2012....still no metric based threaded nozzles in the acat
You can migrate the catalog of Nozzles from 2011... but I don't understand why in 2012 there isn't this kind of nozzles.
I would like to understand your metric content requirement in detailed.
Can you describe the metric threaded flange standards that you are looking for?
Thanks & Regards,
Equipment often have threaded nozzles
Both male and female
in all types of threads...in Australia mainly BSP (NPT is often used also)
BSP and NPT are usually refered to only using the metric sizes [we call it a 50 not a 2" and not usually 2"(50) or 50(2")]
The nozzle.acat does not have nor does it look like it has capability to add THDM nozzles at all
It appears to have a couple of asme THDF nozzles, but they are inch based not metric (the edit inch cat in metric units is NOT satisfactory) and dont seem to work at all.
At the moment the only way i can get a male metric BSP nozzle is to add a piece of threaded pipe (unassigned) to equipment model...craps out the iso though
Thanks for your prompt reply!
I would like to work with you to address the issue.
I can help you to create the THRD flange in the nozzle catalog.
Thanks & Regards,
DN isn't the only "metric" size in use - metric OD (e.g. 60.3) is also needed, particularly with CSA based standards.
You can create in the nozzle catalog a copy of one of the exist DIN nozzles, and then change the END type to THDF or THDM.
thats a 4".....are you using a metric/imperial project.
I need metric nozzles....for a metric project
That also looks like 2012....need to finish the project in 2011
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