A Pipe Reducer is a kind of industrial pipe fittings used to connect two pipes (or tubes) of different diameters. It contains concentric reducer and eccentric reducer. The former is used on vertical pipes, and the latter is used for horizontal pipes.
Pipe reducers are mainly used in the following areas:
1. Pipe reducer is useful when there is a requirement on change of fluid flow rate.
2. It is used for pump inlet to prevent cavitation.
3. It is fit for the connectors of instruments, such as flowmeter and control valve.
Seamless Pipe Reducer: 1/2″~32″ DN15~DN800
Welding Pipe Reducer:6″~60″ DN150~DN1500
sch10, sch20, sch30, std, sch40, sch60, xs, sch80, sch100,
sch120, sch140, sch160, xxs, sch5s, sch20s, sch40s, sch80s
Max. thickness: 200mm
Carbon steel: ASTM/ASME A234 WPB-WPC
Alloy steel: ASTM/ASME A234 WP 1-WP 12-WP 11-WP 22-WP 5-WP 91-WP 911
Stainless steel: ASTM/ASME A403 WP 304-304L-304H-304LN-304N
ASTM/ASME A403 WP 316-316L-316H-316LN-316N-316Ti
ASTM/ASME A403 WP 321-321H ASTM/ASME A403 WP 347-347H
Low temperature steel: ASTM/ASME A402 WPL 3-WPL 6
High performance steel: ASTM/ASME A860 WPHY 42-46-52-60-65-70
GB/T12459-2005 GB/T13401-2005 GB/T10752-2005
SY/T0609-2006 SY/T0518-2002 SY/T0510-1998
DL/T695-1999 GD2000 GD87-1101
ASME B16.9-2007 ASME B16.25-2007
MSS SP 75-2008 MSS SP 43-2008
EN10253-1-1999 EN10253-2-2007 EN10253-3-2008 EN10253-4-2008
BS1640-1-1962 BS1640-2-1962 BS1640-3-1968 BS1640-4-1968 BS1965-1-1963
AFNOR NF A 49-289-1990 AFNOR NF A 49-170-1-1999 AFNOR NF A 49-170-2-2009 AFNOR NF A 49-170-3-2009 AFNOR NF A 49-170-4-2009
JIS B2311-2009 JIS B2312-2009 JIS B2313-2009
Bending, squeezing, pressing, forging, machining and more
Our pipe reducers have found many applications in a wide range of industries, such as electricity, petroleum, natural gas, chemical, shipbuilding, heating, papermaking, metallurgy and so on.
Specifications for Pipe Tee
Specifications for Pipe Reducer
|Pipe Reducer||Production range|
|Seamless pipe reducer||Welding pipe reducer|
|Product type||Concentric reducer, eccentric reducer|
Concentric and Eccentric Reducers