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Blind Flange Rentals

Cost-Effective Rental of Blind Flanges, Figure 8 Blinds, Paddle Blinds, Slip Blinds & More

Blind flanges are essential when terminating a pipeline, capping off unused branches, or temporarily blocking flow for hydrostatic testing or maintenance. When you need high-quality blind flanges for a project, but cannot justify purchasing them for only a few uses, consider our blind flange rentals from Hydro Blind Solutions. We stock a variety of types and sizes, and we ship both nationwide and worldwide.

Hydro Blind Solutions has been a leading provider of isolation piping products for over 40 years. We machine all of our products in-house for the highest quality possible, and we can keep your project moving forward with fast delivery and guaranteed 24-hour call-out services.

To request a quote for blind flange rentals anywhere in the U.S. or the world, call 409-736-7665 today or contact us online.

Types of Blind Flanges

Blind flanges bolt onto the last flange of a piping system, with a gasket between the pipe flange and the blind, to create a leak-free seal that terminates that section of pipe. The most common types of blind flanges available include flat face blind flanges, raised face blind flanges, and ring type joint blind flanges. At Hydro Blind Solutions, we offer cost-effective rentals of raised face and ring type joint blind flanges, and here is how they differ:

  • Blind Flange RF A raised face blind looks similar to a flat face blind, but the center section inside the flange is raised to create a better sealing surface around the perimeter.
  • Blind Flange RTJ – A blind flange with a ring type joint also has a raised face, but just inside the face, a groove is machined to accept a metal seal. RTJ blind flanges offer better performance in high-pressure piping systems.

In addition to blind flange rentals, we also offer Blind Flange RF and Blind Flange RTJ purchases, as well as custom blind flange machining services for specialty applications.

Our Blind Flange Rentals

When you need high-quality blind flanges for your pipeline project, call our team at Hydro Blind Solutions. We offer blind flange rentals ranging in size from half an inch to over 90 inches in Class 150#, 300#, 600#, 900#, 1500#, and 2500# designations. We feature both carbon steel and stainless steel blind flanges, conforming to the following specifications:

ANSI B16.5 Blind Flange Rental

ASME B16.47 Series A & B Blind Flange Rental

We also offer rentals of figure 8 blinds, paddle blinds, paddle spacers, vented paddle blinds, purge paddle blinds, bleed rings, and more.

To learn more about our blind flanges and their features, call 409-736-7665 today or visit us online.

Industries We Serve

We’ve worked with a lot of businesses worldwide to get them the blind flanges they need. We make sure that you get the best out there so you can get your jobs done quickly and efficiently. Some of the industries that we’ve worked with are:

  • Refinery
  • Pipeline
  • Construction
  • Oilfield
  • Fabrication
  • Engineering
  • Offshore drilling
  • Liquefied natural gas (LNG)

Call Hydro Blind Solutions for Blind Flange Rentals Today

Make your pipeline project more budget-friendly with blind flange rentals from Hydro Blind Solutions. Our experts can help you determine the best blind flanges for your application, and we will ship them out fast, nationwide or worldwide, to minimize costly delays on the job. We feature the highest-quality materials and products for proven, leak-free performance, along with excellent customer service that has earned us impressive reviews from our clients.

Let us be your trusted partner for all your isolation piping needs. Schedule your blind flange rental today by calling 409-736-7665 or contacting us online!

Blind Flange Rentals FAQs

What are blind flanges?

Blind flanges are solid disks used to create a stop or block off a pipeline. They’re machined in the same way as regular flanges: The gasket sealing rings are machined into the mating surfaces and the mounting holes are around the perimeters. Unlike regular flanges, blind flanges do not have an opening that allows fluid to pass through. This lets them be placed between two open flanges and be used to block off a pipeline’s liquid flow.

Hydro Blind Solutions keeps an extensive inventory of blind flanges ready to ship to you from our Port Arthur, Texas facility.

What are the benefits of installing blind flanges?

A much more cost-efficient way to seal a pipe when doing repairs, blind flanges are also convenient to install and can save your business a good amount of time and money. They are useful because valves are often located extremely far apart, even miles from where the work is being done. A blind flange allows crews to stop the flow of liquid much closer to the job site.

Many pipeline contractors incorporate a blind flange into the end of a pipeline to allow for continuation or expansion.

What is the difference between a blind flange and a blank flange?

Blind flanges have no opening to allow fluid to pass through.

How many types of blind flanges are there?

Hydro Blind Solutions offers carbon steel and stainless steel blind flanges in a variety of sizes and pressure classes. The key types of blind flanges we rent and sell are paddle blinds, spectacle blinds, vented paddle blinds, and more.

Which is better, a blind flange rental or blind flange purchase?

It depends on current and future needs. Most projects involve a lot of moving pieces, but parts and tools are only used for a small portion of the job. Renting a blind flange for a few days or weeks can make a lot more sense than purchasing one.

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