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SPECIALITY PIPE AND TUBE
FOR BOILER AND PETROCHEMICAL PLANT

Contents

Introduction Chronology of Chita Works Location of Chita Works Tubular Products and Applications Manufacturing Process and Equipment
Seamless Pipe Process Equipment Special Steel Pipe Process Equipment ERW Pipe Process Equipment

1 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 17 18 Small Diameter Medium Diameter 20 22 23

Quality Assuarance System Research and Development Size Availability
1. Hot Finished Seamless Pipe and Tube 2. Cold Finished Pipe and Tube (Seamless and Electric-Resistance-Welded) 3. Electric-Resistance-Welded Pipe and Tube

Reference of Specification
1. ASTM/ASME : Steel Tubes for Heat Transfer (2003) (1) Chemical Requirements and Tensile Requirements (2) Test and Examination 2. ASTM/ASME : Steel Pipes for Piping (2003) (1) Chemical Requirements and Tensile Requirements (2) Test and Examination

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Comparison of Specifications Marking and Packaging For Inquiring and Ordering

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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Chita Works : Marking out new directions for challenge along the coordinates of history and tech nology.
Chita Works began operation in 1943 as part of Kawasaki Heavy Industries. The plant was originally constructed to produce special steels, and manufacture various types of molds, rolling rolls, and other cast steel products. When Kawasaki Steel Corporation was established in 1950, Chita Works became a part of the new company. At that time, the production system was completely renovated in response to the needs of the time and Chita Works became a specialty plant mainly producing steel pipes. Beginning with the construction of a large diameter spiral tube mill in 1961, a succession of new pipe-making shops was built. This established a production system that covered all types of steel pipe from buttwelded tube to seamless. In April 2003, the operations of Kawasaki Steel and NKK were reorganized, and Chita Works was reborn as part of JFE Steel Corporation. Chita Works has now become one of the world's leading pipemaking plants, boasting the world's most complete product line of pipe and tubular products made at a single facility. Chita Works is constantly aware of their mission to contribute to society by developing and applying the world's most advanced technologies. With this in mind, they will continue to meet the diverse needs of their customers with the highest levels of product quality.

Chronology of Chita Works
1943 1945 1949 1950 1953 1961 1964 1970 1971 1972 1978 1979 1981 1983

History of Cast and Tubular Products
Chita Works established as special steel plant. Steelmaking shop begins operation. South casting shop begins operation. Kawasaki Steel Corporation established. Demming implementation prize. North casting shop begins operation. Spiral tube mill begins operation. Medium diameter ERW pipe mill (14''mill) begins operation. Small diameter seamless pipe mill begins operation. Butt-welded tube mill begins operation. OCTG production equipment start up. Small diameter ERW pipe mill begins operation. Medium diameter seamless pipe mill begins operation. Medium diameter ERW pipe mill (26''mill) begins operation. V-process casting equipment start up. Cumulative pipe production at Chita Works reaches 10 million tons. High grade special OCTG production equipment expanded. Development of numerical control (NC) rolling technology for seamless pipe. (Awarded the Okochi Memorial Special Production Prize) ERW pipe production technology using full cage forming method. (Awarded the Aida A ward of Japan Society for Technology of Plasticity. CBR forming mill for stainless ERW pipe started up. Modernization of small diameter heavy wall ERW pipe mill. Stainless flexible tubing mill begins operation. Square pipe (square column) production equipment started up. Special pipe mill equipment expanded. Start of production of cast high speed steel rolls. ISO 9001 certification (pipe). Establishment of high productivity production technology for stainless seamless pipe. (Awarded the Okochi Memorial Special Production Prize). Modernization of spiral tube mill. Start of production of cast super high speed steel rolls. Development of martensitic stainless steel seamless pipe for line pipe. (Awarded the MITI Minister's Prize) ISO 9001 certification (castings). ISO 14001 certification. HISTORY Pipe production equipment started up. 50th anniversary of establishment of Kawasaki Steel Corporation. Cumulative production of seamless steel pipe reaches 10 million tons. JFE Holdings, Inc. established. JFE Steel Corporation established.

Challenge
1985 1990

Technology

1991 1993

History

1994 1998

1999 2000

2002 2003

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■ Start of plant or equipment operation ■ Topics ■ Prize-related

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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 related industries, beginning with the company's East Works and West Works which supply materials for pipemaking. In short, Chita enjoys an excellent location for growing hand in hand with companies around the world.

An Integrated Production System and Ideal Layout
The group of shops that make up Chita Works was laid out on a 1.81 million m2 site to create the ideal pipe production system. All aspects of the production system, from unification of research and development to concentration of technology and efficient quality control are realized by taking full advantage of the features of the location. This modern plant is a tangible symbol of Chita's confidence that it can meet demand for steel pipes of all types and sizes as one of the world's leading pipemaking works.
For Obu kinuura Rinkai Line

Goudo River
Higashi Narawa Station Main Gate Asmil 13 11 8 3 6 9 Ishikawa 2-nd Bridge
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North Gate 1 2 10 12 5 4 7 Handa Golf Links

Export Quay Kinuura Port Casting shop Pipe mill Other facility

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Tokyo Head Office keihin East Japan Works

Chiba

Central Japan International Airport Taketoyo Ise Bay Kinuura Coastal Indutrial Zone Kinuura Bay

Chita Works

Handa I.C.

Handa

JR Tokaido Line

1 2 3 4 5

North casting shop

West Japan Works Fukuyama Kurashiki

Chita Works

Toyooka I.C.

Morozaki

JR

South casting shop

Yahagi River Toyohashi Mikawa Bay

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se an ink
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Spiral (large diameter) tube mill

Medium diameter ERW pipe mill (26" mill) Small diameter ERW pipe mill (3", 6" mill) Small diameter ERW pipe mill (4" mill) Medium diameter seamless pipe mill Small diameter seamless pipe mill Special steel pipe mill Main building

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Cape Irako

Tubular Products and Castings Research Dept. Quality Assurance Group (Inspection) Training Center

Stainless steel coils Hot rolled coils Billets

By Train
JR Line (From Nagoya station) Take a Tokaido Line train towards Toyohashi and stop at Obu station. Change trains to Taketoyo Line. Stop at Higashi-Narawa station, just in front of Chita Works. -Total time expected is 1 Hour

Site area : 1.81 106m2

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.

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One of the world's leading pipe mills

Tubular Products and Applications
World's most complete line of tubular products

East Works West Works

Chita Works
[Seamless pipes] Medium diameter seamless pipe mill

: Hot process : Cold process

Energy-related Tubular Products
Medium diameter seamless pipe Seamless square column

Boiler and heat transmission use Boiler water tubes, flue pipes, superheat tubes, Heat exchangers Oil country tubular goods(OCTG) Casing and tubing for oil wells Line pipe Line pipe for transportation of oil, gas, etc. Others Geothermal power generation, nuclear power
FIN TUBE

Bloom Billet mill

Billet

Small diameter Seamless pipe mill Special pipe mill

Small diameter seamless pipe

Cold finished pipe

Smelting reduction furnace

High alloy slab Continuous casting Stainless steel coil

[Welded pipes] Stainless flexible tubing mill

Stainless flexible tubing (East Works) Galvanized pipe mill Galvanized pipe

Stainless mill

Small diameter ERW pipe mill Small diameter ERW pipe mill

3''、 6''mill

Small diameter ERW pipe

Automobile parts Shafts, rods, frames, cylinders, exhaust manifolds, etc.

