Carbon Steel Instrumentation Tube Fittings Manufacturer

ASTM A105 Carbon Instrumentation Tube Fittings, Carbon Single Ferrule Tube Fittings, Carbon A105M Instrumentation Tube Fittings, Carbon Compression Tube Fittings, Carbon Double Ferrule Tube Fittings Suppliers in Mumbai, India.

Astec Tubes is a renowned name in supplying and manufacturing Carbon Steel Instrumentation Tube Fittings to its clients. We supply these fittings in various lengths and thicknesses. We have earned the trust of our diverse group of clients by supplying superior quality products. These Fittings are made from wrought iron, steel, and manganese. These contain a high amount of carbon. This is why these are called carbon steel fittings. These Fittings are used in the kitchen and food processing applications. These are easy to sanitize. As already mentioned these also contain a small amount of manganese and carbon alloy for increasing resistance to corrosion. The presence of carbon makes it resistant to all kinds of corrosion under the effect of acids and alkali. These Fittings offer excellent mechanical and tensile strength and this is one of the prime reasons why it is used extensively. These fittings are compatible with all kinds of welding exercises but arc welding remains the best way to weld these fittings.

These are well known for their ability to withstand high vessel pressure and bearing capacity at high temperatures and lower temperatures. These have excellent forming capabilities and can be done by forging, extrusion and rolling. But if in an application you are using raw alloy then it is not suitable. These have high nickel content and that is why these are used in offshore, mooring, seawater application, construction, different chemical industry, food processing.

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These fittings are less prone to thermal expansion under the effect of elevated temperatures. Similarly, these do not succumb to extremely cold temperatures in contractions. This makes these suitable for a wide range of industrial and commercial operations. These Fittings exhibit excellent corrosion resistance under the influence of seawater. They can even withstand acidic attacks and will show no signs of corrosion. This is why these are well suited for usage in many marine and shipbuilding works. The mechanical and chemical properties of these grade Fittings make it suitable to be used in several commercial and industrial operations. These are used in shipbuilding works, oil exploration, and offshore oil drilling activities. These are also used in the petrochemical and food processing industries.

Standard : ASTM A105, A105 / ASME SA105, SA105

Thickness : 0.6 mm THK to 6.00 mm THK

Size Range : 1/16” 1/2” & 1.5MM to 38.1MM

Outer Diameter : 6.00 mm to 60.00 mm

Carbon Steel Male Connector

Carbon Steel Male Connector

Carbon Steel Male Elbow

Carbon Steel Male Elbow

Carbon Steel Male Branch Tee

Carbon Steel Male Branch Tee

Carbon Steel Female Connector

Carbon Steel Female Connector

Carbon Steel Female Run Tee

Carbon Steel Female Run Tee

Carbon Steel Reducer Union

Carbon Steel Reducer Union

Carbon Steel Union Cross

Carbon Steel Union Cross

Carbon Steel Plug (Port Ends)

Carbon Steel Plug (Port Ends)

Carbon Steel Back Ferrule

Carbon Steel Back Ferrule

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Carbon Steel Instrumentation Tube Fittings Applications

  • Petrochemicals
  • Gas Processing
  • Chemical Equipment
  • Off-Shore Oil Drilling Companies
  • Pharmaceutical Equipment
  • Pulp & Paper Industry
  • Sea Water Equipment
  • Power Generation