YUHONG GROUP is one of the largest steel manufacturers and Exporters in China, who is specialized in the production of stainless steel, duplex steel, copper-nickel alloy steel, Nickel Alloy Steel pipe & tube, and related fitting & flange, etc.
Our stainless steel piping tube are widely used in various important sectors like mining, energy, boiler & heat exchanger, petrochemical, chemical industry, food plant, paper plant, gas and fluid industry, etc.
The type of liquid or gas that the pipe system transports is the most important element in choosing the pipe. First, the material is corrosive or non-corrosive? Corrosive liquids such as crude oil, ammonia, seawater, and other acidic liquids that have a heavy chemical makeup, require a corrosion-resistant pipe material and Duplex Steel will be very suitable for this kind of pipe system. Normal stainless steel pipes are better suited for non-corrosive liquids, like oils or standard wastewater.
Each type of material has its own specification and characteristic.
Stainless steel: does not rust or corrode as quickly or easily as other materials. It naturally resists most corrosion because it consists of several different alloys, all of which help form a protective oxide layer on the surface. This natural layer is tough and durable. For this reason, it is an ideal water pipe material selection that is also suitable for oils and some chemicals.
Nickel Alloy Steel Pipe can meet the harsh and extreme environments of aggressive media, high temperatures, and high pressure. Is mainly used in aeronautics, chemical processing, and the oil and gas industry.
Copper: is widely used due to its ready availability and aesthetic appeal. It is not completely immune to corrosion, but it is more corrosion resistant than many other materials, such as galvanized steel. Copper is most prone to corrosion in fresh and saltwater, as well as particularly harsh chemicals and acids.
Stainless steel pipe/tube is widely used in piping systems of industry application and is also ideal for heater exchanger or boiler tubing.
In many applications — including laboratories, food processing, medical facilities, and plants that work with hazardous chemicals — precise temperatures are required for all liquids and vapors used. Some pipe materials that can be suitable for high temperatures include carbon steel and stainless steel. For extremely low temperatures, copper, some aluminum alloys and high-alloy austenitic stainless steel are least likely to become brittle and break.