Jump to navigation Jump to search ASTM A53 is a carbon steel alloy , used as structural steel or for low-pressure plumbing. It is commonly available with national pipe thread ends or with plain cut ends. It can be used for steam, water, and air conveyance. It is also weldable and can be used in structural applications, although ASTM A tube, which is available in the same NPS sizes, is sometime preferred.

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Surface natural, black, and hot-dipped galvanized, zinc coated steel pipe. ASTM A standard specification covers the seamless carbon steel pipe, applied for high-temperature services. If raw steel material of different grades in process of continuously casting, the transition material result shall be identified. And the manufacturer should remove the transition material with the processes that could separate the grades positively.

In this way the no untempered martensite remains. According the facility from the manufacturer, type E of ASTM A53 pipe could be supplied non cold expanded or cold expand steel pipe. Elongation: For A53 pipe there are 2 methods to calculate elongation. Grade in A, B and C. Minimum tensile strength Psi or Mpa, yield strength Psi or Mpa.

A Grade B: Maximum C below 0. Grade C: Maximum C 0. A Grade B has low sulfur and phosphorus than A53 B, this is better. Applications for both standards Both pipes applied for mechanical and pressure systems, transporting steam, water, gas, and etc. ASTM A53 pipe application 1. Construction, underground transportation, extraction of ground water while building, steam water transportation etc.

Bearing sets, machinery parts processing. Electric application: Gas transmission, water power generation fluid pipeline. Wind power plant anti-static tube etc. Pipelines that required zinc coated.


ASTM A53 steel

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