Class “D” Stainless Steel Slip-on Flanges (Series SPF-D)

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AWWA Class “D” Stainless Steel-Ring Flanges (150 – 175 psi)

AWWA Class “D” Stainless Steel-Ring Flanges (150 - 175 psi)-Drawing

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED

API Part NumberSize O.D. I.D. Ø B.H.C. Ø B.H.# B.H.THK Weight Lbs
SPF0200-D26.002.444.750.75040.6254.1
SPF0250-D2.57.002.945.500.75040.6255.4
SPF0300-D37.503.576.000.75040.6255.9
SPF0400-D49.004.577.500.75080.6258.1
SPF0500-D510.005.668.500.87580.6259.1
SPF0600-D611.006.729.500.87580.68810.7
SPF0800-D813.508.7211.750.87580.68815.7
SPF1000-D1016.0010.8814.251.000120.68819.3
SPF1200-D1219.0012.8817.001.000120.81233.9
SPF1400-D1421.0014.1918.751.125120.93847.3
SPF1600-D1623.5016.1921.251.125161.00060.8
SPF1800-D1825.0018.1922.751.250161.06265.2
SPF2000-D2027.5020.1925.001.250201.12581.2
SPF2200-D2229.5022.1927.251.375201.18890.8
SPF2400-D2432.0024.1929.501.375201.250112.0
SPF2600-D2634.2526.1931.751.375241.312132.0
SPF2800-D2836.5028.1934.001.375281.312148.0
SPF3000-D3038.7530.1936.001.375281.375169.0
SPF3200-D3241.7532.1938.501.625281.500211.0
SPF3400-D3443.7534.1940.501.625321.500219.0
SPF3600-D3646.0036.1942.751.625321.625265.0
SPF3800-D3848.7538.1945.251.625321.625300.0
SPF4000-D4050.7540.1947.251.625361.625311.0
SPF4200-D4253.0042.1949.501.625361.750362.0
SPF4400-D4455.2544.1951.751.625401.750385.0
SPF4600-D4657.2546.1953.751.625401.750404.0
SPF4800-D4859.5048.1956.001.625441.875457.0
SPF5000-D5061.7550.1958.251.875442.000505.0
SPF5200-D5264.0052.1960.501.875442.000539.0
SPF5400-D5466.2554.1962.751.875442.125611.0
SPF6000-D6073.0060.1969.251.875522.250760.0
SPF6600-D6680.0066.1976.001.875522.5001021.0
SPF7200-D7286.5072.1982.501.875602.6251203.0

Notes:
a. Dual grade 304/304L & 316/316L Stainless Steel material conforms to the requirements of AWWA C228 specifications. Other material is available upon request.
b. Meets ANSI class 150 pattern.
Pressure Ratings: 175psi (4” – 12”) and 150psi (14” and larger) at atmospheric temperature.

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