Different Grades of Alloy Steel Boiler Tubes Available in Market

A typical version of Steel Boiler tubes containing a range of other significant chemical components is alloy steel boiler tubes. Alloy Steel Boiler Tubes are made up of many components. Elements such as nickel, chromium, molybdenum, silicon, and boron are some of the common alloys used to manufacture the Alloy Steel Boiler Tubes. It exhibits […]

Application and Benefits of SA179 Boiler Tubes

Boiler and heat exchange tubes must be resistant to temperature and pressure. They also need to increase or decrease heat transfer for particular applications. Are there tubes that also have good processing characteristics? For instance, challenging bending methods? Yes, there are: that is to say, the EN, ASTM and ASME standard classes. As we work […]

Comparison Of SS 904L Vs SMO 254 Vs UNS 310 MOLN Urea Grade

Grade 904L stainless steel is a low-carbon, non-stabilized austenitic stainless steel. This high alloy stainless steel is added with copper to enhance its tolerance to strong reducing acids, such as sulphuric acid. Steel is also resistant to stress corrosion cracking and crevice corrosion. SS 904L is non-magnetic and provides outstanding formability, strength and weldability. Grade […]

All You Need To Know About Alloy Steel Boiler Tubes

Boiler Tubes are metal tubes that heat water within boilers to create steam. Two main tube boiler types exist water-tube boilers and fire-tube boilers. Water circulates inside the tubes of water-tube boilers and is heated externally by furnace-generated hot gasses. Hot gas passes through one or many tubes with fire-tube boilers which heat the water […]

All about Carbon Steel Boiler Tubes

A boiler with a high-pressure water tube is a type of boiler in which water circulates in tubes externally heated by the gas. Inside the furnace, fuel is burned, producing hot gas that heats water in the tubes to produce steam. Carbon steels display modest tolerance to corrosion and equal strength up to 1000F. Nevertheless, […]