Vent holes and couplings on THERMALOK® pipe

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