• Categories
  • Suppliers

Prime Companies


Hastelloy B2 Tee Pipe Fittings are an integral component in the plumbing and piping systems of many industrial, commercial, and residential buildings. These fittings feature a complex chemical composition, including molybdenum, nickel, and chromium, with trace amounts of iron and manganese. This chemical combination makes the Hastelloy B2 fitting incredibly resistant to corrosion in both oxidizing and reducing environments, effectively lowering the maintenance costs associated with maintaining pipe systems over time. Thanks to these features, Hastelloy B2 tee pipe fittings have become indispensable components in any modern building's plumbing arsenal.

B2 Hastelloy Tee Pipe Fittings are increasingly popular in high-temperature and corrosive applications. Due to their superior resistance to crevice corrosion, intergranular attack, and stress-corrosion cracking, they are ideal for the durable construction of tanks, pipes, and vessels exposed to various chemicals. Apart from those features, they are also easy to install, economical, and provide great dimensional accuracy with precise tolerance levels to ensure a seamless flow of fluids when connected. Regarding physical properties, these fittings can withstand extreme temperature variances between sub-zero ranges up to 600°F (316°C). They offer superior strength with impressive weldability and machinability, making them essential in everyday industrial operations.

FAQ's for Hastelloy B2 Tee Pipe Fittings

Hastelloy B2 is a nickel-molybdenum alloy with excellent resistance to reducing environments, great resistance to stress corrosion cracking, and good general corrosion resistance. Its uses are in chemical processing industries as pipe fittings, connectors, valves etc.

The pressure rating of Hastelloy B2 Tee Pipe Fittings is up to 950psi at temperatures under 1,000°F (540°C). Additionally, they are highly corrosion-resistant and ductile.

Hastelloy B2 Tee Pipe Fittings are mainly used in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and petrochemical industries due to their excellent corrosion resistance properties. They also have applications in heat exchangers, pressure vessels, and condensers.

No more suppliers available.