Lap Joint

Lap joint flanges feature a flat face and are always used in conjunction with a stub end.

Lap joint flanges resemble, in shape, slip-on flanges except for the radius at the crossing of the flange face and the bore to accommodate the flanged portion of the stub end.

A lap joint flange slips over the pipe and seats on the back of the stub end and the two are kept together by the pressure of the bolts.

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