Alloy steel A213 T17 tubing is an important type of metal for many industrial applications and repairs. It is composed primarily of carbon and iron but contains other alloying elements like chromium, nickel, titanium, vanadium and phosphorus to increase material hardness and strength while improving corrosion resistance. This particular alloy has a higher concentration of chromium and carbon than standard grades, which allows it to withstand more stress at higher temperatures. Ultimately, this makes it a superior choice for high-pressure boilers, superheaters and steam pipes.
Alloy steel A213 T17 tubing is an excellent choice for various industrial purposes. Its properties make it a durable option for both fabrication and repair. It has excellent weldability, high formability, good fatigue strength, great wear resistance and offers superior corrosion resistance. This tubing can be used for heat exchangers, pressure vessels, boilers, process pipelines and valve components. The material in this tubing provides greater strength than carbon steel or stainless steel pipes or tubes and has better thermal conductivity, so its energy efficiency is improved when heat must be transferred. With diverse applications and strong compatibility with other materials, A213 T17 alloy steel tubing is an invaluable asset to any organization that deals with piping and ventilation systems.
The pressure rating of Alloy Steel A213 T17 Tubing is up to 45,000 psi and its maximum temperature is 1,100°F (593°C).
No, Alloy Steel A213 T17 Tubing does not corrode easily. It has excellent corrosion resistance due to its alloyed steel composition.
The appropriate welding technique for Alloy Steel A213 T17 Tubing is GTAW (Gas tungsten arc welding).
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