ASTM / ASME A 234 Gr. WP 1 - Alloy Steel Hot Induction Bends

Raw Material ASTM A 234 WP1 Ed. 2019
C % 0.280 Max.
Mn % 0.30-0.90
P % 0.045 Max.
S % 0.045 Max.
Si % 0.10-0.50
Mo % 0.44-0.65
Alloy Steel ASTM / ASME A 234 GR. WP 1 Hot Induction Bends

 Alloy Steel ASTM / ASME A 234 GR. WP 1 Hot Induction Bends Manufacturers, Exporters & Suppliers in India


Alloy Steel ASTM /ASME A 234 GR. WP 1 Hot Induction Bends have a variety of advantages over conventional bending processes. For example, they are highly resistant to wear and can be produced more quickly than standard components. They also require little or no lubrication, and the water used in the cooling process is recycled.


The most common form of pipe bending is hot induction bending, which is fast, accurate, and causes few errors. The diameter of the pipe to be bent determines the radius of the bend. Hot induction bending is effective on a wide range of materials, including carbon steel, A106, and bi-metal alloys.


Hot Induction Bends can be made of a variety of materials, including Duplex Steel, Inconel Buttweld, Copper Nickel, and Alloy 20. Hot induction pipe bends are available in ANSI B16.9 and ASME A234. They are also available in WPHY 42, WPHY 46, WPHY 52, WP 12, WPHY 60, WPHY 65, and WPHY 70.


Hot induction bending is an excellent choice for the installation of heat-resistant pipe fittings. Hot induction bending is an effective method of completing a seamless or fusion-welded pipe fitting. Hot induction bending can help prevent a leak and increase the efficiency of a system. 


These pipe fittings are firm and prefabricated and are easy to install and remove. The A234 Hot Induction Bend is the best option for the majority of bending applications. They are known for their exceptional performance and are developed based on the demands of the industry. 


Hot induction bends made from alloy steel are also relatively cheap and easy to install. These bends are also tested in full sections and are certified to meet the standards of ASTM / ASME A 234.