Threads are the circular rings carved on the inner or outer surfaces of the pipe fittings. Generally, we use threaded pipe fittings to connect small bore pipes whose diameter is NPS 4 or smaller. It is suitable for non-critical applications, including water distribution systems, fire protection systems, cooling systems, etc.
Hastelloy C22 is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum superalloy. The nickel-chromium content of this alloy makes the surfaces stronger against the reducing agents. On the other hand, chromium helps to make the fittings harder against crevice and pitting corrosions.
Hastelloy C22 provides efficiency, stability, and durability to threaded pipe fittings in extreme environments. Also, it contains tungsten (3% approx.) that helps these threaded fittings sustain heat and pressure in high-temperature areas.
Mangalam Metal Corporation offers an exclusive range of Hastelloy C22 Threaded Forged Fittings to our clients across the globe. We use high-quality raw materials to manufacture threaded forged fittings to meet national and international demands.
Forging involves shaping or resizing the metals using localized compressive forces like hammers or a die. Forging can produce more robust metal pieces than a cast one.
During the forging process, the internal grain texture of the metal deforms. Thus, the texture variation is continuous throughout the process, which improves the overall strength of the metals.
Technically, we can group forging into three classes:
- Drawn Out (Increases the length, Decreases the cross-section)
- Upset (Increases the cross-section, Decreases the length)
- Squeezed in Closed Compression Dies (for Multiple Directional Flows)
We follow all legitimate rules of ASME B16.11 to manufacture Threaded Forged Fittings. It covers ratings, dimensions, tolerance, markings, and materials requirements for threaded forged fittings.
ASME has classified these fittings under the pressure class 2000, 3000, and 6000 for threaded fittings, which one should keep in mind while designing the piping system.
Following are some industries and applications where you will find our Hastelloy C22 Threaded Forged Fittings installed.
- Water Sprinkler System
- Air Coolers
- Chemical Storage Tanks
- Water Distribution Channels
- Vacuum Systems
- Fire System
- Regenerative Air Coolers
- Water Distribution Channels
- Fire Sprinklers
- Flame Holders
- Transition Ducts
- Aerospace Liners
- Water Distribution Systems
- Burner Components
- Low-Voltage Drives
- Fire Safety
- Radiators and Room Thermostats
- Paint Pumps
ASTM B564 & ASME B564
ASME 16.11, MSS SP-79, 83, 95, 97, BS 3799
1/8″ NB to 4″ NB (Socket Weld & Screwed-Threaded)
2000 LBS, 3000 LBS, 6000 LBS
- Hastelloy C22 contains higher tungsten and ferrous content, enhancing the toughness in these threaded pipe fittings during the fabrication process.
- Hastelloy C22 exhibits oxidation and carbonization resistance in high-temperature areas. During the heating process, it eliminates the risk of losing carbon components and maintains the strength and integrity of the threaded pipe fittings.
- Hastelloy C22 coating assures long endurance. However, it is expensive compared with other alloys, but it provides better corrosion resistance in oxidizing corrosion than C4, C276, and 625 alloys.
- Hastelloy C22 also provides corrosion resistance in acidic environments. Thus, it offers resistance to these threaded pipe fittings installed in seawater and high-chloride environments.
Product packaging serves to protect the products inside. Mangalam Metal Corporation effectively ensures all the products are deliverable to our clients securely. In the case of exports, we follow all international standard protocols of packaging.
Often, we export them in wooden cases. We mark our products with Grades, Lot Numbers, Size, Degree, and our Trademark. We also make custom markings on the products as per the requirements of our clients.
At Mangalam Metal Corporation, all products are subject to strict supervision at each production chain, right from purchasing the raw materials to dispatching products. All the processes undergo inspections for conformity to ASTM, ASME, MSS, and JIS codes and standards.