316 - Stainless Steel Hot Induction Bends

Raw Material ASTM A 403 Gr. WP316 Ed. 2020
C % 0.080 Max.
Mn % 2.000 Max.
P % 0.045 Max.
S % 0.030 Max.
Si % 1.000 Max.
Cr % 16.00-18.00
Mo % 2.00-3.00
Ni % 10.00-14.00
316 Hot Induction Bends Manufacturers & Suppliers

316 Stainless Hot Induction Bends Manufacturers, Exporters & Suppliers in India


316 Hot Induction Bends are an excellent way to fabricate stainless steel piping. These bends are designed to ensure the proper flow of fluids, and they can be custom-made to meet specific requirements. In addition, they can be manufactured in a faster and more efficient manner than standard components.


They can also replace elbows and reduce wear and friction, which will ultimately reduce the amount of energy used by pumps. The bending process can reduce costs by up to 50%.

Whether you need a 5d or 180 degree bend, you can be sure that these are available in a variety of materials and styles. 


316H Hot Induction Bends can be found at many distributors throughout the United States, India, and the Middle East. You can also find them in UAE and Mumbai. These bends are made of the highest quality stainless steel and are suitable for use in a variety of applications.


Stainless Steel 316 Elbows are the second-most popular type of pipe fitting. They are incredibly corrosion-resistant and last longer than their 304 counterparts. The ASTM A403 WP316L bend is particularly suited for sea and brackish water. The material is less dense than its 304 counterpart, which makes it a better choice for use in salt-water applications. 


316 elbows are manufactured by a reputed SS 316 Elbow Manufacturer in India. Stainless steel pipes are bent using this method, which provides a strong and efficient way to manufacture bending piping. By combining cooling with local heat, the 316 Hot Induction Bend overcomes the drawbacks of conventional cold bending. 


As hot induction pipes are the most common form of pipe bending, they are fast, precise, and offer fewer errors. The nominal diameter of the pipe is used to set the bend radius, and the bending process is relatively inexpensive. 


Induction bending uses heat to reduce the number of welds in a system by removing the welds at critical points. Because the walls of the 316 Hot Induction Bends are uniform in thickness, they are more durable and stronger than elbows with an uneven wall thickness. 


Induction bends also require less non-destructive testing, which can save both time and money. Moreover, straight pipes are more readily available than elbows and standard bends. Furthermore, they are easier to produce. There is no need to assemble mandrels.