Threaded  stainless flanges are widely used in low pressure piping systems, as no welding is involved while connecting the flanges to pipes or other equipment.

However, the stainless threaded flange may be welded around the joint after assembly, but it is not considered a satisfactory method of increasing its applications.

Stainless Threaded flanges are also known as screwed flanges and are similar to slip-on flanges, but the bore is threaded to enable assembling without welding. Threaded pipe flanges are usually used with pipes that have external threads.

We offer stainless threaded pipe flanges manufactured at our facility to companies in various industries including shipbuilding, power generation, petrochemical plants, oil refineries, waste water treatment plants, paper mills, pharmaceutical plants and turnkey projects among others.

The flanges have cylindrical inner threads (code Rp according to ISO 7-1) and are suitable for screwing into threaded pipes and fittings with tapered (taper of 1:16) outer threads. These special type of stainless flanges is generally used for high pressure, yet smaller diameter applications.

The key feature of the threaded stainless flanges is that these flanges can be assembled without welding. Stainless Threaded Flanges can be used in extremely high pressure services, thus proving impeccable working capacities. Our threaded flanges,  can be customized as per the client’s requirement.

Threaded Flanges are also known as screwed flange, and it is having a thread inside the flange bore which fits on the pipe with matching male thread on the pipe.

This type of joint connection is Speedy and simple but not suitable for high presser and temperature applications. Threaded Flanges are mostly used in utility services such as air and water.

Threaded (Screwed) flange is similar to the Slip-On flange, but the bore is threaded. Its chief merit is that it can be assembled withour welding, explaining its use in low pressure services at ordinary atmospheric temperatures, and in highly explosive areas where welding create a hazard.