Tech & service

We are specialized in offering precision engineered alloy pipes, which are used in various engineering applications and can be availed in various grades like.

Why bevel a pipe?

A standard pipe bevel angle for welding is 37.5 degrees. Other angles and special forms such as J-Bevels can also be produced on the ends of pipe or tube using automatic beveling machines.
We can apply any type of Bevel to any degree required. Beveling can applied to the face of any size or diameter of pipe. Beveling of pipe or tubing is most commonly used to prepare the ends for welding. It can also be used for deburring the cut ends for safety and aesthetic reasons.


Range applications of Alloy pipes

Alloy steel pipes are ubiquitous and can be found underground and within residential walls, laboratories, and commercial and industrial structures. Alloy steel pipe transport fluids including water, natural gas, waste and air. Three manufacturing methods exist to produce steel pipes.


How to produce the steel pipes?

There are two types of steel tubing: welded and seamless. Either type may be made of any alloy of steel that is formable. Welded tube requires that the alloy can be welded. Welded tubing begins as a flat strip. Seamless tubing starts in a melting furnace.


How to packing the alloy pipes

There are probably hundreds of different methods for packing alloy pipes, and most of them have merit, but there are two principles that are vital for any method to work prevent rusting and Sea transportation security.


ASTM A519-89/ASME SA519 Standard specification

ASTM A519- specification covers for several grades of carbon and alloy steel mechanical tubing, either hot-finished or cold-finished.


EN 10216-1 standard

EN 10216-1 standard specifies Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes.

  • ASTM A213 T11 Seamless alloy pipe
    ASTM A213 T11 Standard covers seamless ferritic and austenitic steel boiler, superheater, and heat-exchanger tubes.