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Alloy Steel Forged Fittings

Alloy Steel forged fittings contain a variety of elements, which range from 1-50% of its total weight. These alloying elements give it different properties, making it effective in many applications. “Alloys Steels” do not include the entire family of alloyed steels. ‘Alloyed Steels’ have elements apart from carbon. Some commonly alloyed elements in alloy steels include manganese, molybdenum, nickel, vanadium, silicon and boron. These forged Fittings are helpful in building complex branches of piping systems. Ease of access is provided by these forged fittings in building intricate piping systems. Alloy Steel has increased strength, wearing resistance, toughness and hardenability. These Forged Fittings are well known for the ease of access to piping systems. Socket-Weld Fittings are monitored under the ASME B16.11 standards. Threaded Fittings are checked for manufacturing standards under ASME B1.20.1. Changing diameters of pipes, and making directional changes are made using forged fittings. Commonly used forged fittings include Elbows, Reducing couplings, Half & Full couplings, Unions and Stub-Ends. Complex Piping systems are built using these Alloy Steel Forged Fittings.