API 5L X70 Pipe
API 5L X70 PSL2 Pipe
API 5L X70 Seamless Pipes
What is X70 grade tensile strength?
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X70 is a premium-grade piping material per the API or American Petroleum Institute’s specifications. Also known as an L485 pipe because of its minimum yield strength of 485 MPa or 70,300 PSI. X70 covers both the welded and seamless manufacturing types and two product subscription levels of PSL1 and PSL2 used for sour services
X70 steel pipes are made of micro-alloyed carbon-manganese steels with niobium, vanadium, and tin, which do not exceed 0.15%. Hence the Pipe’s structure is composed of acicular bainite and ferrite to have excellent welding performances
X70 line pipe has many excellent properties like high strength, temperature impact toughness, low ductile-brittle transition temperature, high resistance to dynamic tearing, acid service suitability, and long-lasting and cost-effective
API 5L gr X70 ERW pipe and seamless Pipe have high tensile strength ranging between 600 to 750 MPa for use in many applications from nuclear to petrochemical industries
What is the X70 Pipe equivalent to?
X70 pipe European equivalent is L485MB (1.8977), and the German equivalent includes StE480.7TM. X 70 material is available in two product specifications, PSL 1 and PSL 2, in many forms. It includes L485Q, or X70Q, L 485M, X 70M, and many others
Pipes made from X 70 material are also seamless and welded pipes from many manufacturing methods like ERW, SSAW, and others
What is the yield strength of API 5L X70 Pipe?
The European equivalent of API 5L X 70 pipe is L 485 pipe denoting its minimum yield strength of 485 MPa or 70,300 PSI. It is important to know the yield strength before buying the pipes. The significant reason for yield strength is the magnitude of stress at which the elasticity of the pipes becomes plastic
Yield strength is also a constant representing the maximum limit of the elastic behavior of pipes. Hence it is essential to check the pipes' yield strength to use them correctly to ensure safety and durability with no damage
API 5L X70 Pipe specification, chemical composition, mechanical properties and equivalent
What are the raw materials for making API 5L X70 PSL2 pipe?
To make pipes choosing high-quality raw materials is essential, as in many other products
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What is the difference between API 5L X70 PSL1 and PSL2 Pipe?
PSL 1 and PSL 2 are the two product specifications of API or American Petroleum Institute for the many X series of carbon steel pipes. There are many differences between the two for the API 5L X70 PSL2 welded Pipe that, include the following:
Where is the L485 Pipe used?
There are many uses of the X 70 or L 485 pipes in many sectors, including the following
L 485 PSL 2 pipes are best for sour services for applications to avoid corrosion because of H2S or hydrogen sulfide.