The difference between a flange adapter and a detachable joint

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The difference between a flange adapter and a detachable joint: what is a flange adapter? Flange adapters are also called wide-range flexible joints, which are fittings that connect pipes. The function of flange adapters is roughly the same as that of detachable joints. There are differences between them.

Different materials: most of the flange adapters are made of cast iron, which belongs to the category of casting. The materials of detachable joints are mainly carbon steel, stainless steel, etc.

Different names: Flange adapters are also called wide-range flexible joints, and detachable joints are also called double-flange power transmission joints. The models are B2F, CC2F, etc.

The appearance is different: the appearance seems to be connected in series with screws, but a closer look can tell that there is no flange on the flange adapter, and there are several flanges on the detachable joint.

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