Specifications of Seamless Fittings

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SA-199 Protects seamless carbon metal alloy boiler and super-heater tubes with regard to high-pressure service. The tubing size and thicknesses generally furnished to the specification are ½ with. to 7 with. O. D. and 0. 085 with. to 1. 000 with., inclusive in bare minimum partition thickness.


SA-209* Protects forged or folded alloy-steel pipe flanges, cast fittings and valves and components proposed with regard to high-temperature service. The period “forgings” employed in this specification are going to be appreciated to cover one of all the goods cited overhead, either forged or perhaps revolved.


SA- 210 This kind of standard covers some examples of seamless carbon molybdenum alloy-steel furnace and super-heater pipes. Wrappings tubes ½ for you to 5 in., incl., with smallest partition depth.Npt pipe fittings are more popular.


SA-213 Covers seamless austenitic aluminum boiler and super-heater pipes and austenitic aluminum heat exchanger pipes, designated Grades T 5, TP 304, and so forth. These steels are usually listed in Kitchen tables I and II, respectively. Degrees IP 304 H, TP 316 H. TP 321 H. TP 347 H, and IP 348 H are modifications of Grades TP 304, TP 316, TP 321. TP 347, and TP 348. and they are intended for temperature service such as for super-heaters and re-heaters. The tubing measurements and thicknesses usually furnished to the specification are 1/8 with. in inside diameter to 5 with. in outside diameter and 0. 015 with. to 0. 500 with., inclusive, in bare minimum wall thickness.



This standard wraps electric-resistance-welded h2o and iron alloy tubes being utilized for warmth exchangers, condensers, and similar heat-transfer equipment. The tubing measurements usually furnished to the specification are for you to 3 in. To. D. inclusive.

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