Alloy steel is a result of multiple metals combined together in minimal proportions to form an alloy that is capable of of exhibiting properties that are suitable for myriad applications of use. They are briefly divided into low alloy steel and high alloy steel and selected according to the use in different areas of applications. The resultant alloy posses all the essential properties that a ideal alloy would exhibit, like increased durability, corrosion against resistance and abrasion, strength hardening, all under the the same name of alloy steel. Heating alloy steel increases its hardening nature which has to be paid attention if the application requires a less hardened part then less heat is used. Inclusion of metals like iron and carbon also adds to electromagnetic properties within the alloy, making it easy to implement the alloy in electrical application as well.
Forged fittings manufactured using alloy steel have excellent hardening qualities, and do not creep or deform when used in supply system that transports high temperature liquids enabling their widespread use in marine industry and furnaces. The forged fittings are difficult to process depending on the machining properties of the alloy which directly corresponds to the carbon content of the alloy thereby, decreasing it ductility. The forged fittings are made in custom dies that are specifically implemented heeding to the precision crafting of the final component, that requires no post processing and proves to be a perfect fit.
ASTM / ASME A/SA 182, ASTM A276, ASME SA276
½”NB to 48″NB in Sch 10s, 40s, 80s, 160s, XXS.
ANSI/ASME B16.9, B16.28, MSS-SP-43.
ASTM / ASME A 182 GR F 5, F 9, F 11, F 12, F 22, F 91.
150#, 300#, 400#, 600#, 900#, 1500# & 2500#.
Socketweld Fittings, Threaded Fittings
Tee, Union, Full Coupling, Half Coupling,Elbow 45 Deg & 90 Deg, Swage Nipple, Cross, Cap, Plug Bush