Alloy steel A335 P12 pipes is composed of an alloy of carbon, manganese, silicon, and molybdenum. The presence of molybdenum provides this type of steel with higher temperature tolerance, strength, and strength-to-weight ratio, while additional components such as chromium, nickel, and niobium increase its resistance to corrosion. While the ASTM standard designation for this type of steel is A335/A335M, it is often referred to as P12 chrome moly pipe on a more general basis. An important mechanical property characteristic of p12 alloy steel pipes is their low thermal expansion rate, making them suitable for working at high temperatures. Typical applications in the engineering industry include power plants, petrochemical plants and other process industries requiring piping systems that can withstand constant large temperatures and pressures.
A335 P12 Alloy Steel Pipes offer various advantages and uses across many industries. The pipes boast superior mechanical properties, excellent strength-to-weight ratios and weldability, making them ideal for high-stress applications such as oil refinery equipment, boilers and even water supply systems. Additionally, these pipes offer greater corrosion resistance than their standard alloy counterparts in certain environments, providing an extra layer of protection against the elements. Additionally, these pipes are highly adaptable to any unique design modifications due to their ductility and easily malleable nature. No matter the use - whether it's for automotive or aerospace applications - AS A335 P12 Pipes add lasting value due to their durability and long lifespan.
Alloy steel a335 p12 pipes Starts From Rs. 250/Kilogram To Rs. 300/Kilogram
The pressure rating of Alloy Steel A335 P12 Pipes is up to 60,000 psi and its maximum temperature is 800°F (427°C).
No, Alloy Steel A335 P12Pipes do not corrode easily. It has excellent corrosion resistance due to its alloyed steel composition.
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