A Complete Guide to ASTM A105 Carbon Steel FlangesFebruary 14, 2022
What are ASTM A105 Carbon Steel Flanges
Flanges made of ASTM A105 Carbon Steel are commonly welded to pipes or connected to the threaded end of a shaft, then bolted together. It is typically used to forge basic components and small batches of sections. ASTM A105 Carbon Steel Flanges have a density of 7.8 grams per cubic centimeter and a melting point of 27400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Features of ASTM A105 Carbon Steel Flanges
Its composition has a higher proportion of iron and carbon. The quality of the pipes is determined by the materials used in their construction. Copper, manganese, and silicon traces are all found. As a result, ASTM A105N Carbon Steel Flanges are more long-lasting and stress-resistant.
Properties of ASTM A105 Carbon Steel Flanges
Carbon steel ASTM A105 Carbon 0.35 max, Manganese 0.6-1.05, Phosphorus 0.035 max, Sulfur 0.040 max, Silicon 0.10–0.35, Copper 0.40 max, Nickel 0.40 max, Chromium 0.30 max, Molybdenum 0.12 max, Vanadium 0.08 max, and Columbium 0.02 max are chemical compositions used in flanges. It also has a minimum Elognation of 30% and tensile strength of 70,000 psi (485 MPa) and yield strength of 36,000 psi (250 MPa).
Types of ASTM A105 Carbon Steel Flanges
- ASTM A105 Weld Neck Flanges:
- ASTM A105 Blind Flanges:
- ASTM A105 Slip-on Flanges:
- ASTM A105 Lap Joint Flanges:
- ASTM A105 Orifice Flanges:
- ASTM A105 Spectacle Blind Flanges:
Application of ASTM A105 Carbon Steel Flanges
ASTM A105 Carbon Steel Flanges are the most generally used carbon steel material grade for forging piping components, such as flanges and forged fittings of small diameter piping. Pressure frameworks for ambient and higher-temperature administration are made of this carbon steel material grade. A105 Carbon Steel Flanges are used to connect steel pipe systems in a variety of construction, manufacturing, and other commercial and industrial applications.