Machine Structural Use and Material Piping

4''mill

HISTORY pipe

Industrial machinery and transportation equipment parts Cylinders, bushes, frames, etc. Others Scuba diving tanks

Blast furnace Hot strip mill Hot coil Medium diameter ERW pipe mill

Medium diameter ERW pipe

Square column

General Piping

Spiral tube mill Slab Converter Continuous casting Butt welded pipe mill Hot coil Spiral tube mill UOE pipe mill Plate Medium diameter ERW pipe mill Medium Square (East Works) (East Works, (East Works, West Works) West Works)

Spiral welded pipe diameter ERW pipe (East Works) column (East Works)

Water works City water and sewerage piping, industrial water piping Gas piping Gas lead tubes, gas feed/ support pipe Others Plant piping, office building air conditioning piping Low temperature piping

Cast Products and Applications
Rolling rolls
High speed tool steel Super high speed tool steel Grain Ductile Adamite etc.
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V-process cast products
Plugs for seamless pipe rolling Heat-and wear-resistant products Cast steel footing hardware Weather-resistant design panels etc.

Steel pipe pile, steel pipe sheet pile Bridge foundations, building foundations, quays, revetments, breakwaters, Steel pipe piles for landslide prevention (mechanical screw), etc. General structural and architectural structural use Buildings (square column), steel towers, scaffolding, supporting columns, etc.
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Civil Engineering and Construction

Technology and equipment developed by Chita Works creates high product quality

Seamless Pipe Process Equipment
Product types
Boiler tubes Line pipes OCTG Pipes for general structural use Pipes for machine structural use Material pipes Square pipes etc Medium diameter seamless pipe mill Capacity 1 3 1 3 Equipment 468,000 tons/year Plug mill process Heat treatment equipment Thread cutting line 1 1 2

Using the mandrel mill method and plug mill method, these mills produce high grade small and medium diameter pipes with excellent dimensional accuracy. Seamless pipes play an active role as the ''arterial system'' in a wide range of modern industries, in various piping applications, and oil well tubulars. Chita produces these products by a dynamic manufacturing process. Small diameter seamless pipe mill Capacity Equipment 444,000 tons/year Mandrel mill process Heat treatment equipment Upsetter Thread cutting line

Product dimensions

Outside diameter 25.4-177.8 mm Wall thickness 2.3-40 mm Length 4.0-22.3 m

Product dimensions

Outside diameter 177.8-426.0 mm Wall thickness 5.1-65 mm Length 5.5-13.5 m

Piercer

Mandrel mill

Elongator

Plug mill

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

Small diameter seamless pipe

Pipe material (round billet)

Medium diameter seamless pipe Heating furnace Piercer

Mandrel mill Reheating furnace

Reducer (28 stands)

Elongator Straightening machine

Plug mill

Reeler

Sizing mill (8 stands)

Inspection Straightening machine Heat treatment [quenching, tempering, normalizing] (walking beam type) Hydrostatic testing Eddy current testing, ultrasonic testing Magnetic leakage flux testing

Marking & Coating Shipping

After rotary hearth heating furnace

Sizing mill (3 stands)

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Technology and equipment developed by Chita Works creates high product quality

Special Steel Pipe Process Equipment
Product types
Carbon steel, alloy steel pipe Boiler tubes, steel pipes for machine structural use, pipes for various piping applications Capacity Equipment 60,000 tons/year Non-oxidizing atmosphere heat treatment furnace Non-destructive inspection equipment Processing and finishing equipment Cold drawn pipe equipment 45 ton drum type draw bench Semi-continuous coating equipment 2 3 1 1

In producing special steel pipes, Chita Works takes advantage of the respective material properties of carbon steel, alloy steel, and other materials, and performs heat treatment, finishing processing, and inspections as required by the intended use, making full use of leading-edge technologies. Special steel pipe is a field that has enjoyed large demand in recent years. Among these products, Chita Works is responding to the need for longer boiler tubes of the 22 m, in length. Chita Works has established a totally reliable quality assurance system in which inspections are performed using three types of non-destructive inspection devices, magnetic leakage flux testing (MLFT), ultrasonic testing (UT), and eddy current testing (ET).

Boiler Tubes (Crane Handling)

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)
Leakage Flux Crack Sensor

Ultra sonic tester (UT)
UT Probe

Eddy current tester (ET)
Reference coil

Principle of detection

N

S

Primary coil

Magnetizer

Tube tested

Tube tested

Self-comparative method by using a difference of impedance between an induced current and an excited current

Roller hearth type non-oxidizing atmosphere heat treatment furnace

Ultrasonic test device

Outside crack and scratch in L direction Object Depth Length 0.20mm 8mm

Manufacturing Flowchart
Special steel pipe production process

Inside / outside / internal crack in L direction Inside / outside / internal crack in T direction Lamination check Wall thickness

Defect having spatial volume

Mother pipe Eddy current testing Heat treatment Magnetic leakage flux testing

Non-oxidizing atmosphere Normalizing . Tempering

: Stable detection : Unstable detection Crack UT Detective ability Outside Internal Inside Outside Internal Inside Outside Inside

WT

WT

Inside pit

Outside pit

Scab

Dent/Rolled in material

Ultrasonic testing Inspection of appearance and dimensions
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Straightening machine Bundling Shipping

ET MLFT

Marking & Coating

judgment
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Technology and equipment developed by Chita Works creates high product quality

ERW Pipe Process Equipment
Medium diameter ERW pipe mill (26''mill) Capacity Equipment 480,000 tons/year Pipemaking mill 1 Maximum pipemaking speed: 45 m/min Welding method: Automatic heat input controlled high frequency electric resistance welding(300KHz) Forming method: Cage roll forming Breakdown roll forming Outside diameter 318.5-660.4 mm Wall Thickness 4.0-25.4 mm Length 5-20 m Outside diameter 250-550sq. mm Wall thickness 6-25 mm Length 6-18 m Facing Hydrostatic Testing Cutting Sizing Column R

At the electric resistance welded (ERW) pipe mills, steel strip are formed into a pipe shape by roll forming, and then welded continuously by a high frequency electric resistance welder or high frequency or medium frequency induction heating welder to produce uniform, high strength steel pipes. The 26 mill manufactures ERW pipes with the world's largest outside diameter, at 660.4mm (26 inches) and largest wall thickness, at 25.4mm (1 inch).

Manufacturing Flowchart
ERW pipe production process (Medium diameter ERW pipe)
Edge milling Ultrasonic testing(UT) Cage roll forming Welding Bead cutting (inner/outer surfaces) Cutting Sizing Steel pipe PostAnnealer Cooling

Product dimensions (pipe) Product dimensions (square column)

Galvanizing Inspection Ultrasonic testing Thread cutting Marking & Coating Shipping

Line pipe

Square columns

Product types
Water line pipe Coated pipes Line pipe Pipe piles Boiler tubes Square columns OCTG Pipes for general structural use Pipes for machine structural use Stainless steel tubes for exhaust gas system use etc

Small diameter ERW pipe mill(3'',6''mill) Capacity Equipment 190,000 tons/year Pipemaking mill 2 Maximum pipemaking speed: 100 m/min Welding method: Automatic heat input controlled high frequency or medium frequency induction heating welding Forming method: CBR forming Breakdown roll forming Outside diameter 31.8-165.2 mm (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.

