F 60 - Stainless Steel Forged Flanges

Raw Material ASTM A182 F60 Ed. 2020
C % 0.030 Max.
Mn % 2.000 Max.
P % 0.030 Max.
S % 0.020 Max.
Si % 1.000 Max.
Cr % 22.00-23.00
Mo % 3.000-3.500
Ni % 4.500-6.500
N % 0.140-0.200
Stainless Steel F60 Forged Flanges Manufacturers & Exporters

ASTM A694 F60 Flanges


A694 Carbon Steel Gr F60 Threaded Flanges are manufactured from low-grade steel; usually High Yield CS A694 Gr F60 High Hub Flanges supplied in Quench and Tempered condition. At REAL ENGINEERING, we can supply Carbon Steel F60 Plate Flanges as required by buyers. Real Engineering is one of the best in India.


Typical surface treatment includes chemical treatment with one of the chemical treatments - hot-dip galvanized. The coating of Carbon Steel A694 Grade F60 BLRF Flanges improves corrosion resistance. 


Especially where ASTM A694 F60 Carbon Steel Socket Weld Raised Face Flanges(SWRF) Flanges are exposed to environments with oxidation compounds. 


ASTM A694 F60 Weld Neck Flanges are typically used in cold-temperature environments. A694 F60 is also used in service applications where initial corrosion resistance is not considered. 


We can customize SA 694 F60 Slip-On Flanges and use surface treatment or coating. At REAL ENGINEERING, we manufacture ASTM A694 F60 and ASTM A694 F60 flanges according to standards such as ANSI Flanges, ASME Flanges, BS Flanges, etc. We also provide pipe spool fabrication and forged brass fittings.


The ASTM A694 specification covers pipe flanges, forged fittings, valves, and parts manufactured from forged or rolled steel. ASTM A694 F60 Flanges are ideal for use with high-strength power pipelines. 


The specification for ASTM A694 Grade F60 Standard Ring Type Joints covers a range of material grades. This material grade is used to manufacture A694 Grade F60 loose flanges subject to minimum yield strength requirements. 


F60 Carbon Steel Orifice Flanges are often used in conjunction with gauge orifices. The orifice meter is used to measure the flow rate of the medium flowing through the piping system. The media in the pipes, respectively, can be liquid or gas.