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Stainless e paipa ukamea – 304. 304 'Oku fie ma'u 'a e Stainless sitila paipa ki he ngaahi founga kotoa pe 'oku lahi ange ai 'a e malohi mo e fakafepaki ma'olunga corrosion..

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'Emau kautaha, Foshan Jinsuiying Stainless ukamea naunau Co., Ltd, Na'e fokotu'u 'i Sanuali,2014.

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How much pressure can stainless steel water pipes withstand?

As a pipe for carrying and transporting fluid media, it has extremely high requirements for strong pressure resistance, so how much pressure can stainless steel water pipes withstand? The compressive resistance of stainless steel water pipes requires comprehensive consideration from two aspects. The second is the wall thickness of the water pipe itself. This is also the most important point. The larger the wall thickness, the better the pressure resistance. Generally speaking, the relationship between the pressure-bearing capacity of stainless steel water pipes and the outer diameter and thickness of the pipe is: the pressure that the stainless steel water pipe can bear is negatively related to the outer diameter of the pipe. For a pipe with the same thickness, the larger the outer diameter of the pipe, the more pressure it can bear. Low; the pressure that a stainless steel water pipe can bear is positively related to the thickness of the pipe. For pipes of the same outer diameter, the thicker the pipe thickness, the greater the pressure; the larger the outer diameter of the same series, the thicker the thickness; the greater the pressure bearing capacity Strong. ʻikai ngata ai, for the specific value of the pressure bearing capacity, we can accurately know it through calculations. The editor will not elaborate here. Generally speaking, the calculation of the

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STAINLESS STEEL PRODUCTION PROCESS WITH JINSUIYING

1. Welding Process Pipes welding and shaping relies upon the grade and application specification. Steel sheets enter a welding machine where they are looped and welded. At the point when the steel sheets enter the machine, they are shaped to a curl. These loops are then welded at the crease to shape a pipe. The standard materials commonly used are: 304 stainless steel 304L stainless steel 316 stainless steel 316L stainless steel 2. Drawing Process The process of floating/drawing is to pull a metal bar, rod, or wire throughout a pass on to adjust its completion, shape, lahí, or potentially mechanical properties. The pipe drawing strategy lessens the external breadth, inward distance across, and divider thickness of the pipes. This maintains the integrity of the pipe surface, is ideal for treated steel pipes. 3. Annealing Annealing is the way toward warming metal above re-crystallization and cooling it back to room temperature. When metal is framed to shape, the molecular bonds fix making the metal firm. To reestablish flexibility, the metal is measure through toughening machines. Jinsuiying have the professional bright annealing furnace. 4. Sinking Process Pipe sinking is a drawing process that shrink pipes to a smaller diameter. In this drawing strategy, a pipe is measure through a pass on without a mandrel being embedded. With a mandrel, great internal surface quality isn’t ensured. The external surface integrity is controlled by

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