World's largest outer diameter/heaviest wall full cage roll forming (26 inch) mill (Medium diameter ERW pipe mill)

Product dimensions

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 meet the highly sophisticated needs of users. The following special quality control systems have been established for 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. (3) Development of the inert gas sealed welding process. (4) The weld shape microscopic investigation system.
Amalog-Sonoscope Inspection (Electric Magnetic Method)

Eddy Current Tester

Ultrasonic Tester

Hydrostatic Tester

3. Application of Various 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.

Ultrasonic automatic outside diameter and wall thickness measuring device

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 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.

Sizing Mill Operator Room

Automatic Rack System

Central Computer Room

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Research and Development

The Chita Research Laboratory at the Chita Works is pursuing research and development directly connected to pipe making techniques and pipe products. Our Research Laboratories at the East Works/Chiba are conducting basic studies as well as consolidated

investigations, while working on research and development in cooperation with the Chita Works. The research staff and facilities constitute the foundation of manufacturing high quality steel pipes at JFE Steel.

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 OD N.P.S. 3/4 1 1/4" 1 1 1/2" 1 1/4 inch mm 25.4 26.7 27.2 31.8 33.4 34.0, 34.5 38.1 40.0 42.2, 42.7 44.5, 45.0 47.0 1 1/2 2" 48.3, 48.6 50.8, 51.0 52.0, 52.4 54.0 57.0, 57.1 2 2 1/2" 60.3, 60.5 63.5 65.0 68.1 70.0 2 1/2 3" 73.0 76.2, 76.3 80.0 82.6 85.0 3 3 1/2" 88.9, 89.1 90.0 95.0, 96.0 3 1/2 4" 101.6 105.0 108.0 110.0 4 4 1/2" 5" 114.3 120.0 127.0 130.0 133.0 135.0 5 1/2" 5 6" 139.7, 139.8 141.3 146.0 152.4 153.7 159.0 165.2 6 168.3 177.8
4.0 40.0 4.0 4.5 40.0 32.0 35.0 4.0 32.0 3.5 3.9 25.0 3.6 22.0 3.4 20.0 3.3 16.0 2.9 15.5 15.0 13.0 18.0 2.6 12.0 15.0 2.4 7.5 9.0 11.0 9.1 12.0 2.3 5.0 5.9 5.9 7.5

inch mm 2

0.1 3

0.15 4

0.2 5 6

0.25 7

0.3 8

0.35 9

0.4 10 11

0.45 12

0.5 13

0.55 14 15

0.6 16

0.65 17

0.7 18

0.75 19

0.8 20

1.0 25

1.2 30

1.4 35

1.6 40

1.8 45

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For alloy steel tubes and pipe, please consult us in advance. 19 : For the lined range, please consult us in advance.

Size Availability

Medium Diameter
WT OD N.P.S. inch 7" mm 177.8 180.0 185.0 187.7 190.7 193.7 194.5 203.0 215.0 216.3 8 8 5/8" 219.1 232.0 241.8 244.5 245.0 250.0 267.4 269.9 10 10 3/4" 273.0 298.5 318.5 12 12 3/4" 323.8 325.0 339.7 351.0 14 14" 355.6 365.1 377.0 400.0 402.0 16 16" 406.4 426.0
9.0 12.0 43.0 45.0 55.0 7.9 50.0 65.0 55.0 6.3 52.0 44.0 46.0 47.0 65.0 6.0 6.3 41.0 42.0 40.0 55.0 34.0 35.0 37.0 50.0 5.0 5.5 33.0 45.0 32.0 31.0 40.0

inch mm

0.2 5

0.4 10

0.6 15

0.8 20

1.0 25

1.2 30

1.4 35

1.6 40 45

1.8 50

2.0 55

2.2 60

2.4 65

2.6

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)
WT OD N.P.S. 3/8 inch 5/8" mm 15.9 17.1 17.3 19.0 3/4" 1/2 19.05 21.3 21.4 21.7 23.0 25.0 25.15 1" 3/4 25.4 26.7 27.2 28.0 30.0 1 1/4" 31.8 1 33.4 34.0 38.0 1 1/2" 38.1 42.7 44.5 45.0 1 1/2 2" 48.3 48.6 50.8 51.0 54.0 57.1 2 60.3 60.5 2 1/2" 63.5 65.0 67.0 70.0 2 1/2 3" 73.0 76.2 76.3 82.6 3 3 1/2" 88.9 89.1 4" 101.6
3.0 13.0 4.0 11.0 2.5 11.0 13.0 3.5 11.0 2.0 3.0 10.5 2.5 7.5 7.9 8.3 8.5 9.5 10.0 8.3 6.6 6.8 8.0 6.3 1.5 5.7 7.7 5.3 7.5 2.0 4.7 6.5 4.0 4.8

3. Electric-Resistance-Welded Pipe and Tube
0.50 12 13 OD N.P.S. mm 12.7 13.8 5/8" 15.9 17.3 3/4" 19.1 21.7 7/8" 22.2 1" 25.4 27.2 1 1/8" 28.6 30.0 1 1/4" 31.8 33.4 34.0 1 1/2" 38.1 40.0 41.3 42.2 42.7 45.0 48.3 48.6 2" 50.8 2 1/3" 54.0 57.0 2 3/8" 60.3 60.5 2 1/2" 63.5 65.0 65.4 70.0 2 7/8" 73.0 75.0 3" 76.2 76.3 82.6 3 1/2" 88.9 89.1 4" 101.6 4 1/2" 114.3 5" 127.0 139.8 141.3 6" 152.4 165.2 6 5/8" 168.3 7" (177.8) 190.7 7 5/8" (193.7) 216.3 8 5/8" 219.1 (241.8) 9 5/8" (244.5) 267.4 10 3/4" 273.1 11 3/4" 298.4 318.5 12 3/4" 323.9 13 3/8" 339.7 14" 355.6 400.0 16" 406.4 18" 457.2 18 5/8" 473.1 500.0 20" 508.0 22" 558.8 600.0 24" 609.6 26" 660.4 inch 1/2" WT inch mm 1 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 2 3
2.3 1.4 3.0 3.2 3.5 3.7 1.0 6.0 3.4 4.0 5.3 6.9 8.0 0.6 9.0

inch mm 1 2

0.10 3

0.15 4

0.20 5 6

0.25 7

0.30 8

0.35 9

0.4 10 11

0.45

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12.7 2.0

2.6 14.3 3.0 3.7

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16.1 3.9 3.2 3.4 3.8 4.8 4.0 4.5 4.8 5.0 5.3 5.6 22.0 6.3 23.8 19.1 16.1 17.5 17.5 20.6

