BS EN 10216-1:2013 are seamless steel tubes that could be made from alloy or non-alloy materials. They have specific room temperature properties. The end use of EN 10216-1 is to service high temperature applications. The addition of max 0.30 Chromium and max 0.30 Molybdenum to the alloy is highly usual to the EN 10216-1 seamless tubes. While producing the EN 10216-1 Grade P235TR1, the alloy tubes are first annealed (either fully or isothermal) or normalised quenched, after which they are treated to tempering. The tensile strength of the EN 10216-1 Grade P235TR1 ranges from a minimum of 360 Mpa to a maximum of 500 Mpa. While it’s minimum yield strength is 235 Mpa.
P195-tr1 en 10216-1 are steel pipes with a specific room temperature properties. These pipes are used for pressure and thermal purposes in various fields of industry. These pipes can be manufactured by 2 processes either hot rolling or cold drawing. They also can be used for general purpose as they come in varying types and sizes. For example, these pipes have diameters between 21 - 660 m with the wall thickness up to 100 mm in the case of hot rolling. The diameter of the pipe ranges between 10.2 - 108 mm with the wall thickness of up to 12 mm when they are cold drawn.
The EN 10216 pipe are a series of seamless steel tubes built for pressure purposes. For example - The EN 10216-1 is a non-alloy steel tube specified room temperature properties, EN 10216-2 are both a non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified elevated temperature properties, the EN 10216-3 is an Alloy fine grain steel tube. EN 10216-4 can be made from both, non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified low temperature properties, while the EN 10216-5 are plain seamless Stainless steel tubes.
The EN 10216-1 P235TR1 is a carbon non-alloy seamless steel tube. The pipe ductility is moderately high while its tensile strength is moderately low. The steel tube has been formulated to create primary formed products into a wrought product. en 10220 p235tr1 are seamless welded steel tube.
P235tr2 en 10216-1 is a seamless alloy pipe. They are created by first reheating after which they are furnished in annealed (fully and isothermally) normalised quenched and tempered conditioned. Chemically 0.30% of Chromium and Molybdenum are present in p235tr2 en 10216-1. The bearing tensile strength varies between 360-500Mpa. Non alloy carbon based steel pipes p235tr2 1.0255 are known to have the lowest electrical conductivity and are moderately high in terms of ductility. They are fairly high conductors of electricity. Their tensile strength is between 360-500Mpa. And elongation fracture at Longitudinal section is 25%. Carbon based p265 tr1 is a seamless steel tube. The applications of the p265 tr1 include water, Gas and Sewage Transport, commercial structures, high-spec pipelines and pile casings. P265 Tr1 Seamless Steel Pipe is used for Oil, Gas and Sewage Transport. This pressure steel pipe is a non-alloy steel with a tensile strength between 410 - 570 Mpa.
Small amounts of alloying materials like carbon, silicon, manganese, phosphorus along with chromium, copper, Vanadium and Molybdenum are found in the P265 Tr1 Seamless Steel Pipe p265 tr2 is a seamless non alloy steel pipe. It has specific elevated temperature properties. The p265 tr2 steel is welded for pressure purpose. It contains alloying elements like carbon, silicon, manganese, phosphorus along with chromium, copper, Vanadium and Molybdenum in trace amounts. The tensile strength of p265 tr2 steel is between 410 - 570 Mpa. The minimum elongation fracture at Longitudinal is 21% while at transverse section is 19 %. p265tr2 en 10216-1 is a seamless alloy tube with which can withstand high temperatures. They can be fully or isothermally annealed, normalized quenched and then temper conditioned. A typical p265tr2 en 10216-1 steel consists of 0.30 % chromium and Molybdenum. Its tensile strength ranges from 410-570Mpa. steel p265tr2 has a tensile strength range of 410-570Mpa and The minimum elongation at failure Longitudinal is 21% while at transverse section is 19 %. Its minimum yield strength is between 245-265Mpa.
Steel p265tr2 , under normalized conditions has been created for primary forming into wrought products. A carbon based non alloy steel, it contains elements like copper, silicon , Molybdenum, Niobium, Titanium, Vanadium and chromium The minimum yield strength of the p265 tr2 carbon steel seamless pipes is between the ranges of 255-265. The tensile strength is between 410-570 Mpa. Chemically, the p265 tr2 carbon steel seamless pipes consists of various elements like carbon, silicon, manganese, phosphorus etc. They can be used in producing steam, condensers and heat exchanger tubes The tensile strength of P235GH Pressure Alloy Seamless Steel Tubes is between 360- 500Mpa, with its yield strength ranging between 215-235 Mpa. The minimum elongation at failure Longitudinal is 25% while at transverse section is 23 %. These pipes are used in production of condensers, steam and heat exchanger tubes The applications of 1.0259 Boiler Tube for Pressure purpose include tool making, construction of pressure reservoirs and production of storage tanks by using heat-resistant steels. Its tensile strength ranges between 410-570Mpa and the minimum elongation at failure Longitudinal is 21%. 1.0258 steel is a non-alloy high-grade carbon steel.
