5- through 4-inch sizes; up to ANSI 4500 pressure ratings; and with NPT, butt weld or socket weld ends.
What does BW (CAP) stand for?
BW (CAP) stands for Butt Weld (Cap)
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By using a butt weld, the flange can be eliminated.
Some specific chapter topics include OH-related infrared absorption spectra in silicate glasses, a new photochromic diarylethene for optical storage, and the welding thermo cycle and HAZ softening of a CT80 butt weld joint.
1 produces the knit line (2) bar behind a round hole and the butt weld line (1) bar behind a rectangular hole.
Sanitary valves and fittings, including: * GSI weir-style available with Kwik-Clamp and TS series sanitary clamp and tube butt weld end connections.
Cracking was occurring in tubes on the furnace floor, at primary air ports, at smelt spout openings, and at composite-to-composite butt welds in the lower furnace.
As a special added feature, full port valves are also available with socket weld or butt weld end connections on sizes 1/4" to 4".
Raley believes the business is unique for its new method of removing the butt weld from rings and wire frame.