Low Temperature Cast Valves
Grade LCB, Grade LCC, Grade LC3 - Low Temperature Cast Valves
U.S. Metals is the premier worldwide supplier for all your Low Temperature Cast Valves A352 / SA352 needs.
Our ability to provide Low Temperature Cast Valves on a project basis is one of our strongest capabilities and is unmatched in our industry.
Turnarounds or outages, planned retrofits or emergency situations, grassroots projects worldwide; U.S. Metals has the experienced staff to assist you on all of your specialty alloy requirements, no matter how detailed the specification, no matter how difficult the situation.
New industry requirements, not an issue. We work closely with agencies like EPRI along with our utility and refining clients to be on the cutting edge of new industry requirements that affect your high energy/high temperature piping systems.
Our inventory is evolving to meet the new specifications that prevent current issues as creep cracking and hardness problems.
Trade NameGrade 1 Low TempGrade 6 Low TempGrade 3 Low Temp Cast ValvesA/SA352A/SA352A/SA352 Grade LCB:J03003J03003----- Grade LCC:J02505J02505----- Grade LC3:----------J31550
Carbon Steel Grades LCB and LCC are impact tested at -50°F. Three and one half nickel Grade LC3 material is impact tested for services down to -150°F.
Charpy V-Notch Impact Testing is required.
The specification offers optional Supplementary Requirements and a non-mandatory Appendix included for information only.
Cast Valves for Low Temperature service are normally offered in A/SA352 Grades LCB(65ksi Tensile) and LCC(70 ksi Tensile). Grade LCA(60ksi Tensile) material is listed in Specifications A/SA352, but is not a standard production item for valves.
The specification listed above reflects the common materials required for manufacture and fabrication of items for use in Low Temperature Service.
1) A casting description by pattern number or a drawing including dimensional tolerances.
2) Grade of material.
3) Any desired options or supplementary requirements offered in the specification.
4) Acceptance standards.
Refer to ASME B & PV Code Section II for non-identical A/SA requirements.