Angle Rings and Flanges

Angle Rings Construction Standards and Technical Data

Steel Angle Flanges are pressed or rolled and used widely in joining ductwork together in dust and fume control work. All angle rings are unpainted, mild steel (Galvanized, Stainless Steel and Aluminum available). Standard rings come punched with holes (un-punched available). Dimensions shown are typical. Nearly any bolt hole circle or hole size is available. Spiral Manufacturing Co., Inc offers a complete line of neoprene precut and punched gaskets or duct seal mastics. We also offer a full line of fabricated rectangular flanges punched or un-punched. For any other questions consult Factory.

Angle Rings

Typical Angle Iron Ring Dimensions
Any size bolt hole, bolt circle, or material available.

angle-ring-cross-sectionVanstone Flanges are a very practical and labor saving method for connecting Spiral duct and Fittings. Van Stone connections consist of a face flange, and a backing flange, with a slip fit over duct. The face flange is mechanically formed from the end of duct section by turning the edge of the duct and forming a “lip” with an outside diameter small enough to clear the connecting bolts, as shown on the illustration. Spiral Manufacturing Co., Inc. has a special design built machine to automatically square up and turn the face flange for a perfect factory installed Van FlangesStone Flange (see video).
The complete joint consists of two matching sets of face and backing flanges. If the duct wall selection for an industrial duct application is based on an “un-stiffened” design, the backing flanges may remain unattached with respect to the duct wall (standard). If the design requires a stiffening contribution from the flanged joint, flanges must be stitch welded to the duct wall per your specifications to ensure a dependable load sharing mechanism between the duct wall and the joint.