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Fine Tubes is a dedicated Stainless Steel, Nickel, Titanium and Zirconium alloy tube manufacturing company based in Plymouth, United Kingdom.

We produce highest quality products in an ever expanding range of alloys in seamless, welded and welded redrawn forms for a variety of market sectors including Aerospace, Chemical Process, Medical, Oil and Gas, Nuclear and Power, and Semiconductor industries.

Tubes are manufactured as both, straight lengths and long coils, depending on the project requirements and customer specifications.

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  1. 1. e  101  -­  July  2011 Snapshot www.finetubes.com About us At  Fine  Tubes,  we  are  specialist  manufacturers  of  high  precision  metal  tubes  in   Stainless  Steel,  Nickel  and  Titanium  alloys. Founded  in  1947,  Fine  Tubes  can  offer  over  60  years  experience  in  the  precision   engineering  industry  sector.  We  support  our  customers  from  the  initial  design,  the   of   the   tubes.   Our   reputation   for   quality   and   reliability,   drive   for   innovation   in   materials,  exceptional  customer  service  and  continuous  improvement  underlines  welcome to Fine Tubes our  global  customers  with  a  clear  competitive  advantage  based  on  outstanding   quality  and  innovation. The  tubular  products  we  develop  are  for  niche  markets.  They  are  designed  for   critical  tolerance  applications  in  the  most  challenging  environments  and  need  to   and  coils  are  extremely  high  and  serve  a  wide  range  of  markets. Our Materials Stainless Steels 304,  304L,  310,  316,  316L,  316LN,  316Ti,  317L,  321  347,  6Mo,  21-­6-­9,   22-­13-­5,  446,  17-­4PH,  FV607,  904L,  Duplex,  Super  Duplex  (S32750  and   S32760) Titanium Alloys Ti  CP  (Gr.  1  and  Gr.  2),  Ti  3Al/2.5V,  Ti  4Al/2.5V,  Ti  5Al/4V,  Ti  6Al/4V Zirconium Tubes Zircaloy  702,  Zircaloy  704 Nickel Alloys Alloy  31,  Alloy  59,  Alloy  75,  Alloy  200,  Alloy  201,  Alloy  263,  Alloy  400,     Alloy  600,  Alloy  625,  Alloy  690,  Alloy  718,  Alloy  800/H/HT,  Alloy  825,  Al-­ loy  C22,  Alloy  C276,  MP35N Our Products Fine  Tubes  manufactures  tubes  in  two  principle  forms:            precision  cut  or  coils  from  1  mm  (0.040”)  OD  to  50  mm  (2”)  OD.           tubing   in   straight   length,   precision   cut   or   coils   from   1   mm   (0.040”)   OD   to            50  mm  (2”)  OD.     Our Size Range Fine  Tubes  produce  precision  tubes  in  the  following  size  range min  OD         max  OD Seamless                     3  mm         30  mm 4  mm         40  mm For  further  details  please  see  our  interactive  Size  Range  chart  on  our  website   www.finetubes.com
  2. 2. e  101  -­  July  2011Snapshot www.finetubes.comOur MarketsWe are serving markets where we can demonstrate technological leadership, such as: Fine   Tubes   is   a   tubing   supplier   to   the   aerospace   industry   for   many   of   todays   leading   programs.   Typical   materials  used  for  the  aviation  industry  are  excellent  weight:  strength  ratio  materials  such  as  Titanium  3Al2.5,  6Al4  and   425,  CP  and  also  high  temperature  Nickel  Alloys,  stainless  grades  such  as  21-­6-­9.  We  have  achieved  Nadcap  approval  for   heat  treatment,  NDT  and  laboratory  testing  of  our  tubing.   Fine  Tubes  are  used  in  the  most  challenging  subsea  and  downhole  conditions  in  seawater  and  sour  oil  well   welcome to Fine Tubes environments.  