WPHY 46 - Carbon Steel Hot Induction Bends

Raw Material ASTM A 860 WPHY46 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.
Carbon Steel WPHY 46 Hot Induction Bends Manufacturers

Carbon Steel WPHY 46 Hot Induction Bends Manufacturers, Exporters & Suppliers in India


Whether you're looking for a high quality, cost-effective, or quick bending solution, Carbon Steel WPHY 46 Hot Induction bends can help. The process is often referred to as "hot bending" or "hot rolling." In either case, the material is heated to a temperature above its annealing temperature. This is then manipulated to form the desired bend.


As one of the most popular pipe bending processes, hot induction bending offers several advantages over pipe fittings. It is a fast, accurate, and economical method for bending pipes and fittings. Because the process involves relatively little human error, it is highly effective. 


Hot induction bending is possible on a variety of materials, including carbon steel, WPH 60, low alloy, A106, and bi-metal alloy. The basic design of this hot induction bending plant features a base frame that supports the rolls and pipe carriage. The radius arm is mounted on a pivot track assembly and the pipe clamps are fixed to the base frame. 


The induction coil is mounted on a 3-plane movement configuration, and a PLC controls the speed. The process is clean, requiring no lubrication or cooling. If you are looking for a hot induction bend in India, we are a leading manufacturer and supplier.


As with all ASTM standards, Carbon Steel WPHY 46 Hot Induction bends can be purchased online from a quality supplier. If you are not satisfied with the quality of a carbon steel pipe bend, you can request a quote and visit a local manufacturer. 


There are many advantages to using carbon steel hot induction bends. You can choose from a large range of products and save up to 50% on custom bends.


Induction bending is a great solution for piping applications. This process produces a metal that has excellent physical properties and requires minimal non-destructive testing. This process is also less expensive than other methods because there is no need to manufacture stock of standard bends or elbows.