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Flange Faces

As you start to consider purchasing flanges or gaskets, you’ll see a variety of terms used that you may not have come across before. Flange faces are the surface area that will receive the gasket, allowing them to come together to create a seal when put under...

Octagonal Ring Type Joints

A ring-type joint is a metallic ring that is machined to sit between two mating surfaces, where it will be compressed to provide a high-quality and reliable seal. Ring-type joints are vital components in various applications across multiple industry sectors,...

Blind Flange vs Blank Flange

Small pieces of mechanical equipment flanges continually play a vital role across numerous industries and applications. In essence, we use flanges to connect pipes to each other, with flanges also found in valves and specific application fittings too. Due to the...

Types of Flanges

Businesses in a variety of industries rely on flanges to join pipes or components together or to keep equipment secured to a surface. When it comes to choosing the best types of flange for your processes, you’ll want to take the time to research the different options...

Threaded Flange

Threaded flanges are probably the most recognisable of all flanges due to their screw thread design that is used to connect it to the pipe. Threaded flanges, also known as screwed flanges (for obvious reasons), require a male and female thread to create a connection...

Slip On Flange

A slip-on flange can also be known as a hubbed flange, which, as the name suggests, has a hub with a very low profile. Why is this important? Because this type of ring type joint gasket has an internal diameter larger than the connecting pipe, allowing you to slide it...

Weld Neck Flange

Also known as tapered hub flanges or high hub flanges, weld neck flanges are a specific type of gasket with a protruding ridge and long neck used to connect pipework and provide you with a high-quality seal. Weld neck flanges, in particular, are a popular choice when...

Nitrile vs Viton® – What is the Difference?

As you start to make a decision about what type of O-rings to purchase for your business, you might wonder what material is the most suitable for your unique needs. Every business operation has different requirements for their O-rings, such as the temperature,...

Aflas vs Viton

When it comes to choosing O ring suppliers in the UK, you’ll find that there are a wide range of materials on offer for you to choose from. Many people find that the options can seem quite overwhelming, with some materials having similar properties but offering...

EPDM Gasket

Both the automotive and construction industries have started to use EPDM gaskets more frequently in recent times. This rubber material is UV light resistant and has many fantastic properties that make this part highly effective for a wide range of processes. Keep...

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PIPELINE SUPPLIES

To compliment our range of Elastomeric Seals, Gaskets and Associated Products used within the Aerospace, Defence, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Offshore and Marine Industries we are also firmly established to supply a full range of pipeline supply products including; 

And services including; 

  • Pipe Cutting 
  • Threading 
  • Shotblasting 

Full range of pipeline supply products
Pipe and Tubing

Pipe / Tubing  

Generally available from 1/4” to 24” in 6 metre lengths and various wall thicknesses but further diameters can be supplied and all may be cut to any required length. 

Carbon Steel – Available to meet specifications including EN, DIN, ASTM, BS and API in different grades and finishes 

  • Cold Finished Seamless 
  • Hot Finished Seamless 
  • ERW (Electric Resistance Welded) 

Stainless Steel – Supplied in a variety of diameters, wall thicknesses and cut to any desired length meeting ASTM A312 in grades of 304, 316 and Super Duplex. 

Plate, Sheet and Bar

Plate, Sheet and Bar  

Supplying a range of products of varying sections and sizes being available as Black or Bright, Rounds, Flats, Squares, Angles, Channel, Hot Rolled or Cold Reduced Sheet. 

Carbon Steel Buttweld and Malleable Iron Pipe Fittings

Fittings

A wide range of carbon steel buttweld and malleable iron pipe fittings are available including; 

  • Elbows – Long radius 45⁰ and 90⁰, Short radius 90⁰ 
  • Tees – Equal and Reducing 
  • Sockets 
  • U Bolts 
  • Reducers – Concentric and Eccentric 
  • Sockets 
  • Bushes 
  • Plugs 
  • Nipples 
Fasteners

Fasteners 

These ancillary items are also available in many material, plating finishes and size configurations to meet many different industry standards and specifications. 

  • Stud Bolts 
  • Hex Bolts 
  • Nuts 
  • Washers 
Flanges

Flanges

An extensive range of Flanges in various materials, plating finishes, and sizes are available to meet standards including BS4504 and ASA 

  • Raised Face 
  • Slip-On 
  • Weld Neck 
  • Blank / Blind 
Extensive Range of Valves in Different Sizes and Materials

Valves

An extensive range of valves available in many material and size configurations include; 

  • Gate, Globe and Check Valves in Bronze, Cast Iron and Steel 
  • Ball Valves in Steel, Stainless Steel and Brass 
  • Butterfly Valves 
  • Steam Traps 
Extensive Range of Valves in Different Sizes and Materials

Plastic Shims 

A shim can be referred to as a ‘washer’ or a ‘spacer’ and is generally a thin piece of material that is used between two pieces of equipment to ‘fill the gap’ and set correct alignment between mating components. Generally available in material thicknesses ranging from 0.005 mm up to 5 mm 

Plastic shims have excellent wear and corrosion resistance and can be a very cost-effective alternative to metal shims. Plastic is a very durable product and is available in a wide range of materials and thicknesses. 

Polypropylene 

  • PEEK
  • PVDF
  • Noryl 
  • HDPE

Polyethylene

  • PTFE
  • SRBP
  • Acrylic
  • UHMW 

Polycarbonate 

  • PVC 
  • Nylon 
  • Acetal 
  • Polyurethane 
Extensive Range of Valves in Different Sizes and Materials

Metal Shims 

A shim can be referred to as a ‘washer’ or a ‘spacer’ and is generally a thin piece of material that is used between two pieces of equipment to ‘fill the gap’ and set correct alignment between mating components. Generally available in material thicknesses ranging from 0.005 mm up to 5 mm 

Metal shims are available in a wide range of thicknesses and materials, they can be cut to any required size and shape.

  • Aluminium
  • Brass
  • Carbon Steel
  • Copper
  • Nickel
  • Inconel
  • Hastelloy
  • Monel
  • Duplex
  • 304 St. St. 
  • 316 St. St.
  • 410 St. St.
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