Choose the perfect flange for your application
Flanges are a critical component in many piping systems, serving as the connection point between pipes and other equipment. At our company, we offer a wide range of flange types, including RF, FF, MF, MFM, RJ, TG, RTJ, and SRF.
RF flanges, also known as raised face flanges, feature a raised portion around the bolt holes and a flat sealing surface. This type of flange is commonly used in low-pressure applications.
FF flanges, or flat face flanges, have a flat surface and are typically used in applications where a tight seal is required at low pressures.
MF flanges, or male and female flanges, have a raised portion on the male flange and a corresponding depression on the female flange, creating a tight seal.
MFM flanges, or male and female metal seal flanges, use a metal-to-metal seal instead of a gasket. This type of flange is often used in high-pressure and high-temperature applications.
RJ flanges, or ring joint flanges, feature a metal ring that is compressed between the flange faces to create a tight seal. This type of flange is commonly used in oil and gas applications.
TG flanges, or tongue and groove flanges, have a tongue-like protrusion on one flange and a corresponding groove on the other flange, creating a tight seal.
RTJ flanges, or raised face with ring joint grooves, have a raised portion around the bolt holes and a groove for a metal ring gasket. This type of flange is often used in high-pressure applications.
SRF flanges, or spiral wound ring flanges, use a spiral wound gasket between the flange faces to create a tight seal. This type of flange is commonly used in high-temperature and high-pressure applications.
At our company, we understand that each application requires a specific type of flange to ensure optimal performance and safety. That’s why we offer a complete range of flange types to meet the needs of our customers. Whether it’s RF, FF, MF, MFM, RJ, TG, RTJ, or SRF, we have the flange to meet your specific requirements.