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Carbon Steel DIN 17175 Pipes

Carbon Steel DIN 17175 Pipes

Carbon Steel Din 17175 pipes are made of various elements, including carbon, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, silicon, and molybdenum. The carbon content in these pipes typically ranges from 0.10% to 0.30%, and the manganese content ranges from 0.25% to 1.20%. The phosphorus and sulfur content is usually kept low, below 0.025% and 0.025%, respectively, to reduce the risk of corrosion. The silicon content typically ranges from 0.10% to 0.30%. It improves the hardenability and formability of the material, while the molybdenum content ranges from 0.45% to 0.60%, and enhances the material's overall strength and toughness. The specific chemical composition of Din 17175 Carbon Steel pipes may vary depending on the manufacturer and the intended application.

Carbon Steel Din pipes 17175 are widely used in high-pressure pipelines, boilers, and other applications that require high strength, durability, and resistance to high temperatures, corrosion, and abrasion. The pipes are known for their excellent mechanical properties, high tensile strength, toughness, and good weldability. The presence of silicon and molybdenum in the chemical composition of CS Din 17175 pipes enhances the material's hardenability and formability, allowing for easy fabrication and shaping into various piping systems. The low phosphorus and sulfur content also helps reduce the risk of corrosion, making the pipes suitable for use in harsh, high-temperature environments.17175 Carbon Steel Din pipes are famous for various industrial applications requiring high-performance, long-lasting pipes.

Carbon Steel Din 17175 pipes are made of various elements, including carbon, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, silicon, and molybdenum. The carbon content in these pipes typically ranges from 0.10% to 0.30%, and the manganese content ranges from 0.25% to 1.20%. The phosphorus and sulfur content is usually kept low, below 0.025% and 0.025%, respectively, to reduce the risk of corrosion. The silicon content typically ranges from 0.10% to 0.30%. It improves the hardenability and formability of the material, while the molybdenum content ranges from 0.45% to 0.60%, and enhances the material's overall strength and toughness. The specific chemical composition of Din 17175 Carbon Steel pipes may vary depending on the manufacturer and the intended application.

Carbon Steel Din pipes 17175 are widely used in high-pressure pipelines, boilers, and other applications that require high strength, durability, and resistance to high temperatures, corrosion, and abrasion. The pipes are known for their excellent mechanical properties, high tensile strength, toughness, and good weldability. The presence of silicon and molybdenum in the chemical composition of CS Din 17175 pipes enhances the material's hardenability and formability, allowing for easy fabrication and shaping into various piping systems. The low phosphorus and sulfur content also helps reduce the risk of corrosion, making the pipes suitable for use in harsh, high-temperature environments.17175 Carbon Steel Din pipes are famous for various industrial applications requiring high-performance, long-lasting pipes.

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piyush steel

mumbai - maharashtra - india

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PIYUSH STEEL

piyush steel

mumbai - maharashtra - india

2 Year

Carbon Steel DIN 17175 Pipes FAQ's  

Carbon Steel Din 17175 pipes are designed to be used in high-temperature applications, with a recommended temperature range of up to 400°C.

Yes, Carbon Steel Din 17175 pipes are designed to have low phosphorus and sulfur content, which helps reduce the risk of corrosion.

Carbon Steel Din 17175 pipes are known for their high tensile strength, toughness, and good weldability, making them suitable for use in high-pressure applications. The pipes are also able to maintain their mechanical properties at high temperatures, making them an ideal choice for high-performance, long-lasting piping systems.

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