Boiler Tube

Boiler Tube

Boiler Tubes are metal tubes used within boilers that heat water to make steam. Boiler steel pipes are divided into two types: medium-pressure boiler pipes and high-pressure boiler pipes. It is extensively used in heat exchanger pipe and tubing services, tube exchanger bundles, high-pressure boilers, economizers, super-heater, petrochemical industry pipes, and other applications.

PRODUCT FEATURES

Features of Boiler Tube

Boiler tubes and pipes necessitate exceptionally high quality as well as a wide range of steel grades and dimensions suitable for various applications.

As a backdrop, our boiler tubes and pipes have developed from a secure system through years of experience and the foremost engineering process to fully meet these standards.

They are produced using an integrated production system, as well as tight quality design and quality control from raw materials to finished products.

In response to changing needs, we are producing new materials and products, as well as performing extensive research and development, including manufacturing process research.

Types of Boiler Tube

Tube boilers are broadly classified into two categories: water-tube boilers and fire-tube boilers.

Water circulates inside the tubes of a water-tube boiler and is heated outside by hot gases created by the furnace. With fire-tube boilers, hot gas travels through one or more tubes, heating the water surrounding them by thermal conduction.

Dimension and Sizes of Boiler Tube

DN

O. D.

W. T.

Inch

mm

SCH5S

SCH10S

SCH10

SCH20

SCH30

SCH40

SCH60

SCH80

SCH100

SCH120

SCH140

SCH160

STD

XS

XXS

50

2″

60.3

1.65

2.77

3.91

5.54

8.74

3.91

5.54

11.07

65

2 1/2″

73

2.11

3.05

5.16

7.01

9.53

5.16

7.01

14.02

80

3″

88.9

2.11

3.05

5.49

7.62

11.13

5.49

7.52

15.24

90

3 1/2″

101.6

2.11

3.05

5.74

8.08

5.74

8.08

100

4″

114.3

2.11

3.05

6.02

8.58

11.13

13.49

6.02

8.56

17.12

125

5″

141.3

2.77

3.4

6.55

9.53

12.7

15.88

6.55

9.53

18.05

150

6″

168.3

2.77

3.4

7.11

10.97

14.27

18.26

7.11

10.97

21.95

200

8″

219.1

2.77

3.76

6.35

7.04

8.18

10.31

12.7

15.09

18.26

20.62

23.01

8.18

12.7

22.23

250

10″

273.1

3.4

4.19

6.35

7.8

9.27

12.7

15.09

18.26

21.44

25.4

28.58

9.27

12.7

25.4

300

12″

323.9

3.96

4.57

6.35

8.38

10.31

14.27

17.48

21.44

25.4

28.58

33.32

9.53

12.7

25.4

350

14″

355.5

3.96

4.78

6.35

7.92

9.53

11.13

15.09

19.05

23.83

27.79

31.75

35.71

9.53

12.7

400

16″

406.4

4.19

4.78

6.35

7.92

9.53

12.7

16.66

21.44

26.19

30.96

36.53

40.49

9.53

12.7

450

18″

457.2

4.19

4.78

6.35

7.92

11.13

14.27

19.05

23.83

39.36

34.93

39.67

45.24

500

20″

508

4.78

5.54

6.35

9.53

12.7

15.09

20.62

26.19

32.54

38.1

44.45

50.01

550

22″

558.8

4.78

5.54

6.35

9.53

12.7

22.23

28.58

34.93

41.28

47.63

53.98

600

24″

609.6

5.54

6.35

6.35

9.53

14.27

17.48

24.61

30.96

38.89

46.02

52.37

59.54

Medium-Pressure Boiler Tube and High-Pressure Boiler Tube

Depending on the operating temperature, either a medium-pressure or a high-pressure boiler pipe shall be utilized. Typically classed as follows:

  • The normal operating temperature of the boiler pipe is less than 450°C. The procedure of hot rolling or cold drawing is mostly used to manufacture the medium-pressure boiler pipeline.
  • High-pressure boiler pipes are frequently utilized under extreme temperatures and pressures. The pipe will oxidize and corrode as a result of the high-temperature flue gas and steam. It is necessary for a high-pressure boiler pipe to have high tensile strength, high resistance to oxidation corrosion, and superior tissue stability.

How to Control the quality of Boiler Pipe

Boiler tubes and pipes are highly sought after due to their ability to withstand extremely demanding operating conditions while maintaining operational reliability. We maintain stringent quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from steelmaking to tube and pipe fabrication, and have devised the following quality assurance system.

- Independence of the Quality Assurance Department

The quality assurance department is distinct from the manufacturing department and is charged with primary authority and responsibility for quality in order to ensure it.

- Standardization of Tasks

Numerous manufacturing and quality-related tasks are standardized and recorded in order to facilitate unification.

- Adoption of an inspector qualification system

Numerous manufacturing and quality-related tasks are standardized and recorded in order to facilitate their integration.

- Full adoption of nondestructive tests

Numerous mandatory tests and inspections are carried out according to application, and all items undergo nondestructive testing during final inspection.

- Establishment of periodic gauges and tester calibration systems

Numerous gauges and testers are calibrated on a regular basis to assure quality inspection.

Three Steps to Choose High Quality Boiler Tubes

While selecting boiler tubes, keep the following in mind to ensure that you are purchasing the correct and highest-quality tubes:

  1. Examine the tube’s cross-section. A seamless tube of high quality will have a smooth cross-section and be free of bumps and imperfections.
  2. Determine the pipe’s density to determine the percentage of contaminants in the pipe. Avoid pipes with a low density!
  3. Inspect the boiler tube’s outside. A smooth surface is a sign of a high-quality boiler tube. If the surface is rough and uneven, you can be certain that the quality is lacking.
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