SA 213 t92 tube

SA 213 t92 tube

These tubes are composed of Ni, Al, Nb, Si, Mo, V, N, C, Mn, P, S, Si, 8.5% Cr, Mo, and W. Cr and Mo are elemental components that give the SA 213 T92 Tube exceptional durability and low resistance to corrosion.
The ASME SA 213 Grade T92 Alloy Steel Seamless Tubes have a minimal yield strength of 415 MPa as well as a minimal tensile strength of 585 MPa. Additionally, the alloy has a maximum hardness of 250HB.
The outside diameters of ASTM A213 T92 tubes range from 6.35millimeter (about 0.25 in) to 101.6millimeters (about 4 in). Such tubes have a greater diameter. The lengths of the tube can be up to 2500millimeters (about 8.2 ft).

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SA 213 T92 tube specification


SA 213 T92 Tube Specification

SA 213 T92 tube size range T92 tube length ASTM A213 T92 tube equivalent & other trade name
  • Nominal pipe size – 1/8” to 5” NPS
  • Wall thickness: 0.500″

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  • 6 meters
  • 12 meters
  • Single random lengths (4 – 8 meters)
  • Double random lengths (8 – 13 meters)
  • Custom length or cut to length to save wastage
  • DIN 1.4901
  • UNS K92460
  • Heater Tube – ASTM A213 Gr T92
  • Seamless pipe: ASTM A335 P92
  • Equivalent Standards – ASTM A213, ASME SA213, ASTM A335, DIN 17175, BS 3059
  • Equivalent Materials – T92, K92460, P92
  • Standard – EN 10216-2
  • Material – X10CrWMoVNb9-2, 1.4901, 9Cr-2W
A213 T92 material SA 213 Gr T92 hot formed tubes tempering temperature T92 boiler tube condition of delivery
  • Alloy Steel
  • Chrome Moly Alloy
  • NF616 A213 T92
  • 590°C
  • 1094°F
  • BKW – Soft/ Cold-finished
  • NBK – Normalized
  • GBK – Annealed
  • BK- Hard/ Cold-finished
Manufacturing method of ASTM A213 Gr T92 seamless tube SA213 T92 material required quality test T92 steel tube applications & uses
  • Cold drawn seamless A213 T92 tube
  • Hot finished seamless SA 213 T92 tube

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  • Bend Test
  • Hydrostatic Test
  • Nondestructive Electric Test
  • Tensile mechanical test
  • Hardness test
  • Flattening test

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  • Superheated pipelines
  • Aircraft industry
  • Boilers for super heaters
  • Electric power plants
  • Boiling water tube
  • Heat exchangers
  • Power generation
  • High pressure steam pipeline
  • Fossil fuel plants
European standard of NF616 T92 seamless ferritic alloy tubes ASME SA213 T92 tube approved ex-stock Heat treatment methods of NF616 A213 T92 tube
  • EN 10216-2 (IBR Approved SA213T92 seamless tube)
  • EN 10217-2 (Ferritic Low Alloy Steel SA 213 T92 welded tube)

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  • Saudi Aramco
  • PDVSA
  • Pemex
  • KOC
  • Petrobras
  • Qatar Gas
  • PDO
  • Petronas
  • ADNOC
  • Acid cleaning
  • Annealing
  • Spray rust removal
  • Cleaning
  • Tempering
  • Quenching

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IBR Certified ASME SA213 T92 seamless tubing manufacturers & brand list

ASTM A213 Gr T92 reheater tubes manufacturers Origin / Country
ISMT INDIA
MAHARASHTRA SEAMLESS LTD. INDIA
JSW INDIA
BUTTING GERMANY
HYUNDAI HYSCO KOREA
BENTELER SHREVEPORT, USA
JFE JAPAN
VALCOVNY TRUB CHOMUTOV CZECHIA (Europe)
ARCELORMITTAL UK
SEAH KOREA
TUBOS SPAIN
TENARIS ITALY

Important elements comparison of SA213 T92 superheater tubes

Elements SA 213 T92 Tube SA 213 T22 SA 213 T12 SA 213 T91
Phosphorus (p) 0.02 max 0.025 0.025 0.02
Silicon (Si) 0.2-0.5 0.5 0.5 0.20-0.50
Molybdenum/ Moly (Mo) 0.85-1.05 0.87-1.13 0.44-0.65 0.80-1.05
Carbon (C) 0.08-0.12 0.05-0.15 0.05-0.15 0.07-0.14
Chromium / chrome (Cr) 8.0-9.5 1.90-2.60 0.80-1.25 8.0-9.5
Sulfur (S) 0.01 max 0.025 0.025 0.01
Manganese (Mn) 0.3-0.6 0.30-0.60 0.30-0.61 0.30-0.60
Yield strength ≤205Mpa ≥220 MPa
  • 32 KSI
  • 220 MPa
  • 60 KSI
  • 415 MPa
Tensile strength ≤415MPa ≥415 MPa
  • 60 KSI
  • 415 MPa
  • 85 KSI
  • 585 MPa
Temperature range 590°C 675°C 650-730°C 590°C

Mill tolerance for hot formed ASTM A213 T92 tubes wall thickness

T92 Steel NPS or DN A213 T92 Tolerance
(% from Specified)
Over Under
  • 1/8 NPS to 2 1/2 NPS [6 to 65] inclusive
  • all t/D ratios
20.0% 12.5%
  • Above 2 1/2 NPS [65]
  • t/D < or = 5%
22.5% 12.5%
  • Above 2 1/2 NPS [65]
  • t/D > 5%
15.0% 12.5%

