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Can stainless steel flange be directly connected with carbon steel flange?

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Welding flange is a part that connects pipes with each other and is connected to the pipe end; The flange on the inlet and outlet of the equipment is also used for the connection between two equipment, such as reducer flange. Flange connection or flange joint refers to the detachable connection in which the flange, gasket and bolt are connected with each other as a group of combined sealing structure. Pipeline flange refers to the flange for piping in pipeline device, and it refers to the inlet and outlet flange of equipment when used on equipment.

The forging production of carbon steel flange is one of the main processing methods to provide the blank of mechanical parts in the machinery manufacturing industry.

Forging can not only obtain the shape of mechanical parts, but also improve the internal structure of metal and improve the mechanical and physical properties of metal.

Generally, important mechanical parts with large stress and high requirements are mostly manufactured by forging production method. Therefore, forging production is widely used in metallurgy, mining, automobile, tractor, harvester, petroleum, chemical industry, aviation, aerospace, weapons and other industrial departments. Even in daily life, forging production also plays an important role.

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