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SPECIALITY PIPE AND TUBE

FOR BOILER AND PETROCHEMICAL PLANT


Contents Introduction
Chronology of Chita Works
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2
Location of Chita Works 4
Tubular Products and Applications 6
Manufacturing Process and Equipment
Seamless Pipe Process Equipment 8
Special Steel Pipe Process Equipment 10
ERW Pipe Process Equipment 12
Quality Assuarance System 14
Research and Development 17
Size Availability
1. Hot Finished Seamless Pipe and Tube Small Diameter 18
Medium Diameter 20
2. Cold Finished Pipe and Tube 22
(Seamless and Electric-Resistance-Welded)
3. Electric-Resistance-Welded Pipe and Tube 23
Reference of Specification
1. ASTM/ASME : Steel Tubes for Heat Transfer (2003)
(1) Chemical Requirements and Tensile Requirements 24
(2) Test and Examination 26
2. ASTM/ASME : Steel Pipes for Piping (2003)
(1) Chemical Requirements and Tensile Requirements 28
(2) Test and Examination 30
Comparison of Specifications 34
Marking and Packaging 38
For Inquiring and Ordering 40
Introduction
Boilers play an important role in various types of plants for the
power and chemical industry. With the progress of these industries,
modern boilers have become larger in size and the temperature, as
well as the pressure, has increased. Therefore, the steel pipes used
within them must be of a higher quality.
Chita Works is one of the world's largest specialized steel pipe mills,
manufacturing high quality steel pipe for boilers and heat
exchangers using integrated processes ranging from raw materials
to final quality control. Using their ample knowledge and
experience, JFE Steel Corporation has installed up-to-date
manufacturing and inspection facilities at Chita Works. Furthermore,
Chita Works includes a fully expanded research division, which is
making vigorous endeavors in research and development to meet
the highly sophisticated needs of the individual users.
JFE Steel strives for the complete satisfaction of its customers and
looks forward to their continued patronage.

Boiler Tubes Pipes for Piping Use

HRSG module Plant piping

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Chronology of Chita Works
Chita Works : Marking out new directions for challenge History of Cast and Tubular Products

along the coordinates of history and tech nology. 1943


1945
Chita Works established as special steel plant.
Steelmaking shop begins operation.
1949 South casting shop begins operation.
1950 Kawasaki Steel Corporation established.
Chita Works began operation in 1943 as part of Kawasaki Heavy 1953 Demming implementation prize.
Industries. The plant was originally constructed to produce special 1961 North casting shop begins operation.
steels, and manufacture various types of molds, rolling rolls, and Spiral tube mill begins operation.
other cast steel products. When Kawasaki Steel Corporation was 1964 Medium diameter ERW pipe mill (14''mill) begins operation.
established in 1950, Chita Works became a part of the new 1970 Small diameter seamless pipe mill begins operation.
1971 Butt-welded tube mill begins operation.
company. At that time, the production system was completely
OCTG production equipment start up.
renovated in response to the needs of the time and Chita Works
1972 Small diameter ERW pipe mill begins operation.
became a specialty plant mainly producing steel pipes. Beginning 1978 Medium diameter seamless pipe mill begins operation.
with the construction of a large diameter spiral tube mill in 1961, a Medium diameter ERW pipe mill (26''mill) begins operation.
succession of new pipe-making shops was built. This established a 1979 V-process casting equipment start up.
production system that covered all types of steel pipe from butt- 1981 Cumulative pipe production at Chita Works reaches 10 million
tons.
welded tube to seamless.
1983 High grade special OCTG production equipment expanded.
In April 2003, the operations of Kawasaki Steel and NKK were

Challenge
Development of numerical control (NC) rolling technology for
reorganized, and Chita Works was reborn as part of JFE Steel seamless pipe.
Corporation. (Awarded the Okochi Memorial Special Production Prize)
Chita Works has now become one of the world's leading pipe- 1985 ERW pipe production technology using full cage forming
making plants, boasting the world's most complete product line of method.
pipe and tubular products made at a single facility. Chita Works is (Awarded the Aida A ward of Japan Society for
Technology of Plasticity.
constantly aware of their mission to contribute to society by
1990 CBR forming mill for stainless ERW pipe started up.
developing and applying the world's most advanced technologies. Modernization of small diameter heavy wall ERW pipe mill.
With this in mind, they will continue to meet the diverse needs of Stainless flexible tubing mill begins operation.
their customers with the highest levels of product quality.
Technology 1991
Square pipe (square column) production equipment started up.
Special pipe mill equipment expanded.
Start of production of cast high speed steel rolls.
1993 ISO 9001 certification (pipe).
Establishment of high productivity production technology for
stainless seamless pipe.
(Awarded the Okochi Memorial Special Production Prize).
1994 Modernization of spiral tube mill.
1998 Start of production of cast super high speed steel rolls.

History Development of martensitic stainless steel seamless pipe for


line pipe.
(Awarded the MITI Minister's Prize)
1999 ISO 9001 certification (castings).
ISO 14001 certification.
2000 HISTORY Pipe production equipment started up.
50th anniversary of establishment of Kawasaki Steel
Corporation.
Cumulative production of seamless steel pipe reaches 10
million tons.
2002 JFE Holdings, Inc. established.
2003 JFE Steel Corporation established.

Start of plant or equipment operation


Topics
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Location of Chita Works

Located in the center of Japan, with excellent access to world markets


Chita Works is part of the Chukyo Industrial Zone and faces Kinuura Bay.
Giving it good access to the world's sea lanes. Located almost in the center of
the Kinuura Coastal Industrial Zone, Chita takes advantage of its excellent site
conditions as a base for supplying tubular products to users around the world
while coexisting with nature. The site also has outstanding access to other An Integrated Production System and Ideal Layout
related industries, beginning with the company's East Works and West Works The group of shops that make up Chita Works For Obu
which supply materials for pipemaking. In short, Chita enjoys an excellent kinuura Rinkai Line
was laid out on a 1.81 million m2 site to
location for growing hand in hand with companies around the world. create the ideal pipe production system. All Goudo River
North Gate
aspects of the production system, from Higashi
unification of research and development to Narawa 1
Station
concentration of technology and efficient
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quality control are realized by taking full
Main Handa Golf Links
advantage of the features of the location. Gate 10
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Chita's confidence that it can meet demand Asmil
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for steel pipes of all types and sizes as one
of the world's leading pipemaking works. 3
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Chiba International Airport Taketoyo Yahagi River
Tokyo Head Office 5 Small diameter ERW pipe mill (3", 6" mill)
Kinuura
Bay Toyohashi 6 Small diameter ERW pipe mill (4" mill)
Ise Bay
keihin Toyooka I.C. Mikawa Bay 7 Medium diameter seamless pipe mill
Chita Works East Japan Works Kinuura Coastal 8 Small diameter seamless pipe mill
Morozaki
West Japan Works Indutrial Zone 9 Special steel pipe mill
10 Main building
Cape Irako 11 Tubular Products and Castings Research Dept.
Fukuyama Kurashiki
12 Quality Assurance Group (Inspection)
By Train 13 Training Center
Stainless steel coils JR Line (From Nagoya station)
Take a Tokaido Line train towards Toyohashi and stop at Obu Site area : 1.81 106m2
Hot rolled coils
station.
Billets Change trains to Taketoyo Line. Stop at Higashi-Narawa
station, just in front of Chita Works.
-Total time expected is 1 Hour
High alloy slabs Meitetsu Line (From Shin-Nagoya station)
Take a Utsumi-kowa Line train from Shin-Nagoya station and
stop at Chita-Handa station. Take a taxi from Chita-Handa to
Chita Works.(10 Minutes)
-Total time expected is 50 minutes.
By Car
4 10 minutes by car from Handa I.C. to Chita Works. 5
One of the world's leading pipe mills

