Category Archives: Angle Flanges

It’s DUCT Season!

Need duct component parts? Albina is the largest distributor of angle flanges west of the Rocky Mountains! Over the last few months, Albina has supplied thousands of angle rings in various diameters and out of various material sizes all for the Intel project in Oregon.

If you have the need we will have the stock! Give us a call, we will help you connect your ducting.

Stocked items (angle rings, plate flanges and cut-offs) can be ordered online for your convenience. These stocked items, as well as our non-stocked items, can also be ordered via phone, email or fax.

Albina can drop ship Clamp Together Ducting and Standard Component Parts direct to your location. Albina’s inventory helps local contractors save time and expense with standardized component parts. Stocked parts are available for immediate shipment which means you can complete your project on time without costly delays. Non-standard component parts can be ordered or fabricated upon special request.

Did You Know That Albina Co., Inc. is the Largest Distributor of Angle Flanges West of the Rocky Mountains?

We have thousands of angle flanges in stock as well as numerous other component parts for your duct collection and air handling systems. If you need angle flanges or angle rings for a project, Albina Co., Inc. is your source. We can supply you with carbon flanges as well as stainless flange. We stock 3” – 72” diameter rings in carbon steel and can get you any special order items you might have (larger rings, odd size material, no holes, etc). We even have a small stock of stainless flanges that are the most common sizes we sell, we can also bring in any size stainless flange you may require (that we don’t have in stock).

Connect with Albina! We can provide you with all of your angle flange connection needs!

Online Ordering for HVAC Component Parts Available NOW!

Albina Co., Inc. has developed an online ordering program for Duct System and Component Parts.

Stocked items (angle rings, plate flanges and cut-offs) can now be ordered online for your convenience. These stocked items, as well as our non-stocked items, can also be ordered via phone, email or fax. Streamline your ordering process by logging onto our website to request an account and begin the online ordering process.

Order Your HVAC Component Parts Today Online!

Albina Co., Inc. has developed an online ordering program for Duct System and Component Parts. Albina has been a distributor of component parts for dust and air handling systems for 45 years!

Stocked items (angle rings, plate flanges and cut-offs) can now be ordered online for your convenience. These stocked items, as well as our non-stocked items, can also be ordered via phone, email or fax. Albina’s number one goal is to provide superior customer service and an online ordering program will streamline your ordering process. Log onto our website to request an account and begin the online ordering process.

We have had several customers sign up to date and the new online tool has really streamlined the ordering process.

Online Ordering for Duct Systems and Component Parts Coming Soon!

Albina Co., Inc. is in the process of developing an online ordering program for Duct System and Component Parts. Albina’s number one goal is to provide superior customer service and an online ordering program will streamline your ordering process. We are in the process of testing the new system and hope to roll it out by month’s end. Stay tuned for more details!

Pressed vs. Rolled Flanges (angle flanges, rolled angle, component parts)

Albina is happy to announce a change to the standard angle flanges we stock. Due to the high demand for rolled angle flanges vs pressed angle flanges, Albina now stocks rolled flanges ranging from 6″ – 72″. Flanges measuring 4″ and 5″ in diameter can also be provided in a rolled condition as a special order item. The biggest reason that we are finding companies needing rolled flanges vs. pressed flanges is that companies can’t have the gap between the pipe and the flange. This gap asks as a moisture trap and can drastically reduce the lifespan of the flange connection. Customers are also reporting that rolled flanges are easier to paint and also easier to Vanstone- the sharp rolled corner acts as a break in the Vanstone process.

Please call us or email us for a quote.