Midland Alloys is a flanges manufacturer and supplier. These flanges are subject to manufacturing processes using equipment and machinery used by world class mills. Flanges are made in carbon steel, stainless steel and nickel alloys based on customer requirement. Midland Alloys adds a plethora of accessories such as fasteners and gaskets along with the flanges providing the customer a one-stop solution.


Flanges are connection supports used in a pipeline to connect two major pipelines. The mechanical support provided with flanges provides a steady equipment design for the pipeline. For supporting a greater mass, a heavier flange body is required. The structural strength provided by the flanges is a great value addition required in the pipeline design. Flanges are connected to each other with the use of fasteners and gaskets to tube fitting by swaging the ferrule to the nuts and tubes.


American Standard Flanges (ANSI/ASME/AWWA)
● German Standard Flanges (DIN)
● European Standard Flanges (EN)
● Japanese Standard Flanges (JIS)
● British Standard Flanges (BS)
● MSS Standard Flanges (MSS-SP)
● Petroleum Standard Flanges (API)
● Russian Standard Flanges (GOST)
● South African Standard Flanges (SABS / SANS)

Types Of Flanges

Commercial Fuels

Blind Flange

Commercial Fuels

Weld Neck Flange

Commercial Fuels

Slip-on Flange

Commercial Fuels

Socket Weld Flange

Commercial Fuels

Threaded Flange

Commercial Fuels

Lap Joint Flange

Commercial Fuels

Orifice Flange

Applications Of Flanges

Flanges have a variety of applications in the following industries:

  • Oil & Gas
  • Petrochemical Refineries
  • Pipeline Transmission
  • Pulp And Paper Manufacturing
  • Research & Development
  • Plumbing
  • Submarines

Materials Of Flanges

We manufacture and supply Flanges in the following material:

  • Carbon Steel Flanges
  • Stainless Steel Flanges
  • Alloy Steel Flanges
  • Duplex Flanges
  • Super Duplex Flanges
  • Inconel Flanges
  • Hastelloy Flanges

  • Monel Flanges
  • Titanium Flanges
  • SS904L Flanges
  • 254 SMO Flanges
  • Incoloy Flanges
  • Alloy 20 Flanges


Flanges have a variety of applications in the following industries:

  • Orifice Flange
  • Long Weld Neck Flange
  • Reducing Flange
  • Expander Flange
  • Nipo Flange
  • Nozzle Flange
  • Weldo Flange
  • Spades & Ring Spacer
  • Spectacle Flange


Raised Face is the most applied flange facing type and easy to identify. Gasket surface is raised above the bolting plane. The principle of raised face is to establish more pressure on a smaller gasket area thereby increasing the pressure containment capability of the joint. As per ANSI/ASME B16.5, flanges designed under pressure class 300 lbs have 1.6mm raised face height and 6.4mm for flanges over 400 lbs and 2500 lbs pressure class.

Ring Type Joint has grooves cut into their faces to accommodate a steel ring gasket between two similar RTJ faces and form a tight seal when the bolt is tightened. An RTJ Flange may have a raised face with a ring groove, but it does not serve as any part of the sealing assembly. Ring Type Joint flanges are applied for high pressure, high-temperature application with “initial line contact” mechanism served by the metallic ring gaskets.

Flat Face Flanges have a gasket surface in the same plane that of the bolting surface. Mostly flat facing is applied on flanged ends, which are produced from castings or fiberglass. Flat Face flanges are never to be bolted against a raised face or any other. If required, the raised face should be removed prior to installing. Failing to which will result in damage and shut down of the process.

Male & Female Grooved Flanges must match. One flange has an area that extends beyond the normal flange face, which is male joint. The other flange or mating flange gas a matching depression or groove machined into its face to create the locking mechanism. Male Female joint flanges are commonly used for high pressure and high-temperature services, namely Heat Exchanger & Boiler assemblies.

Like Male-Female, Tongue & Groove Flanges also must be matched too. One flange has a raised ring called as Tongue machined into the face while the mating flange gas a matching depression or the groove. Prominently found on flanged pump covers and valve bonnets. Also used for high temperature and high pressure applications. None of the facing should be inter-joined to create any flange joint.


Most widely used among any flange face finish and practically suitable for flanges under all ordinary service conditions. Under Bolting compression, the soft face from a gasket will embed into this finish, which helps create a seal and a high level of friction is generated between the mating surfaces.