Tubular Products and Applications

World's most complete line of tubular products

: Hot process
East Works Chita Works : Cold process
Energy-related Tubular
Products
[Seamless pipes] Boiler and heat transmission use
West Works Medium diameter seamless pipe Boiler water tubes, flue pipes,
Medium diameter
seamless pipe mill superheat tubes, Heat exchangers
Seamless square column Oil country tubular goods(OCTG)
Casing and tubing for oil wells
Bloom Billet Small diameter Line pipe
Billet mill Seamless pipe mill Small diameter seamless pipe
Line pipe for transportation of oil,
gas, etc.
Special Others FIN TUBE
pipe mill Cold finished pipe
Geothermal power generation,
[Welded pipes]
High alloy slab nuclear power
Smelting
reduction Stainless flexible
tubing mill Stainless flexible tubing
furnace Continuous
casting
(East Works) Machine Structural Use
Galvanized
Galvanized pipe
and Material Piping
pipe mill Automobile parts
Stainless Shafts, rods, frames, cylinders,
Stainless mill steel coil exhaust manifolds, etc.
Small diameter Small diameter ERW pipe
ERW pipe mill 3''6''mill Industrial machinery and trans-
portation equipment parts
Small diameter HISTORY pipe Cylinders, bushes, frames, etc.
ERW pipe mill 4''mill
Others
Scuba diving tanks
Blast furnace Medium diameter ERW pipe
Hot coil Medium diameter
Hot strip mill
ERW pipe mill
Square column
General Piping
Water works
Spiral tube mill Spiral welded pipe City water and sewerage piping,
industrial water piping
Gas piping
Slab Medium diameter ERW pipe (East Works) Gas lead tubes, gas feed/ support
Medium diameter pipe
Converter ERW pipe mill
Continuous Square column (East Works) Others
casting Plant piping, office building air
Butt welded pipe mill (East Works) conditioning piping
Low temperature piping
Spiral tube mill (East Works, West Works)
Hot coil

UOE pipe mill (East Works, West Works)


Civil Engineering and
Plate
Construction
Steel pipe pile, steel pipe sheet pile
Cast Products and Applications Bridge foundations, building
foundations, quays, revetments,
Rolling rolls V-process cast products breakwaters, Steel pipe piles for
landslide prevention
High speed tool steel Plugs for seamless pipe rolling (mechanical screw), etc.
Super high speed tool steel Heat-and wear-resistant products
General structural and
Grain Cast steel footing hardware
architectural structural use
Ductile Weather-resistant design panels
Buildings (square column), steel
Adamite etc.
towers, scaffolding, supporting
etc.
columns, etc.
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Technology and equipment developed by Chita Works creates high product quality

Seamless Pipe Process Equipment

Using the mandrel mill method and plug mill method, Product types
these mills produce high grade small and medium Boiler tubes
diameter pipes with excellent dimensional accuracy. Line pipes
Seamless pipes play an active role as the ''arterial OCTG
system'' in a wide range of modern industries, in Pipes for general structural use
various piping applications, and oil well tubulars. Chita Pipes for machine structural use
produces these products by a dynamic manufacturing Material pipes
process. Square pipes etc
Small diameter seamless pipe mill Medium diameter seamless pipe mill
Capacity 444,000 tons/year Capacity 468,000 tons/year

Equipment Mandrel mill process 1 Equipment Plug mill process 1


Heat treatment equipment 3 Heat treatment equipment 1
Upsetter 1 Thread cutting line 2
Thread cutting line 3

Product Outside diameter 25.4-177.8 mm Product Outside diameter 177.8-426.0 mm


dimensions Wall thickness 2.3-40 mm dimensions Wall thickness 5.1-65 mm
Length 4.0-22.3 m Length 5.5-13.5 m

Piercer Mandrel mill Elongator Plug mill

Manufacturing Flowchart
Seamless pipe production process Small diameter seamless pipe
Regenerative burner type rotary hearth heating furnace

Mandrel mill Reducer (28 stands)


Pipe material Medium diameter seamless pipe
(round billet) Piercer
Heating furnace
Reheating
furnace

Plug mill Sizing mill (8 stands)


Elongator Reeler
Straightening machine

Inspection Marking
&
Hydrostatic testing Coating
Straightening
machine Eddy current testing,
ultrasonic testing
Shipping
Heat treatment Sizing mill
[quenching, tempering, normalizing] (3 stands) Magnetic leakage
After rotary hearth heating furnace (walking beam type) flux testing
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Technology and equipment developed by Chita Works creates high product quality

Special Steel Pipe Process Equipment

In producing special steel pipes, Chita Works takes Product types Boiler Tubes (Crane Handling)
advantage of the respective material properties of Carbon steel, alloy steel pipe
carbon steel, alloy steel, and other materials, and Boiler tubes, steel pipes for machine structural use,
performs heat treatment, finishing processing, and pipes for various piping applications
inspections as required by the intended use, making
full use of leading-edge technologies. Capacity 60,000 tons/year
Special steel pipe is a field that has enjoyed large Equipment Non-oxidizing atmosphere
demand in recent years. Among these products, Chita heat treatment furnace 2
Non-destructive inspection
Works is responding to the need for longer boiler equipment 3
tubes of the 22 m, in length. Processing and finishing
Chita Works has established a totally reliable quality equipment 1
assurance system in which inspections are performed Cold drawn pipe equipment 1
45 ton drum type draw bench
using three types of non-destructive inspection
Semi-continuous coating
devices, magnetic leakage flux testing (MLFT), equipment
ultrasonic testing (UT), and eddy current testing (ET).
Product Outside diameter 15.9-114.3(101.6) mm
dimensions Wall thickness 1.5-13.0 mm
Length 22.3(13.0) m
Note : Figures in parentheses ( ) are for cold drawn pipe.

Principles of non-destructive inspection (For Boiler tubes)


Magnetic Leakage Flux Tester (MLFT) Ultra sonic tester (UT) Eddy current tester (ET)

Leakage Flux Reference coil


Sensor UT Probe
Crack

Principle
of detection N S Primary coil

Self-comparative method by using a


Magnetizer difference of impedance between an
Tube tested Tube tested
induced current and an excited current

Outside crack and scratch in Inside / outside / internal crack Defect having spatial volume
L direction in L direction
Roller hearth type non-oxidizing atmosphere heat treatment furnace Ultrasonic test device Inside / outside / internal crack
Object Depth 0.20mm
in T direction
Manufacturing Flowchart
Length 8mm
Lamination check
Wall thickness
Special steel pipe production process

WT
: Stable detection
Mother pipe : Unstable detection
Non-oxidizing atmosphere
Heat treatment Normalizing . Tempering Crack WT Inside pit Outside pit Scab Dent/Rolled in material
Eddy current testing Magnetic leakage flux testing Outside
UT Internal
Inside
Detective Outside
ability ET Internal
Ultrasonic testing Straightening machine
Inside
Inspection of Marking Outside
appearance & Bundling Shipping MLFT
Inside
and dimensions Coating
judgment
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Technology and equipment developed by Chita Works creates high product quality

