Slip-on Flange

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Pipe Flanges

sofSlip-on flanges (SOF) are designed to slip over the outside of pipe, long-tangent elbows, reducers, and swages. The flange has poor resistance to shock and vibration. It is easier to align than a weld neck flange. This flange is ideal for low pressure applications since the strength when under internal pressure is about one third that of a weld neck flange. This flange has a raised face.

Datasheets and Dimensional Information

The datasheets we have on this site are shown below. For simplicity sake, only datasheets that adhere to B16.5 are shown. ASME B16.5 covers flange dimensions from ½” to 24”. For sizes larger than this, please visit our flange datasheets page.

 Flat FaceRaised FaceRing Type Joint
ANSI 150 SO Flange ANSI 150 FF (in) SO Flange ANSI 150 RF (in) SO Flange ANSI 150 RTJ (in)
ANSI 300 SO Flange ANSI 300 FF (in) SO Flange ANSI 300 RF (in) SO Flange ANSI 300 RTJ (in)
ANSI 400 SO Flange ANSI 400 FF (in) SO Flange ANSI 400 RF (in) SO Flange ANSI 400 RTJ (in)
ANSI 600 SO Flange ANSI 600 FF (in) SO Flange ANSI 600 RF (in) SO Flange ANSI 600 RTJ (in)
ANSI 900 SO Flange ANSI 900 FF (in) SO Flange ANSI 900 RF (in) SO Flange ANSI 900 RTJ (in)
ANSI 1500 SO Flange ANSI 1500 FF (in) SO Flange ANSI 1500 RF (in) SO Flange ANSI 1500 RTJ (in)
ANSI 2500 SO Flange ANSI 2500 FF (in) SO Flange ANSI 2500 RF (in) SO Flange ANSI 2500 RTJ (in)