Duplex steel forged fittings have a unique chemical composition due to the combination of two metals: chromium and nickel. A proportionate amount of both components allows for a strong, durable, and reliable product. The alloyed mixture should contain at least 23% chromium and no more than 5.5% nickel, yet this composition may vary depending on the intended application. Duplex steel also has a high yield strength, making it ideal for applications where high strength is critical. Its resistance to corrosion and wear makes it an excellent choice for oil and gas piping systems and other industries that require durability.
Duplex steel forged fittings are an excellent choice for most industrial and commercial applications due to their superior strength and high corrosion resistance. They are also easy to manufacture, making them a cost-effective option.
Moreover, these fittings are produced with high thermal conductivity and strength-to-weight ratio, which allows them to be used in connection systems of higher temperatures up to 1000 degrees F. Duplex Steel Forged Fittings come with excellent weldability characteristics, making them suitable for welding and brazing operations. Additionally, the fittings can endure higher pressures and heavy loads even when there is a sudden temperature change in the system due to their ability to form a Martensitic layer on its surface when exposed to high temperatures. This feature gives them an edge over other metal alloys as it helps control cracks or metal embrittlement under extreme temperatures.
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