ERW Pipe Process Equipment

At the electric resistance welded (ERW) pipe mills, Medium diameter ERW pipe mill (26''mill)
Manufacturing Flowchart
steel strip are formed into a pipe shape by roll Capacity 480,000 tons/year
forming, and then welded continuously by a high ERW pipe production process (Medium diameter ERW pipe)
Equipment Pipemaking mill 1 Cooling
frequency electric resistance welder or high Maximum pipemaking speed: 45 m/min Ultrasonic testing(UT)
frequency or medium frequency induction heating Welding method: Automatic heat input Edge milling Cage roll forming Welding
welder to produce uniform, high strength steel controlled high frequency electric
resistance welding(300KHz) Bead cutting Post-
pipes. The 26 mill manufactures ERW pipes with the
Forming method: Cage roll forming (inner/outer surfaces) Annealer
world's largest outside diameter, at 660.4mm Breakdown roll forming
(26 inches) and largest wall thickness, at 25.4mm Sizing
(1 inch). Product Outside diameter 318.5-660.4 mm Cutting
Steel pipe
dimensions Wall Thickness 4.0-25.4 mm
(pipe) Length 5-20 m
Product Outside diameter 250-550sq. mm Facing Hydrostatic Testing
dimensions Wall thickness 6-25 mm Sizing
(square column) Length 6-18 m Cutting Column R

Galvanizing
Marking
Inspection & Shipping
Coating
Ultrasonic testing
Thread cutting

Line pipe Square columns

Product types Small diameter ERW pipe mill(3'',6''mill)


Water line pipe Coated pipes Capacity 190,000 tons/year
Line pipe Pipe piles Equipment Pipemaking mill 2
Boiler tubes Square columns Maximum pipemaking speed: 100 m/min
OCTG Welding method: Automatic heat input
Pipes for general structural use controlled high frequency or medium
frequency induction heating welding World's largest outer diameter/heaviest wall full cage roll forming (26 inch) mill (Medium diameter ERW pipe mill)
Pipes for machine structural use Forming method: CBR forming
Stainless steel tubes for exhaust gas system use Breakdown roll forming
etc
Product Outside diameter 31.8-165.2 mm
dimensions (28.6-76.3 mm)
Wall thickness 2.0-12.7 mm
(0.6-2.5 mm)
Length 4-18 m
Note:
Figures in parentheses ( ) are for stainless tubes.

SMD(Super Mini Dril) Auto exhaust manifold

CBR forming mill (Small diameter ERW stainless pipe mill) Cage roll forming in CBR forming mill
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Quality Assuarance System

In 1993, Chita Works was certified under the international


standard for quality assurance, ISO 9001. The works is
carrying out activities to implement a quality system which
ensures even higher levels of customer satisfaction.

1. Integrated Quality Control System


by Independent Division
The inspection system has been firmly established at Chita
Works as well as at the East Japan and West Japan Works
for the purpose of assuring product quality and
maintaining quality levels.

2. Manufacturing
and Inspection System
Manufacture and inspection are performed by employing
the latest techniques and superb inspection facilities to Amalog-Sonoscope Inspection (Electric Magnetic Method)
meet the highly sophisticated needs of users. The following
special quality control systems have been established for
Eddy Current Tester
both seamless and welded pipe.
For seamless pipe :
(1) Employment of the hot dimensional measuring device
for improving dimensional accuracy.
(2) Total length dimensional inspection by using an
ultrasonic automatic outside diameter and wall
thickness measuring device.
(3) Computerization extending from the pipe making line
to product inspection and shipping.
For welded pipe :
(1) Employment of the automatic welding temperature
control system.
(2) Employment of the medium frequency induction
welding process. Ultrasonic Tester Hydrostatic Tester

(3) Development of the inert gas sealed welding process.


(4) The weld shape microscopic investigation system.
Ultrasonic automatic outside diameter and wall thickness
3. Application of Various measuring device

Non-destructive Inspections
Intermediate and product inspection steps are taken at
each steel pipe mill. There are various facilities for eddy
current detection, magnetic particle detection, ultrasonic
detection, amalog sonoscope inspection, fluoroscopic
inspection, spark tests, etc. These non-destructive
inspections are conducted from time to time on
specifications and dimensions of steel pipe, or in
compliance with requests from the users, therefore making
quality assurance guaranteed.
Coating Device

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Quality Assuarance System

4. Facility Examination and Inspector


Qualification Systems
A system of periodical facility examination has been
established for maintaining accuracy of manufacturing
and inspection facilities. Special inspections such as
nondestructive inspections and grade identification tests
are conducted only by inspectors who have been
specially trained and qualified to perform such
inspections. A system is enforced to conduct periodical
training and examination of such inspectors in order to
maintain and improve their technical levels.

5. Enhancement of Operational Sizing Mill Operator Room


Accuracy by Facility Computerization
Development of various kinds of sensors, system
development, and computerization, which are related to
manufacturing and inspection facilities, maintain the
high level operational conditions. The analysis of various
kinds of data is utilized for further enhancement of
operational and inspection technique levels. JFE Steel's
medium diameter seamless steel pipe manufacturing
facility is one of the most automated mills in the world.

Automatic Rack System

Central Computer Room

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Research and Development

The Chita Research Laboratory at the Chita Works is investigations, while working on research and
pursuing research and development directly connected development in cooperation with the Chita Works. The
to pipe making techniques and pipe products. Our research staff and facilities constitute the foundation of
Research Laboratories at the East Works/Chiba are manufacturing high quality steel pipes at JFE Steel.
conducting basic studies as well as consolidated

Internal Pressure Creep Tester Elevated Temperature Tensile Tester

Creep Rupture Tester

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Size Availability

1. Hot Finished Seamless Pipe and Tube


Small Diameter
WT inch 0.1 0.15 0.2 0.25 0.3 0.35 0.4 0.45 0.5 0.55 0.6 0.65 0.7 0.75 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8

OD mm 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 25 30 35 40 45

N.P.S. inch mm
25.4 5.0 5.9

3/4 26.7 5.9 7.5


2.3
27.2
7.5 9.0
1 1/4" 31.8
11.0
1 33.4
2.4
34.0, 34.5 9.1
12.0
1 1/2" 38.1
40.0
12.0 15.0
1 1/4 42.2, 42.7 2.6
44.5, 45.0
47.0
1 1/2 48.3, 48.6 13.0
2" 50.8, 51.0 18.0
52.0, 52.4 15.0
2.9
54.0
57.0, 57.1 15.5

2 60.3, 60.5
2 1/2" 63.5 3.3 16.0
65.0
68.1
70.0 3.4 20.0
2 1/2 73.0
3" 76.2, 76.3
80.0 3.6 22.0
82.6
85.0
3 3 1/2" 88.9, 89.1 3.5
90.0 3.9 25.0
95.0, 96.0
3 1/2 4" 101.6
105.0
108.0
110.0
4 4 1/2" 114.3 4.0 32.0
120.0
5" 127.0
130.0
133.0
135.0
5 1/2" 139.7, 139.8
5 141.3 32.0 35.0
146.0
6" 152.4
153.7 4.0 4.5
159.0 40.0
165.2
6 168.3
177.8 4.0 40.0

For alloy steel tubes and pipe, please consult us in advance.


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Size Availability

Medium Diameter
WT inch 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8 2.0 2.2 2.4 2.6

OD mm 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65

N.P.S. inch mm
7" 177.8 31.0

180.0 40.0
185.0 32.0

187.7 5.0 5.5


190.7 33.0

193.7 45.0
194.5 34.0

203.0 35.0

215.0 37.0

216.3 50.0
8 8 5/8" 219.1 40.0
6.0 55.0
232.0
241.8 6.3 41.0

244.5 42.0

245.0
250.0 44.0

267.4 46.0
65.0
269.9 47.0

10 10 3/4" 273.0
298.5 52.0

318.5 6.3
12 12 3/4" 323.8
325.0 55.0
339.7
351.0
14 14" 355.6 7.9
365.1 50.0
65.0
377.0
400.0 55.0
402.0
16 16" 406.4
426.0 9.0 12.0 43.0 45.0

For alloy steel tubes and pipe, please consult us in advance.


