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Alloy pipe

Alloy pipe is a kind of seamless steel pipe, its performance is much higher than the general seamless steel pipe, because this steel pipe inside containing Cr, high temperature resistance, low temperature, corrosion-resistant performance of other non-pipe joints not match, so the more extensive use of alloy tube in the petroleum, aerospace, chemical, electric power, boiler, military, and other industries.

ASTM A335 alloy steel pipe

ASTM A335 seamless ferritic alloy-steel pipe for high-temperature service.

ASTM A213 alloy tube

ASTM A213 Alloy Tubes are been widely used in high temperature services especially for the boiler and superheater.

ASTM A333 alloy pipes

ASTM A333 (ASME S/A-333) Pipe grades permit low temperature service.

Non alloy steel tubes

Non-alloy steel tubes with specified room temperature properties.

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The alloy steel pipe adopts high quality carbon steel, alloy structural steel and stainless & heat resisting steel as raw material through hot rolling or cold drawn to be made.

Alloy pipes stock

Alloy steel pipe is a kind of seamless steel pipe, its performance is much higher than the general seamless steel pipe, because this steel pipe inside containing

Alloy pipes specification and Size

Alloy steel is a series of alloy which its main content is steel. To add different metal elements with different ratios in steel can change the mechanical properties of alloy steel.

The main applications of alloy steel pipe is power station, nuclear power plant, high pressure boiler, high temperature superheater and re-heater coil etc. of high temperature pipeline and equipments.

The advantages of alloy steel pipe: 100% recycled, it is suitable for the national strategy of environmental protection, energy-saving and resource-saving. Therefore, the national policy encourages the expansion of the high pressure alloy steel pipe applications.

At present, the proportion of the total alloy steel tube is half of the developed countries. The applications of alloy steel pipe provide a broad space for the industry development. According to the research of the China association of special steel alloy pipe expert group, our country’s high pressure alloy steel pipe material demand grows by an average of up to 10-12%.

Developed with advance technology, these products are in compliance with the defined parameters of the industry. These offered alloy pipes are available with us in divergent sizes and specifications meeting divergent demands of the clients.

Further, information regarding offered pipes are is given below:

Description: alloy steel pipe, alloy seamless steel pipe, alloy welded pipe,seamless alloy steel pipe,alloy pipe,alloy steel tube

Outside Diameter: 6 mm-1080mm
Wall tihckness: 1mm-60mm
Length: 5.8m,6m,11.8m,12m or as your requirement


ASTM/ ASME

American Society for Testing and Materials(ASTM), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

DescriptionStandardDimension
(mm)
Steel code/ Steel grade
Carbon and alloy steel mechanical tubing, either hot-finished or cold-finishedASTM A51920-180 x 2-30A1, C
Seamless Ferritic and Austenitic Alloy Steel Boiler, Superheater and Heat-exchanger TubesASTM A213 0910.3-426 x 1.0-36T5, T5b, T9 , T11, T22 ,T91
Seamless Carbon and Alloy Steel for Mechanical TubingASTM A3331/4″-42″ x SCH20-XXSGrade1 Gr. 3,Gr..6, Gr.8 , Gr. 9
Seamless ferritic alloy-steel pipe for high-temperature serviceASTM 335/335M1/4″-42″ x SCH20-XXSP5, P9 ,P11, P91, P22, P92

DIN/EN- European Standards for steel

Germany Safety(GS), Deutsches Institut für Normung(DIN)

Product nameExecutive standardDimension (mm)Steel code/ Steel grade
Seamless Steel Tubes for Elevated TemperatureDIN 1717510-762 x 1.0-120St35.8,St45.8, 10CrMo910, 15Mo3, 13CrMo44, STPL340, STB410, STB510, WB36
Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposesEN102164.0-60.0 x 0.5-8
5-7 m manufacturing lenght
P235GH TC1, P235GH TC2, 16Mo3
Seamless precision steel tube applicationsEN 10305-113.5-165.1 x 1.8-4.85St33.2
Seamless Precision Steel TubeDIN 23914.0-60.0 x 0.5-8St35, St45, St52

JIS

Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS) specifies the standards used for industrial activities in Japan.

Product nameExecutive standardDimension (mm)Steel code/ Steel grade
Carbon steel/Alloy steel boiler and heat exchanger tubesJIS G3461,219.05-114.3 x 2.0-14G3461(STB340, STB410, STB510)
G3462(STBA22, STBA23)
Heat resistant alloy steel pipes that are used for high temperature conveying fluid pipes for heaters and boiler tubes.JIS G345810.5-660.4 mmSTPA 12, STPA 20, STPA 22, STPA 23, STPA 24, STPA 25, STPA 26

Recommended alloy steel pipes

SunnySteel supplier alloy steel pipes & tubes as ASTM A213,A335 and A333 used for many different purposes.


Alloying Elements

Commonly used alloying elements and their effects are listed in the table given below.

Alloying ElementsEffect on the Properties
ChromiumIncreases Resistance to corrosion   and oxidation. Increases hardenability and wear resistance. Increases high   temperature strength.
NickelIncreases hardenability. Improves   toughness. Increases impact strength at low temperatures.
MolybdenumIncreases hardenability, high   temperature hardness, and wear resistance. Enhances the effects of other   alloying elements. Eliminate temper brittleness in steels. Increases high   temperature strength.
ManganeseIncreases hardenability. Combines   with sulfur to reduce its adverse effects.
VanadiumIncreases hardenability, high   temperature hardness, and wear resistance. Improves fatigue resistance.
TitaniumStrongest carbide former. Added to   stainless steel to prevent precipitation of chromium carbide.
SiliconRemoves oxygen in steel making.   Improves toughness. Increases hardness ability
BoronIncreases hardenability. Produces   fine grain size.
AluminumForms nitride in nitriding steels.   Produces fine grain size in casting. Removes oxygen in steel melting.
CobaltIncreases heat and wear   resistance.
TungstenIncreases hardness at elevated   temperatures. Refines grain size.

