Is Inconel 825 Pipe Magnetic?
The Inconel 825 pipe is a non-magnetic based nickel alloy. The higher content of chromium, copper, and molybdenum makes these pipes non ferromagnetic.
Why Choose Incoloy 825 Seamless Pipe For Marine And Offshore Environments Application?
The Incoloy 825 seamless pipe is highly resistant to corrosion due to the good chemical composition of nickel, chromium, and molybdenum. The seamless pipe has no seams giving them superior strength. The pipes are resistant to stress corrosion cracking due to their stable austenitic structure. These pipes are also tolerant against reducing acids and oxidizing agents like nitric acid solutions and nitrates. The alloy is stabilized with titanium to prevent pitting and intergranular attacks. These features coupled with its good welding capacity make it a good choice in offshore and marine industries.
What Is The Best Temperature For Alloy 825 Welded Pipe?
The Alloy 825 welded pipe has excellent mechanical properties and works in temperatures of up to 1000 degrees F. The welded sections are not preferred in pressure-vessel systems. However, they can optimally operate in pressure vessels at wall temperatures up to 800 degrees F.
What Type of Testing Used For ASTM B423 Uns N08825 ERW Pipe
The first type of test of the ASTM B423 Uns N08825 ERW pipe is the appearance test. Here the appearance tests of the welds should meet the requirements. The pipe is then tested for non-destructive testing of straight seam pipes. Furthermore, ray and ultrasonic detection are performed on the pipe. If a pipe passes all these tests, then it is deemed fit to be supplied to our esteemed customers.
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