you may find reasonably priced suppliers of alloy b2 tube in UAE. have a look at Hastelloy b2 vs. c276 tubing for more details
Hastelloy b2 vs c276 tube
Four years after inventing Hastelloy B in 1923, Haynes invented Hastelloy C in 1926. Since they are from the same Hastelloy family, both have many similar properties and uses. But there are also many differences between the Hastelloy B2 tube and the C276 tube.
- Since Hastelloy B2 has more nickel and molybdenum content than C 276 alloy, it is best suited for use in equipment that handles reducing chemical environments.
- Hastelloy B2 does not form carbide precipitates like grain boundary during welding and annealing at high temperatures like C276.
- B2, with less iron content of 2% than c276, which has from 4 to 7%, has more corrosion resistance and use in many applications.
Find Middle East stockists of cut-to-size hastelloy b2® seamless pipe that complies with international requirements. view UNS n10665 welded pipe application
Where is alloy b2 tubing used?
Alloy B2 tubing has high nickel and molybdenum content than many other alloys. Hence it has many unique properties to be useful in various industries. Being ideal for reducing the chemical environment, it is best in many chemical processes. The processes involve sulphuric acid, hydrochloric acid, phosphoric acid, acetic acid etc.
- Its unique property of not making grain-forming carbon precipitates in heat-welded zone enables it to be useful in many chemical processing industries.
- Its easy weldability and machinability enable the production of many tubes and pipes for various uses.
Consult with a number of trustworthy importers who carry nimofer® 6928 seamless tube produced by United Special Metals, Sandvik, DMV, Haynes USA, Tubacex, etc., and compare hastelloy b2 vs c22.
Hastelloy b2 vs c22
Hastelloy B2 is the base superalloy to make UNS N10665 welded pipe, tubes, and other products. Hence WNR 2.4617 welded pipe has many unique properties and uses that differ from the later invented C22 pipes and tubes. But being from the same Hastelloy family, they share some similar properties. The following are the differences between Hastelloy alloy B2 ERW pipe and C22 welded pipes and tubes.
- B2 has more nickel and molybdenum than C22
- C22 has more chromium than B2 to solve many severe corrosion problems
- C22 having 3% tungsten which B2 does not have, adds more strength to C22 pipes and tubes
Frequently Used Hastelloy B2 Pipe types
Hastelloy B2 tube
Alloy b2 tubing
Hastelloy B2® seamless pipe
Nimofer® 6928 seamless tube
UNS N10665 welded pipe
WNR 2.4617 welded tube
Looking for Schedule 40, 80, 20, XXS, or 60 WNR 2.4617 welded tube suppliers? You have reached the right page. Discover the welding process.
Can you weld Hastelloy B2® seamless pipe?
Since manufacturers use high-performance superalloys of nickel and molybdenum to make Hastelloy B2® pipe, it is easy to weld it. With less iron and more nickel and molybdenum, it is easy to weld and machine using traditional methods.Hastelloy B2 is a wrought superalloy even in “as welded” condition. Hence welding its pipes is not so difficult as it has excellent resistance to high temperatures. Also, it offers outstanding resistance to all concentrations of many acids. Nickel alloy B 2 tube though expensive because of easy weldability and other properties, offer more ROI or return on investment.
Locate a certified distributor of hastelloy alloy b2 welded pipe in all popular sizes, and check the distinction between hastelloy b-2® pipe and tube.
Difference between Nimofer® 6928 pipe and tube
B2 super alloy is the material that manufacturers use for making Nimofer® 6928 seamless tube and pipe—also known as Hastelloy B2® seamless pipe is in use for over a hundred years in much chemical processing and other applications. It is because of its high nickel and molybdenum content than other alloys. Hence it has many excellent properties to be in use in many industries. Though many use the terms pipe and tube interchangeably, there are a few differences between the two. Tubes need precise diameters and suit specific applications in medical and other industries, whereas pipes use more than tubes to carry gases, liquids, and others.