Where are alloy steel tubes suitable?

Alloy pipe is a kind of seamless steel pipe. Alloy pipe is divided into structural seamless pipe and high-pressure heat-resistant alloy pipe. The main difference is the production specifications of the alloy pipe and its industry. Annealing and tempering of the alloy pipe changes its mechanical function. Reach the required processing conditions. Its function is higher than that of ordinary seamless steel pipe. It has higher variability in use value. The chemical composition of alloy pipe contains more Cr. It has the functions of high temperature resistance, low temperature resistance and corrosion resistance. Ordinary carbon seamless pipes do not contain alloy components or may have very few alloy components. The reason why alloy pipes are widely used in petroleum, aerospace, chemical, power, boiler, military, and other occupations is because the mechanical functions of alloy pipes change and adjust well.

Alloy pipes have a hollow section, and many are used as pipelines for transporting fluids, such as pipelines that transport oil, natural gas, gas, water, machinery, and certain solid materials. Compared with solid steel such as round steel, alloy steel pipe has a lighter weight in terms of bending and torsional strength. Alloy steel pipe is an economical cross-section steel. It is widely used in the production of structural parts and mechanical parts, such as petroleum drill rods and car drive shafts. , Bicycle frames, and steel scaffolding for building construction.

Alloy steel pipes can be divided into round pipes and special-shaped pipes according to the different cross-sectional area shapes. Because the circular area is the largest under the condition that the circumference is flat, more fluid can be transported by the circular tube. In addition, the circular cross section is more uniform when subjected to internal or external radial pressure. Therefore, most steel pipes are round pipes.


Post time: Jan-07-2020