A forged union is a type of piping fitting that is used to join two pipes together. It consists of three parts: a threaded nut, a threaded male end, and a weldolet or socket weld fitting on the female end. The threaded nut and male end are screwed together, and the female end is welded or socket welded to the pipe. Forged unions are commonly used in high-pressure applications, such as oil and gas pipelines, and are available in a variety of materials, including carbon steel, stainless steel, and alloy steel. They are designed to provide a strong, leak-free connection that can withstand high temperatures and pressures.
Class 3000 Pipe Unions — Socket Welding Ends
Class 6000 Pipe Unions — Socket Welding Ends
Class 3000 Pipe Unions — Threaded Ends
Class 6000 Pipe Unions — Threaded Ends
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