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Weight

kg
1.6

1 11)Max all.pressurel J Z:O.7 l-z:o.9 I

Weight
FIA

111)Max all.pressurel Z:O.7 15 20 25 l Z:O.9 I

kg~1

84

2 3 2 3 max 5

240

50 74 40 60

65 96

406
408

3
4

1200

58 77 97

20 26 33

86

2.4

410

104 106

300

2.4 3.7

52

max 12

77

456
458

3
4

1350

72 97 122

14 18 23

17 23 29

129 131

2 3 max 5

375

3.8 5.7

32 48

42 62

460

max 12 506 508 3 4 5 max 7 606


608

1500

90 119 152

12 16 20

16 21 26

154 156

2 3 max5

450

5.4 8.2

27 40

35 52

510

3
4

1800

128 169

10 14 17

13 17 22

204 206 208

2 3 4 max 6

600

9.6 14.5 19.5

20 30 40

26 39 52
710 712
610 5

215

max 13

5 6

2100

292 351 470

15 18 23

19 22 30

256 258 260

3 4 5 max 8

750

22.5 30.5 37.8

24 32 40

31 42 52

716 max

8 13

808 810 812

4
5 6 max 10

2400

304 381 458

10 13 15

13 16 20

306 308 310

3 4 5 max 12

900

32.5 43.2 54.0

20 27 34

26 35 43

912 910 916

6 5 8 max 13

2700

482 579 774


595 715

11 14 18

15 17 23

356 358 360

3 4 5 max 10

1050

44.0 58.7 73.5

18 23 29

22 30 37
1012 1010

5 6
max 13

3000

10 12

13 16

1) Design pressure in Bar at temperature +20C using material AIS1316, at other temp. and grades se table on page 46. Z=0.7 no radiography, Z=0.9100% radiography. --10

PART.NO. PART.NO.
PART.NO. Standard grades: AISI 304, 304L, 316, 316L (SS 2333, 2343, 2352, 2353)

ABE-121 ABE-122
ABE-132

Type C
Bevel15 J+-

1Jr'.'

14

I Dt

-1

QL T
Typ B, C.

DN 15-80 are Type B and DN 100-150 Type C with bevelled collar according to above sketch. Part. No. ABE-121. PRESSED GOLLARS Typ B. Part. No. ABE-122.
1) PN 16.
di

PRESSED
No.2286.

COLLARS

SA

Reference

N 15 20 25

Dt:t1,O I~

r
9 10 12

Weight kg 0.03 0.06 0.09 0.12 0.12 0.16

16 :t0.5 21 :t 0.5 26 :t 0.5


32:!:0.5 35:!:0.5 40,5 :!: 0.5 50:!:0.5 65:!:0.7

45 58 68 80 80 88
103 122 139 139 159 189 212

2 :t O. 12 3 :t 0.12 3 :t 0.12 3 :!:0.12 3 :!:0.12 3 :!:0.12


3:!: 0.12

32 35 40 50 65 75 80 100
125 150

14 14 17

18 20

0.19 0.37
0.45 0.45 0.75

4:!:0.20

75:!:0.8 80:!:0.8 100 :!:1.0


125:t 150:t 1.3 1.5

23 24 27 27 27

4 :t 0.20 4 :t 0.20 5 :t 0.20


5:!:0.20 5:!:0.20

1.00 1.10

Flat gasket surface without grooves. The external diameter Dt of the gasket surface matches loose flanges DIN 2642.

Flat gasket surface without grooves. The external diameter Dt of the gasket surface matches loose flanges DIN 2656.

Part. No. ABE-132. ANGLE SA Reference No.2293.

COLLARS.

~ 200 250

di

Dt

L 28 :t2
1

Weight 1.2 1.5 1.8 2.0

kg

200 :t2 250 :t 2.5 300 :t 3 350 :t 3.5 400 :t4 450 :t 4.5 500 :t 5 600:t6

200:t2 310:t2.5 360 :t 3 410:t3.5


480 :t4 530 :t4 590 :t 4 690 :t5

4:!::0.3 4:!::0.3 4:!::0.3 4:!::0.3 4:!:0.4 4:!:0.4 5:!:0.4 5:!:0.4

28 :t2 28 :t 2 28 :t2 38:!:2 38:!:2 48:!:2 48:!:2

cm

300 350

400 450 500


Machined gasket surface with external diameter matching loose flanges DIN 2642. Dt

3.1 3.5 5.9 7.1

600

1) Approved for PN 10/PN 16 used with corresponding flange. Limits of pressure and temperature according to 55-1233. Compare table on page 45. --16

The ABE norm has been developed as a production specification to be applied to all standard production at ABE, unIess otherwise specified and agreed upon. The range of ANSI fittings are subjected to specifications according to ASTM A 403, which is further explained in the ANSI section of this catalogue. Executions and quaIity control not detailed in the ASTM A 403 specification will be as generally in the ABE Norm. particularly relevant to critical applications, such as the nu-

Production to other specifications

or individual requirements

clear industry, may be agreed to and quoted on request.

