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Flange Molding

Posted By: waiwaitree

Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2023

Price: $50.00

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Flanged joint is the main connection method in pipeline construction. Compared to thermoplastic, thermoset composite can be reprocessed. With high insulating properties, Insulated flange is widely applied in petroleum and chemical and other industries. Flange molding is injection and pressure molded, delivering consistent quality.

Advantages of SMC/BMC Flanges

Insulation property required by buried pipeline
Long-term stable performance under hard conditions
High strength and airtightness
Simple structure, easy to assembly, dismount and change parts
Corrosion free

SMC Flange Moulding

Reduce human factor to a minimum in production
Compression molding shortens the delivery time and produce constant quality
Well-suited for mass production of small diameter flanges

Flange Molding Surface Treatment

Outer surface is smooth and precise, needing no machining.
Interior surface can be machined according to requirements.
Flange Molding Specifications

Material Based on requirements
Color Custom and depending on requirements
Pressure rating custom
Operation Temperature Depending on molding

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Establithd in 2010 and located in Chengnan Development Zone, Luothe Tow, Huzhou City, Zhejiang Province, Zhejing Aobang Technology Co. L.d. not only has a mature and extensive prodution line of SMC/BMC moulds but also possesses many refined testing laboratoies in the industry. Whether at home or abroad, Zhejiang Aobang Techmnology Co. Ltd. can manufacture top-qulity SMC BMC composites with advanced mold making concepts and technologies. As a professional SMC/BMC moulds manufactuer, Waiwai Tree is a hightech enterpise who enjoys a good fame in the new motor and energy automobile industry both at home and abroad.

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