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Buttweld Hot Induction Pipe Bend Fittings Suppliers In Mumbai India
We Keep the stock of Buttweld Hot Induction Pipe Bend in SS 304/304L, SS 316/316L manufactured using Standards – ANSI B16.9, ANSI B16.28, MSS-SP-43, DIN2605, DIN2615, DIN2616, DIN2617, DIN28011, EN10253-1, EN10253-2 to satisfy any urgent small or large domestic and international inquiries at reasonable prices.
India’s most Recognized, Trustworthy and premium quality Manufacturers, Stockist, Exporters, and Global Suppliers of Stainless Steel Hot Induction Pipe Bend as per the ASME B16.9, MSS SP-43, ANSI B16.28 Standards in all Dimensions, Materials, Grades, and Sizes.
We have a huge inventory of odd sizes & hard to find ANSI/ASME B16.9 Stainless Steel Buttweld Hot Induction Pipe Bend also available in Duplex Steel, Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Hastelloy, Monel, Inconel, Titanium, Super Duplex, Incoloy, Alloy 20, 254 SMO, Copper Nickel, High & Low Temperature Steel, Mild Steel offering at market leading prices from Mumbai, India.
Butt Weld Hot Induction Pipe Bend Specifications
|Outside Diameter (OD)||2″NB TO 18″ NB|
|Dimensions||ASME/ANSI B16.9, MSS-SP-43 Type A, MSS-SP-43 Type B, JIS B2312, JIS B2313, ASME B16.28|
|Wall Thickness||SCH5, SCH10, SCH20, SCH30, SCH40, STD, SCH80, XS, SCH60, SCH80, SCH120, SCH140, SCH160, XXS / 3mm – 40mm|
|Hot Induction Pipe Bending Radius||R=1D – 10D, 15D, 20D|
|Value Added Services||Transparent oil, rust-proof black oil or hot galvanized.|
|Important Grades||ASTM A403 WP 304 / 304L / 304H / 316 / 316L / 317 / 317L / 321 / 310 / 347 / 904L|
|Production Materials||Stainless Steel, Alloy Steel, Carbon Steel, Duplex, Nickel Alloys, Cupro Nickel, Low Temperature Steel|
|SS Melting Points||1400-1450°C (WP304, WP304L), 1390-1440 °C (WP316L), 1370 – 1400 °C (WP316)|
Petromat Oil & Gas equipment Pvt. Ltd. are a leading Manufacturers & Suppliers of Steel Fitting components, pipe fitting components, and many more. Hot Induction Pipe Bend Making use of premium quality Stainless Steel 304, 304L, 304H, 316, 316L, 316H as per ASTM, DIN, BS & ASME standards, We offer superior quality of Hot Induction Pipe Bend pipes fittings to reckoned clients such as Bharat Heavy Electricity Ltd, Hindustan Aromatics Ltd., Kirloskar Brothers Ltd. and many more. Moreover, advanced infrastructural facilities and technology enables us to make optimum use of man-hours as well as material. The industrial expertise of our fervent workforce has always assisted us in completing the total producing method with accuracy to deliver unflawed vary of industrial supplies. Customization & extensive research is our forte & has helped us in manufacturing SS Hot Induction Pipe Bend as per the needs of the clients thus leading us to a top notch position in the industry.
Induction Bending could be a controlled mean that of bending pipes through the application of native heating exploitation high frequency induced electric power. Originally used for the aim of surface hardening steels, induction technology once utilized in piped bending consists essentially of a coil placed round the pipe to be bent. The coil heats a slim, circumferential section of the pipe to a temperature of between 850 to 1100 degrees astronomer (dependent on the fabric to be formed). Because the proper bending temperature vary is reached, the pipe is rapt slowly through the coil whereas the bending force is applied by a set radius arm arrangement.