Materials  used  are  Austenitic,  Super  Austenitic,  Duplex,  Super  Duplex,  Titanium  and  Nickel  Alloys.  Seamless   tubes  are  used  for  hydraulic  and  instrumentation  applications,  in  onshore  control  panels,  topside  processing  facilities,  on   Fine   Tubes   are   used   for   Semiconductor   manufacturing,   Chromatography,   High   Performance   Liquid   Chromatography   (HPLC   tubing),   Ultra   High   Purity   (UHP)   and   specialist   medical   applications.   Our   UHP   tubes   are   used   throughout  the  semiconductor  wafer  processing  and  medical  industries.  Our  HPLC  tubing  is  at  the  forefront  of  the  technology,   providing  unparalleled  peak  performance  thanks  to  innovative  manufacturing  methods  and  processing  control. stator  cooling  conductors  to  heat  exchanger  to  FGD  applications.   Fine   Tubes   medical   tubing   includes   both   dental   tubing   and   surgical   tubing.   Our   process   capability   delivers   achieved  by  electro  polishing.  We  produce  tubes  for  trauma  and  orthopedic  implants  (cannulated  bar),  surgical  instruments,   catheters,  stents  and  orthodontic  applications.  Materials  include  Titanium  Alloys,  conventional  or  vacuum  melt  Stainless  Our Service Materials  selection:  full  technical  support  on  product  material  selection  and  application  engineering. ities:  Pilger  mills,  weld  mills,  drawbenches,  coil  drawing,  bull  blocks,  controlled  atmosphere  annealing  and  heat                treatment  furnaces.  Pickling  and  passivation  plant,  eddy  current  and  ultra  sonic  inspection,  radiographic  examination.   Fine  Tubes  Ltd. Fine  Tubes       Fine  Tubes           Fine  Tubes             Plymouth   Zeppelinstr.  73   23,  Rue  Antigua Devon,  PL6  7LG   D-­81669  Munich   F-­45000  Orleans Level  15,  Nehru  Place New  Delhi  -­  110019     Sales  Tel:   +44  (0)1752  697216   Tel:   +49  (0)  89  458355-­43   Tel:   +33  (0)  238775-­702   Tel:       +91  (0)  114223  5118 General  Tel:   +44  (0)1752  735851   Fax:   +49  (0)  89  458355-­53 Fax:   +33  (0)  238812-­407                   Fax:     +91  (0)  114223  5222 Fax:     +44  (0)1752  733301www.finetubes.comDisclaimer:  The  information  contained  within  this  data  sheet  is  for  guidance  only  and  is  not  intended  for  warranty  of  individual  application  -­  express  or  implied.
  3. 3. e  114  -­  September  2011 Datasheet Experience     www.finetubes.com Fine   Tubes   has   been   supplying   tubular   products   to   the   aviation   industry   for   over   50   years.  Starting  with  stainless  steels  we  have  continually  expanded  our  process  capability  aerospace and  have  developed  a  unique  expertise  in  processing  nickel  alloys  for  high  temperature/ high  strength  applications  and  titanium  alloys  where  a  high  strength  to  weight  ratio  is   required.  Fine  Tubes  continues  to  set  new  standards  in  meeting  the  exacting  quality   standards  of  the  aerospace  industry  ensuring  that  new  design  concepts  today  become   industry  standards  tomorrow. History and Innovation Our  position  in  the  Aerospace  industry  is  through  the  culmination  of  our   long-­term  commitment  to  development  and  innovation. 