Valves & Fittings

The components used in valves & fittings are a natural fit for the variety of processing options offered by SSI.  As one of the top industrial stainless steel flanges suppliers, we provide our components with the necessary corrosion and temperature resistance for stainless flanges and fittings to be used in these demanding environments. With the requirements of high-purity projects and concept designs, SSI provides only the highest quality components made from the best stainless steel materials. Rather than focus on developing mass amounts of stainless steel valves, flanges, and fittings at a lower quality, we drive our attention toward being a supplier of only the best, of highest quality, sintered components possible.

  • 316 stainless steel material is one of our steels of choice.  It performs well in these high-purity applications of which may include the use of certain acids and high temperatures that the flanges and other product must be able to withstand. 

  • High temperature sintering process creates a high density, powder metal product, that is leak tight, and offering of superior mechanical properties

  • Superior material utilization as compared to other metal processing methods, resulting in lower cost

Stainless Steel Flanges, Fittings, & Valves

Stainless Steel Flanges, Fittings, & Valves

Here is just a small sampling of how we achieve superior product designs of quality for fittings, flanges, and valves within our current portfolio of parts utilized in systems handling fluids, gasses, or air:

  • Complicated designs are formed primarily with molding tools
  • All flanges, valves, fittings, and other components are machined to final precise dimensions in our high quality facility with our automated equipment by masters in the field.  Our flanges and components are designed to meet Common world standards that include ASA/ANSI/ASME utilizing the most modern and masterful techniques in:
    • Turning: most turning is performed on cnc or our state of the art lathe machinery 
    • Tapping: is done on cnc machinery and lathe work when necessary and with absolute precision
    • Milling: mostly is done on cnc and also lathe