Alloy Pipes for Thermocouple has good oxidation resistance in intermittent service up to 870°C and in continuous service at 925 °C. It is used in various applications such as cooking pots; springs, screws, nuts and bolts; sinks and backsplashes; building boards; Pipeline; brewery, food, dairy and pharmaceutical production plants; toilets and drinking troughs; etc. SS Pipes for Thermocouple has excellent corrosion resistance in many environments and when in contact with various corrosive media. Crevice and Pitting erosion can happen in chloride containing atmospheres, where SCC can occur above 60°C. Conversely, continuous usage at 425 °C – 860 °C is in fact not recommended. In this case it is recommended for its resistance to carbide precipitation. If high temperature resistance above 500 °C to 800 °C is required, this steel is recommended.
We as Siddhgiri Tubes is an acknowledged manufacturer of Stainless Steel Pipes for Thermocouple, which retains confrontation to aqueous weathering. It has good machinability, however its low thermal conductivity means that coolants and lubricants must be used liberally, especially on cutting edges. As an austenitic stainless steel, it is theoretically non-magnetic. Actually, it is only weakly magnetic. The nickel content of this steel helps to reduce its reaction to exterior magnetic fields. We as a Stainless Steel Pipes for Thermocouple suppliers in Mumbai provide such product that is an austenitic and can be drawn very deeply. This property has led to it being the predominant variety used in applications such as sinks and pans. It is used on large components to improve weldability.