Heat resistant pipe

The quality of steel pipes that can maintain chemical stability (corrosion resistance) at high temperatures is called the thermal stability of steel.

The quality of steel having sufficient strength at high temperatures is called the thermal strength of steel. Steel pipes with thermal stability and thermal strength are called heat-resistant steel pipes. Including anti-oxidation steel pipe and heat-strength steel pipe.

Heat-resistant steel pipes are often used to manufacture parts and components that work at high temperatures in industrial sectors such as boilers, steam turbines, power machinery, industrial furnaces, and aviation and petrochemical industries.

Specifications of heat resistant pipe

StandardASTM A778,ASTM A789,DIN 17456,DIN17457,DIN 17459,JIS G3459
Material316L, 316N,201,202,310S,316,316Ti,
Outer diameter10mm~914.4mm
Out Diameter6-630mm
EndsPolish, Satin, PVD and Golden
TechniqueCold Drawn, Cold Rolled, Welded

Heat resistant metal pipe

When transporting strongly corrosive or high-temperature media, use seamless steel pipes made of stainless, acid-resistant steel, or heat-resistant steel. Among them, seamless steel pipes can also be hot-rolled or cold-drawn into smaller-sized pipes. The maximum working temperature of the heat-resistant steel pipe is 850℃.

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