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Alloy Tube 16Mo3 Cr-Mo Steel Seamless Tubing

As a chromium-molybdenum(Cr-Mo) alloy steel, 16Mo3 tubing is mainly utilized at elevated temperatures in oil refinery piping, steam pipeline, and power plant projects, etc. The steel number of grade 16Mo3 is 1.5415 which is an European designation. The relative ASTM equivalent is ASTM A335 Grade P1(also known as ASME SA335 Grade P1). The A335 P1 alloy steel tube is also used in high-temperature services which contains a bit higher molybdenum by mass.
16Mo3 Alloy Steel Tubes Specification:
Relative Grades: P195GH, P235GH, P265GH, 16Mo3, 13CrMo4-5, 10CrMo9-10, 25CrMo4, X10CrMoVNb9-1
Outside Diameter: 1/2in to 24in
Wall Thickness: Sch5S to SCH XXS
Compared to 15D3 (AFNOR 36206) and SA 204 with Molybdenum combination stee, it is chiefly utilized for developing weight vessels and boilers. The conveyance state of this evaluation should be normalized. 16Mo3 material is a chrome molybdenum based steel which has great warmth resistance and corrosion safe qualities.
EN 10216-2 16Mo3 alloy steel seamless tubes are mainly used for pressure purposes. 16Mo3 non-alloy and alloy steel tubing is often with specified elevated temperature properties. In power plants, it is regularly used in boilers, superheater tubes, collector and hot steam pipes, stove tubes and conduits. 16Mo3 Cr-Mo alloy steel is also used in various types of heat exchanger in both the upstream and downstream oil and gas industry.