Large Diameter Welding Tee

AS reducing Tee

Barred Tee

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Elite Piping Manufacture Co., Ltd
CS Barred tee

A barred tee, also known as a branch connection tee or a welded outlet tee, is a type of piping fitting tee with a branch connection that is perpendicular to the run of the tee. The branch connection is typically smaller than the main pipe size and is welded to the side of the tee.

What sets a barred tee apart from a standard tee is the inclusion of a solid barrier or “bar” between the branch and the run of the tee. This bar helps to reinforce the branch connection and reduce stress on the joint. Barred tees are commonly used in high-pressure and high-temperature piping systems, particularly in oil and gas industries.

The manufacturing process for barred tees involves welding a solid bar to the outside of the main pipe and then cutting a hole through the pipe to create the branch connection. The bar helps to reinforce the connection and prevent cracking or failure under high stress or pressure. The branch connection is then welded to the side of the tee, creating a strong and reliable joint.

Barred tees can be made from a variety of materials, including carbon steel, stainless steel, and other alloys, depending on the specific requirements of the piping system. They are available in a range of sizes and thicknesses to accommodate various piping applications.

Rich production technology, advanced equipment, high automation degree and high production precision, complete molding. As the designated supplier of major energy enterprise groups under the jurisdiction of SASAC, the company has won a number of national and provincial reputations.

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Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Stainless Steel, Bimetal Compound, Nickel base alloy and Other materials


Widely used in Petrochemical, Coal Chemical, Refining, Oil and Gas Transmission, Marine Environment, Power, Heating and Other projects



Molding Process

Through hot pressing, cold extrusion, hot pushing, molding and other manufacturing processes, the mold, and mandrel complete the product forming.

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