1957     Stainless  tubing  supplied  to  Vickers  Viscount  Aircraft 1965     AM350  Development  for  Concorde  Programme 1982     First  EEC  producer  of  Seamless  Titanium  3AL/2.5V  Hydraulic  Tubing 1999     Eurofighter  (EFA)  Titanium  Tubing  supply  for  Hydraulic  Systems  &  EJ200 2002     Manufacture  of  seamless  Ti  6Al/4V  for  Hydraulic  Control  Systems 2006     Airbus  A380  Ti  3AL/2.5V  qualified  supplier  for  5000PSI  Hydraulic  systems 2010     Development  of  40  micron  wall  hx  tubes  for  engines  of  the  space  plane  Skylon Applications    Hydraulic  &  Pneumatic  Control  Systems    Convoluting  /  Seals    Cryogenic  Heat  Exchangers    Ducting  Systems    Torque  Control  Rods    Landing  Gear    Transmission  Tubes    Waveguides   Fuel  Pipes Instrumentation   Size Range for Seamless Tubing SWG 6.35 0.250 44 4.06 0.160 40 3.25 0.126 36   2.03 0.060 34 1.22 0.046 30 0.80 0.032 26 0.60 0.024 0.50 0.020 straight  lengths 24 22 0.38 0.015 20 0.25 0.010 16 0.20 0.008 12 0.15 0.006   9 0.10 0.004   7 0.05 0.002   4 0 0   0 mm  ins      mm   0   0.8   2.1   4.0   5.6   7.2   9.5   16.0   25.0   26.0   32.0   38.0   wall        OD  ins   0   1/32   3/32   5/32   7/32   9/32   3/8   5/8   1   1  1/16   1  1/4   1  1/2 www.finetubes.com
  4. 4. e  114  -­  September  2011 Datasheet Lean Manufacturing www.finetubes.com Fine  Tubes  have  embraced  the  principals  of  lean  manufacturing  through  a  programme  originating  from  the  S.M.M.T.  aerospace and  fully  implemented  by  Messier  Dowty  Ltd  (Groupe  Safran). Following  on  from  previous  initiatives  such  as  5-­S  and  TPM  our  Lean  Manufacturing  Support  Team  is  challenged  with   realising  cost  down  objectives  using  tools  such  as  value  stream  mapping  &  SMED.    Adding  value  extends  not  only  to   our  product  engineering  but  to  point-­of-­use  readiness  through  kitting  and  J.I.T.  type  distribution. Quality Quality Approvals AS/EN ISO 9100 Rev B Rolls-‐Royce SABre BS/EN ISO 9001:2008 Rolls-‐Royce Deutschland Nadcap AS 7102 for Heat Treating Messier-‐Dowty PRIDE Nadcap AS 7114 for Nondestructive Testing Agusta S.p.A A/316 TÜV Directive 97/23/EC, Annexe 1, Ch. 4.3 Bombardier SBAC/ASCS TS 157 Iss 5 Westland Sub Teir Supplier AIrbus UK AUK/SA/30066 The  Quality  Assurance  system  is  fully  documented  in  our  Q.A.  Manual. Manufacturing Standards TITANIUM  3Al/2.5V TITANIUM  6Al/4V   TITANIUM  C.P.   ABS  5004       FT2312  SEAMLESS ASTM  B338   AMS  4943   BAEM  4044  (SL7)   AMS  4944     MSRR  8609   AMS  4945       AMS  4942   MBBN  6001-­4     MSRR  8673 ABS  5141 STAINLESS  STEEL  21-­6-­9 OTHER  STAINLESS  STEELS NICKEL  ALLOYS/NIMONICS ASN-­A3288/NSA384510 MSRR  6524   347   MSRR-­6513   FV607   DAN  41 BS2T66/T67   347/321   MSRR-­7006   NIMONIC  75   SO7-­2210 BST68/T69   347/321     MSRR-­7037   C263   BACM  157 BST72/T73   347/321   BSHR403   HTA75  (NIMONIC)   AMS  5561 AMS-­T-­6845   304   BSHR404   LEGIER.  263   MSRR  6598 MIL-­T-­8808   321/347     MSRR6612   FV607 ABM  7-­3058 AMS-­5566   304   AMS-­5589   718 LN  9398   304/321/347 AMS-­5643   17/4PH AMS-­5659   15/5PH www.finetubes.com
  5. 5. Chemical  Analysis  % Density Tensile  Rm  (min) Yield  Rp  0.2%  (min) Elong.   ALLOY Werk-­   Tem-­ Hardness % Application UNS  No. stoff per HV min C Mn Ni Cr Fe Mo Ti Nb N Al Other g/cm³ lb/in³ ksi MPa ksi MPa 304L 0.035   2.0   8.0-­ 18.0-­ 1.4306 bal 7.93 0.286 ANN 70 485 25 170 35 200  max  Lower  carbon  of  304  with  good  weldability. S30403 max max 11.0 20.0 2.0-­ Better  corrosion  resistance  than  304  in  chloride   1.4404 316L 0.035   2.0   10.0-­ 16.0-­ 2.5 Good  weldability. bal 7.93 0.286 ANN 70 485 25 170 35 200  max S31603 max max 13.0 18.0 316L  with  minimum     molybdenum  content  of   1.4435 2.5-­3 2.5%. Titanium  stabilised  grade  with  good  weldability,   321 0.080   2.0   9.0-­ 17.0-­ 5XC improved  resistance  to  weld  decay  attack   1.4541 bal 7.93 0.286 ANN 75 515 30 205 35 200  max S32100 max max 12.0 19.0 -­0.600 &  better  mechanical  properties  at  elevated   temperatures. 