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SS 317L EFW Pipes chemical composition includes carbon, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, nickel, chromium, molybdenum, silicon, titanium, and iron. The carbon content is limited to 0.03% maximum, while manganese is limited to 2.00% max. Phosphorus and sulfur are in small amounts, with phosphorus limited to 0.045% maximum and sulfur limited to 0.03% maximum. Nickel is a key component, present in a range of 11.00% to 15.00%, while chromium is present in a range of 18.00% to 20.00%. Molybdenum is added in a range of 3.00% to 4.00%, while silicon is present from 1.00% to 2.00%. The addition of titanium to the composition provides increased resistance to pitting, with a minimum of 5 times the potency of nitrogen in achieving this property. Iron makes up the balance of the design. This chemical composition provides excellent resistance to corrosion, particularly in highly acidic environments, making the pipes suitable for various applications, including chemical processing and oil/gas.

Stainless Steel 317L EFW Pipes are widely used in various industrial applications, including chemical processing, oil and gas, and power generation. They are known for their excellent corrosion resistance, particularly in highly acidic environments. This is due to the high levels of nickel, chromium, molybdenum, and titanium present in the pipes' chemical composition. Even in high-temperature environments, the lines have good mechanical properties, including high strength, toughness, and ductility. They are non-toxic and hygienic, making them safe for food processing and medical equipment. In addition, the pipes are easy to fabricate, making them a versatile choice for many applications. Their corrosion resistance and excellent mechanical properties make the Stainless Steel 317L EFW Pipes a reliable option for many industrial applications where high performance and durability are required.

FAQ's for Stainless Steel 317L EFW Pipes

Stainless Steel 317L EFW Pipes Start From Rs. 250/Kilogram To Rs. 300/Kilogram

The maximum temperature rating for a Stainless Steel 317L Efw Pipe is 850°F (454°C), and the maximum pressure rating is 1500 psi.

The main difference between a seamless and EFW pipe is that a seamless pipe is manufactured by drawing a solid steel billet through a piercing rod, while an EFW pipe is manufactured by welding pipes together through an electric arc welding process. Seamless pipes are more common, while EFW pipes are more cost-efficient.

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