Tubular Sight Glass
Tubular Sight Glass is used for monitoring flow in pipelines for a wide range of applications. These Sight Flow Indicators are bi-directional type and easy to install in any orientation. Full view type Sight Glass Flow Indicators is widely used for corrosive chemicals, acids and colored liquids.
Tubular Sight Glass installed vertically or horizontally in the middle of any kind of non transparent pipeline and are very convenient & easy to observe the flow from any direction.
Tubular Full View Sight Glass (Sight Flow Indicators) are generally used in processes, where spot required to detect presence of media, or to visual inspect color, clarity, turbidity, or other critical characteristics.
Full View Sight Glass provides a quick, reliable and economical way to verify the flow of liquids through industrial process pipe lines. Full View Sight Glass is available with different length of glass from 4” (100mm) to 8” (200mm) long.
Design & Testing International Standard of Tubular Sight Glass
|Design Std.||:||MVS Standard|
|Pressure Testing||:||As per Mfg. Standard|
|Face To Face||:||Mfg. Standard|
|Flange Drilling||:||ANSI B 16.5 / BS 10 Table / DIN / IS 6392|
|Pressure Rating||:||125#, 150#|
|Size Range||:||40mm (1½”) To 100mm (4”) In Bar stock up to 200 mm|
MOC (Bill of Material – BOM)
|Body Flange||:||ASTM A 516 GR. 60/70 Carbon Steel Plate|
|:||ASTM A 105 (Forged Carbon Steel)|
|:||IS 2062 GR. A/B MS Plate|
|:||ASTM A 240 TYPE 304/316 (Stainless Steel 304/316 Plate)|
|:||ASTM A 240 TYPE 304L/316L (Stainless Steel 304L/316L Plate)|
|Pillar Rod||:||M.S. / C.S.|
|:||ASTM A 276 T – 304 / 316 (SS 304 / SS 316)|
|:||ASTM A 276 T – 304L / 316L (SS 304L / SS 316L)|
|Bolts / Stud & Nuts||:||ASTM A 193 GR. B7 / A 194 GR. 2H|
Wide View Area to Inspect the Fluid
Tempered Borosilicate glass standard
Available in all most all M.O.C.
Glass Length available from 100MM To 200MM
Sizes Range from 15MM To 100 MM In Bar Stock up to 300 mm (12″)
Pressure Rating PN 6
Design & Testing As Per Mfg. Standard
Flange Drilling as per ANSI B 16.5 / BS 10 Table / DIN / IS Std.