347 0.080   2.0   9.0-­ 17.0-­ 10XC As  for  321  but  uses  niobium  as  stabilising   1.4546 bal 7.93 0.286 ANN 75 515 30 205 35 200  max S34700 max max 12.0 19.0 -­1.000 element. 2169 0.080   8.0-­ 5.5-­ 19.0-­ 0.15-­ 142-­ 979-­ Good  corrosion  resistance,  high  mechanica   bal 8 0.289 CW 120 827 16 250  min S21900 max 10.0 7.5 21.5 0.40 162 1117 properties. FV607 0.12-­ 0.5-­ 0.4-­ 10.0-­ 0.7-­ 0.35   V  0.15-­ 130-­ 900-­ Martensitic  grade  showing  good  creep   bal 7.7 0.278 HT 107 740 8 290-­349 S64607 0.16 1.2 0.9 11.7 1.2 max 0.3 152 1050 resistance. Capable  of  developing  high  mechanical   17/4PH 0.070   2.0   3.0-­ 15.0-­ 0.15-­ Cu  3.0-­ 1.4542 bal 7.9 0.286 HT 155 1070 145 1000 5 300  min properties  by  solution  treatment  &  age   S17400 max max 5.0 17.5 0.45 5.0 hardening. Capable  of  developing  high  mechanical   15/5PH 0.070   1.0   3.50-­ 14.5-­ 0.15-­ Cu  2.5-­ bal 7.8 0.282 HT 155 1070 145 1000 12 331-­401 properties  by  solution  treatment  and  age   S15500 max max 5.5 15.5 0.45 4.5 hardening. Alloy  75 0.08-­ 1.0   18.0-­ 5.0   0.20-­ Cu  0.5   100-­ 690-­ 2.4951 bal 8.37 0.303 ANN 46 300 30 230  max High  temperature  oxidation  resistance. N06075 0.15 max 21.0 max 0.60 max 120 830 Co   Alloy  263 0.04-­ 0.6   19.0-­ 0.7   5.6-­ 0.3-­ bal 1.9-­2.4 19.0-­ 8.36 0.302 HT 140 970 90 620 39 250  min High  creep  strength  with  good  weldability. N07263 0.08 Ma 21.0 max 6.1 0.6 21.0 Fine Tubes Grade Chart Alloy  600 0.15   1.0   72.0   14.0-­ 6.0-­ Cu  0.50   Very  good  combination  of  strength  &  oxidation   2.4816 8.42 0.304 ANN 80 550 35 240 30 200  max N06600 max max min 17.0 10.0 max resistance. Alloy  625 0.10   0.5   20.0-­ 5.0   8.0-­ 0.40   3.15-­ 0.40   High  temperature  strength  and  corrosion   2.4856 bal 8.44 0.305 ANN 120 827 60 414 30 260  max N06625 max max 23.0 max 10.0 max 4.15 max resistance. Alloy  718 0.08   0.4   50  .0-­ 17.0-­ 2.80-­ 0.65-­ 4.75-­ 0.20-­ Co  1.0   Age  hardenable,  high  strength  nickel  alloy  with   2.4668 bal 8.19 0.296 HT 185 1275 150 1034 12 331  min N07718 max max 55.0 21.0 3.30 1.15 5.50 0.80 max good  sour  well  corrosion  resistance.Alloy  X750 0.08   1.0   70.0   14.0-­ 5.0-­ 2.25-­ 0.70-­ 0.40-­ 2.4669 8.25 0.298 HT 160 1103 100 689 20 260-­360 High  temperature  strength  performance. N07750 max max min 17.0 9.0 2.75 1.20 1.00 MP35N 0.03   0.2   33.0-­ 19.0-­ 1.0   9.0-­ 1.0   Nickel  cobalt  alloy  with  very  high  strength,   Co  bal 8.43 0.304 HT 220 1514 200 1380 10 528  max R30035 max max 37.0 21.0 max 10.5 max toughness  and  outstanding  corrosion  resistance.CP  Grade  2 0.08   0.30   0.03   O  0.25   Very  high  strength  to  weight     ratio  combined   3.7035 bal 4.51 0.163 ANN 50 345 40-­65 275-­450 20 R50400 max max max max with  excellent  seawater  corrosion  resistance. e  114  -­  aerospaceTi  3Al/2.5V 0.08   0.25   0.03   2.5-­ V  2.0-­ High  strength  to  weight     ratio.  Excellent   Grade  9 3.7194 bal 4.48 0.162 CWSR 125 860 105 725 10 max max max 3.50 2.5 corrosion  resistance. R56320 Ti  6Al/4VGrade  5  ELI 3.7165 bal 6.0 V  4.0 4.33 0.156 CWSR 159 1100 141 980 8 ELI  grade,  very  high  strength     to  weight  ratio. R56401 Ti  425 Very  high  strength  to  weight  ratio  with   1.5 bal 4.0 V  2.5 CWSR 146 1006 129 890 14Ti  4Al/2.5V improved  ductility.
