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ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes

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1. ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes Specification

2. ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes quality certificates

3. ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes Packaging & Shipping

4. ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes Useful info

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ASTM A335 / A335M – 11 Standard Specification for Seamless Ferritic Alloy-Steel Pipe for High-Temperature Service. We supply ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes for applications in oil & gas, LNG, Thermal & Nuclear Power Plants, Chemical Industries, Fertilizers Plants, (petro) chemical, shipbuilding, desalination, water treatment, energy industries, EPC and Pipes for General Engineering Purpose.

ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes Specification

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Product Name: ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes

ASTM A335/ASME SA335 P12 For High Temperature Service

Description:

ASTM A335/ASME SA335 P12 For High Temperature Service

ASTMA 335  Alloy steel tubes

Standard: ASTM A335/ASME SA335

Steel grade: P5, P9, P11, P12, P22, P91, P92

Size: OD (90-1200mm) x WT (25-150mm)

Application: Used for boiler pipe, power plants and nuclear plants.

Chemical Composition (%)
Grade C Si Mn P S Cr Mo Cu
P11 0.05~0.15 0.5~1.0 0.3~0.6 ? 0.03 ? 0.03 1.0~1.5 0.5~1.0
P12 0.05~0.15 ? 0.5 0.3~0.61 ? 0.03 ? 0.03 0.8~1.25 0.44~0.65
P22 0.05~0.15 ? 0.5 0.3~0.6 ? 0.03 ? 0.03 1.9~2.6 0.87~1.13
P5 ? 0.15 ? 0.5 0.3~0.6 ? 0.03 ? 0.03 4.0~6.0 0.45~0.65
P91 0.08~0.12 0.2~0.5 0.3~0.6 ? 0.02 ? 0.01 8.0~9.5 0.85~1.05
P92 0.07~0.13 ? 0.5 0.3~0.6 ? 0.02 ? 0.01 8.5~9.5 0.3~0.6 B0.001 0.006

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ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes quality certificates

ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes delivered with a 3.1 certificate. we can perform the tests required to issue a 3.2 certificate, or a CMTR in accordance with the ASME III Code.

ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes Packaging & Shipping

ASME SA335 Grade P5

We mark the ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes as needed with the most suitable marking technique. Our staff has extensive experience in export documentation,packaging, and finance. We have found that the biggest key to a successful export transaction is communication.

So, besides the fact that we can arrange freight transportation for you, we can before that:

  • specifically mark parts or packages;
  • provide for a special packing according to what is required by the shipping method or by you.

When packaging and packing, our experienced warehouse staff systematically takes the greatest precautions for your ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes to be optimally protected during transportation. Bare packing/bundle packing/crate packing/wooden protection at the both sides of tubes and suitably protected for sea-worthly delivery or as requested.

ASTM A335 Grade P12 Alloy Steel Pipes Useful info

Please note:

ASTM A312 / A312M – 13 Standard Specification for Seamless, Welded, and Heavily Cold Worked Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipes

Steel is a metal alloy consisting mostly of iron, in addition to small amounts of carbon, depending on the grade and quality of the steel. Alloy steel is any type of steel to which one or more elements besides carbon have been intentionally added, to produce a desired physical property or characteristic. Common elements that are added to make alloy steel are molybdenum, manganese, nickel, silicon, boron, chromium, and vanadium.

Alloy steel is often subdivided into two groups: high alloy steels and low alloy steels. The difference between the two is defined somewhat arbitrarily. However, most agree that any steel that is alloyed with more than eight percent of its weight being other elements beside iron and carbon, is high alloy steel. Low alloy steels are slightly more common. The physical properties of these steels are modified by the other elements, to give them greater hardness, durability, corrosion resistance, or toughness as compared to carbon steel. To achieve such properties, these alloys often require heat treatment.

In all types of alloy steel, the alloying elements tend to either form carbides or compounds, rather than simply being uniformly mixed in with the iron and carbon. Nickel, aluminum, and silicon are examples of the elements that form compounds in the steel. Tungsten and vanadium will form carbides, both of which increase the hardness and stability of the finished product.

Properties Carbon Steels Alloy Steels
Density (1000 kg/m3) 7.85 7.85
Elastic Modulus (GPa) 190-210 190-210
Poisson’s Ratio 0.27-0.3 0.27-0.3
Thermal Expansion (10-6/K) 11-16.6 9.0-15
Melting Point (°C)
Thermal Conductivity (W/m-K) 24.3-65.2 26-48.6
Specific Heat (J/kg-K) 450-2081 452-1499
Electrical Resistivity (10-9W-m) 130-1250 210-1251
Tensile Strength (MPa) 276-1882 758-1882
Yield Strength (MPa) 186-758 366-1793
Percent Elongation (%) 10-32 4-31
Hardness (Brinell 3000kg) 86-388 149-627