10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26

6.0

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
Specification Grade Code Designation A 178 SA 178 A 179, SA 179 A 192, SA 192 A 209 SA 209 A 210 SA 210 A 213 SA 213 T1 T1a T1b A1 C T2 T5 T5b T5c T9 T11 T12 T17 T21 T22 T23 T91 T92 A C D Manufacturing Method
(1)

Chemical Requirements C 0.06~0.18 0.35 0.27 0.06~0.18 0.06~0.18 0.10~0.20 0.15~0.25 0.14 0.27 0.35 0.10~0.20 0.15 0.15 0.12 0.15 0.05~0.15 0.05~0.15 0.15~0.25 0.05~0.15 0.05~0.15 0.04~0.10 0.08~0.12 0.07~0.13 Mn 0.27~0.63 0.80 1.00~1.50 0.27~0.63 0.27~0.63 0.30~0.80 0.30~0.80 0.30~0.80 0.93 0.29~1.06 0.30~0.61 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.61 0.30~0.61 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.10~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60 P max. 0.035 0.035 0.030 0.035 0.035 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.035 0.035 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.030 0.020 0.020 S max. 0.035 0.035 0.015 0.035 0.035 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.035 0.035 0.025 (2) 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 (2) 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.010 0.010 0.010 (2) Other elements Si 0.10 0.25 0.10~0.50 0.10~0.50 0.10~0.50 0.10 0.10 0.10~0.30 0.50 1.00~2.00 0.50 0.25~1.00 0.50~1.00 0.50 0.15~0.35 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.20~0.50 0.50 % Ni 0.40 0.40 Cr 0.50~0.81 4.00~6.00 4.00~6.00 4.00~6.00 8.00~10.00 1.00~1.50 0.80~1.25 0.80~1.25 2.65~3.35 1.90~2.60 1.90~2.60 8.00~9.50 8.50~9.50 Mo 0.44~0.65 0.44~0.65 0.44~0.65 0.44~0.65 0.45~0.65 0.45~0.65 0.45~0.65 0.90~1.10 0.44~0.65 0.44~0.65 0.80~1.06 0.87~1.13 0.05~0.30 0.85~1.05 0.30~0.60 V 0.15 0.20~0.30 0.18~0.25 0.15~0.25

% other (3)

Heat Treatment Hot Finished Seamless Cold Finished A A A A A A A A FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT A FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT A FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT NT NT FA, IA, NT A A, FA, IA, NT A, FA, IA, NT A, FA, IA, NT SA, FA, N SA, FA, N A FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT A FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT A FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT NT NT FA, IA, NT

(4)

Tensile Requirements Elongation GL=2in min % (L) 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 20 20 20

Tensile strength Yield strength As Weld ERW MPa MPa min min N N N 415 485 380 415 365 415 485 415 415 415 415 415 415 415 415 415 415 510 585 620 255 275 205 220 195 255 275 205 205 205 205 205 205 220 205 205 205 400 415 440

E E E S-C S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S

(3) (3) (3)

Note (1) Manufacturing Method E : Electric resistance welded process S : Seamless process, hot finished and cold finished S-C : Seamless process and cold-finished

(4) Heat Treatment The tubes shall be subjected to the heat treatment by one of specified method, the heat treatment other than those specified in the table shall be agreed up on by the purchaser and the manufacturer. A : Annealing FA : Full annealing IA : Isothermal annealing NT : Normalizing and Tempering N : Normalizing SA : Subcritical annealing

T2, T12 : S 0.045max (permissible to order) (3) Other elements %

T5C : 4 C Ti 0.70 T23 : W 1.45~1.75 Cb 0.02~0.08 B 0.0005~0.006 N 0.030 Al 0.030 T91 : Cb 0.06~0.10 N 0.030~0.070 Al 0.040 T92 : W 1.50~2.00 Cb 0.04~0.09 B 0.001~0.006 N 0.03~0.07 Al 0.040

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Specified - No Specified Mechanical Test Specification Grade Manufacturing Code Designation Method
(1)

(2) Test and Examination
Dimensional Tolerance Reverse Flattening Test HR B 72 B 77 B 80 B 81 B 77 B 79 B 89 B 85 B 85 B 89 B 85 B 89 B 85 B 85 B 85 B 85 B 85 B 97 C 25 C 25 (10) Tolerance in Outside Diameter S-H OD of Tubes 101.6 101.6 190.5 190.5 228.6 S-C & E OD of Tubes 25.4 25.4 38.1 38.1 50.8 50.8 63.5 63.5 76.2 76.2 101.6 101.6 190.5 190.5 228.6 Tolerance 0.1 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.30 0.38 0.38, 0.64 0.38, 1.14 mm E mm Tolerance 0.4, 0.8 0.4, 1.2 0.4, 1.6 mm
(7)

Flattening Test
(2)

Flaring Test
(3)

Flange Test
(4)

Crush Test
(5)

Hardness Test max.
(6)

Hydrostatic Test
(8)

Nondestructive Test
(9)

Outside Diameter (OD)
(10)

Wall Thickness (WT)
(11)

WT Variation
(12), (13)

Length (L)
(14)

Supplementary Quality Requirements
(15)

HB 137 146 153 137 143 179 163 163 179 163 179 163 163 163 163 163 220 250 250

A 178 SA 178 A 179, SA 179 A 192, SA 192 A 209 SA 209 A 210 SA 210 A 213 SA 213

A C D T1 T1a T1b A1 C T2 T5 T5b T5c T9 T11 T12 T17 T21 T22 T23 T91 T92

E E E S-C S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S

(4) Flange test OD of Tubes mm 63.5 63.5 95.2 95.2 203.2 (5) Crush test WT of Tubes 3.43 3.43 (6) Hardness test WT of Tube mm 1.7 5.1 1.7 5.1 mm -

UST (E 273 or E 213)

Surface Condition

Intergranular Corrosion Test etc

Note (1) Manufacturing Method E : Electric resistance welded steel tube S : Seamless steel tube (Hot or cold finished) S-C : Cold finished seamless steel tube (2) Flattening test (l+e)t H= e+t/D H : distance between flattening plates (mm) t : specified wall thickness of the tube (mm) D : specified outside diameter of the tube (mm) e : constant individually defined for each grade of the pipe 0.09 : low carbon steel (C 0.18%) 0.07 : medium carbon steel (C 0.19%) 0.08 : ferritic alloy steel (3) Flaring test (Seamless Steel Tubes) Ratio of ID to OD 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 Minimum Expansion of ID % C-Steels and Other Ferritic C-Mo Steels Alloy Steels 15 21 17 22 19 25 23 30 28 39 38 51 50 68 ID : Inside diameter of the tube (mm) OD : Outside diameter of the tube (mm)

Width of Flange 15% of OD 12.5% of OD 10% of OD Height of Crushed Section mm 19 or until outside folds are in contact 32

(12) Tolerance of Variation in Wall Thickness OD of Tubes WT of Tubes S Tubes 50.8 5.6 50.8 10% 5.6 (13) Tolerance in Height of Flash on Electric Resistance Welded Tubes OD of Tubes 50.8 50.8 (14) Tolerance in Length OD of Tubes S - H Tubes 50.8 5, 0 5, 0 50.8 WT of Tubes 3.4 3.4 S - C Tubes 3, 0 5, 0

mm E Tubes 5% mm

Tolerance 0.15 0.25 0.25 mm E Tubes 3, 0 5, 0

Hardness Test Rockwell Hardness (HR) Brinell Hardness (HB) or Rockwell Hardness (HR) HR B or C : Rockwell Hardness tester scale.