  6. 6. e  114  -­  September  2011 Datasheetaerospace Fine  Tubes  Ltd. Fine  Tubes       Fine  Tubes           Fine  Tubes           Plymbridge  Road,  Estover   Sales  Office  Europe   Sales  Office  Western  Europe Sale  Office  India Plymouth   Zeppelinstr.  73   23,  Rue  Antigna Eros  Corporate  Towers Devon,  PL6  7LG   D-­81669  Munich   F-­45000  Orléans Level  15,  Nehru  Place UK FRANCE         New  Delhi  -­  110019 GERMANY           INDIA   Sales  Tel:   +44  (0)1752  697216   Tel:   +49  (0)  89  458355-­43   Tel:   +33  (0)  238775-­702   Tel:       +91  (0)  114223  5118 General  Tel:   +44  (0)1752  735851   Fax:   +49  (0)  89  458355-­53 Fax:   +33  (0)  238812-­407                   Fax:     +91  (0)  114223  5222 Fax:     +44  (0)1752  733301 Email:  sales@finetubes.de Email:  sales@finetubes.fr E-­mail:     sales@finetubes.in Email:                      sales@finetubes.co.uk www.finetubes.com Disclaimer:  The  information  contained  within  this  data  sheet  is  for  guidance  only  and  is  not  intended  for  warranty  of  individual  application  -­  express  or  implied.
  7. 7. e116 - February 2008 Datasheet Experience www.finetubes.comchemical process Utilising our unique strength of being both a welded and seamless tube manufacturer gives our customers complete product flexibility - from welded, welded and redrawn to seamless tubes. With supply experience far exceeding typical BS/ASTM/ASME/TÜV standards, Fine Tubes continue to evolve corrosion resistant alloys for the increasing hostile temperature and operating environments where maximising operating efficiency demands total product reliability. Applications as diverse as Heat Exchangers and Flow Meters, measurement systems and Hydraulic Cylinder tubes are all supplied to the highest specification integrity. Applications Seamless Tubes. Welded and Redrawn. Coils and Straight Lengths All Fine Tubes welded tubes can Flow Meters be cold redrawn to improve weld Heat Exchangers homogenization and further enhance the mechanical and corrosion Measurements Systems performance. Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems Heat Exchangers Evaporators and Condensers Welded Tubes. Coils and Straight Lengths Control and Instrumentation Heat Exchangers Evaporators and Condensers Control and Instrumentation Size Range SWG 4.77 0.180 48 3.65 0.144 welded 44 0.104 40 2.64 36 1.63 0.064 coils 0.038 34 0.90 30 0.70 0.028 26 0.58 0.022 24 0.46 0.018 22 0.30 0.012 20 0.23 0.009 seamless 16 0.18 0.007 12 0.13 0.005 9 9 0.08 0.003 77 0.05 0.002 44 0 0 00 mm ins mm 0 0.8 2.4 4.0 5.6 7.2 9.5 18.0 25.0 28.0 32.0 38.0 63.5 wall OD ins 0 1/32 3/32 5/32 7/32 9/32 3/8 5/8 1 1 1/18 1 1/4 1 1/2 2.5 www.finetubes.com
  8. 8. e116 - February 2008DatasheetProduction Facilities www.finetubes.com Cold Pilger Mills Pickling and Passivation Plant NDT Ultrasonic and Eddy Current Testing Cold Drawing Benches chemical process Tube Welding Mills - In Line Weld Mills Hydrostatic and Pressure Testing Controlled atmosphere heat treatment Radiographic ExaminationSupply Forms Fine Tubes have an almost unique capability to be able to cold redraw the products they produce. This process is available in both straight lengths and coils and can be readily applied to both welded tubes as well as seamless. Cold redrawing