Stainless Steel Tube for Oil Pipe Structure manufacturer

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1Structure of Seamless Pipe ASTM A106/53: 

Seamless pipe is formed by drawing a solid billet over a piercing rod to create the hollow shell. As the manufacturing process does not include any welding, seamless pipes are perceived to be stronger and more reliable. Historically seamless pipe was regarded as withstanding pressure better than other types, and was often more easily available than welded pipe. 

Application

carbon seamless steel pipes are widely used in gas, water and oil, transpotation;constructions;Bridge,highway,windows of model steel door; building materials;fences;heating facilities Fluid Pipe;conduit pipe,scaffolding pipe.etc.

Payment Terms: L/C D/A D/P T/T

Packing and shipment

Packaged in bundles,as per customers' requirements, it can also bepackagesd as beveled ends, typed marking, black painting, plastic caps protection,woven bags packing

For 20" container the max length is 5.8m; For 40" container the max length is 12m. other options are available based on customer requests. Please discuss when placing orders.

 

 

2‍‍Main Features of the Seamless Pipe ASTM A106/53:

• High manufacturing accuracy

• High strength

• Small inertia resistance

• Strong heat dissipation ability

• Good visual effect

• Reasonable price  

 

3Seamless Pipe ASTM A106/53 Specification

Standard

GB, DIN, ASTM

ASTM A106-2006, ASTM A53-2007

Grade

10#-45#, 16Mn

10#, 20#, 45#, 16Mn

Thickness

8 - 33 mm

Section Shape

Round

Outer Diameter

133 - 219 mm

Place of Origin

Shandong, China (Mainland)

Secondary Or Not

Non-secondary

Application

Hydraulic Pipe

Technique

Cold Drawn

Certification

API

‍Surface Treatment

factory state or painted black

‍Special Pipe

API Pipe

Alloy Or Not

Non-alloy

Length

5-12M

Outer Diameter

21.3-610mm

Grade 

20#, 45#, Q345, API J55, API K55, API L80, API N80, API P110, A53B

Standard

ASME, ASTM

 

1) Material:20#(ASTM A 106/A53 GRB.API5LGRB,GB),45#,16Mn,10#.

2) Specification range:OD:21.3-610mm,WT:6-70mm,length:6-12m or according to the requirement of clients.

3) Excutive standards:GB,ASME API5L.ASTM A 106/A53,Despite of the above standards,we can also supply seamless steel pipe with standard of DIN,JIS,and so on,and also develop new products according to the requirements of our clients!
4) Surface:black lacquered,varnish coating or galvanized.
5) Ends:Beveled or square cut,plastic capped,painted.
6) Packing:bundles wrapped with strong steel strip,seaworthy packing. 

 

 

4Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:

seaworthy package,bundles wrapped with strong steel strip

Delivery Detail:

15-30days after received 30%TT

 

5FAQ of Seamless Pipe ASTM A106/53:  

①How is the quality of your products?
    Our products are manufactured strictly according to national and internaional standard, and we take a test 
on every pipe before delivered out. If you want see our quality certifications and all kinds of testing report, please just ask us for it.
Guaranteed: If products’ quality don’t accord to discription as we give or the promise before you place order, we promise 100% refund.

②How about price?
    Yes, we are factory and be able to give you lowest price below market one, and we have a policy that “ for saving time and absolutely honest business attitude, we quote as lowest as possible for any customer, and discount can be given according to quantity”,if you like bargain and factory price is not low enough as you think, just don’t waste your time.Please trust the quotation we would give you, it is professional one.

③Why should you chose us?
    Chose happens because of quality, then price, We can give you both.Additionally, we can also offer professional products inquiry, products knowledge train(for agents), smooth goods delivery, exellent customer solution proposals.Our service formula: good quality+good price+good service=customer’s trust
SGS test is available, customer inspection before shipping is welcome, third party inspection is no problem.

 

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