Tri-Clamp Flange Adapter (38MP)
Create an easy sanitary flange to tri-clamp connectionThe tri-clamp flange adapter connects standard 150-pound flat-faced flanges to tri-clamp fittings. A gasket, nuts and bolts are required to complete the connection (sold separately). This adapter offered in both 304 and 316L alloy options with sizes ranging from 1/2" - 10 Tri-Clamp connections. The flange is rated at 150 pounds testing to maintain position on tube support run. Material Test Reports (MTRs) available upon request.
Tri-Clamp Flange Adapter Part Numbers & Dimensions
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Tri-Clamp Fittings and Gasket Sizing Guide
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Frequently Asked QuestionsRead our guide to Frequently Asked Questions about Tri-Clamp Fittings
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Questions and answers of the customers
Will 38MP-.50-316 connect to a ASME B16.5 Flange 150 Class RF flange?
Q Will 38MP-.50-316 connect to a ASME B16.5 Flange 150 Class RF flange?A
Both have (4) bolt holes with a center radius of 2.375" so these two flanges should match up. See: Detailed Tri-Clamp Flange Adapter Line Drawing.
Do you offer the 4" 38MP-4-304 38MP-4-316 9.000 0.750 7.500 1.750 8 hole tri-clamp flange adapter in 300#?
Q Do you offer the 4" 38MP-4-304 38MP-4-316 9.000 0.750 7.500 1.750 8 hole tri-clamp flange adapter...... Read moreA
Unfortunately, we only offer the 150# flange face for the tri-clamp flange adapter.
Do you have weights for these products?
Q Do you have weights for these products?A
Yes, we do have individual weights for our tri-clamp flange adapters. Simply select a configuration above and then click "View More Details" link to see additional information related to that item.
Does 38MP-.75-316 exist but part number shows as 38MP-.50-316 due to to typo?
Q Does 38MP-.75-316 exist but part number shows as 38MP-.50-316 due to to typo?A
That most certainly was a typo on our product page for the Tri-Clamp Flange Adapter (3/4"). Here is a link to this product.
I need to connect some flexible 8 inch duct to a custom 8 inch sanitary drum lid adapter. I feel like I need 4 inches of room to secure the duct work. Can you supply essentially one half of 8 inch sanitary x 8 inch long spool?
Q I need to connect some flexible 8 inch duct to a custom 8 inch sanitary drum lid adapter. I feel ...... Read moreA
Sure thing. We'll send you a quote right away.
I have a need for a customer adapter that would allow a 2" ANSI flange to mate with 2.5" Tri-Clover fitting. Can you quote something like that - 2 pieces only.
Q I have a need for a customer adapter that would allow a 2" ANSI flange to mate with 2.5" Tri-Clov...... Read moreA Sure, we can do that. I'll get a quote sent over shortly.
Are there any reducing adapters? (i.e. 3" tri-clamp to 2" flanged connection)
Q Are there any reducing adapters? (i.e. 3" tri-clamp to 2" flanged connection)A We do offer these custom size tri-clamp flange adapters. Please contact us for a quote.
Why no 3/4"?
Q Why no 3/4"?A This was an oversight on our part. We have added the 3/4" Tri-Clamp Flange Adapter for purchase online now. The sku number for this item is: 38MP-.75-316.
Is this product 3A Certified?
Q Is this product 3A Certified?A Not exactly. This question does not have a straight forward answer for the time being. The tri-clamp flange adapter consists of a flat tube flange, which is 3A compliant, and a tri-clamp ferrule, which is also 3A compliant. To make this adapter we simply weld the two pieces together. For all intents and purposes, this product should be 3A compliant. However, the product has not gone through 3A certification processes. The good news is that we are submitting this product to the 3A board for compliance approval. TL/DR: This product is not 3A compliant but we expect it to be approved very soon.
When the description says, "Orbital weld is required to ensure proper connectivity..." is it talking about a weld on this adapter, or is it talking about the user supplied flange? If it's the former, where is this weld?
Q When the description says, "Orbital weld is required to ensure proper connectivity..." is it talk...... Read moreA Whoops! That was a goof on our part. No welding is required for this tri-clamp flange adapter. One end connects to the processing flange or pump via nuts & bolts while the tri-clamp end connects via gasket and clamp connection.
For your part "Tri-clamp Flange Adapter" is the flange connection 150# Raised Face or 150# Flat Face?
Q For your part "Tri-clamp Flange Adapter" is the flange connection 150# Raised Face or 150# Flat F...... Read moreA The flange connection is a flat face so it sits flush with the mating flange, connected with bolts and gasket.
Do you stock these products or are they manufactured per order?
Q Do you stock these products or are they manufactured per order?A The Tri-Clamp Flange Adapter is stocked in a variety of sizes and alloys. Typically we are able to ship out the same day as ordered.