: For the lined range, please consult us in advance.

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Size Availability

2. Cold Finished Pipe and Tube (Seamless and Electric-Resistance-Welded) 3. Electric-Resistance-Welded Pipe and Tube

WT inch 0.10 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.30 0.35 0.4 0.45 0.50 WT inch 0.10 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.30 0.35 0.40 0.45 0.50 0.55 0.60 0.65 0.70 0.75 0.80 0.85 0.90 0.95

OD mm 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 OD mm 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
N.P.S. inch mm N.P.S. inch mm
4.0 1/2" 12.7 2.3
5/8" 15.9 13.8 1.4 3.0
3/8 17.1 5/8" 15.9
4.8
17.3 3.2
17.3 3/4" 19.1 3.5
19.0 4.7 21.7 3.7
6.5 7/8" 22.2 1.0
3/4" 19.05 2.0 1" 25.4 6.0
27.2
1/2 21.3 1 1/8" 28.6 3.4
21.4 5.3 7.5 30.0 4.0
1 1/4" 31.8 5.3
21.7 1 33.4 6.9
23.0 1.5 5.7 34.0
1 1/2" 38.1
25.0 7.7 40.0 8.0
25.15 6.3 41.3
1 1/4 42.2
1" 25.4 42.7 0.6
3/4 26.7 6.6 45.0 9.0
1 1/2 48.3
27.2 6.8 8.0 48.6
2" 50.8
28.0 2 1/3" 54.0 10.0
30.0 7.5 8.3 57.0 7.2
7.9 2 2 3/8" 60.3
1 1/4" 31.8 60.5
1 33.4 8.3 2 1/2" 63.5
8.5
65.0
34.0 2.5 65.4
38.0 10.0
70.0 0.8 11.0
9.5 2 1/2 2 7/8" 73.0
1 1/2" 38.1 75.0
42.7 3" 76.2
76.3
44.5 82.6
3 3 1/2" 88.9 1.8
45.0 2.0 89.1
1 1/2 48.3 3.0 10.5 3 1/2 4" 101.6
4 4 1/2" 114.3
48.6 5" 127.0 12.7
2" 50.8 139.8 2.0
5 141.3
51.0 11.0 6" 152.4
54.0 165.2 2.6
6 6 5/8" 168.3
57.1 7" (177.8) 14.3
2 60.3 190.7
3.5 7 5/8" (193.7) 3.0 3.7
60.5 216.3
8 8 5/8" 219.1
2 1/2" 63.5 (241.8) 16.1
65.0 9 5/8" (244.5) 3.9
267.4 3.2
67.0 10 10 3/4" 273.1
70.0 2.5 11.0 13.0 11 3/4" 298.4 3.4
318.5 3.8 16.1 17.5
2 1/2 73.0 12 12 3/4" 323.9 4.8 17.5 20.6
3" 76.2 13 3/8" 339.7 4.0
14 14" 355.6 19.1
76.3 400.0 4.5 5.0
82.6 16 16" 406.4
18 18" 457.2 4.8 5.3
3 3 1/2" 88.9 4.0 11.0 18 5/8" 473.1
500.0 5.6 22.0 23.8
89.1 3.0 20 20" 508.0
4" 101.6 13.0 22 22" 558.8
600.0 6.0 6.3
24 24" 609.6
26 26" 660.4
For alloy steel tubes and pipe, please consult us in advance.
: For the lined range, please consult us in advance.
For alloy steel tubes and pipe, please consult us in advance.
: For the lined range, please consult us in advance.
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Reference of Specification

1. ASTM/ASME : Steel Tubes for Heat transfer (2003)


(1) Chemical Requirements and Tensile Requirements
Chemical Requirements % Heat Treatment (4) Tensile Requirements
Manufacturing
Specification Grade Elongation
Method Hot Finished Tensile strength Yield strength
Code Designation P S Cold Finished As Weld ERW MPa MPa GL=2in min %
(1) C Mn max. max. Si Ni Cr Mo V other Seamless min min (L)
A 178 A E 0.06~0.18 0.27~0.63 0.035 0.035 - - - - - - A N - - -
SA 178 C E 0.35 0.80 0.035 0.035 - - - - - - A N 415 255 30
D E 0.27 1.00~1.50 0.030 0.015 0.10 - - - - - A N 485 275 30
A 179, SA 179 - S-C 0.06~0.18 0.27~0.63 0.035 0.035 - - - - - - A - - -
A 192, SA 192 - S 0.06~0.18 0.27~0.63 0.035 0.035 0.25 - - - - - - A - - -
A 209 T1 S 0.10~0.20 0.30~0.80 0.025 0.025 0.10~0.50 - - 0.44~0.65 - - A A, FA, IA, NT 380 205 30
SA 209 T1a S 0.15~0.25 0.30~0.80 0.025 0.025 0.10~0.50 - - 0.44~0.65 - - A A, FA, IA, NT 415 220 30
T1b S 0.14 0.30~0.80 0.025 0.025 0.10~0.50 - - 0.44~0.65 - - A A, FA, IA, NT 365 195 30
A 210 A1 S 0.27 0.93 0.035 0.035 0.10 - - - - - - SA, FA, N 415 255 30
SA 210 C S 0.35 0.29~1.06 0.035 0.035 0.10 - - - - - - SA, FA, N 485 275 30
A 213 T2 S 0.10~0.20 0.30~0.61 0.025 0.025 (2) 0.10~0.30 - 0.50~0.81 0.44~0.65 - - A A 415 205 30
SA 213 T5 S 0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 0.50 - 4.00~6.00 0.45~0.65 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
T5b S 0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 1.00~2.00 - 4.00~6.00 0.45~0.65 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
T5c S 0.12 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 0.50 - 4.00~6.00 0.45~0.65 - (3) A A 415 205 30
T9 S 0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 0.25~1.00 - 8.00~10.00 0.90~1.10 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
T11 S 0.05~0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 0.50~1.00 - 1.00~1.50 0.44~0.65 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
T12 S 0.05~0.15 0.30~0.61 0.025 0.025 (2) 0.50 - 0.80~1.25 0.44~0.65 - - A A 415 220 30
T17 S 0.15~0.25 0.30~0.61 0.025 0.025 0.15~0.35 - 0.80~1.25 - 0.15 - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
T21 S 0.05~0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 0.50 - 2.65~3.35 0.80~1.06 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
T22 S 0.05~0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 0.50 - 1.90~2.60 0.87~1.13 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
T23 S 0.04~0.10 0.10~0.60 0.030 0.010 0.50 - 1.90~2.60 0.05~0.30 0.20~0.30 (3) NT NT 510 400 20
T91 S 0.08~0.12 0.30~0.60 0.020 0.010 0.20~0.50 0.40 8.00~9.50 0.85~1.05 0.18~0.25 (3) NT NT 585 415 20
T92 S 0.07~0.13 0.30~0.60 0.020 0.010 0.50 0.40 8.50~9.50 0.30~0.60 0.15~0.25 (3) FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 620 440 20

Note (1) Manufacturing Method (2) Other elements % (4) Heat Treatment
E : Electric resistance welded process T2, T12 : S 0.045max (permissible to order) The tubes shall be subjected to the heat treatment by
S : Seamless process, hot finished and cold finished one of specified method, the heat treatment other
S-C : Seamless process and cold-finished than those specified in the table shall be agreed up on
(3) Other elements %
by the purchaser and the manufacturer.
T5C : 4 C Ti 0.70
T23 : W 1.45~1.75 Cb 0.02~0.08 B 0.0005~0.006 A : Annealing
N 0.030 Al 0.030 FA : Full annealing
T91 : Cb 0.06~0.10 N 0.030~0.070 Al 0.040 IA : Isothermal annealing
T92 : W 1.50~2.00 Cb 0.04~0.09 B 0.001~0.006 NT : Normalizing and Tempering
N 0.03~0.07 Al 0.040 N : Normalizing
SA : Subcritical annealing

