WPBW - Carbon Steel Hot Induction Bends

Raw Material ASTM A 234 WPB Ed. 2019
C % 0.300 Max.
Mn % 0.29-1.06
P % 0.050 Max.
S % 0.058 Max.
Si % 0.10 Min.
Cr % 0.40 Max.
Mo % 0.15 Max.
Ni % 0.40 Max.
Cu % 0.40 Max.
V % 0.080 Max.
Ni+Cr+Mo+V % 1.00 Max.
CE % 0.50 Max.
Carbon Steel WPBW Hot Induction Bends Manufacturers

 Carbon Steel WPBW Hot Induction Bends Manufacturers, Exporters & Suppliers in India


When looking to purchase a pipe bend, the first thing you need to know is how they are manufactured. Carbon Steel WPBW Hot Induction Bends are incredibly durable. Because of their design, they can be used in many different applications. 


Here are some of the benefits of carbon steel pipe bends. These pipes are often used in heat exchangers, boilers, and various other applications. And because of their durability, they can also be a great choice for any application.


The most popular type of pipe bend is the hot induction bend. This technique is fast, precise, and there are few errors. The bend radius is determined by the nominal diameter of the pipe. The material used to make hot induction bends is carbon steel, low alloy, A106, and bi-metal alloy. 


These are also known as plugs. When it comes to carbon steel pipe bends, you can choose from WPBW, WPHY 42, WPHY 46 and WPHY 60.


Induction bending is an environmentally-friendly process. It does not require oil or lubricant. The water that is used for cooling is recycled. The process is also safe, as no lubrication is needed. 


The water used to cool the pipe is recycled. Whether you need a hot induction bend in a tight space or are bending a steel pipe in a small area, induction bending is an excellent choice for a custom pipe bend.


When compared to traditional bending methods, hot induction bends have the advantage of being much more efficient and accurate. They are made with an induction coil that helps to make the material easier to bend. 


After an induction coil has been placed around the pipe to be bent, the metal inside the coil will be heated between 850 and 2200 degrees Fahrenheit. Then the pipe is moved through the coil, and the bending force is applied by fixed radius arms.


While carbon steel WPBW Hot Induction Bends is a great choice for several applications, there are other types of hot induction bends that can serve your purpose as well. Some of these include WPHY 52, WPBW, and Duplex. 


All of these types of bends have some common characteristics. In addition to high-quality materials, you can also choose bends with an array of special features.