With technological improvements over the past decades, the power of industry-standard materials has grown significantly. One of the common materials suitable for higher temperature applications is grade material or P9. To endure the harsh conditions, the final step in this superheater will be carried in pipes and steam to the turbine. It necessitates primary materials… Continue reading Guide to Alloy Steel P9 Pipes
The construction industry is often utilizing Mild steel pipes for a long period. These Mild steel pipes have less carbon content like 0.25 percent in them. To make them long-lasting and robust in harsh conditions these pipes are manufactured with coatings of metals pains and varnish also other materials including in the production to avoid… Continue reading Properties and Applications of Mild Steel Pipes
Alloys are considered to be the big family which includes Inconel and Incoloy as part of it. They have different features while also sharing others. As it provides corrosion resistance and oxidation resistance as well as mechanical strength at highest temperatures it is known as high performance alloy. Structure is the most important fundamental difference… Continue reading Difference between Inconel 600 and Incoloy 800
Grades – A grade is a division within a form of seamless or ERW pipe that specifies mechanical properties such as minimum yield and tensile strength. ASTM-106 Grade C has greater tensile and yield power than Grades A and B. The ASTM A106 Grade C Pipe is a high pressure and high-temperature stainless steel pipe.… Continue reading Uses and Advantages of ASTM A106 Gr C Pipe
What is stainless steel 446? Stainless steel 446 is a solid material useful in the production of seamless pipes. Here, stainless steel or SS acts as a billet, and after performing various procedures like heating, pushing, or pulling, pipe is produced. Seamless pipes are hollow structures manufactured by processing the metal to its length. Along… Continue reading What are the features of ss 446 seamless pipe?
The Chrome Moly Alloy A335 Seamless P9 Piping and all the alloy steel P9 products are supplied in order to meet your company needs. Economic growth in the steel industry has led to an increased demand for P9 in recent years. We are not only capable of meeting the demand for this P9 high pressure… Continue reading About P9 Products & ASTM A335 P9 Seamless Pipes
Stainless Steel 321 is titanium settled austenitic stainless steel with a higher overall corrosion resistance. It has a remarkable intergranular corrosion resistance at temperatures of 800–1500 degrees F (427–816 degrees C) in chromium carbide precipitation. Stainless Steel 321 Seamless Pipes retains oxidation to 1500 degrees F (816 degrees C) and has higher creep and stress… Continue reading Uses and Advantages of Stainless Steel 321 Seamless Pipes
The ASTM A312 standard includes seamless and welded austenitic stainless steel pipes used for high temperature and/or corrosive environments (the most common grades are 304/304L and 316/316L). In this article, the chemical and mechanical properties of the ASTM A312 requirements are discussed. ASTM A312 Stainless Steel Seamless Pipes are used for high-temperature applications where corrosion… Continue reading Common Types of ASTM A312 Stainless Steel Seamless Pipes