Nickel Alloy 200 Flanges come in different types designed to meet specific industrial applications. These include slip-on flanges, threaded flanges, socket-weld flanges, lap joint flanges, and blind flanges. Slip-on flanges are the most commonly used Nickel Alloy 200 flanges, ideal for low-pressure applications. Threaded flanges are suitable for small pipes with high-pressure requirements. Socket-weld flanges are popular in industries that require frequent disassembly, while lap joint flanges are perfect for piping systems that often undergo maintenance. Additionally, blind flanges are commonly used to close or seal off the ends of piping systems and pressure vessels.

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Nickel Alloy 200 Flanges have a variety of applications, including chemical processing, petrochemical, and marine industries. These flanges can withstand harsh environments, including high temperatures, acids, and alkaline solutions, making them suitable for offshore and onshore installations. They are also used in cryogenic equipment, such as liquefied natural gas (LNG) processing plants, where low-temperature resistance is essential. Due to their excellent corrosion and erosion resistance, Nickel Alloy 200 flanges are also employed in heat exchangers, valves, turbines, and pumps.

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