SCOPE All seamless and fabricated welded construction stainiess steel butt weld fittings excluding those to ANSI Standard.

2.

GENERAL

CONDITIONS in accordance with the SPG/SPVG requirements. and welding for all products used in pipe

The ABE fittings are designed The SPG requires approval installations

by SA of design (drawing

and calculations)

subject to SA inspection.

SPG -Swedish Piping Gode (AN 78) SPVG -Swedish Pressure Vessel Gode (TKN 73) SA- The Swedish Plant Inspectorate. In this brochure ABE presents a selection of products for which SA has approved design and welding methods. (AN 78 11.3 and 12.1 ) Galculation data and other preconditions are presented on page 46 in this brochure. 3. RAW MATERIAL

Fullyannealed austenitic stainiess steel in the form of pipe, tube, sheet, plate, strip, coil, bar, casting or forging with requirements according to Swedish standard, or American standard and when required to AD/W2. 4. RECEPTION CONTROL AND certificates IDENTIFICATION are checked before release to production. batch. These

Raw material and applicable

When material is split, each component is hard stamped with codes for material grade and production are recorded against heat number and material certificate.

Small fittings and fittings produced only by machining are exempted from die stamping and are identified by marking of the container with batch number. 5. MANUFACTURE Material is cold formed (pressing, drawing, upsetting, rolling, bending etc.) or machined qualified according to final shape. Pressure Vessel

Welding is performed by qualified welders with procedures Gode. Welding procedures are shown in Table 2, page 43. The fittings are on ly annealed Pickling and passivation when specified

to the Swedish

in this catalogue,

in price lists or quotations. and prior to final examination.

are carried out after finish machining

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6.

RADIOGRAPHIC Radiographic

CONTROL but performed at an extra cost.

control is not included in the ABE standard

The interpretation of radiography is based on Collection of Reference Radiographs of Welds in Steel from Internationallnstitute of Welding (IIW), applied to the five graded scales shown in Table 1 (Swedish Piping Code, Table 13.3). The minimum requirement weld penetration for approval is grade 3 (green) with the exception of surface root faults due to incomplete which are rejected.

Table 1. Interpretation Steel.

scale for radiography according to IIW Collection of Reference Radiographs of Welds in

I I

GRACE 5 black

I I Homogeneous

RADIOGRAPHY weld or weids with an insignificant

SHOWS number of dispersed porosities.

4 blue

Insignificant deviations in the homogeneity of the weld depending on one or several of the following faults: a = porosities, b = slag inclusions, c = undercuts. Minor deviations in the homogeneity of weld caused by one or several of the following faults: a = porosities, b = slag inclusions, c = undercuts, d = root faults (incomplete weld penetrations). Oeviations in the homogeneity of weld caused by one or several of the following faults: a = porosities, b = slag inclusions, c = undercuts, d = root faults (incomplete weld penetrations), e = incomplete fusion. Major deviations in the homogeneity of weld caused by one or several of the following faults: a = porosities, b = slag inclusions, c = undercuts, d = root faults (incomplete weld penetrations), e = incomplete fusion, f = cracks.

3 green

2 brown

1 red

L--Radiographic 7.

control according

to ASME VIII UW-51 can be performed

on request.

WORKMANSHIP The fittings shall have a workmanlike finish and shall be free from injurious defects such as contamination, porosities, cavities and oxides, that can be detected by visual examination. Surface cavities or undercuts rance wall thickness. Weld bead and weld penetration shall be even and have a transition to the base material without sharp edges. shall not be deeper than 5% of the nominal wall thickness cracks,

or resulting in belowtole-

Height of the weld bead must not be more than 1 mm at wall thicknesses below 3 mm and max 1.5 mm at wall thickness between 3 and 7 mm. At heavier wall than 7 mm permissible height is 20% of wall or max 3 mm.

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