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Alloy Steel A234 WP5 Butt Weld Reducer dimensions

The pipes cannot appreciate because of what the external arrangement of the pipe reducer seems but the flow of the pipe is changed by the internal width conical transition arrangement.

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Production Description

Alloy Steel A234 WP5 Butt Weld Reducer dimensions is used to join pipe sections or tube sections on the same axis. It is cone-shaped, and is used when there is a shift in diameter between pipes. A pipe reducer is available in various specifications, such as a single diameter change and also in a multiple diameter change. The pipes cannot appreciate because of what the external arrangement of the pipe reducer seems but the flow of the pipe is changed by the internal width conical transition arrangement. It can be axially shifted and externally reconfigured to offer more efficient reducer connection. Concentric reducers facilitate the delivery of mud and abrasive fluids and are suitable for corrosive operations and where different ratings and wear protection are required between flanges.

Product features

  • Concentric reducers will change kindly between the pump and piping.
  • Concentric reducers are tapered and are used when the diameter between pipes changes.
  • Concentric reducers provide an in-line conical transition between pressurized pipes of different diameters.
  • The length dimension of the reducer is almost equal to the average of the big bore and smaller bore pipe diameters.

Specificaton of ASTM A403WP 316L 2”x11/2” SCH40S Concentric Reducer

Size Range 1/2″ – 80″ / DN15 – 2000
Thickness Schedule SCH 10,SCH 10S, SCH 20, SCH 40,SCH 40S, STD, XS,SCH 80, SCH 80S, SCH 100, SCH 120, SCH 160, XXS
China Standard GB/T12459, GB/T13401, HG/T21635/21631, SH3408/3409
America Standard ANSI / ASME B16.9 / MSS SP 43
apan Standard JIS B2311/2312/2313
Europe Standard EN10253
Carbon Steel Q235, 20#, 35#, 45#, 20G,ASTM A234 WPB/WPC
Low Temp Carbon Steel Q345B, 16Mn, ASTM A420 WPL6
Pipeline Steel ASTM A860 WPHY 42 / 46 / 56 / 60 / 65
Alloy Steel ASTM A234 WP11 / WP12 / WP 5 / WP9 / WP91 / WP92,15CrMoG, 12Cr1MoVG, 12Cr5Mo, 1Cr5Mo, Cr9Mo, 10CrMo910, 12CrMo4-5
Stainless Steel ASTM A403 WP304/304L/304H, 316/316L, 310S, 321, 317,347,904L
Duplex Stainless Steel ASTM A815 S32205, S31803, 32750, 32760

Concentric Reducer Dimensions & Sch 40 Weight  

OD1 OD2 END TO END SCH 40 WEIGHT
NPS NPS H KG
3/4 3/8 – 1/2 38 0.07
1 1/2 – 3/4 51 0.14
1 1/4 1/2 – 1 51 0.19
1 1/2 1/2 – 1 1/4 64 0.29
2 3/4 – 1 1/2 76 0.46
2 1/2 1 – 2 89 0.85
3 1 1/4 – 2 1/2 102 1.11
4 2 – 3 1/2 102 1.8
5 2 – 4 127 3.05
6 2 1/2 – 5 140 4.35
8 3 1/2 – 6 152 7.12
10 4 – 8 178 11.8
12 5 – 10 203 17.8
14 6 – 12 330 34.3
16 6 – 14 356 48.3
18 8 – 16 381 65.3
20 10 – 18 508 102
22 12 – 20 508
24 12 – 22 508 143
26 12 – 24 610
28 14 – 26 610
30 14 – 28 610
32 20 – 30 610 230
34 22 – 32 610 245
36 22 – 34 610 282
38 24 – 36 610
40 28 – 38 610
42 28 – 40 610
44 32 – 42 610
46 34 – 44 711
48 36 – 46 711
52 40 – 48 711
56 40 – 52 711
60 44 – 56 711

Production Material

An alloy steel is a type of steel alloyed with more than one element (alloying elements) and these are added to increase strength, hardness, wear resistance and toughness. The added alloying elements that are added to the base iron and carbon structure typically total no more than 5% of the alloy steel’s material composition.

12IN SCH40 Alloy Steel ASTM A234WP5 Butt Weld Tee  include the following:
Manganese: Used in tandem with small amounts of sulfur and phosphorus, the steel alloy becomes less brittle and easier to hammer.
Chromium: A small percentage (0.5% – 2%) can help to harden the alloy; larger percentages (4% – 18%) have the added effect of preventing corrosion.
Vanadium: With only .15%, this element can boost strength, heat resistance, and overall grain structure. Mixed together with chromium, the steel alloy becomes much harder, but still retains its formability.
Nickel: Up to 5%, this alloying element will improve the steel’s strength. In excess of 12%, it provides impressive corrosion resistance.
Tungsten: Boosts heat resistance, so the melting point is higher. Also improves the structural makeup of the steel.

Properties of alloy steel
Alloy steels can contain a wide variety of elements, each of which can enhance various properties of the material, such as mechanical thermal and corrosion resistance. Elements added in low quantities of less than around 5 wt.% tend to improve mechanical properties, for example increasing hardenability and strength, whereas larger additions of up to 20 wt.% increase corrosion resistance and stability at high or low temperatures [2].

The effects of adding various elements to steel, along with the typical amounts in weight fraction, is summarised in the table below [2].

Element

Symbol

wt. %

Function

Aluminium

Al

0.95–1.30

Alloying element in nitriding steels

Bismuth

Bi

Improves machinability

Boron

B

0.001–0.003

Improves hardenability

Chromium

Cr

0.5–2.0

Improves hardenability

4–18

Corrosion resistance

Copper

Cu

0.1–0.4

Corrosion resistance

Lead

Pb

Improves machinability

Manganese

Mn

0.25–0.40

Prevents brittleness in combination with sulfur

>1

Increases hardenability

Molybdenum

Mo

0.2–0.5

Inhibits grain growth

Nickel

Ni

2–5

12–20

Increases toughness

Improves corrosion resistance

Silicon

Si

0.2–0.7

Increases strength and hardenability

2

Increases yield strength (spring steel)

Higher %

Increases magnetic properties

Sulfur

S

0.08–0.15

Improves machinability (free-machining steel properties)

Titanium

Ti

Reduces martensitic hardness in Cr steels

Tungsten

W

Increases hardness at high temperatures

Vanadium

V

0.15

Increases strength while maintaining ductility, promotes fine grain structure

Applications

  • Oil and gas transmissions
  • Petroleum and Oil refining
  • Water treatment systems
  • Chemical Industries

Packing  Details

Concentric reducer A234 WPB Carbon steel

 

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