(7) Reverse flattening test This test shall be applied for welded steel tubes. Please refer ASTM A 450. (8) Hydrostatic test and (9)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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(11) Tolerance in Wall Thickness S-C S-H WT OD OD OD of Tubes OD 101.6 38.1 38.1 101.6 40 % 2.4 0 35 % 35 % 2.4 20 % 22 % 3.8 0 0 0 0 33 % 33 % 3.8 4.6 0 0 28 % 28 % 4.6 0 0

These permissible variation in length applied to tubes before bending. They apply to cut lengths up to and including 7,300mm (24ft), and for lenghs greater than 7,300mm, the above over-tolerance shall be increased by 3mm(1/8in) for each 3000mm (10ft) or fraction there of over 7300mm (24ft) or 13mm (1/2in), whichever is the lesser. (15) Supplementary Requirements The supplementary requirements shall apply only when specified by the purchase order.

18 % 0

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2. ASTM/ASME : Steel Pipes for Piping (2003)
(1) Chemical Requirements and Tensile Requirements
Chemical Requirements Manufacturing Specification Grade Method Code Designation
(1)

% Cr 0.40 0.40 0.40 0.40 0.40 Mo 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.05 0.50 0.44~0.65 0.44~0.65 0.45~0.65 0.45~0.65 0.45~0.65 0.90~1.10 0.44~0.65 0.44~0.65 0.44~0.65 0.80~1.06 0.87~1.13 0.05~0.30 0.85~1.05 0.30~0.60 V 0.08 0.08 0.08 0.08 0.08 0.12 0.20~0.30 0.18~0.25 0.15~0.25 other Cu Cu Cu Cu Cu Cu 0.40~0.75 Al 0.04~0.30

Heat Treatment Hot Finished Seamless -

(3)

Tensile Requirements Elongation min % (L)
(4) (4)

C 0.25 0.30 0.25 0.30 0.35 0.25 0.30 0.30 0.19 0.12 0.30 0.19 0.13 0.20 0.20 0.10 0.10~0.20 0.10~0.20 0.15 0.15 0.12 0.15 0.05~0.15 0.05~0.15 0.05~0.15 0.05~0.15 0.05~0.15 0.04~0.10 0.08~0.12 0.07~0.13

Mn 0.95 1.20 0.27~0.93 0.29~1.06 0.29~1.06 0.95 1.20 0.40~1.06 0.31~0.64 0.50~1.05 0.29~1.06 0.90 0.90 0.40~1.06 1.15~1.50 0.60 0.30~0.80 0.30~0.61 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.61 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.10~0.60 0.30~0.60 0.30~0.60

P max. 0.05 0.05 0.035 0.035 0.035 0.035 0.035 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.035 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.030 0.020 0.020

S max. 0.045 0.045 0.035 0.035 0.035 0.035 0.035 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.015 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.010 0.010 0.010

Si 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.18~0.37 0.08~0.37 0.10 0.13~0.32 0.13~0.32 0.10~0.35 0.35 0.10~0.50 0.10~0.30 0.50 1.00~2.00 0.50 0.25~1.00 0.50~1.00 0.50 1.15~1.65 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.20~0.50 0.50

Ni 0.40 0.40 0.40 0.40 0.40 3.18~3.82 0.47~0.98 2.03~2.57 8.40~9.60 1.60~2.24 0.25 35.0~37.0 0.40 0.40

Tensile strength Yield strength Cold Finished As Welded ERW MPa MPa Seamless min min A A A SA SA 330 415 330 415 485 331 414 380 450 415 N, NQ N QT, DNT N NQ AN 415 450 690 435 550 450 380 380 415 415 415 415 415 415 415 415 415 510 585 620 205 240 205 240 275 207 241 205 240 240 240 240 515 315 450 240 205 205 205 205 205 205 205 220 205 205 205 400 415 440

A 53 SA 53 A 106 SA 106 A 135 SA 135 A 333 SA 333

A B A B C A B 1 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11

S, E S, E S S S E E S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S

0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4

35 30 30 35 30 35 30 30 30 30 22 28 22 18 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 20 20 20

N, NQ N N N, NQ N QT, DNT N NQ AN A A FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT A FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT A FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT NT NT NT

N, NQ N N N, NQ N QT, DNT N NQ AN A A FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT A FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT A FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT FA, IA, NT NT NT NT

N, NQ N

0.44~1.01 0.15 0.50 0.50~0.81 4.00~6.00 4.00~6.00 4.00~6.00 8.00~10.00 1.00~1.50 0.80~1.25 2.65~3.35 1.90~2.60 1.90~2.60 8.00~9.50 8.50~9.50

Cu 0.75~1.25
C b 0.05 Al 0.06 C u 0.15

Co 0.50 (2) (2) (2)

A 335 SA 335

P1 P2 P5 P 5b P 5c P9 P 11 P 12 P 15 P 21 P 22 P 23 P 91 P 92

Note (1) Manufacturing Method E : Electric resistance welded process S : Seamless process, hot finished and cold finished S-C : Seamless process and cold-finished (2) Other elements % P23 P91 P92 W 1.45~1.75 Cb 0.02~0.08 B 0.0005~0.006 N 0.030 Al 0.030 Cb 0.06~0.10 N 0.030~0.070 Al 0.04 W 1.50~2.00 Cb 0.04~0.09 B 0.001~0.006 N 0.03~0.07 Al 0.04

(3) Heat Treatment The tubes shall be subjected to the heat treatment by one of specified method, the heat treatment other than those specified in the table shall be agreed up on by the purchaser and the manufacturer. A : Annealing FA : Full annealing IA : Isothermal annealing NT : Normalizing and Tempering N : Normalizing QT : Quenching and Tempering DNT : Double normalizing and Tempering SA : Seam annealing of the welded portion

(4) Minimum Elongation : % e = 1940 A 0.2 U0.9

A = cross-sectional area of the tensile specimen. mm2 U = specified tensile strength. MPa

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Reference of Specification
Specified - No specified Mechanical Test Grade Specification Manufacturing Designation Code Method
(1)

(2) Test and Examination
Dimensional Tolerance Impact Test HR C 25 C 25 ( ( ( ( ( ( ( W) W) Hydrostatic Test
(6)

Flattening Test
(2)

Bending Test
(3), (4)

Hardness Test max. HB 250 250

Nondestructive Test
(7)

Outside Diameter (OD)
(8)

Wall Thickness (WT)
(9)

Length (L)
(10)

Weight
(11)

Supplementary Requirements
(12)

(5)

A 53 SA 53 A 106 SA 106 A 135 SA 135 A 333 SA 333

A B A B C A B 1 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11

S, E S, E S S S E E S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S

(e:0.09) (e:0.07) (e:0.08) (e:0.07) (e:0.07) (H=2/3D) (H=2/3D)