enhances the metallurgical condition of the material and allows for very specific tolerances and dimensions to be achieved. Cold redrawing of the HAZe in welded tube in many alloys stimulates better weld homoginization and improves the mechanical and corrosion resistance performance.Flexibility in Processing Fine Tubes hold a unique position where a full range of products from the most cost effective solutions of direct welded stainless steel through the range of high temperature and corrosion resistance alloys to seamless materials across the same alloy range. All Fine Tubes welded products are 100% Eddy Current tested during the welding process and additionally 100% re-tested when redrawn to the final size required.Surface Finish and internal Electro-polishing The entire range of redrawn the seamless products can be offered with defined ID surface finishes down to Ra0.40 mm (16 CLA) All of the above product range can also be electro-polished internally to further improve the surface and enhanced corrosion resistance and cleanability.www.finetubes.com
  9. 9. e116 - February 2008 Datasheet Heat Exchanger / Condenser Tubes www.finetubes.com Fine Tubes manufacture a range of products specifically for the Heat Exchanger and Condenser Market.chemical process Alloys C276, C22, Alloy 600, Duplex, Super Duplex and Stainless Steel are available in a range of standard sizes specifically for this sector. 19.05 / 25.40 / 38.10 mm OD x 1.22 / 1.65 / 2.11 / 2.64 mm wall. Lengths up to 16 mtrs (52.6 ft) Specifications ASTM B622, ASTM B626, ASTM A 789, ASMTM SA789 and ASTM B516. ASTM B622 C276 UNS N10276 Seamless Eddy Current Tested ASTM B626 C276 and C22 UNS N10276 UNS N06022 IA Welded and Annealed - 100% Eddy Current Tested IB Welded, Sized and Annealed - 100% Eddy Current Tested IIA Welded and Cold Worked - 100% Eddy Current Tested IIB Welded and Cold Worked - 100% Eddy Current and Hydrostatically Tested ASTM A789 Duplex / Super Duplex UNS S31803 UNS S32760 UNS 32750 Seamless, Welded, Welded redrawn - 100% Eddy Current Tested ASTM B516 UNS N06600 Welded and Welded redrawn Class 1 - 100% Eddy Current Tested Class 2 - 100% Eddy Current and Pressure Tested ASTM A213/A269 Stainless Steels Seamless - 100% Eddy Current Tested Pressure Test Calculations Stress = S Pressure = P Outsider Diameter = O Inside Diameter = I Wall Thickness = T Barlow Formula Lamé Formulae Simple Calculation for General Use More Precise Calculation especially thick wall tubes P = 2ST P = S x (D² – I²) D (D² – I²) Quality Approvals Process and quality control of Fine Tubes products is critical in respect of consistently achieving the highest standards for all applications. Strict quality controls are applied at every stage of the processing operations. We have BS EN ISO 9001 and BS EN ISO 14001 approvals. Fine Tubes can supply to AD2000 Merkblatt W0/TRD100, 97/23/EC (PED) - TÜV, NACE MR-0175. Fine Tubes have Nadcap approvals for their most critical operations Nadcap (Heat Treatment) reaccredited at Merit Status by P.R.I. Nadcap (NDT) reaccredited at Merit Stautus by P.R.I. www.finetubes.com
