In the oil & gas, petrochemicals and power generation industries, a huge amount of work revolves around flanges used to connect sections of pipe, pumps and valves. This work may be during the construction of a new petrochemical or oil and gas plant,
If you’re a machinist who's planning to work on projects in the oil and gas industry then you should prepare yourself to hear an array of confusing industry jargon and acronyms. If you already know what a 'Big Bear’. ‘Blow out Preventer’ and a
A common question often asked by people new to the piping industry is "how does flange rating work?"
Here is a brief explanation:
With so much at stake, it’s vital that flanges in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries can withstand the
If you're an in-situ machining or flange facing facing 'newbie' - the terminology used by flange facing machine manufacturers and on-site engineers might seem a little daunting at first. That's why we've put together this A to Z list of abbreviations
Whether you’re a seasoned on-site machinist, a maintenance manager, or a procurement professional, if you know the key things to consider when selecting a machine for flange serration you’ll be well equipped to make the right choice, whether it’s
The internet has transformed the way people choose products and make their enquiry - and industrial markets are no exception to this.In B2B (Business to Business) markets, personal contact offered by an account manager remains as import as ever -