WPH 65 - Carbon Steel Hot Induction Bends

Raw Material ASTM A 860 WPHY65 Ed. 2018
C % 0.200 Max.
Mn % 1.00-1.45
P % 0.030 Max.
S % 0.010 Max.
Si % 0.15-0.40
Cr % 0.30 Max.
Mo % 0.25 Max.
Ni % 0.50 Max.
Cu % 0.35 Max.
V % 0.10 Max.
Cb % 0.04 Max.
Al % 0.06 Max.
Ti % 0.05 Max.
Ni+Cr+Mo+V % 1.00 Max.
CE % 0.42 Max.
WPH 65 - Carbon Steel Hot Induction Bends

Carbon Steel WPH 65 Hot Induction Bends Manufacturers, Exporters & Suppliers in India


Carbon Steel WPH 65 Hot Induction Bend is the most popular type of pipe bend that we offer. This type of pipe bend is used in pressure piping. It comes in several styles, including equal tee, reducing tee, and stub-end. It is also available in various sizes, including ASTM A106B. You can use it to make various shapes and sizes of pipe bends.


Amongst the different types of bending processes, hot induction is considered the best option. It is fast, precise, and has very few errors. Depending on the radius of the bend, you can choose any of the following: carbon steel, low alloy steel, A106, bi-metal alloy, etc. Besides these, the benefits of hot induction over cold bending include cost savings and the ability to handle the most complex bending jobs.


The quality of the finished product depends on the manufacturing process of the steel pipe. The hot-induction bending process causes inevitable thinning of the steel pipe. To avoid this, a custom-made mother pipe must be made to maintain the minimum wall thickness after bending. 


In this way, you can be sure that your pipe will be able to withstand a high-pressure environment. This process is also environmentally friendly, as it does not require any lubrication.

Besides being an excellent choice for the long-range transition, you should also consider using ASTM A420 WPL3 long radius bends. 


These are 1.5 times larger than normal diameters, which promotes flexibility. They are also resistant to oxidation, corrosion, and befouling. Whether you are looking for a seamless bend, seamless bending, or a flanged pipe fitting, you'll be sure to find one that fits your needs.


As with any other pipe fitting, induction bending can reduce the number of welds on the tube by eliminating the seams at critical points. They also improve the ability of the pipe to absorb pressure. Induction bends are also stronger than standard elbows because their wall thickness is more uniform, which reduces the number of non-destructive tests required. 


Also, this method of bending reduces the stock of standard bends and elbows, which is a huge saving for manufacturers. Straight pipes are available in greater quantities than elbows and standard components and can be manufactured faster due to the lack of mandrels and bends.