Blind flanges are rims that are used on beams or pipes for attachments or strengthening. A blind flange is a type of flange which has all the relevant holes for bolts, but does not have a center hole. This feature of the blind flange allows it to be used to close the ends of a pressure vessel or piping system completely. Blind flanges also provide access to the interior of a vessel or a line which is sealed tight. You can reopen the flange to get access. Apart from this, these flanges play a vital role in testing the flow of liquid or gas in a vessel or pipe. At Norwood Screw Machine Parts we provide quality blind flanges to suit a variety of applications.
We can provide blind flanges in the following specifications:
|Length||.010 to 24”|
|Diameter||.010 to 3”|
|Thread Type||UNC, UNF, Acme, Machine|
|Machine Surface Finish||Up to a 16 micro|
|Material||Brass, Stainless Steel, Steel, Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Aluminum, Aircraft Aluminum, Plastics|
Blind flanges provided by Norwood Screw Machine Parts find their use in a vast variety of applications. Here are some application areas where blind flanges are used extensively:
Norwood Screw Machine Parts is one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of screws, nuts, flanges, bolts, couplings and bushings to name a few. We have a reputation of providing the best-in-class, precision-engineered blind flanges made from quality raw material. Our experienced professionals can help you with your requirements. We provide different types of industry-grade flanges. If you are interested in knowing more about blind flanges or other types of flanges, please call us on our toll-free number 1-800-437-6644 or email us at email@example.com.
Norwood is a privately owned custom screw machine parts manufacturer. For over 59 years we serve some of the largest corporations to the small company with a new product to develop. Whether a unique item with a one time requirement or a long running contract order with scheduled deliveries, Norwood Screw Machine Parts is the right choice for the job.
We know that we are - and should be - judged by how quickly, accurately and cost-effectively we meet our customer's needs. Our in-house quality assurance team begins the process with the receipt of an order. They maintain close communications with customers to ensure that customer goals are clearly understood and completely achieved.