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Reference of Specification

Specified
- No Specified
(2) Test and Examination
Mechanical Test Dimensional Tolerance

Specification Grade Manufacturing Hardness Reverse Outside Supplementary


Flattening Flaring Flange Crush Hydrostatic Nondestructive Wall Thickness WT
Test max. Flattening Diameter Length (L) Quality Requirements
Code Designation Method Test Test Test Test Test Test (WT) Variation
(6) Test (OD)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) HB HR (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12), (13) (14) (15)

A 178 A E - - -
SA 178 C E - - - - UST (E 273 or E 213)
D E - - - -
A 179, SA 179 - S-C - - B 72 -
A 192, SA 192 - S - - 137 B 77 -
A 209 T1 S - - 146 B 80 -
SA 209 T1a S - - 153 B 81 - Surface Condition
T1b S - - 137 B 77 -
A 210 A1 S - - 143 B 79 -
SA 210 C S - - 179 B 89 -
A 213 T2 S - - 163 B 85 -
SA 213 T5 S - - 163 B 85 -
T5b S - - 179 B 89 -
T5c S - - 163 B 85 -
T9 S - - 179 B 89 -
T11 S - - 163 B 85 -
Intergranular
T12 S - - 163 B 85 -
Corrosion Test etc
T17 S - - 163 B 85 -
T21 S - - 163 B 85 -
T22 S - - 163 B 85 -
T23 S - - 220 B 97 -
T91 S - - 250 C 25 -
T92 S - - 250 C 25 -

Note (1) Manufacturing Method (4) Flange test (10) Tolerance in Outside Diameter mm (12) Tolerance of Variation in Wall Thickness mm
E : Electric resistance welded steel tube OD of Tubes mm Width of Flange S-H OD of Tubes WT of Tubes S Tubes E Tubes
S : Seamless steel tube (Hot or cold finished) 63.5 15% of OD OD of Tubes Tolerance 50.8 - -
S-C : Cold finished seamless steel tube -
63.5 95.2 12.5% of OD 101.6 0.4, 0.8 5.6 -
(2) Flattening test 50.8
95.2 203.2 10% of OD 101.6 190.5 0.4, 1.2 5.6 10% 5%
(l+e)t 190.5 228.6 0.4, 1.6
H=
e+t/D (5) Crush test (13) Tolerance in Height of Flash on
mm Electric Resistance Welded Tubes
H : distance between flattening plates (mm) WT of Tubes mm Height of Crushed Section mm mm
S-C & E
t : specified wall thickness of the tube (mm) 19 or until outside folds OD of Tubes WT of Tubes Tolerance
D : specified outside diameter of the tube (mm) 3.43 OD of Tubes Tolerance
are in contact 3.4 0.15
e : constant individually defined for each grade of 25.4 0.1 50.8
3.43 32 3.4 0.25
the pipe 25.4 38.1 0.15
50.8 - 0.25
0.09 : low carbon steel (C 0.18%) (6) Hardness test 38.1 50.8 0.20
0.07 : medium carbon steel (C 0.19%) WT of Tube mm Hardness Test 50.8 63.5 0.25 (14) Tolerance in Length mm
0.08 : ferritic alloy steel
1.7 - 63.5 76.2 0.30 OD of Tubes S - H Tubes S - C Tubes E Tubes
(3) Flaring test (Seamless Steel Tubes) 1.7 5.1 Rockwell Hardness (HR) 0.38 50.8 5, 0 3, 0 3, 0
76.2 101.6
Minimum Expansion of ID % Brinell Hardness (HB) or 101.6 190.5 0.38, 0.64 50.8 5, 0 5, 0 5, 0
5.1 Rockwell Hardness (HR)
Ratio of ID to OD C-Steels and Other Ferritic
C-Mo Steels Alloy Steels 190.5 228.6 0.38, 1.14 These permissible variation in length applied to
HR B or C : Rockwell Hardness tester scale.
tubes before bending.
0.9 21 15 (11) Tolerance in Wall Thickness
(7) Reverse flattening test mm They apply to cut lengths up to and including
0.8 22 17 This test shall be applied for welded steel tubes. S-H S-C 7,300mm (24ft), and for lenghs greater than
0.7 25 19 Please refer ASTM A 450. WT E 7,300mm, the above over-tolerance shall be
of Tubes OD OD OD OD
increased by 3mm(1/8in) for each 3000mm
0.6 30 23 (8) Hydrostatic test and (9)Nondestructive test 101.6 101.6 38.1 38.1
(10ft) or fraction there of over 7300mm (24ft)
0.5 39 28 Each tube shall be subjected to the nondestructive 2.4 40 % -
0 or 13mm (1/2in), whichever is the lesser.
electric test or the hydrostatic test at the option of
0.4 51 38 2.4 35 % 35 % (15) Supplementary Requirements
the manufacturer, unless otherwise specified in the 3.8 0 0 20 % 22 % 18 %
0.3 68 50 purchase order. 33 % 0 0 0 The supplementary requirements shall apply only
3.8 33 %
ID : Inside diameter of the tube (mm) 4.6 0 0 when specified by the purchase order.
OD : Outside diameter of the tube (mm) 4.6 28 % 28 %
0 0
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Reference of Specification

2. ASTM/ASME : Steel Pipes for Piping (2003)


(1) Chemical Requirements and Tensile Requirements
Chemical Requirements % Heat Treatment (3) Tensile Requirements
Specification Grade Manufacturing
Hot Finished Cold Finished Tensile strength Yield strength Elongation
Code Designation Method C Mn P S Si Ni Cr Mo V other As Welded ERW MPa MPa
(1) max. max. Seamless Seamless min min min % (L)

A 53 A S, E 0.25 0.95 0.05 0.045 - 0.40 0.40 0.15 0.08 Cu 0.4 - - - 330 205 (4)

SA 53 B S, E 0.30 1.20 0.05 0.045 - 0.40 0.40 0.15 0.08 Cu 0.4 - - SA 415 240 (4)

