| Customized Piping System OF MATERIAL|
| SN.|| SIZE|| DESCRIPTION|| QTY.|| MATL. NO.|
| 1|| 2″|| PIPE, SMLS, 90-10 CU-NI|| 0.6M|| –|
| 2|| 2″|| BEND: – 50 PULLED 90″ BEND FROM 2″Φ PIPE 90-10 CU-NI|| 2 PC|| –|
| 3|| 1/2″|| HALF COUPLING, 1/2″Φ NPTF, 90-10 CU-NI|| 1 PC|| –|
| 4|| 1/2″|| PLUG 90-10 CU-NI, 1/2″NPTM|| 1 PC|| –|
| 5|| 2″|| FLANGES, 90-10 CU-NI STUB END + ASTM A105 BACKING|
FLANGE150#, GALVANIZED TO ANSI B16.5
| 2 PC|| –|
Components of a Piping System
The most common components of a piping system are pipes, fittings and valves.
Pipes: Pipes are long cylinders used to carry or transfer fluids. The most common fluids are water, oil, steam, air, milk or finished products like paints, juices. Other uncommon examples include pulp, acids, alkalies, chemicals etc.
Pipe Fittings: Pipe fittings are used to connect lengths of pipes to construct a long piping system; commonly used fittings are flanges, elbows, tees, reducers, expansion bellows etc.
Valves: Valves are used to stop, divert or control fluid flow. Common valve types are gate valves, globe valves, butterfly valves, ball valves, control valves; the selection is based on intended function and application.
In addition, a number of devices like strainers, traps, expansion loops are necessary for keeping the fluid clean and in good condition, and to accommodate expansion/contraction due to temperature variations.