Socket Weld Pipe Fittings Manufacturer

Ferrobend is a manufacturer, supplier of socket weld fittings from Mumbai, India. Socket weld fittings in carbon steel, alloy steel and stainless steel are part of our stock program. ANSI/ASME B16.11 Socket Weld Fittings are available in 3 pressure classes; 3000, 6000 and 9000lbs. Socket weld pipe fittings are forged from 1/8" to 4" nominal diameter. Each batch of socket weld fittings are pressure tested and certified for usage. Socket weld fitting components includes elbows, tees, reducers, cross, laterals, end caps, couplings, boss, inserts, unions and lug nuts. Some of the other industrial standards for socket weld fittings includes BS 1740, BS 3799, MSS-SP-79, MSS-SP-83, MSS-SP-97, JIS B2316, etc.

We can offer custom forged socket welding fittings to suit specific pipeline requirement. We also offer socket weld pipe fittings from our overseas associates in Japan, south Korea, Taiwan, China, Thailand and Australia, for projects with origin and brand restrictions.

What is Socket Weld Fittings?

Socket weld fittings is a type of pipe or tube fittings where a recessed area is prepared inside the fitting for engagement with the pipe and the joint is welded to seal. Socket weld pipe fittings are small diameter pipe fittings typically under 4" in nominal diameter. Socket weld fittings are used for high pressure piping system. Socket weld fittings are forged and machined to dimensions. ANSI/ASME B16.11 Socket Weld Fittings are most commonly used standard.

Socket weld fittings includes components like 45 and 90-degree elbows, straight and reducing tees, reducers, half and full couplings, pipe end caps, boss, laterals, cross, reducer inserts, pipe unions and lug nuts. Socket weld pipe fittings are available in different pressure class.

Socket Weld Fittings by Components

Socket Weld Fittings by Standards

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  • Class 3000
  • Class 6000
  • Class 9000

  • Class 3000 Sch 40 Bore
  • Class 6000 Sch 160 Bore

  • Class 3000 Sch 40 Bore
  • Class 6000 Sch 160 Bore

  • Class 3000 Sch Extra Strong
  • Class 6000 Sch 160