ASTM A53 Gr.B Carbon Cold Rolled Seamless Steel Pipe

Item No.: 00142
ASTM A53 Grade B Carbon Steel Seamless Pipes are Medium Carbon Steel Pipes with 0.3 % carbon content with combination of 1.2 % manganese. These Pipes are most commonly used for general purpose applications worldwide.
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ASTM A53 Gr.B Carbon Cold Rolled Seamless Steel Pipe

Product Description

  ASTM A53 Grade B Carbon Steel Seamless Pipes are Medium Carbon Steel Pipes with 0.3 % carbon content with combination of 1.2 % manganese. These Pipes are most commonly used for general purpose applications worldwide. ASTM A53 Grade B Pipes are ductile and strong Pipes with long wearing properties.

Seamless pipe is a tubular section or hollow cylinder, usually but not necessarily of circular cross-section, used mainly to convey substances which can flow - liquids and gases (fluids), slurries, powders and masses of small solids.

1. Steel tubing is a hollow steel shape intended for structural purposes and made from carbon, stainless, or galvanized steel further divided as:
· Mechanical Tubing is used in low stress applications such as fences, kitchens, restaurants, hospitals, solar panels and made with wall thicknesses up to 10 gauge.
· Structural Tubing is for high stress structural application like bridges, buildings, roll cages, and underwater platforms with wall thickness from 3/16" and up. It is often referred to as Hollow Structural Sections or just the acronym HSS.
2. Pipe is a hollow structure that is intended to carry material such as liquids, gasses, or even solids. Its wall thickness is described by its Schedule and it is often broken down by type using the method of manufacturing it, either ERW or Seamless.
Seamless pipe (and tubing) is made by extruding a steel block or by drilling a solid steel bar. Next, the extrusion or the drilled steel bar is cold drawn through a dye to achieve the diameter and thickness needed. Because this process can cause mechanical hardening, sometimes the material is annealed and straightened as a final process. Seamless Pipe & Tubing is subdivided as:
Cold Drawn Seamless, or CDS, exhibits precise tolerances and a good surface finish.
Hot Finished Seamless, or HFS, has less critical tolerances and somewhat scaly finish and is not as strong as CDS.

Standard API, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS
Outer Diameter 21.3mm-660mm
Wall Thickness 0.5mm-20mm
Dia Tolerance Control with in the standard, OD:±1%, WT:±10%
Materials 10#, 20#, 45#, Q235, Q345, Q195, ASTM A53/ A106/ A178/ A333/ A335, SAE1018, SAE1020, SAE1045, ST37, ST37-2, ST35, ST45, ST52, ST35.8, 19Mn5, 16Mn, SS400, Q345B, 27SiMn, 20Cr, 40Cr, 12CrMo, 15CrMo, 30CrMo, 35CrMo, 42CrMo
Zinc coating Pre galvanized steel pipe: 60-150g/m²
Hot dipped galvanized steel pipe: 200-400g/m²
Type of pipe coating Epoxy powder
Inspection ISO, BV, SGS, MTC
Packing Steel strip packed. Standard Export Seaworthy Package. Suit forall kinds of transport, or as required
Application Accessorize, machinery parts, structure steel pipe, piling pipe, sewage and clear water transportation, Line pipe for petroleum and so on
MOQ 5metric ton,sample order accepted
Shipment time Within 7-10 workdays after receiving deposit or L/C
Market Southeast Asia, Middle East, Africa, Europe, South American and so on


Application

Carbon steel pipe and tube are used in high-pressure conditions. They are highly resistant to shock and vibration, making it ideal to transport fluids. Carbon steel pipes are widely used in a number of industries, such as construction material, buidlings, bridges, transporting water and sewage, oil and gas industries, boiler and condenser tubes, high-pressure applications, and chemical processing.
- Construction material / bridges
- Transporting water and sewage
- Oil and gas industries
- Boiler and condenser tubes
- High-pressure applications
- Chemical processing

ASTM A53 is a carbon steel alloy, which can be used as structural steel or for low-pressure pipelines. 
ASTM A53 (ASME SA53) carbon steel pipe is a specification that covers seamless and welded black and hot-dipped galvanized steel pipe in NPS 1/8″ to NPS 26.  A53 is intended for pressure and mechanical applications and is also acceptable for ordinary uses in steam, water, gas, and air lines.
A53 pipe comes in three types (F, E, S) and two grades (A, B).
A53 Type F is manufactured with a furnace butt weld or may have a continuous weld (Grade A only)
A53 Type E has an electric resistance weld (Grades A and B)
A53 Type S is a seamless pipe and found in Grades A and B)

  ASTM A53 grade B carbon seamless steel pipe is a commonly used carbon steel pipe with good strength and corrosion resistance. It has high tensile strength and elongation and can be used to manufacture pipes, fittings and piping systems. It can also be used to manufacture structural parts such as beams and columns, as well as pipes for hydraulic and air systems.

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