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ASTM A 333 GR.6 Pipes
*Low-temperature carbon steels have been developed chiefly for use in low-temperature equipment and especially for welded pressure vessels.
They are low- to medium-carbon (0.20 to 0.30%), high-manganese (0.70 to 1.60%), silicon (0.15 to 0.60%) steels, which have a fine-grain structure with uniform carbide dispersion. They feature moderate strength with toughness down to — 50°F (—46°C).
For grain refinement and to improve formability and weldability, carbon steels may contain 0.01 to 0.04% columbium. Called columbium steels, they are used for shafts, forgings, gears, machine parts, and dies and gages. Up to 0.15% sulfur, or 0.045 phosphorus, makes them free-machining, but reduces strength.
*LTCS is a Nickel based alloy steel plates especially used for low temperature applications below - 150 deg F. Mainly used in cryogenic construction of space ships, low temperature application in chemical plant below -55 deg C.
SA-203 Steel Plate Grades A, B, D, E and F Nickle Alloy Steel Plates. For low temperatures (-150 deg F)
Low Temperature Carbon Steel Tubes ASTM A334 Gr.1
ASTM A333——Seamless and Welded Steel Pipe for Low-Temperature Service:
Grade 1, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11
*ASTM A420 For LTCS Fittings.
*A350-LF2 is a standard For Flanges.
**Steel that are generally killed include:
· Steels with carbon contents greater then 0.25%
· All forging grades of steel.
· Structural steels with carbon content between 0.15 to 0.25%.
· Some special steel in the lower carbon ranges.
ASTM A 333 GR 6) Carbon pipe ASTM A333 GR 6 Pipes can be offered by us in a wide range of specifications. These can also be made available with third party inspection from various agencies. Some of the specifications these can be made available in include:Specifications:
- Grade 6 A
- Carbon, max 0.30
- Manganese 0.29–1.06
- Phosphorus, max 0.025
- Sulphur, max 0.025
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