A 106 A S 0.25 0.27~0.93 0.035 0.035 0.10 0.40 0.40 0.15 0.08 Cu 0.4 - A 330 205 35
SA 106 B S 0.30 0.29~1.06 0.035 0.035 0.10 0.40 0.40 0.15 0.08 Cu 0.4 - A 415 240 30
C S 0.35 0.29~1.06 0.035 0.035 0.10 0.40 0.40 0.15 0.08 Cu 0.4 - A 485 275 30
A 135 A E 0.25 0.95 0.035 0.035 - - - - - - - 331 207 35
SA 135 B E 0.30 1.20 0.035 0.035 - - - - - - SA 414 241 30
A 333 1 S 0.30 0.40~1.06 0.025 0.025 - - - - - - N, NQ N, NQ N, NQ 380 205 35
SA 333 3 S 0.19 0.31~0.64 0.025 0.025 0.18~0.37 3.18~3.82 - - - - N N N 450 240 30
Cu 0.40~0.75
4 S 0.12 0.50~1.05 0.025 0.025 0.08~0.37 0.47~0.98 0.44~1.01 - - Al 0.04~0.30 N N 415 240 30
6 S 0.30 0.29~1.06 0.025 0.025 0.10 - - - - - N, NQ N, NQ N, NQ 415 240 30
7 S 0.19 0.90 0.025 0.025 0.13~0.32 2.03~2.57 - - - - N N N 450 240 30
8 S 0.13 0.90 0.025 0.025 0.13~0.32 8.40~9.60 - - - - QT, DNT QT, DNT QT, DNT 690 515 22
9 S 0.20 0.40~1.06 0.025 0.025 - 1.60~2.24 - - - Cu 0.75~1.25 N N N 435 315 28
C b 0.05
10 S 0.20 1.15~1.50 0.035 0.015 0.10~0.35 0.25 0.15 0.05 0.12 Al 0.06 NQ NQ NQ 550 450 22
C u 0.15
11 S 0.10 0.60 0.025 0.025 0.35 35.0~37.0 0.50 0.50 - Co 0.50 AN AN AN 450 240 18
A 335 P1 S 0.10~0.20 0.30~0.80 0.025 0.025 0.10~0.50 - - 0.44~0.65 - - A A 380 205 30
SA 335 P2 S 0.10~0.20 0.30~0.61 0.025 0.025 0.10~0.30 - 0.50~0.81 0.44~0.65 - - A A 380 205 30
P5 S 0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 0.50 - 4.00~6.00 0.45~0.65 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
P 5b S 0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 1.00~2.00 - 4.00~6.00 0.45~0.65 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
P 5c S 0.12 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 0.50 - 4.00~6.00 0.45~0.65 - - A A 415 205 30
P9 S 0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 0.25~1.00 - 8.00~10.00 0.90~1.10 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
P 11 S 0.05~0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 0.50~1.00 - 1.00~1.50 0.44~0.65 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
P 12 S 0.05~0.15 0.30~0.61 0.025 0.025 0.50 - 0.80~1.25 0.44~0.65 - - A A 415 220 30
P 15 S 0.05~0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 1.15~1.65 - - 0.44~0.65 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
P 21 S 0.05~0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 0.50 - 2.65~3.35 0.80~1.06 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
P 22 S 0.05~0.15 0.30~0.60 0.025 0.025 0.50 - 1.90~2.60 0.87~1.13 - - FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT 415 205 30
P 23 S 0.04~0.10 0.10~0.60 0.030 0.010 0.50 - 1.90~2.60 0.05~0.30 0.20~0.30 (2) NT NT 510 400 20
P 91 S 0.08~0.12 0.30~0.60 0.020 0.010 0.20~0.50 0.40 8.00~9.50 0.85~1.05 0.18~0.25 (2) NT NT 585 415 20
P 92 S 0.07~0.13 0.30~0.60 0.020 0.010 0.50 0.40 8.50~9.50 0.30~0.60 0.15~0.25 (2) NT NT 620 440 20

Note (1) Manufacturing Method (3) Heat Treatment (4) Minimum Elongation : %
E : Electric resistance welded process The tubes shall be subjected to the heat treatment by A 0.2
e = 1940
S : Seamless process, hot finished and cold finished one of specified method, the heat treatment other U0.9
S-C : Seamless process and cold-finished than those specified in the table shall be agreed up on
A = cross-sectional area of the tensile specimen. mm2
by the purchaser and the manufacturer.
(2) Other elements % U = specified tensile strength. MPa
A : Annealing
P23 W 1.45~1.75 Cb 0.02~0.08 B 0.0005~0.006
FA : Full annealing
N 0.030 Al 0.030
IA : Isothermal annealing
P91 Cb 0.06~0.10 N 0.030~0.070 Al 0.04
NT : Normalizing and Tempering
P92 W 1.50~2.00 Cb 0.04~0.09 B 0.001~0.006
N : Normalizing
N 0.03~0.07 Al 0.04
QT : Quenching and Tempering
DNT : Double normalizing and Tempering
SA : Seam annealing of the welded portion

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Specified
- No specified
(2) Test and Examination
Mechanical Test Dimensional Tolerance

Specification Grade Manufacturing Outside Wall Thickness


Flattening Bending Hardness Test Impact Test Hydrostatic Nondestructive Length (L) Weight Supplementary Requirements
Code Designation Method Diameter
Test Test max. Test Test (WT)
(OD)
(1) (2) (3), (4) HB HR (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)

A 53 A S, E (e:0.09) (Pipe) - - -
-
SA 53 B S, E (e:0.07) (Pipe) - - -
A 106 A S (e:0.08) (Pipe) - - -
SA 106 B S (e:0.07) (Pipe) - - - -
C S (e:0.07) (Pipe) - - -
A 135 A E (H=2/3D) - - - -
-
SA 135 B E (H=2/3D) - - - -
A 333 1 S - - - ( W) 45 C
SA 333 3 S - - - ( W) 100 C
4 S - - - ( W) 100 C
6 S - - - ( W) 45 C
7 S - - - ( W) 75 C S1 Subsize lmpact Specimens
8 S - - - - 195 C
9 S - - - ( W) 75 C
10 S - - - ( W) 60 C
11 S - - - -
A 335 P1 S - - -
SA 335 P2 S - - -
P5 S - - -
P 5b S - - - S1 Product Analysis
P 5c S - - - S2 Transverse Tension Tests
P9 S - - - S3 Flattening Test
S4 Metal Structure and Etching Tests
P 11 S - - -
S5 Photomicrographs
P 12 S - - - S6 Photomicrographs for Individual
P 15 S - - - Pieces
P 21 S - - - S7 Alternative Heat Treatment
(Grade T91)
P 22 S - - -
P 23 S - - -
P 91 S 250 C 25 -
P 92 S 250 C 25 -

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(2) Test and Examination (continue)


Note (1) Manufacturing Method Note (8), (9) ,(10), (11)
Specification OD WT L Weight
S : Seamless steel pipe, hot finished and cold finished (8) (9) (10) (11)
Code NPS mm % mm %
E : Electric resistance welded steel pipe
A 53 1-1/2 0.40 ES SRL (4.88~6.71m)
12.5 10
(2) Flattening test SA 53 2 1% OD ES RL (3.66~6.71m)
(l+e)
H= 1-1/2 0.40
e+t/D

H : distance between flattening plates (mm) 1-1/2 4 0.79


t : specified wall thickness of pipe (mm) 1.59
4 8 SRL
D : specified outside diameter of pipe (mm) A 106 0.79 10
12.5
e : constant individually defined for each grade of the pipe SA 106 DRL 3.5
2.38
8 18
0.09 : low carbon steel (C 0.18%) 0.79
0.07 : medium carbon steel (C 0.19%)
3.18
0.08 : ferritic alloy steel 18 26
0.79

(3) Bending test (A 53, SA 53, A 106, SA 106) A 135 10


1.0% 12.5 by agreed
For pipe NPS 2 and under shall be capable of being bend SA 135 3.5
cold through 90 around a cylindrical mandrel, the
diameter of which is 12 times the outside diameter of D(NPS) t/D
20
the pipe, without developing cracks. 1/8 2-1/2 -
12.5
0.4
1/8 1-1/2 22.5
(4) Bending Test (A 335, SA 335) 0.8 3 18 5%
12.5 NPS 12
For pipe whose diameter exceed NPS 25, whose diameter 0.8
to wall thickness ratio is 7.0 or less shall be subjected to 1-1/2 4 10
0.8 15
the bend test instead of the flattening test, the bend test 3 18 5% 3.5
A 333 1.6 12.5
specimens shall be bend at room temperature through 4 8 by agreed
SA 333 0.8
180 without cracking on the outside of the bend portion. Welded 17.5 NPS 12
2.4 20 -
The inside diameter of the bend shall be 1 inch. 8 18 pipes 12.5 10
0.8
5
3.2 Seamless 22.5
(5) Impact Test 18 26 20 5%
0.8 pipes 12.5
a, Absorbed Energy for Charpy Impact Test
Size of Specimen Minimum Average Value Minimum Value of Seamless 15
20 5%
mm One Set of 3 Specimens J One Specimen J pipes 12.5

10 10 18 14
ES pipes of weights lighter than extra strong.
10 7.5 14 11
SRL Single random length.
10 6.67 12 9 A 335 and SA 335 (ferritic alloy steel pipe) shall apply
10 5.0 9 7 the specification of steel tubes for heat transfer.

