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A335 P22 pipe is a kind of chrome moly pipes (ASME S/A335, Chrome-Moly) listed in ASTM A335, which has become a standard in the power generation industry and the petrochemical industry, not only because of its tensile strength, corrosion resistance and high-temperature strength, but also because of its cost-effectiveness.
During steel manufacturing, oxygen is forcibly injected into it to ledel. The oxygen combines with excess carbon and is released as a gas. Excess oxygen is, however, unavoidably left in the molten steel. This results in the formation of oxide…
Piping components are used to transporting various liquids that can be Flammable, Corrosive, Explosives, Volatile, Reactive and sometime Hazardous to human health that is why selection of proper pipe material is important.
During the manufacturing various Inspection & Testing are carried out on pipe fitting to ensure quality of the product.
Nominal Pipe Size Outside Diameter (O) Thickness (T) Raised Face Diameter (R) Length Thru Hub (Y) Point Of Weld Hub Diameter (X) Bore (B) Approximate Weight (lbs) Bolt Circle (C) Number of Holes Diameter of Holes 1/2 3.50 0.44 1.38…
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ASTM A53 Covers BLACK and hot-dipped GALVANIZED WELDED and SEAMLESS nominal size and wall pipe suitable for welding and for coiling, bending, flanging, and other forming operations.
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A question was put to the PM Engineer (PME) staff (one of SUPPLY HOUSE TIMES sister magazines) asking how nominal pipe size came to be. Here is the answer provided by PME Editorial Director Julius Ballanco.