(Pipe) (Pipe) (Pipe) (Pipe) (Pipe) -

W) W) W) W) W) 45 C 100 C 100 C 45 C 75 C 195 C 75 C 60 C

-

-

-

S1 Subsize lmpact Specimens

A 335 SA 335

P1 P2 P5 P 5b P 5c P9 P 11 P 12 P 15 P 21 P 22 P 23 P 91 P 92

Product Analysis Transverse Tension Tests Flattening Test Metal Structure and Etching Tests Photomicrographs Photomicrographs for Individual Pieces S7 Alternative Heat Treatment (Grade T91) S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6

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(2) Test and Examination (continue)
Note (1) Manufacturing Method S : Seamless steel pipe, hot finished and cold finished E : Electric resistance welded steel pipe (2) Flattening test H= (l+e) e+t/D 1-1/2 A 106 SA 106 4 8 18 A 135 SA 135 Note (8), (9) ,(10), (11) Specification Code A 53 SA 53 OD NPS 1-1/2 2 1-1/2 4 8 18 26 mm
(8)

WT % 12.5

(9)

L mm

(10)

Weight (11) % 10

0.40 1% OD 0.40 0.79 1.59 0.79 2.38 0.79 3.18 0.79

ES SRL (4.88~6.71m) ES RL (3.66~6.71m)

H : distance between flattening plates (mm) t : specified wall thickness of pipe (mm) D : specified outside diameter of pipe (mm) e : constant individually defined for each grade of the pipe 0.09 : low carbon steel (C 0.18%) 0.07 : medium carbon steel (C 0.19%) 0.08 : ferritic alloy steel (3) Bending test (A 53, SA 53, A 106, SA 106) For pipe NPS 2 and under shall be capable of being bend cold through 90 around a cylindrical mandrel, the diameter of which is 12 times the outside diameter of the pipe, without developing cracks. (4) Bending Test (A 335, SA 335) For pipe whose diameter exceed NPS 25, whose diameter to wall thickness ratio is 7.0 or less shall be subjected to the bend test instead of the flattening test, the bend test specimens shall be bend at room temperature through 180 without cracking on the outside of the bend portion. The inside diameter of the bend shall be 1 inch. (5) Impact Test a, Absorbed Energy for Charpy Impact Test Size of Specimen mm 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 7.5 6.67 5.0 3.33 2.5 Minimum Average Value One Set of 3 Specimens 18 14 12 9 7 5 J Minimum Value of One Specimen 14 11 9 7 4 4 J

12.5

SRL DRL

10 3.5

1.0% D(NPS) 1/8 1/8 1-1/2 1-1/2 4 8 18 26 0.4 0.8 0.8 0.8 1.6 0.8 2.4 0.8 3.2 0.8 2-1/2

12.5 t/D 20 12.5 22.5 12.5 15 12.5 17.5 12.5 22.5 12.5 15 12.5

by agreed

10 3.5

3 3

18 18 Welded pipes Seamless pipes Seamless pipes

5% 5%

NPS 12 10 3.5 by agreed NPS 12 10 5

A 333 SA 333

4 8 18

20

-

20

5%

20

5%

ES pipes of weights lighter than extra strong. SRL Single random length. A 335 and SA 335 (ferritic alloy steel pipe) shall apply the specification of steel tubes for heat transfer. (12) Supplementary Requirements One or more of the supplementary requirements shall apply only when specified in the perchase order.

b, On welded pipe, additional impact tests of the same 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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Please recheck the original specification in advance of the order.
Carbon Steel Boiler and Heat Exchanger Tubes
ASTM A178 A ASME SA178 A JIS G 3461 STB 340 BS 3059-P1 320 3059-P2 360 A179 A192 A214 A556 A2 A178 C A210 A1 A556 B2 SA179 SA192 SA214 SA556 A2 SA178 C SA210 A1 SA556 B2 A334 9 STB 510 A178 D A210 C A556 C2 SA178 D SA210 C SA556 C2 A423 1 A423 2 SA423 1 SA423 2 17175 19Mn 5 Sec 6 460 Sec 4-E-TS510 Sec 4-E-TS460-1 A334 11 SA334 11 SA334 9 STB 410 3059-P2 440 3606 440 17175 st 45.8 17177 st 42.8 ABS F ABS J KSTB 42 Sec 6 410 Sec 4-E-TS410-1 A334 6 A334 7 SA334 6 SA334 7 17173 26CrMo4 17173 11MnNi53 17174 11MnNi53 17173 13MnNi63 17174 13MnNi63 17173 12Ni19 17174 12Ni19 (17174 10Ni14) (17174 X8Ni9) 3606 320 DIN 17175 st 35.8 17177 st 37.8 ABS G ABS H A334 8 SA334 8 STBL 690 3603 509LT 17173 X8Ni9 2604 TS45 KSTB 35 Sec 6 360 A334 3 SA334 3 STBL 450 3603 503LT ISO ABS ABS D NK KSTB 33 Sec 6 320 LRS DNV Sec 4-E-TS360 Note / ASTM: American Society of Testing and Materials ASME: American Society of Mechanical Engineers (American National Standard) JIS : Japanese Industrial Standard BS : British Standard DIN : Beutsche Industrie-Normen DIN 17173 TTst35N/V 17174 TTst35N/V 17173 10Ni14 2604 TS43 ISO ABS NK ISO : International Standard ABS : American Bereau of shipping NK : Nippon Kaiji Kyokai LRS : Lloyd's Register of shipping DNV: Det Norske Vertas KA : Japanese METI code LRS DNV

Steel Heat Exchanger Tubes for Low Temperature Service
ASTM A334 1 ASME SA334 1 JIS G 3464 STBL 380 BS 3603 430LT

Alloy Steel Boiler and Heat Exchanger Tubes
ASTM A209 T1 A250 T1 A209 T1a A250 T1a A213 T2 A250 T2 A213 T12 A250 T12 A213 T11 ASME SA209 T1 SA250 T1 SA209 T1a SA250 T1a SA213 T2 SA250 T2 SA213 T12 SA250 T12 SA199 T11 SA213 T11 A213 T22 SA199 T22 SA213 T22 A213 T5 SA199 T5 SA213 T5 A213 T9 SA199 T9 SA213 T9 A209 T1b SA209 T1b 3059-P2 243 3059-P2 620-460 A250 T1b A250 T11 A250 T22 A213 T5b A213 T5c A213 T17 A213 T21 A213 T23 A213 T91 A213 T92 SA250 T1b SA250 T11 SA250 T22 SA213 T5b SA213 T5c SA213 T17 SA213 T21 SA213 T23 SA213 T91 SA213 T92 3059-P2 629-470 3059-P2 629-590 3059-P2 762 3059-P2 304S51 3059-P2 306S51 3059-P2 316S52 3059-P2 316S51 3059-P2 321S51 3059-P2 347S51 3059-P2 215S15 17175 14MoV63 17175 X20CrMoV12 1 2604 TS40 17175 17Mn4 2604 TS39 ABS M (=A209T1b) Sec 6 2-1/2Cr 1Mo-490 Sec 4-E-TS450-1 STBA 26 3059-P2 622-490 2604 TS38 Sec 4-E-TS500 STBA 25 3606 625 2604 TS37 Sec 4-E-TS430 A213 T23 A213 T91 SA213 T23 SA213 T91 STBA 24 3606 622 17175 10CrMo910 2604 TS34 ABS P KSTB 24 Sec 6 2-1/2Cr 1Mo-410 Sec 4-E-TS450-2 STBA 23 3606 621 STBA 22 3606 620 17175 13CrMo44 2604 2604 TS32 TS32 ABS N KSTB 23 Sec 4-E-TS410-4 ABS O KSTB 22 Sec 6 1Cr 1/2Mo-440 Sec 4-E-TS410-3 STBA 20 17175 14MoV83 2604 TS33 Sec 4-E-TS440 STBA 13 JIS G 3462 STBA 12 BS 3606 243 3606 245 DIN 17175 15Mo3 17177 15Mo3 ISO 2604 2604 TS26 TS26 ABS L ABS ABS K NK KSTB 12 LRS DNV Sec 4-E-TS380