Buttweld Hot Induction Pipe Bend Manufacturing Standards
|ASME Standard||ASME/ANSI B16.9, ASME/ANSI B16.28, MSS-SP-43|
|DIN Standard||DIN28011, DIN2617, DIN2616, DIN2615, DIN2605|
|EN Standard||EN10253-2, EN10253-1|
|ASME B16.25||Buttwelding Ends|
|ASME B16.9||Factory-Made Wrought Fittings Buttwelding|
|ASME B16.28||Wrought Steel Hot Induction Pipe Bend and Buttwelding Returns|
|ASTM A403 – ASME SA403||Standard Specification for Wrought Austenitic SS Piping Fitting|
|MSS SP-43||Wrought & Fabricated Butt-Welding Fitting for Low Pressure, Corrosion Resistant Applications|
Buttweld Hot Induction Pipe Bend Materials and Grades
|Stainless Steel Buttweld Hot Induction Pipe Bend|
|ASTM A403 WP Gr. 304, 304L, 304H, 310, 316, 316L, 316H, 316Ti, 317L, 321, 347, 904L|
|Carbon Steel Buttweld Hot Induction Pipe Bend|
|ASTM A234 WPB, WPBW, WPHY 70, WPHY 65, WPHY 60, WPHY 52, WPHY 46, & WPHY 42.|
|Low Temperature Buttweld Hot Induction Pipe Bend|
|ASTM A420 WPL6, ASTM A420 WPL3|
|Alloy Steel Buttweld Hot Induction Pipe Bend|
|ASTM / ASME A/SA 234 Gr. WP1, WP5, WP9, WP11, WP12, WP22, WP91|
|Duplex & Super Duplex Steel Buttweld Hot Induction Pipe Bend|
|ASTM A815, ASME SA815 UNS NO S31803, UNS NO S32205, UNS S32750, UNS S32950. Werkstoff No. 1.4462|
|Nickel Alloy Buttweld Hot Induction Pipe Bend|
|UNS 10276 (HASTELLOY C 276), UNS 6625 (INCONEL 625), UNS 6601 (INCONEL 601), UNS 6600 (INCONEL 600), UNS 8825 (INCONEL 825), UNS 8020 (ALLOY 20 / 20 CB 3), UNS 4400 (MONEL 400), UNS 2201 (NICKEL 201), ASTM / ASME SB 336 UNS 2200 (NICKEL 200)|
Manufacture of Induction Bends
Induction bends are shaped in an exceedingly|in a very} manufacturing planted by passing a length of straight pipe through an induction bending machine. This machine uses a coil to heat a slender band of the pipe material. The leading finish of the pipe is clamped to a pivot arm. Because the pipe is pushed through the machine, a bend with the required radius of curvature is created. The heated material simply beyond the induction coil is quenched with a water spray on the skin surface of the pipe. Thermal expansion of the slender heated section of pipe is restrained because of the cold pipe on either facet, that causes diameter shrinkage upon cooling.
The induction bending method also causes wall thickened on the curved shape and cutting on the curved shape. The severity of thickening/thinning is depending on the bending temperature, the speed at that the pipe is pushed through the coil, the location of the coil relative to the pipe (closer to the curved shape or extra dos, and different factors.
Most induction bends are factory-made with tangent ends (straight sections) that are not full of the induction bending method. Field welds are created or pipe pup sections are connected to the unaffected tangent ends, allowing fitup the same as that found once welding straight sections of pipe along.`
Induction bends are available in standard bend angles (e.g. 45°, 90°, etc.) or may be custom created to specific bend angles. Compound bends (out-of-plane) bends in an exceedingly single joint of pipe may also be created. The bend radius is specified as a perform of the diameter. for example, common bend radii for induction bends are 3D, 5D and 7D, wherever D is the nominal pipe diameter.
Benefits of Hot Induction Bends
- Less non-destructive testing of welds, like X-ray examination can save value.
- Stock of elbows and normal bends is greatly reduced.
- Faster access based materials. Straight pipes are additional promptly (accessible) than elbows or standard elements and bends will almost always be created cheaper and quicker.
- A restricted quantity of tools is required (no use of thorns or mandrels as required in cold bending).
- Hot Induction bending may be a clean method. No lubrication required|is required} for the method and water needed for the cooling is recycled.
- Large radii for smooth flow of fluid.
- Large radii for sleek flow of fluid. Cost efficiency, straight material is a smaller amount expensive than standard elements (e.g. elbows) and bends is created quicker than standard elements is welded.