10 3.33 7 4
(12) Supplementary Requirements
10 2.5 5 4
One or more of the supplementary requirements shall
b, On welded pipe, additional impact tests of the same apply only when specified in the perchase order.
number shall be made to test the weld.

(6) Hydrostatic test and (7) Nondestructive test


Each tube shall be subjected to the nondestructive
electric test or the hydrostatic test at the option of
the manufacturer, unless otherwise specified in the
purchase order.

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Note / ASTM: American Society of Testing and Materials ISO : International Standard

Please recheck the original specification in advance of the order. ASME: American Society of Mechanical Engineers
(American National Standard)
ABS : American Bereau of shipping
NK : Nippon Kaiji Kyokai
JIS : Japanese Industrial Standard LRS : Lloyd's Register of shipping
BS : British Standard DNV: Det Norske Vertas
DIN : Beutsche Industrie-Normen KA : Japanese METI code
Carbon Steel Boiler and Heat Exchanger Tubes Steel Heat Exchanger Tubes for Low Temperature Service
ASTM ASME JIS G 3461 BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV ASTM ASME JIS G 3464 BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV

A178 A SA178 A STB 340 3059-P1 320 17175 st 35.8 ABS D KSTB 33 Sec 6 320 Sec 4-E-TS360 A334 1 SA334 1 STBL 380 3603 430LT 17173 TTst35N/V

3059-P2 360 17177 st 37.8 17174 TTst35N/V

A179 SA179 3606 320 ABS G KSTB 35 Sec 6 360 A334 3 SA334 3 STBL 450 3603 503LT 17173 10Ni14 2604 TS43

A192 SA192 ABS H

A214 SA214 A334 8 SA334 8 STBL 690 3603 509LT 17173 X8Ni9 2604 TS45

A556 A2 SA556 A2

A178 C SA178 C STB 410 3059-P2 440 17175 st 45.8 ABS F KSTB 42 Sec 6 410 Sec 4-E-TS410-1 A334 6 SA334 6 17173 26CrMo4

A210 A1 SA210 A1 3606 440 17177 st 42.8 ABS J A334 7 SA334 7 17173 11MnNi53

A556 B2 SA556 B2 17174 11MnNi53

A334 9 SA334 9 17173 13MnNi63

STB 510 17175 19Mn 5 Sec 4-E-TS510 17174 13MnNi63

A178 D SA178 D Sec 6 460 Sec 4-E-TS460-1 A334 11 SA334 11 17173 12Ni19

A210 C SA210 C 17174 12Ni19

A556 C2 SA556 C2 A423 1 SA423 1 (17174 10Ni14)

A423 2 SA423 2 (17174 X8Ni9)

Alloy Steel Boiler and Heat Exchanger Tubes


ASTM ASME JIS G 3462 BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV Steel Tubes for Fired Heater
A209 T1 SA209 T1 STBA 12 3606 243 17175 15Mo3 2604 TS26 ABS K KSTB 12 Sec 4-E-TS380 ASTM ASME JIS G 3467 BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV

A250 T1 SA250 T1 3606 245 17177 15Mo3 2604 TS26 A210 A1 SA210 A1 STFA 10

A209 T1a SA209 T1a STBA 13 ABS L A209 T1 SA209 T1 STFA 12

A250 T1a SA250 T1a A213 T12 SA213 T12 STFA 22

A213 T2 SA213 T2 STBA 20 17175 14MoV83 2604 TS33 Sec 4-E-TS440 A213 T11 SA213 T11 STFA 23

A250 T2 SA250 T2 A213 T22 SA213 T22 STFA 24

A213 T12 SA213 T12 STBA 22 3606 620 17175 13CrMo44 2604 TS32 ABS O KSTB 22 Sec 6 1Cr 1/2Mo-440 Sec 4-E-TS410-3 A213 T5 SA213 T5 STFA 25

A250 T12 SA250 T12 2604 TS32 A213 T9 SA213 T9 STFA 26

A213 T11 SA199 T11 STBA 23 3606 621 ABS N KSTB 23 Sec 4-E-TS410-4

SA213 T11 Alloy Steel Tubes for Generator Boiler


A213 T22 SA199 T22 STBA 24 3606 622 17175 10CrMo910 2604 TS34 ABS P KSTB 24 Sec 6 2-1/2Cr 1Mo-410 Sec 4-E-TS450-2 ASTM ASME KA BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV

SA213 T22 KA-STBA 21

A213 T5 SA199 T5 STBA 25 3606 625 2604 TS37 Sec 4-E-TS430 A213 T23 SA213 T23 KA-STBA 24J1

SA213 T5 A213 T91 SA213 T91 KA-STBA 28

A213 T9 SA199 T9 STBA 26 3059-P2 622-490 2604 TS38 Sec 4-E-TS500

SA213 T9

A209 T1b SA209 T1b 3059-P2 243 17175 17Mn4 2604 TS39 ABS M Sec 6 2-1/2Cr 1Mo-490 Sec 4-E-TS450-1

3059-P2 620-460 (=A209-


T1b)
A250 T1b SA250 T1b 3059-P2 629-470 17175 14MoV63 2604 TS40 Sec 4-E-TS460-2

A250 T11 SA250 T11 3059-P2 629-590 17175 X20CrMoV12 1 Sec 4-E-TS590

A250 T22 SA250 T22 3059-P2 762 Sec 4-E-TS610

A213 T5b SA213 T5b 3059-P2 304S51 Sec 4-E-TS690

A213 T5c SA213 T5c 3059-P2 306S51

A213 T17 SA213 T17 3059-P2 316S52

A213 T21 SA213 T21 3059-P2 316S51

A213 T23 SA213 T23 3059-P2 321S51

A213 T91 SA213 T91 3059-P2 347S51

A213 T92 SA213 T92 3059-P2 215S15

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Note / ASTM: American Society of Testing and Materials ISO : International Standard
ASME: American Society of Mechanical Engineers ABS : American Bereau of shipping
(American National Standard) NK : Nippon Kaiji Kyokai
JIS : Japanese Industrial Standard LRS : Lloyd's Register of shipping
BS : British Standard DNV: Det Norske Vertas
DIN : Beutsche Industrie-Normen KA : Japanese METI code
Carbon Steel Pipes for Pressure Service Alloy Steel Pipes for High Temperature Service
ASTM ASME JIS G 3454 BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV ASTM ASME JIS G 3458 BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV

A53 A SA53 A STPG 370 3601 320 1626 ust37.0 2604 TS4 ABS 2 KSTPG 38 Sec 2 320 Sec 4-B-TS360 A335 P1 SA335 P1 STPA 12 17175 15Mo3 2604 TS26 ABS 6 KSTPA 12

2604 TW4 Sec 2 360 17177 15Mo3 2604 TW26

A135 A SA135 A 3601 360 1626 st37.0 2604 TS5 ABS 8 Sec 3 320 Sec 4-B-TW360 A335 P2 SA335 P2 STPA 20 3604 P1 660 2604 TS32 ABS 7

2604 TW5 Sec 3 360 2604 TW32

1629 st37.0 2604 TS6 A335 P12 SA335 P12 STPA 22 3604 P1 620-440 17175 13CrMo44 ABS 12 KSTPA 22 Sec 2 1Cr 1/2Mo440

