ASTM 519 chromes petroleum 13CR pipe for oil and gas

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    US $5000.00
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3 Ton/Tons per Quarter
Port:
Qingdao Port
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Overview
Quick Details
Standard:
ASTM
Standard2:
ASTM A199, ASTM A210-1996, ASTM A213-2001, ASTM A334-2004, ASTM A53-2007
Grade Group:
API J55-API P110, Cr-Mo alloy
Grade:
API L80, Cr9Mo
Thickness:
7.52 - 32.14 mm
Section Shape:
Round
Outer Diameter(Round):
101.6 - 533.4 mm
Place of Origin:
Shandong, China (Mainland)
Secondary Or Not:
Non-secondary
Application:
Oil Pipe
Technique:
Hot Rolled
Certification:
API
Surface Treatment:
Galvanized
Special Pipe:
ASTM
Alloy Or Not:
Is Alloy
Tensil strength:
689MPa(min)
Yield strength:
552MPa(min)
Total Elongation Under Load:
20.000%
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Wooden box
Delivery Time
Shipped in 30 days after payment
Product Details

13CR(420MOD)ASTM specification 519 chromes petroleum pipe for oil and gas

Available in mechanical tube dimensions of 76.1 mm (3") od to 280.49 mm (11.04") od / 9.53 mm (0.38") wall to 38.61 mm (1.52") wall

Length range up to 13.12 m (43')

Available in bar dimensions of 50.8 mm (2") to 762 mm (30")

Length range up to 9.14 m (30')

Chemical Composition
Product Group

Mechanical Bar & Tube

Mechanical Property
Tensile Strength
689 MPa min
100,000 psi min
Yield Strength
552 MPa min
655 MPa max
80,000 psi min
95,000 psi max
Total Elongation Under Load
20.000 %
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Hardness
22 Max HRC -
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Material Description

Chromes

Commonly called chrome, the alloy referred to here is actually chromium. Chromium is added to steel in small quantities to improve strength, corrosion resistance and response to heat treatment.

At 3% to 10% chromium, steel resists corrosion, but is not actually stainless. At 10.5% to 20% or more chromium, the steel is fully stainless. Chrome, super-chrome and hyper-chrome are steels below the stainless level with increasing chromium content. These metals are used in mildly corrosive environments containing chlorides, carbon dioxide and low hydrogen sulphate concentrations.