321 - Stainless Steel Hot Induction Bends

Raw Material ASTM A 403 Gr. WP321 Ed. 2020
C % 0.080 Max.
Mn % 2.000 Max.
P % 0.045 Max.
S % 0.030 Max.
Si % 1.000 Max.
Cr % 17.00-19.00
Ni % 9.00-12.00
321 Hot Induction Bends Manufacturers & Suppliers

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


Induction bending is an efficient way to form metal components, particularly those that need curved shapes. This process does not require lubrication or cooling, and the metals used are completely recyclable. 


The company's five UK operations have been audited by SCCS to ensure that their processes comply with EU standards. 321 Hot Induction Bends feature a range of high-quality features that make them a smart choice for manufacturing.


904L ASTM A 815 pipe bend is made of wrought austenitic stainless steel. The pipe bend contains 18% Chromium and 8% Nickel. Typical applications for these pipe bends are the pulp extraction industry, general corrosion, and aerospace applications. Its unique bend curve equals three times the pipe diameter and provides easy drivability. 


Its high-quality design allows it to be used in a range of applications, from aerospace to energy and water-treatment applications.


Three-dimensional bending services are available for tubes up to 50mm thick. Induction bending reduces the need for welding and is more efficient than other methods. It also covers limitations of cold bendings, such as wall thinning and distortion. A 3D pipe bend is a perfect example of a three-dimensional bending process. 


These bends are available in three dimensions and different materials. They can also be ordered with multiple flanges and connections.


Another example of pipeline induction bending is the Hastelloy C22 45 Degree Induction Bend. This bending technique uses heat to bend large, long sections of pipe. The Excel Metal's Bending Unit has been approved by Shell Global, EIL, and Saudi Aramco. Its range of products includes pipeline cold bends, forged pipe bends, custom radius, roped pipeline bends, and wrinkle bends.


The process can be automated and enables the use of specialized bending machines. As with traditional bending, induction bends require less non-destructive testing than straight pipes and elbows. 


As a result, the material is much stronger than standard elbows, which is a big saving. Another benefit of induction bending is the increased availability of straight pipes and fewer elbows.