- Elbows is replaced by larger radius bends wherever applicable, and afterward friction, wear, and pump energy is reduced.
- Hot Induction bending reduces the quantity of welds during a system. It removes welds at the important points (the tangents) and improves the power to absorb pressure and stress.
- Hot Induction bends are stronger than elbows with uniform wall thickness.
while manufacturing Induction Bend
- Induction Bend surface should be freed from cracks [ASME B31.5 §529. 1]
- Pipeline Induction Bend surface should be freed from buckles [ASME B31.5 §529. 1]
- The minimum thickness when Hot Induction Bend bending should not be but as required for straight pipe [ASME B31.5 §504. 2.1]
- Either hot, or cold strategies are often wont to bend the pipe [ASME B31.5 §529. 2]
- If Heat Treatment is used to supply 45 Degree Induction Bend, it should be performed in accordance with the wants of ASME B31.5
ASME B16.49 Pipeline Induction Bend
Pipeline Induction bends are available in standard bend angles (e.g. 45°, 90°, etc) or may be custom created to specific bend angles. Our Bending Unit is approved by EIL, Shell world, and Saudi Aramco. A large, long section of tube for a pipeline is bent exploitation the induction bending methodology. We provide custom pipeline bend radius, pipeline cold bends, pipeline roped bends, pipeline field bend, pipeline hot bends, forged pipeline bends, and pipeline wrinkle bends.
|Induction Bending Machine||I B Mc 1||I B Mc 2||I B Mc 3|
|Size of Pipe||3” – 14”||4” – 36”||4” – 48”|
|Bending Radius (mm)||1780||4575||7320|
|Thickness (mm)||5 – 50 UpTo 14” Dia Pipe
||6 – 36 for 26” – 36” Dia Pipe
||8 – 32 mm for 38” – 48” Dia Pipe|
ASME B16.9 Standard Induction Bend Radius Chart
Standard Bending radius (R): R=3D, 4D, 5D, 6D, 7D, 8D, 9D, 10D
Our standard radii :
- Ø26.9 – Ø168.3, CLR = 2.5 X diameter
- Ø219.1 – Ø508 Bauart 5
|Standard pipe||Spec||. Bauart 5||2,5D|
|Nominal pipe size||Outside Diameter at Bevel||Center to End|
|DN||INCH||Series A||Series B|
16 Gauge Hot Induction Bend Radius
|Gauge||Induction Bend Radius
Includes Minimum Closeness of Cutout to Bend
|Induction Bend Radius
(Refers to Inner Radius)
|11 gauge (0.120″ |3.05mm)||.5″||.07″, .08″, .09″, .1″, .125″|
|14 gauge (0.075″ | 1.9 mm)||.275″||.05″, .055″, .062″, .07″, .075″|
|.5″||.09″, .11″, .115″, .12″|
|16 gauge (0.060″ | 1.52 mm)||.2″||.035″, .05″|
|.265″||.05″, .055″, .075″, .08″|
|18 gauge (0.048″ | 1.22 mm)||.2″||.04″, .045″, .05″|
|.265″||.06″, .07″, .08″, .085″|
|20 gauge (0.035″ | 0.89 mm)||.2″||.05″|
|22 gauge (0.029″ | 0.74 mm)||.2″||.05″|
|24 gauge (0.024″ | 0.61 mm)||.2″||.04″|
ASME B16.9 SS Hot Induction Pipe Bend Angularity Tolerance
|ND||Max off angle||Max off plane|
|1/2 a 4||1||2|
|5 a 8||2||4|
|10 a 12||3||5|
|14 a 16||3||7|
|18 a 24||4||10|
|26 a 30||5||10|
|32 a 42||5||13|
|44 a 48||5||20|
Stainless Steel Hot Induction Pipe Bend Types and Forms Availability
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Stainless Steel Hot Induction Pipe Bend Applications
|Off-Shore Oil Drilling Companies||Power Generation||Gas Processing||Petrochemicals|
|Pharmaceutical Equipment||Specialty Chemicals||Chemical Equipment||Pharmaceuticals|
|Pulp & Paper Industry||Sea Water Equipment||Heat Exchangers||Condensers|