Steel Tubes for Fired Heater
ASTM A210 A1 A209 T1 A213 T12 A213 T11 A213 T22 A213 T5 A213 T9 ASME SA210 A1 SA209 T1 SA213 T12 SA213 T11 SA213 T22 SA213 T5 SA213 T9 JIS G 3467 STFA 10 STFA 12 STFA 22 STFA 23 STFA 24 STFA 25 STFA 26 BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV

Alloy Steel Tubes for Generator Boiler
ASTM ASME KA KA-STBA 21 KA-STBA 24J1 KA-STBA 28 BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV

Sec 4-E-TS460-2 Sec 4-E-TS590 Sec 4-E-TS610 Sec 4-E-TS690

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Note / ASTM: American Society of Testing and Materials ASME: American Society of Mechanical Engineers (American National Standard) JIS : Japanese Industrial Standard BS : British Standard DIN : Beutsche Industrie-Normen DIN 17175 15Mo3 17177 15Mo3 Sec 4-B-TW360 A335 P2 SA335 P2 STPA 20 3604 P1 660 2604 2604 2604 2604 A335 P12 SA335 P12 STPA 22 3604 P1 620-440 17175 13CrMo44 ISO TS26 TW26 TS32 TW32 ABS 12 KSTPA 22 Sec 2 1Cr 1/2Mo440 Sec 3 1Cr 1/2Mo440 ABS 3 KSTPG 42 Sec 2 410 Sec 4-B-TS410 Sec 4-B-TW410 ABS 9 Sec 3 410 Sec 4-B-TS430 Sec 4-B-TW430 Sec 2 460 Sec 4-B-TS500 Sec 4-B-TW500 Sec 2 490 Sec 3 460 A335 P11 A335 P22 A335 P5 A335 P9 SA335 P11 SA335 P22 SA335 P5 SA335 P9 STPA 23 STPA 24 STPA 25 STPA 26 3604 P1 621 3604 P1 622 3604 P1 625 3604 P1 629-470 3604 P1 591 3604 P1 629-590 3604 P1 762 17175 14MoV63 17175 X20CrMoV12 1 17175 10CrMo910 2604 2604 2604 2604 2604 2604 TS34 TS37 TS38 TS33 TS39 TS40 Sec 2 2-1/2Cr1Mo490 Sec 2 1/2Cr1/2Mo1/4V460 ABS 11 KSTPA 23 ABS 13 KSTPA 24 Sec 2 2-1/4Cr1Mo410 ABS 14 ABS 7 ABS ABS 6 NK KSTPA 12 ISO : International Standard ABS : American Bereau of shipping NK : Nippon Kaiji Kyokai LRS : Lloyd's Register of shipping DNV: Det Norske Vertas KA : Japanese METI code LRS DNV

Carbon Steel Pipes for Pressure Service
ASTM A53 A ASME SA53 A JIS G 3454 STPG 370 BS 3601 320 DIN 1626 ust37.0 2604 2604 A135 A SA135 A 3601 360 1626 st37.0 2604 2604 1629 st37.0 2604 2604 A53 B SA53 B STPG 410 3601 430 1626 st44.0 2604 2604 A135 B SA135 B 1629 st44.0 2604 2604 1626 st52.0 2604 2604 1629 st52.0 2604 2604 ISO TS4 TW4 TS5 TW5 TS6 TW6 TS9 TW9 TS10 TW10 TS13 TW13 TS14 TW14 ABS 8 ABS NK LRS DNV Sec 4-B-TS360 ABS 2 KSTPG 38 Sec 2 320 Sec 2 360 Sec 3 320 Sec 3 360

Alloy Steel Pipes for High Temperature Service
ASTM A335 P1 ASME SA335 P1 JIS G 3458 STPA 12 BS

A335 P5b/P5c SA335 P5b/P5c A335 P15 A335 P21 A335 P91 A335 P92 SA335 P15 SA335 P21 SA335 P91 SA335 P92

Carbon Steel Pipes for High Pressure Service
ASTM ASME JIS G 3455 STS 370 BS DIN 1630 st37.4 ISO ABS NK KSTS 38 LRS DNV

Steel Pipes for Low Temperature Service
ASTM A333 1 ASME SA333 1 JIS G 3460 STPL 380 BS 3603 430LT DIN 17173 TTst35N 17173 TTst35V A334 1 SA334 1 17174 TTst35N 17174 TTst35V A333 3 SA333 3 STPL 450 3603 503LT 17173 10Ni14 2604 TS43 ABS 4L KLP 3 Sec 4 3.5Ni440 ISO ABS ABS 1L NK KLP A KLP B KLP C LRS Sec 4 360 DNV Sec 4-D-TS6 Sec 4-D-TW6 Sec 4-D-TS10 Sec 4-D-TW10 Sec 4-D-TS43

STS 410

1630 st44.4

2604

TS15

KSTS 42

STS 480

1630 st52.4

2604

TS18

KSTS 49

Carbon Steel Pipes for High Temperature Service
ASTM A106 A ASME SA106 A JIS G 3456 STPT 370 BS 3602 P1 360 DIN 17175 st35.8 17177 st37.8 A106 B SA106 B STPT 410 3602 P1 430 17175 st45.8 17177 st42.8 A106 C SA106 C STPT 480 3602 P1 500Nb 17175 17Mn4 17175 19Mn5 KSTPT 49 ABS 5 KSTPT 42 ISO ABS NK LRS DNV ABS 4 KSTPT 38

A333 8

SA333 8

STPL 690

3603 509LT

17173 X8Ni9

2604 TS45

ABS 5L

KLP 9

Sec 4 9Ni690

Sec 4-D-TS45

A333 4, A334 3

SA333 4, SA334 3

17173 26CrMo4

ABS 2L

KLP 2

Sec 4 410

Sec 4-D-TS15 Sec 4-D-TW15

A333 6, A334 6

SA333 6, SA334 6

17173 11MnNi53 17174 11MnNi53

ABS 3L

Sec 4 460

Sec 4-D-26CrMo4 Sec 4-D-TW43

A333 7, A334 7

SA333 7, SA334 7

17173 13MnNi63 17174 13MnNi63

ABS 6L

Sec 4-D-11MnNi53 Sec 4-D-TW45 Sec 4-D-13MnNi63

A333 9, A334 8

SA333 9, SA334 8

17173 12Ni19 17174 12Ni19

Alloy Steel Pipes for High Pressure Service
GB 5310, CNB-9 12Cr1MoV A333 10, A334 9 A333 11, A334 11 SA333 10, SA334 9 SA333 11, SA334 11

17174 10Ni14 17174 X8Ni9

Sec 4-D-12Ni19

Alloy Steel Pipes for Generator Piping
ASTM A335 P23 A335 P91 ASME SA335 P23 SA335 P91 KA KA-STPA 24J1 KA-STPA 28 BS DIN ISO ABS NK LRS DNV

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Marking and Packaging

1. Standard Marking
Classification Outside Diameter Standard Package Appearance of Package

300mm

Trade mark & name

Specification

Grade

Length

MFG No.

