Welded fittings "SA"
Our SA series contains copper weld elbows according to [DIN 2607 - insert UK norm], torispherical heads for the pre-welding according to [DIN 28011 - insert UK norm here] and angle flaned wheels for pre-welding.
Maximum permissible operating pressures for copper pipes with SANHA® fittings for welding according to EN 1254-1
|Type of connection||Operating temperature||Outer pipe diameter|
|15...28 mm||35...54 mm||64...108 mm|
|Welding||30 °C||40 bar||25 bar||16 bar|
|65 °C||25 bar||16 bar||16 bar|
|110 °C||16 bar||10 bar||10 bar|
Please contact us at uksanhacom if you have any questions for applications or conditions outside the ones shown above.
With bigger pipe dimensions, welding can sometimes be more economical than hard soldering since heat is applied specifically to the area of the weld seam for a reliable connection. With hard soldering, the whole fitting has to be heated instead. This can be a lengthy and time-consuming process as heat is rapidly dissipated and consequently more gas will be consumed. Additionally, capillary solder fittings are not available for dimensions exceeding 108 mm outside diameter.
SANHA offers the following range of fittings for welding made of copper:
- Copper weld elbows according to [DIN 2607 - insert UK norm here], catalogue number 3k, dimensions: 35 x 1.5 mm up to 267 x 3 mm
- Torispherical heads for pre-welding according according to [DIN 28011 - insert UK norm], catalogue number KB, dimensions: 35 x 1.5 mm up to 267 x 3 mm
- Angle flanged wheels for pre-welding in accordance with [DIN 86341 - insert UK norm here], catalogue number WBS V, dimensions: 15 x 1.5 mm up to 267 x 3 mm
Areas of application
- Drinking water
- Gas and oil
- Waste water systems
- Solar systems