Super Duplex Steel Flanges are highly sought for their customizability, strength, and durability. The chemical composition of Super Duplex Steel Flanges includes iron (Fe), chromium (Cr), manganese (Mn), nickel (Ni), molybdenum (Mo), nitrogen (N) and carbon (C). This unique mixture makes the flange extremely resistant to pitting, corrosion and fatigue cracking while also allowing for a high level of customization with varying tensile strengths. Additionally, Super Duplex Steel provides superior resistance to pressure compared to other metals, whether in an acidic or neutral environment. As a result, Super Duplex Steel Flanges offer a robust yet malleable material choice for applications ranging from petrochemicals to seawater components.
Super Duplex Steel Flanges are a common choice for many industries due to their impressive properties and uses. These flanges are presented as an efficient and economical solution with high strength, exceptional corrosion resistance and excellent weldability. Not only do Super Duplex Steel Flanges have good mechanical properties, but they also have low thermal expansion rates when used in extreme temperatures. The ability of these flanges to resist pitting and crevice corrosion makes them ideal for numerous applications such as oil & gas pipelines, marine equipment, heat exchangers and chemical process industries. While subjected to heavy-duty pressure, their excellent wear resistance is unmatched by other types of alloy flanges available today. Super Duplex Steel Flanges, therefore, continue to be the go-to choice for businesses worldwide