|Products name||Floor flange|
|Holes||three or hour holes|
|size||1/2, 3/4, 1 inch|
|Certificate||ISO9001, PED, ASMI|
The floor flange is fixed on the wooden or concrete floor.
A commonly used building and pipe fittings, floor flanges fix utility poles, pillars, beams,
and sanitary ware on the floor of a building.
Building flanges are usually installed on the floor surface, and pipe flanges pass through the floor to form the installation points of sanitary equipment and the joints between them and the sewer or sewer system.
Building floor flanges provide floor installation points for any number of vertical components, including handrails, flagpoles and light poles, and decorative posts. These flanges are usually combined with integral flanges and sockets. The flat flange is drilled with several mounting holes, and the sleeve can also be drilled to accept locking bolts. These flanges are fixed to the wooden or concrete floor by screws, bolts or anchors that pass through the flange mounting holes.
Then slide the column supported by the flange into the socket and lock it in place with grub screws, bolts, adhesives, or even welds. For structural steel beams, the most common floor is the square or square metal plate pipe floor flange bolted to the floor, which is used as the installation point and joint of the bathroom.
Also known as a closet flange, it usually consists of an integral or modular pipe/flange combination designed to connect the toilet trap to the sewage pipe and provide an installation point for the toilet. Various materials and finishes are used in the construction of floor flanges. Most construction flanges are made of stainless steel, brass, or cast iron, usually decorated with decorative plating and decorative decoration