Under normalized conditions, it is formulated for primary forming into wrought products. 1.0258 steel has a moderately low thermal conductivity & has a moderately high electrical conductivity. Din 1.0255 steel material consists of carbon, silicon, manganese, phosphorus, aluminium and trace amounts of Molybdenum, Niobium, Titanium, Vanadium and chromium. It is seamless, high performance tensile strength ranges from 360-500Mpa and minimum yield strength ranges between 215 -235 Mpa. The minimum elongation at failure Longitudinal is 25% while at transverse section is 23 %. 1.0254 st 37.0 is a Non-alloy structural steel. Generally Non-alloy structural steels provide cost effective solutions. Chemically, they contain elements like Carbon, manganese, Silicon Chrome, nickel, copper and trace elements like Molybdenum, Niobium, Titanium, etc. High carbon Steel for large diameter pipes 1.0254 P 235 TR 1 are made carbon Non-Alloy Steel boiler tubes. They are able to stand high temperature and pressures. The pipes contain trace amounts of alloying elements like carbon, silicon, nickel, phosphorus, copper, Molybdenum, Vanadium, titanium and chromium. 1.0254 P 235 TR 1 is moderately high in terms of ductility and has moderately low tensile strength. Its tensile strength ranges between 360-500 MPa.
The minimum yield strength of a 16 - 40 mm tube is 225 MPa. The minimum elongation at fracture Longitudinal is 25% while at transverse section is 23 %. EN 1.0108 (P195TR2) is a carbon Non-Alloy Steel with moderately low thermal conductivity and fairly low tensile strength. But its ductility is fairly high. Under normalised conditions, EN 1.0108 (P195TR2) is used for primary formed wrought products. EN 1.0107 Steel is a non-alloy carbon quality steel and is fairly high in ductility. It is a seamless tube built for pressure purposes with specified room temperature purposes. Chemically the EN 1.0107 consists of trace amounts of carbon, silicon, nickel, phosphorus, copper, Molybdenum, Vanadium, titanium and chromium. The tensile strength is fairly low. It ranges between 320-440 MPa. The minimum yield strength of a 16 - 40 mm tube is 185 MPa. The minimum elongation at fracture Longitudinal is 27% while at transverse section is 25 %. Besides alloy steel grades, steel can be classified into a non-alloy steel grade. Some non-alloy steel grades are - Carbon steel, stainless steel and tool steel. Carbon steel account for 90% of the total steel population. They also have trace amount of alloy compounds. They can be further classified into low, medium and high carbon steels. The classification depends on the content of Carbon present in the steel. Low carbon steel contains up to 0.3% carbon content. Medium and high carbon steel contains between 0.3-0.6 and more than 0.6% of carbon respectively.
Stainless steel contains about 10 - 20% chromium as an alloying element. The addition of chromium makes steel resistant to corrosion. Based on their structure, Stainless steel can further be divided into three categories - Austenitic, Ferritic & Martensitic. Austenitic Stainless steel is used in food processing equipment, kitchen utensils, and piping. It forms the largest share in the global stainless steel market. Chemically, Austenitic Stainless steel consists of 8% chromium, 8% nickel and less than 0.8% carbon. They are non-magnetic and Ferritic stainless steel consists of 12-17% chromium, less than 0.1% carbon, along with a trace amount of nickel. Some other alloying elements, such as molybdenum, aluminium, or titanium can be found in Ferritic steel. Ferritic stainless steel are magnetic and soft. Further these steels can be strengthened by cold working. Martensitic steels are magnetic and heat-treatable. They are used to produce cutting tools, knives, dental and surgical equipment. Martensitic steels consists of 11-17% chromium, up to 1.2% carbon and less than 0.4% nickel.
Tool Steels are used in manufacturing equipment because of their increased heat resistance and durability. The durability in tool steels is because it contains tungsten , molybdenum, cobalt and vanadium in varying amounts. They can further be classified depending on their applications and shapes. For example tubular long shaped products are used in the automotive and construction industries to manufacture wires, rods, pipes, bars, shapes and sections. Tool Steels are also used in the construction of piping materials like fittings, flanges, valves etc. Flat Products are used in the production of automotive parts, appliances, packaging, shipbuilding, and construction. They consist of products plates, sheets, coils, and strips. Although steels are considered as non-alloy steel grades, they do contain trace amounts of varying minerals or metals added to their chemical composition to enhance the quality of steel.