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It may come as a surprise to learn that stainless steel has been in production for less than 120 years! While other materials like iron have been around for more than a thousand years, steel is quite new on the scene. However, despite its infancy, it has been revolutionary in the modern world, with a huge impact over the years. Learn more about this fascinating material in our infographic: And the future of stainless steel? Well, it definitely isn't stopping, with more benefits discovered all the time and we can't wait to be apart of it all! Download the full...

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With a history dating back over 80 years, butterfly valves are an essential component in a wide variety of applications. Often made from cast iron and stainless steel, butterfly valves are named as such based on the functionality of its disc, shaped like a butterfly to control the flow of liquids. There are two main types of butterfly valves - wafer and lugged. Wafer Butterfly Valve vs Lugged Butterfly Valve The wafer style valve usually has just two or four unthreaded holes to secure and align the valve within two mating flanges. The lug style has threaded holes which allows the...

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Stainless steel is used in many applications both from a domestic and industrial standpoint for good reason. It is resistant to corrosion, temperature resistant, easy to fabricate and looks good. Stainless steel flanges offer all these benefits and more. 

A vital connecting link for piping, valves and other equipment, stainless steel flanges are essential in industries like gas, transport, water and food and beverage, as well as power generation and chemicals.

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Stainless Steel Pipe Fittings can be joined by butt welding, socket welded or screwed (BSP or NPT) fittings. Buttweld and socketweld are a permanent form giving you an optimum and effective joint, while screwed fittings mean you can break the joint for maintenance.

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Having supplied the wine industry for numerous years, I have found that there are many fittings used and that they vary depending on the winery. Every year just before vintage the rush starts to get hoses replaced or repaired, new fittings made up, spares parts supplied, new fittings and hard lines installed. Wineries have a few standard fittings which are also used in other industries, and then there are a few specific to them, so let’s take a look at what is used and needed.

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