200mm 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 8 L L 8m : 4point 13.5m : 6point

Wall Manufacturing Thickness Method

Manufacturing date

HEAT No.

OD L

168.3mm 13.5m

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

Bare in bundle with steel hoops OD L 168.3mm 13.5m
Steel hoop PP sheet (Polypropylene sheet) L 8 L 8m : 4point 13.5m : 6point

Hexagonal Form OD L 168.3mm 13.5m

Wooden slat

Steel hoop

PP sheet

Hot Finished

Tubes & Pipes
2000mm pitch

2000mm

2000mm

2000mm

2000mm

Protect under steel hoops OD L 168.3mm 13.5m Hot Finished
Wooden slat PP sheet Wooden slat

Tubes & Pipes

Bare in loose (OD 168.3mm)

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
Specification, edition, grade, type and part No. Purchaser's own specification covering requirements not included in the referenced specification, and/or those that replace, (or supersede) valid specification should be attached to first inquiry and/or given at revision.

3. Dimensions
(1) Outside diameter [O.D] or nominal pipe size [NPS] with abbreviation. (2) Wall thickness Nominal or minimum wall thickness, nominal weight or schedule number. (3) Length Specific* or random (*In case of specific length, length tolerance should be specified if necessary.)

5. Inspection
Specify the name of an inspection agent when the inspector representing the purchaser should inspect.

9. Delivery requirements
Time, place and shipping instructions

10. End use 6. Finish and coating
Mill's standard varnish coating. * (*Consult with us at an inquiry, if other requirement.) Commodities to be transported, location, on-land or off-shore, operation pressure and temperature, when available.

2. Specific requirements
(1) Method of manufacture (Seamless, electric-resistance welded) (2) Type of manufacture (Hot-finished or cold drawn) (3) Type of end finish Square-cut or beveled* (*Special requirements on bevel angle and root face stipulated other than the specification should be mentioned in the inquiry.) Threaded & coupled* (*Requirements different from the specification should be mentioned.)

7. Marking requirement
When a marking other than that stipulated in the specification is required, give a detailed description of such marking.

11. Consult with us before placing an order or at an inquiry, when any of the following items are required.
(1) Intermediate grade, wall thickness (2) Special and/or supplemental requirements in chemistry (3) Special and/or supplemental mechanical properties (4) Special or alternative hydrostatic pressure (5) Closer tolerance on sizes (6) Additional and/or alternative nondestructive inspection (7) Any alternative and/or additional conditions

4. Quantity
Feet, meters or number of lengths *Delivery allowance should be specified.

8. Packaging requirement
Bundled or loose* (*Any special packaging should be so instructed if specified other than the specification.)

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Cat.No.E1E-011-01

http://www.jfe-steel.co.jp/en/
TOKYO HEAD OFFICE Hibiya Kokusai Building, 2-3 Uchisaiwaicho 2-chome, Chiyodaku, Tokyo 100-0011, Japan Phone : (81)3-3597-3111 Fax : (81)3-3597-4860 JFE Steel America, Inc., New York Office 350 Park Avenue, 27th FI., New York, NY 10022, U.S.A. Phone : (1)212-310-9320 Fax : (1)212-308-9292 JFE Steel America, Inc., Houston Office 10777 Westheimer, Suite 1010 Houston, TX 77042, U.S.A. Phone : (1)713-532-0052 Fax : (1)713-532-0062 JFE Steel Australia Resources Pty Ltd. Level 19, CPA Centre, 307 Queen St, Brisbane, QLD 4001, Australia Phone : (61)7-3229-3855 Fax : (61)7-3229-4377 JFE Steel do Brasil LTDA, Rio de Janeiro Office Praia de Botafogo, 228 Setor B, Salas 508 & 509, Botafogo, CEP 22359-900, Rio de Janeiro-RJ, Brazil Phone : (55)21-2553-1132 Fax : (55)21-2553-3430 JFE Steel Corporation, London Office 8th Floor, International Press Centre, 76 Shoe Lane, London EC4A 3JB, U.K. Phone : (44)20-7583-1133 Fax : (44)20-7583-1144 JFE Steel India Private Limited 1101, 11th Floor, Unitech‘s Signature Tower, Tower-A, South City-I, NH-8, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122002, India Phone : (91)124-426-4981 Fax : (91)124-426-4982 JFE Steel Asia Pte. Ltd. 16 Raffles Quay, No. 15-03, Hong Leong Building, 048581, Singapore Phone : (65)6220-1174 Fax : (65)6224-8357 JFE Steel Corporation, Bangkok Office 22nd Floor, Abdulrahim Place 990, Rama IV Road, Bangkok 10500, Thailand Phone : (66)2-636-1886 Fax : (66)2-636-1891 JFE Steel Corporation, Jakarta Office 15th Floor Summitmas II, JL Jendral Sudirman Kav. 61-62, Jakarta 12190, Indonesia Phone : (62)21-522-6405 Fax : (62)21-522-6408 JFE Steel Corporation, Manila Office 23rd Floor 6788 Ayala Avenue, Oledan Square, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines Phone : (63)2-886-7432 Fax : (63)2-886-7315 JFE Steel Korea Corporation 6th Floor. Geumgang-Tower. 889-13, Daechi-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, 135-570, Korea Phone : (82)2-3468-4130 Fax : (82)2-3468-4137 JFE Steel Corporation, Beijing Office 1720 Beijing Fortune Building No.5, Dongsanhuan North Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100004, P.R.China Phone : (86)10-6590-9051 Fax : (86)10-6590-9056 JFE Consulting (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Room No.2112, Lippo Plaza, 222 Huai Hai Road(M), Shanghai 200021, P.R.China Phone : (86)21-5396-5610 Fax : (86)21-5396-5611 JFE Consulting (Guangzhou) Co., Ltd. Room 3901, Citic Plaza, 233 Tian He North Road, Guangzhou 510613, P.R.China Phone : (86)20-3891-2467 Fax : (86)20-3891-2469

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Notice

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained within this publication, the use of the information is at the reader’s risk and no warranty is implied or expressed by JFE Steel Corporation with respect to the use of information contained herein. The information in this publication is subject to change or modification without notice. Please contact the JFE Steel office for the latest information.
0810R(0403)1 JTR Printed in Japan

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