Chrome Moly Alloy Welded Pipe
P91, P22, P5, P11, P9, P92 ( ASTM A691 & ASME SA691 ) - Alloy Welded Pipe
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Trade NameGradeWelded Pipe 1 1/4 Chrome1 1/4CRA691 / SA691 2 1/4 Chrome2 1/4CRA691 / SA691 5 Chrome5CRA691 / SA691 9 Chrome9CRA691 / SA691 P9191A691 / SA691
Materials in industry standard designations: STD, 40, XH, 60, 80, 100, 120, 140, 160, XXH
Special customer designated nominal and minimum wall thicknesses can also be furnished.
Non standard OD & ID are available.
Pipe manufactured to this specification is normally furnished in outside diameters 16 inch and larger with wall thicknesses up to and including 3 inches.
Pipe having other size and wall thickness dimensions are permitted provided all other requirements of this specification are met. Manufacturer's acceptance of special dimensions would have to be obtained prior to placement of an order.
- This specification covers electric-fusion-welded alloy-steel pipe intended for high pressure at high-temperature service fabricated from pressure-quality plate.
- Quantity (feet, metres, or number of lengths)
- Name of material (steel pipe, electric-fusion-welded)
- Specification number
- Grade and class designation
- Size (inside or outside diameter, nominal or minimum wall thickness)
- Length (specific or random)
- End finish
- Purchase options
- Supplementary requirements
Refer to ASME B & PV Code Section II for non-identical A/SA requirements.