2604 TW6 Sec 3 1Cr 1/2Mo440

A53 B SA53 B STPG 410 3601 430 1626 st44.0 2604 TS9 ABS 3 KSTPG 42 Sec 2 410 Sec 4-B-TS410 A335 P11 SA335 P11 STPA 23 3604 P1 621 ABS 11 KSTPA 23

2604 TW9 Sec 4-B-TW410 A335 P22 SA335 P22 STPA 24 3604 P1 622 17175 10CrMo910 2604 TS34 ABS 13 KSTPA 24 Sec 2 2-1/4Cr1Mo410

A135 B SA135 B 1629 st44.0 2604 TS10 ABS 9 Sec 3 410 Sec 4-B-TS430 A335 P5 SA335 P5 STPA 25 3604 P1 625 2604 TS37 ABS 14

2604 TW10 Sec 4-B-TW430 A335 P9 SA335 P9 STPA 26 3604 P1 629-470 2604 TS38

1626 st52.0 2604 TS13 Sec 2 460 Sec 4-B-TS500 A335 P5b/P5c SA335 P5b/P5c 3604 P1 591 17175 14MoV63 2604 TS33 Sec 2 2-1/2Cr1Mo490

2604 TW13 Sec 4-B-TW500 A335 P15 SA335 P15 3604 P1 629-590 17175 X20CrMoV12 1 2604 TS39 Sec 2 1/2Cr1/2Mo1/4V460

1629 st52.0 2604 TS14 Sec 2 490 A335 P21 SA335 P21 3604 P1 762 2604 TS40

2604 TW14 Sec 3 460 A335 P91 SA335 P91

A335 P92 SA335 P92

Carbon Steel Pipes for High Pressure Service


ASTM ASME JIS G 3455 BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV

STS 370 1630 st37.4 KSTS 38 Steel Pipes for Low Temperature Service
ASTM ASME JIS G 3460 BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV

A333 1 SA333 1 STPL 380 3603 430LT 17173 TTst35N ABS 1L KLP A Sec 4 360 Sec 4-D-TS6

STS 410 1630 st44.4 2604 TS15 KSTS 42 17173 TTst35V KLP B Sec 4-D-TW6

A334 1 SA334 1 17174 TTst35N KLP C Sec 4-D-TS10

STS 480 1630 st52.4 2604 TS18 KSTS 49 17174 TTst35V Sec 4-D-TW10

A333 3 SA333 3 STPL 450 3603 503LT 17173 10Ni14 2604 TS43 ABS 4L KLP 3 Sec 4 3.5Ni440 Sec 4-D-TS43

Carbon Steel Pipes for High Temperature Service A333 8 SA333 8 STPL 690 3603 509LT 17173 X8Ni9 2604 TS45 ABS 5L KLP 9 Sec 4 9Ni690 Sec 4-D-TS45
ASTM ASME JIS G 3456 BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV

A106 A SA106 A STPT 370 3602 P1 360 17175 st35.8 ABS 4 KSTPT 38 A333 4, A334 3 SA333 4, SA334 3 17173 26CrMo4 ABS 2L KLP 2 Sec 4 410 Sec 4-D-TS15
17177 st37.8 Sec 4-D-TW15
A106 B SA106 B STPT 410 3602 P1 430 17175 st45.8 ABS 5 KSTPT 42 A333 6, A334 6 SA333 6, SA334 6 17173 11MnNi53 ABS 3L Sec 4 460 Sec 4-D-26CrMo4
17177 st42.8 17174 11MnNi53 Sec 4-D-TW43
A106 C SA106 C STPT 480 3602 P1 500Nb 17175 17Mn4 KSTPT 49 A333 7, A334 7 SA333 7, SA334 7 17173 13MnNi63 ABS 6L Sec 4-D-11MnNi53
17175 19Mn5 17174 13MnNi63 Sec 4-D-TW45

A333 9, A334 8 SA333 9, SA334 8 17173 12Ni19 Sec 4-D-13MnNi63


Alloy Steel Pipes for High Pressure Service 17174 12Ni19
GB 5310, CNB-9 A333 10, A334 9 SA333 10, SA334 9 17174 10Ni14 Sec 4-D-12Ni19
12Cr1MoV A333 11, A334 11 SA333 11, SA334 11 17174 X8Ni9

Alloy Steel Pipes for Generator Piping


ASTM ASME KA BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV

A335 P23 SA335 P23 KA-STPA 24J1

A335 P91 SA335 P91 KA-STPA 28

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Marking and Packaging

1. Standard Marking

Classification Standard Package Appearance of Package

Outside 200mm
Trade mark & name Specification Grade Diameter Length MFG No.
300mm 200mm Wire Point 200mm

JFE STEEL ASTM A213 T91-S-H 2"x 0.250"x 20' 04-4 12345 1-23456

Hexagonal Form Steel hoop PP sheet L 8m : 4point


OD 168.3mm 8 L 13.5m : 6point
Manufacturing Wall Manufacturing HEAT No.
L 13.5m
Method Thickness date

2. Standard Packaging
Hot Finished
or Tubes & Pipes
Classification Standard Package Appearance of Package Cold Finished
50mm
600mm 1500mm 1500mm pitch 600mm

Bare in bundle
with steel hoops
Hexagonal Form
OD 168.3mm Wooden slat Steel hoop PP sheet
L 13.5m OD 168.3mm
L 13.5m
Steel hoop PP sheet (Polypropylene sheet)

L 8m : 4point
8 L 13.5m : 6point

Hot Finished Tubes & Pipes

2000mm pitch
2000mm 2000mm 2000mm 2000mm

Protect under
steel hoops
OD 168.3mm
L 13.5m Bare in loose
Hot Finished Tubes & Pipes
(OD 168.3mm)
Wooden slat PP sheet Wooden slat

Note : The package shall be perform at the option of the manufacturer, unless otherwise specified in the purchase order.

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For Inquiring and Ordering

All inquiries and orders should contain the following information.

1. Designation 3. Dimensions 5. Inspection 9. Delivery requirements


Specification, edition, grade, type and part (1) Outside diameter [O.D] or nominal pipe size Specify the name of an inspection agent when the Time, place and shipping instructions
No. Purchaser's own specification covering [NPS] with abbreviation. inspector representing the purchaser should inspect.
requirements not included in the referenced (2) Wall thickness 10. End use
specification, and/or those that replace, (or Nominal or minimum wall thickness, nominal 6. Finish and coating Commodities to be transported, location, on-land
supersede) valid specification should be attached weight or schedule number. Mill's standard varnish coating. * or off-shore, operation pressure and temperature,
to first inquiry and/or given at revision. (3) Length (*Consult with us at an inquiry, if other when available.
Specific* or random requirement.)
2. Specific requirements (*In case of specific length, length tolerance 11. Consult with us before placing an order or
(1) Method of manufacture should be specified if necessary.) 7. Marking requirement at an inquiry, when any of the following
(Seamless, electric-resistance welded) When a marking other than that stipulated in the items are required.
(2) Type of manufacture 4. Quantity specification is required, give a detailed description (1) Intermediate grade, wall thickness
(Hot-finished or cold drawn) Feet, meters or number of lengths of such marking. (2) Special and/or supplemental requirements in
(3) Type of end finish *Delivery allowance should be specified. chemistry
Square-cut or beveled* 8. Packaging requirement (3) Special and/or supplemental mechanical properties
(*Special requirements on bevel angle and root Bundled or loose* (4) Special or alternative hydrostatic pressure
face stipulated other than the specification (*Any special packaging should be so instructed if (5) Closer tolerance on sizes
should be mentioned in the inquiry.) specified other than the specification.) (6) Additional and/or alternative nondestructive
Threaded & coupled* inspection
(*Requirements different from the specification (7) Any alternative and/or additional conditions
should be mentioned.)

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