As the name suggests, concentric serrated finish consists of concentric grooves. A 90° tool is used and serrations are spaced evenly across the face.

Spiral serrated finish is a continuous or photographic spiral groove but it differs from the stock finish in that the groove typically is generated using a 90° tool which creates a “V” geometry with 45° angled serration.

Smooth finish shows no visual apparent tool markings. These finishes are typically utilized for gaskets with metal facings such as double jacketed flat steel and corrugated metal. The smooth surfaces mate to create a seal and depend on the flatness of the opposing faces to effect a tight seal. This is typically achieved by having the gasket contact surface formed by a continuous spiral groove.


Gaskets are important to realize a leak free flange connection. Gaskets are compressible sandwiched material in the form of sheets or rings pressed against the mating surface of the flange faces to create a static seal.

The principle mechanism of the gasket is to occupy the microscopic spaces and irregularities between the flange facing and form a seal that is designed to keep hold on liquids and gases. Gaskets are available in a variety of styles, shapes, sizes, material, etc. ASME B16.20 is designed specifically for Metallic and Semi Metallic Gaskets Pipeline flanges and ASME B16.21 is design specification for Non-Metallic Flat Gasket for Pipeline Flanges.


Flanges are mated together by use of suitable bolting products. This includes Hex Bolts, Screws, Studs, Nuts, Washers, and Pin, etc. The quantity will vary on size and pressure class of the pipeline flanges. Diameter, length is also dependent on the flange size & pressure class.

Widely used bolts in Process Piping & Oil-Gas Industries for ASME B16.5 Flanges are Stud Bolts. Stud Bolts with 2 nuts and washers as per requirement of bolting friction. ASME B16.5 & ASME B18.2.2 specification states bolting requirements for pipeline flanges with different material standards.


We have world class machinery to manufacture flanges. We have CNC, Lathe Machines as well as punch dyes required for manufacturing of flanges. The forgings are outsourced. We have in house testing facilities like Spectro machine, PMI Machine, Mechanical test, Hardness Test, Ultrasonic Testing, Hydrostatic Testing, Pressure testing, and manual inspection of gauge. Our product range also includes pipe fittings and fasteners which are considered piping accessories for a pipeline set up.

The production Raw material is subject to heat treatment for optimum use of a dye for processes ahead. Then the flanges are made as per dimensions specified in the ANSI Standards with a hub or without the addition of the hub. Then the flanges are machined and finished and then the marking process of the flanges is done.


As a flanges manufacturer we are backed by all world class certifications including ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007 & CE-PED 97/23/EC. We are also members of various renowned agencies and Chambers of Commerce including MASSMA, EEPC, FICCI, FIEO, Indian Merchants Chamber etc. We provide a __ year product replacement warranty for all pipe fittings exported from our company.

We guarantee the quality because 100% pipe fittings manufactured are checked in house for defects in quality and workmanship. Our quality program is a 3 layered independent department check for various factors, including Dimensional Check, Visual Inspection, and Finishing, Burr level, Leakage Test, Pressure Rating test, Chemical inspection and Mechanical properties verification. We are running at full capacity and sometimes outsource our job due to increased workload.


Our Flanges are packed in special and branded carton boxes and crates depending on the mode of transport. Flanges are wrapped with special thin plastic and beveled ends are protected with plastic caps. They are then packed in the cartons or wooden boxes. Socket weld ends are also protected by the caps for protection to the ends and the threads where applicable. It is important that the damages in transit are avoided and pipe fittings reach the customer in the same form as it is manufactured.

Thus we place a lot of emphasis on packing and packaging of the goods. Flanges carry various export documents such as the Commercial invoice, packing list, Test Reports, HS Code, Country of Origin attested by the chamber of commerce, Fumigation Certificate, Warranty Letter, and Base Material Certificates.

Each heat and lot of tube fittings are supplied with a material test certificate as per EN 10204 NACE 3.1 standards indicating the chemical and mechanical properties of the pipe fittings along with pressure rating. We also confirm the guarantee of the fittings supplied as per Purchase order specifications and attest the same in the Material Test Certificate. We also welcome any third party inspection from an agency nominated by the customer to comply with NACE 3.2 Certification if required by the customer at an extra cost. Free samples in Stainless steel and carbon steel can be provided upon request to gauge quality and finishing of our flanges against confirmed receipt of purchase order. We can also send photos upon request.