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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2008 1:08 pm 
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Here's a place in Houston TX that has a showroom full of flanges.

http://www.federalflange.com/english/index1.php

Check out image #2. It looks like they sell low D flanges.

I wondered if anyone here from Texas has gone there. Do they let you try out the flanges in the showroom?

I'm thinking of ordering a ASME B16.36 - Slip-On Orifice Flange.

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uh huh, slip-on or threaded?


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Denny wrote:
uh huh, slip-on or threaded?


C'mon, he said slip-on. Threaded's gonna hurt. Everyone knows that.

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Beautiful flanges. beautifully presented. Thank you.

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Nanohedron wrote:
Denny wrote:
uh huh, slip-on or threaded?


C'mon, he said slip-on. Threaded's gonna hurt. Everyone knows that.

the mind is going, innit....
this is so depressing,
dang nice flanges though!


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I've changed my mind. I'll probably get the ring-joint flange instead. I've heard it's not as shrill in the high-octave.

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