Standards of flanges vary worldwide, meaning that in most cases they are not interchangeable. The size, drilling and pressure range will be different (ie a PN16 flange is not rated to the same pressure class as a PN40 flange. ..nor would a PN16 flange fit an ANSI 150 flange.).
To make the selection process easy we use flange tables which show the most common standards used worldwide. These include: ANSI / ASME (USA), PN / DIN (European), BS10, Table E, Table D, Table F (British), and JIS/KS (Japanese/Korean).
Click one of the following links to select your flange:
To view a steam table select one of the following links:
- Steam Table A (P Bar 0,001 - P Bar 0,9)
- Steam Table B (PE Bar 0 | P Bar 1,0 - PE Bar 39 | P Bar 40)
- Steam Table C (PE Bar 0.8 | P Bar 3.8 - PE Bar 500 | P Bar 151,8)
- Steam Table D (PE Bar 550 | P Bar 155,5 - PE Bar 4000 | P Bar 2500,3)
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