Buttweld Reducing Tee Manufacturer
Best Butt Weld Fittings Manufacturer in India since 1971.
Butt Weld Reducing Tee
The Butt Weld (BW) Tee (Equal Tee and Reducing Tee) has a 90-degree branch and a straight line pipe that will provide a connection to install another device for the pipeline systems. Buttweld tee is widely used in petroleum, aerospace, pharmacy, chemical industry, metallurgy, electric power, military industry, engineering support, and other industrial pipelines.
Buttweld reducing tee or bw reducing tee has the same structure of the T shape, but the size of the 90-degree branch is smaller than the diameter of the straight-line pipe. Therefore to install a smaller size pipe or fittings. The branch diameter is smaller than the main diameter. The reducing tee is usually described as NPS diameters We manufacture Galvanized Buttweld reducer tee, Stainless steel (SS) Buttweld reducer tee, Carbon steel (CS) Buttweld reducer tee, MS Buttweld reducer tee, Alloy Buttweld reducer tee, Nicked Buttweld reducer tee, Duplex stainless steel (DSS) Buttweld reducer tee, Super Duplex stainless Steel (SDSS) Buttweld reducer tee and Brass Buttweld reducer tee.
We manufacture Buttweld reducer tee as per ASME B16.5, ASME B16.47, DIN,etc.
We are manufacturers and suppliers Buttweld reducer tee since the year 1971.
Butt Weld Reducing Tee Dimensions
We Export Butt Weld Reducer Tee to United States (USA), Canada, Germany, Japan, France, Middle-East, Bangladesh, Nepal etc.
ASME B16.9 ASME B16.28, AWWA, MSS : SP-43, DIN-2353, 150-4144 etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
Most frequent questions and answers
What is a butt weld reducing tee?
A butt weld reducing tee is a type of pipe fitting that connects three pipes at a single point, with one pipe acting as the main line and the other two pipes branching off at a reduced diameter.
What are the different types of materials used to make butt weld reducing tees?
Butt weld reducing tees are typically made from materials such as carbon steel, stainless steel, alloy steel, and plastic. The choice of material will depend on the specific application and the requirements of the piping system.
What are the advantages of using a butt weld reducing tee?
Butt weld reducing tees offer a number of advantages, including:
- High strength and durability
- Ability to handle high pressure and temperature
- Easy to install
- Low cost
- Good corrosion resistance
Are there any disadvantages of using a butt weld reducing tee?
Some possible disadvantages of using a butt weld reducing tee include:
- They require proper alignment and preparation of the pipe ends
- They require a welder qualified to make the connections
- They may not be suitable for high-pressure or high-temperature applications
How to select the right size and pressure rating of a butt weld reducing tee?
The right size and pressure rating of a butt weld reducing tee depends on the specific requirements of the application it will be used in, such as the size and pressure of the pipes it will connect, and the fluid or gas that will be flowing through it. It’s important to consult with a professional to determine the best option for your specific needs.
How is a butt weld reducing tee installed?
A butt weld reducing tee is typically installed by welding it to the pipes that it will connect. This process is done by a skilled welder, and requires precise measurements to ensure a proper fit.
Where are butt weld reducer tees used?
Butt weld reducing tees are commonly used in various industries such as oil and gas, chemical, power generation, water treatment, and construction. They are often used in piping systems to connect pipes of different sizes, such as reducing the flow from a larger pipe to a smaller one. They can also be used in process piping, fire protection systems, and HVAC systems. They are also used in high-pressure and high-temperature applications, such as in power plants and oil refineries. Additionally, they are used in underground and above-ground pipeline applications.
What is the temperature range of butt weld reducer tee?
The temperature range of a butt weld reducing tee will depend on the material it is made from.
- Carbon steel reducing tees have a temperature range of -29°C to 427°C (-20°F to 800°F).
- Stainless steel reducing tees have a temperature range of -29°C to 816°C (-20°F to 1500°F).
- Alloy steel reducing tees have a temperature range of -29°C to 593°C (-20°F to 1100°F)
- Plastic reducing tees have a temperature range of -40°C to 100°C (-40°F to 212°F)
It is important to note that these are general guidelines and the temperature range will also depend on the specific alloy and the application. It is always recommended to check with the manufacturer’s recommendations or consult with an engineer regarding the specific temperature range for a given application