Notes:

  • t means = Specified NF616 A213 T92 wall thickness
  • D means = Specified SA 213 Gr T92 outside diameter

Permissible variation of alloy steel SA 213 T92 boiler tube outer diameter

T92 Tube NPS or DN Over Under
inch mm inch mm
  • 1/8 NPS to 1 1/2 NPS [6 to 40], including
1/64 (0.015) 0.40 1/64 (0.015) 0.40
  • Over 1 1/2 NPS to 4 NPS [40 to 100], including
1/32 (0.031) 0.79 1/32 (0.031) 0.79
  • Over 4 NPS to 8 NPS [100 to 200], including
1/16 (0.062) 1.59 1/32 (0.031) 0.79
  • Over 8 NPS to 12 NPS [200 to 300], including
3/32 (0.093) 2.38 1/32 (0.031) 0.79
  • Over 12 NPS [300]
+/- 1% of the specified T92 outside diameter

NF616 A213 T92 marking

Marking heading
Grade/ material
Length
Schedule
Manufacturer’s Heat Number
Test name
  • S1 – SA 213 T92 Analysis
  • S2 – SA 213 Gr T92 Tubing Transverse Tension Test
  • S3 – Flattening Test of SA213 T92 material
  • S4 – Etching Tests & Metal Structure
  • S5 – Photomicrographs
  • S6 – ASME SA213 T92 Photomicrographs for Individual Pieces
  • S7 – Alternative Heat Treatment – only for ASTM A213 T91 (type 1 and 2)
Indicate SA213 T92 material test method
  • Test Pressure – if Hydrostatic yes, Nondestructive No
  • NDE – if Hydrostatic No, Nondestructive Yes
  • NH – if Hydrostatic No, Nondestructive No
  • Test Pressure/NDE – if Hydrostatic yes, Nondestructive yes

Heat treatment requirements of T92 boiler tube

Grade UNS
Number
Heat treat type Normalize Temper
T92 K92460 Normalize and temper 1040 ° C 730 ° C

T92 tube equivalent

Standards Country SA 213 T91 Tube
UNS North America K92460
WNR Russia
ASTM America A213
ASME Australia SA 213
JIS Japan
BS United Kingdom
GOST Russia 550-75
AFNOR France
EN Europe 10216-2

Mechanical properties of A213 T92 heater tube

 Mechanical properties
Standard Tensile properties (longitudinal) HardnessHB
Yield strength(MPa) Tensile strength(MPa) Elongation(%)
T92 ≥440 ≥620 ≥20 ≤250

SA 213 Gr T92 hot formed tubes chemical composition

Grade Chemical composition(%)
C Mn Si P S Cr Ni Mo V Nb N Al
T92 0.07-0.13 0.30-0.60 ≤0.50 ≤.020 ≤.010 8.0-9.5 ≤0.40 0.30-0.60 0.15-0.25 0.04-0.09 0.03-0.07 ≤.040

SA 213 T92 Tube Properties

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The UNS K92460 Tubes must pass the following tests or examinations: stress, hardness, flatness, flaring, hydraulic or another NDT test, dimensional examination, and visual inspecting. E112 Procedures for testing the average size of grains. The results of the Vapour corrosion tolerance test at 650 & 700 ° C indicate that SA213 T92 steel pipes have essentially the same oxidation resistance at these two different temperatures as SA213 T92 heat exchanger tubes. Each pipe must pass either hydrostatic testing or the nondestructive electric inspection. These tubes are thoroughly examined before being delivered to the client. The alloy’s hardness and other mechanical characteristics are investigated intensively.

A213 T92 material has more components such nitrogen, nickel, vanadium, aluminum, tungsten, and boron than A213 t23 materials.
SA213 T92 alloy steel tubing has greater tensile strength, yield strength, and percentage elongation than SA213 T23 alloy steel tubing. In these two grades, alloy steel A213 T92 boiler tubes are harder than A213 T23 boiler tubes. UNS K92460 is the brand name for t92 alloy tubing, whereas UNS K41650 is the brand name for t23 alloy tubing. Both materials are made up of different elements in various proportions. The two were given different parts of the application based on their elemental makeup.

Additionally, the alloy has a maximum hardness of 250HB. For high-pressure, high-temperature purposes, there is specification A213. The ASTM A213 T92 Seamless Tubes pressure tolerance changes from schedule to schedule. The tube’s ability to withstand pressure is mostly determined by its wall width. The length of the tube can be up to 2500 millimeters, and the wall thickness varies between 1mm and 200m. Alloy Steel T92 Seamless Tubing are sturdier and can carry more weight than normal. High pressure container grade alloy steel t92 tube is a little more costly than other tube grades. In areas where stress is present, these tubes are preferred.

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The EN 10216-2, ASME A335, & GOST 550-75 standards, that include the composition T92, K92460, are equivalent to the A213 t92 specification. Steel T92 piping’s equivalent material is P92. As per ASTM A 335, A 213, or to EN 10216-2 specification under the designation X10CrWMoVNb9-2, T92 Alloy Steel Pipe (Gr. T/P92) is a ferritic-martensitic (9% Cr, 1.75% W, & 0.5% Mo) steel lesser level alloy steel using vanadium as well as niobium.
Up to 600–620 °C, SA213 Gr. T92 Hydraulic Pipe exhibits exceptionally increased temperature performance and creep conduction. In comparison to assessment 22, its 9% chromium level provides preferable abrasion and oxidative blockage.

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