What is A234 WP1?
The production and export of a wide variety of premium Alloy Steel A234 WP1 Pipe Fittings is a specialty of Silver-Tubes. Under a specific set of industrial standards, the quality of these alloy fittings is rigorously inspected. These A234 WP1 are available from us fully hardened and tempered. These fittings were created for usage in environments with sulfuric acid. yet because of their excellent functionality and long service lives, are currently being utilized in a number of applications.
These Alloy Steel A234 WP1 Pipe fitting are renowned for their high levels of dimensional accuracy and corrosion resistance. These alloy steel fittings can be used in a variety of settings across numerous industries. We provide our clients with a full range of standard, dimension, and grade customization choices for these alloy steel seamless fittings. The best raw materials are used in the production of these alloy steel fittings.
The best and most popular fittings for installing pipes are made of alloy steel and are designated as A234 WP1. These fittings are all built from the strongest alloy steel available, which has the strength to withstand extremely dangerous chemicals and gases. These work best in delicate applications in the nuclear and power generation industries to manage toxic compounds that are dangerous to people and animals if released. These pipe fittings, which come in a variety of diameters, pressure ratings, and surface finishes, ensure quick and simple installation of the pipes.
Specifications of A234 WP1 Pipe Fittings
Specifications: ASTM A 234 / ASME SA 234
Dimensions: ANSI/ASME B16.9, B16.28, MSS-SP-43.
Range: 1/8″ NB TO 48″ NB (Seamless & Welded)
Types: Seamless / ERW / Welded / Fabricated
Thickness: Sch 5s, Sch 10s, Sch 40s, Sch 80s, Sch 160s, Sch XXS
A234 WP1 Fittings Heat Treatment
Fittings must undergo heat treatment procedures after being formed at a temperature above the critical range but below it under acceptable conditions to prevent harmful flaws brought on by excessively rapid cooling, but never more quickly than the rate of cooling in still air. Metal (part) temperatures for heat treatment are listed. Fittings that require heat treatment must be treated in accordance with paragraph 7 of the A960/A960M specification.