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The most important and desired changes in alloy steel are:

Alloy steels are made by combining carbon steel with one or several alloying elements, such as manganese, silicon, nickel, titanium, copper, chromium and aluminum. These metals are added to produce specific properties that are not found in regular carbon steel. The elements are added in varying proportions (or combinations) making the material take on different aspects such as increased hardness, increased corrosion resistance, increased strength, improved formability (ductility); the weldability can also change.

  • Increased hardenability.
  • Increased corrosion resistance.
  • Retention of hardness and strength.

Nearly all alloy steels require heat treatment in order to bring out their best properties.

Alloying Elements & Their Effects

  • Chromium – Adds hardness. Increased toughness and wear resistance.
  • Cobalt – Used in making cutting tools; improved Hot Hardness (or Red Hardness).
  • Manganese – Increases surface hardness. Improves resistance to strain, hammering & shocks.
  • Molybdenum – Increases strength. Improves resistance to shock and heat.
  • Nickel – Increases strength & toughness. Improves corrosion resistance.
  • Tungsten – Adds hardness and improves grain structure. Provides improved heat resistance.
  • Vanadium – Increases strength, toughness and shock resistance. Improved corrosion resistance.
  • Chromium-Vanadium – Greatly improved tensile strength. It is hard but easy to bend and cut.

Pipes, Tubes and Hollow SectionsNorms:

  • API 5L – Line Pipe
  • ASTM A 53 – Black and Hot-Dipped, Zinc-Coated, Welded and Seamless, Steel Pipe
  • ASTM A 106 – Seamless Carbon Steel Pipe for High-Temperature Service
  • ASTM A 213 – Seamless Ferritic and Austenitic Alloy-Steel Boiler, Superheater, and Heat-Exchanger Tubes
  • ASTM A 269 – Seamless and Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel Tubing for General Service
  • ASTM A 312 – Seamless, Welded, and Heavily Cold Worked Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipes
  • ASTM A 333 – Seamless and Welded Steel Pipe for Low-Temperature Service
  • ASTM A 335 – Seamless Ferritic Alloy-Steel Pipe for High-Temperature Service
  • ASTM A 358 – Electric-Fusion-Welded Austenitic Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Pipe for High-Temperature Service and General Applications
  • ASTM A 671 – Electric-Fusion-Welded Steel Pipe for Atmospheric and Lower Temperatures
  • ASTM A 672 – Electric-Fusion-Welded Steel Pipe for High-Pressure Service at Moderate Temperatures
  • ASTM A 790 – Seamless and Welded Ferritic/Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipe
  • ASTM A 928 – Ferritic/Austenitic (Duplex) Stainless Steel Pipe Electric Fusion Welded with Addition of Filler Metal
  • EN 10208-2 – Steel pipes for pipelines for combustible fluids – Part 2: Pipes of requirement class B
  • EN 10210-1/2 – Hot finished structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain steels
  • EN 10216-1 – Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes – Part 1: Non-alloy steel tubes with specified room temperature properties
  • EN 10216-2 – Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes – Part 2: Non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified elevated temperature properties
  • EN 10217-1 – Welded steel tubes for pressure purposes – Part 1: Non-alloy steel tubes with specified room temperature properties
  • EN 10217-2 – Welded steel tubes for pressure purposes – Part 2: Electric welded non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified elevated temperature properties
  • EN 10219-1/2 – Cold formed welded structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain steels
  • EN 10297-1 – Seamless circular steel tubes for mechanical and general engineering purposes – Part 1 Non-alloy and alloy steel tubes

Grade:

  • API 5L Gr. A, B, X42, X52, X60, X65, X70
  • ASTM A 53 Gr. A, Gr. B
  • ASTM A106 Gr. A, B, C
  • ASTM A 213 TP 304, 304L, 304H, 316, 316L, 316H, 321, 321H, T5, T9, T11
  • ASTM A 269 TP 304, 304L, 304H, 316, 316L, 316H, 321, 321H
  • ASTM A 312 TP 304, 304L, 304H, 316, 316L, 316H, 321, 321H
  • ASTM A 333 Gr. 3, Gr. 6 ASTM A 335 P1, P2, P5, P9, P11, P12, P22, P91, P92
  • ASTM A 358 TP 304, 304L, 304H, 316, 316L, 316H, 321, 321H
  • ASTM A 671 CC 60, CC 65, CC 70
  • ASTM A 672 CC 60, CC 65, CC 70
  • ASTM 790 UNS S31803, UNS S32205, UNS S32750, UNS S32760
  • ASTM A928
  • EN 10208-2 L245, L 290, L360
  • EN 10210-1 S235 JRH, S275 JOH, S275 J2H, S355 JOH, S355 J2H
  • EN 10216-1 P235 TR1/2
  • EN 10216-2 P235 GH, P265 GH
  • EN 10217-1 P235 TR1/2, P275 TR1/2
  • EN 10217-2 P235 GH, P265 GH
  • EN 10219-1 S235 JRH, S275 JOH, S275 J2H, S355 JOH, S355 J2H
  • EN 10297-1 E235, E275, E315, E355, E470

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