Design features of high-pressure integral fittings



High-pressure integral fittings
are components that transport high-pressure fluids in cementing and fracturing equipment. It is widely used in high-pressure discharge lines, input lines, temporary liquid flow lines, well-testing lines and other high-pressure conveying lines in acidic working environments (excluding operating environments containing CO2 and H2S acid gases). The high-pressure integral fittings are available in sizes from 1 in. to 4 in. and have lengths of 0.5 m, 1 m, and 1.5 m. The rated working pressure is 42 MPa to 105 MPa and the operating temperature is -46 ° C to 121 ° C.

The technical parameters and performance of the body pipeline are in accordance with API 6A specifications. Its product specification level is PLS3 and its performance level is PR2, which can be interchanged with similar products of SPM.
high pressure integral fittings
High-pressure integral fittings
are made of high-strength alloy steel and are manufactured by the special toughening process. It uses Acme threaded connection, which makes it easy to disassemble, fast, and reliable. Multiple seal designs and extremely high machining accuracy ensure high-pressure integral fittings.
1. The end of the high-pressure integral straight pipe is made of, without a thread connection, which is safer and more reliable;
2. Easy and fast loading and unloading;
3. High strength and lightweight;
4. The technical parameters and performance of the short section are in accordance with the specifications of API Spec 6A and can be interchanged with similar foreign products.