Round Seamless Alloy Steel Pipe A335 P9 Black 3'' SCH40 Plain End
Size : 1/4''-48''
||High quality ASTM/API 5L Seamless carbon steel pipes
||Size 1/4” to 24” Outside Diameter 13.7 mm to 609.6 mm
||API5L , ASTM A106 Gr.B, ASTM A53 Gr.B, ASTM A179/A192/A213/A210 /370 WP91, WP11,WP22 GB5310-2009, GB3087-2008,GB6479-2013, GB9948-2013, GB/T8163-2008, GB8162-2008,GB/T17396-2009
||API5L ISO 9001:2008 TUV SGS BV etc
||SCH10, SCH20, SCH30, STD, SCH40, SCH60, SCH80, SCH100 SCH120, SCH160, XS, XXS
||Carbon steel, Low carbon steel, Mild steel.
||Loose package, Packaged in bundles(3Ton Max) , bundled pipes with two slings at the both end for easy loading and discharging, End with Plastic caps
||Carbon steel seamless pipes :Rust-proof black painting
||Standard marking, or according to your request. Marking Method: Spray white paint
||Under 2 inch plain end. 2 inch and above Beveled.
Single Random Length and double Random Length.
SRL:3M-5.8M DRL:10-11.8M or As clients requested length
||TT, LC at sight, etc.
||1. Fluid pipe
2. Power Plant
3. Structure pipe
4. High and low pressure Boiler tube
5. Seamless steel tubes for petroleum cracking
6. Conduit pipe
7. Scaffolding pipe pharmaceutical and ship building etc.
||Asia, Middle East, Europe, America, Africa, Australia, etc.
An Alloy Steel Pipe is used in applications which require moderate corrosion resistance properties with good durability
and at an economical cost. To simply put it, alloy pipes are preferred in those areas where carbon steel pipes may fail.
There are two classes of alloy steels - high alloys and low alloy steels. Pipes that constitute low alloy steels have an alloying
content that ranges below 5%. Whereas the alloying content of a high alloy steel would range between 5% to about 50%.
Similar to most alloys the working pressure ability of an Alloy Steel Seamless Pipe is about 20% higher than a welded pipe.
So in applications that have a higher working pressure as a prerequisite, the use of a seamless pipe is justified. Though stronger
than a welded pipe, the cost is much higher. Furthermore, the risk of intergranular corrosion at the heat affected weld zone is more
in a welded product. The visible difference between an Alloy Steel Welded Pipe and a seamless product is the latitudinal seam along
the length of the pipe. However, today, with the advancement in technology, the seam present on the Alloy Steel ERW Pipe could
considerably be reduced via means of a surface treatment, such that it remains invisible to human eyes.
Packing Details : Regular shipping packaging or depends on customer's requirement
Delivery Details : 7-30 days after the PO