  10. 10. e116 - February 2008DatasheetCorrosion Resistant Alloys www.finetubes.com chemical process Analysis % Density Temper Tensile Tensile 0.2% 0.2% Elong Hardness Rm PS PS Alloy Rp RpType UNS Ni Cr Mo Fe Ti Other g/cm3 lb/in3 ksi MPa ksi MPa % HV ApplicationSS 316L 11-14 16-18 2-3 bal - - 7.93 0.286 ANN 75 515 30 205 35 200 Standard oil and gas CRA. S31600SS 316L 2.5% 11-14 16-18 2.5-3 bal - - 7.93 0.286 ANN 75 515 30 205 35 200 316L with minimum min moly molybdenum content of 2.5%.SS 316Ti 11-14 16-18 2-3 bal 0.5 - 7.93 0.286 ANN 75 515 30 205 35 200 Austenitic stainless steel with addition of 0.5% Ti to improve alloy stability at temperatures above 800C.SS 904 l 24-26 19-21 4-5 bal 1.0- 8.0 0.289 ANN 72 500 31 220 30 200 Stainless steel with higher N08904 2.0Cu resistance to general, pitting & crevice corrosion than 316L.SS 6Mo 17.5- 19.5- 6 bal - 0.2N 8 0.289 ANN 650 300 45 310 35 230 Super-austenitic stainless steel S31254 18.5 20.5 with good resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion.SS Lean Duplex 3.5 20 1.8 bal - 0.16N 7.72 0.279 ANN 90 620 65 450 25 260 High strength alloy with S32003 corrosion resistance equivalent to 316L combined with higher metallurgical stability than duplex.SS Duplex 4.5- 21-23 2.5- bal - 0.08- 7.80 0.281 ANN 90 620 65 450 25 260 High mechanical strength and S31803 6.5 3.5 0.2N good resistance to localised & S32205 cracking & chloride stress corrosion.SS Superduplex 7 25 7 bal - 0.25N, 7.84 0.281 ANN 109 750 90 620 25 280 Superduplex alloy combining S32760 0.75W excellent strength with good corrosion resistance in high SS Superduplex 7 25 7 bal - 0.3N 7.79 0.280 ANN 109 750 90 620 25 280 chloride and seawater S32750 environments. Ni Alloy 400 63 - - bal - 30Cu 8.83 0.319 ANN 70 483 28 193 35 140 General purpose Ni alloy with N04400 a good combination of strength, ductility & corrosion resistances. Ni Alloy 825 38-42 20-22 2.5-3 31-35 0.6- 1.5-3Cu 8.1 0.292 ANN 85 590 35 240 30 155 Very good sour well and N08825 1.0 0.6-1.2Ti chloride stress corrosion cracking resistance. Ni Alloy 625 bal 20-23 8-10 5 0.4 3.5Nb 8.44 0.305 ANN 120 827 60 414 40 200 Nickel alloy with very good N06625 resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion & sour well environmental. Ni Alloy C-276 58 16 16 - - 3.9W 8.90 0.321 ANN 100 690 40 280 25 180 Excellent sour service N10276 corrosion resistance. Ni Alloy 22 59 22 13 - - 3W 8.61 0.311 ANN 100 690 45 310 45 180 Excellent sour service N06022 corrosion resistance combined with a very high pitting index. Ni Alloy 718 54 18-19 3 18.5 1.0 5.0Nb 8.19 0.296 PH 205 1413 165 1138 20 425 Age hardenable, high strength N07718 nickel alloy with good sour well corrosion resistance. Ti Ti 3Al 2.5V - - - 0.3 bal 2.5-3.5Al 4.48 0.162 CWSR 123 860 104 725 10 - High strength to weight R56320 2-3V ratio. Excellent corrosion resistance. Ti CP Gr 2 - - - 0.3 bal - 4.51 0.163 ANN 50 345 40 275 20 200 Very high strength to weight R50400 ratio combined with excellent seawater corrosion resistance. Fine Tubes Limited, Estover Works, Fine Tubes Sales Office Europe Fine Tubes Sales Office West Europe Estover, Plymouth, Devon, PL6 7LG, UK Zeppelinstr. 73, D-81669, Munich, 10 Place Charles Béraudier, Immeuble lOrient, GERMANY F-69428 Lyon cedex 03, FRANCE Sales Telephone: +44 (0)1752 697216 Telephone: +49 (0) 89 458355-43 Telephone: +33 (0) 426687-108 General Telephone: +44 (0)1752 735851 Fax: +49 (0) 89 458355-53 Fax: +33 (0) 426687-109 Fax: +44 (0)1752 733301 email: sales@finetubes.de email: sales@finetubes.fr email: sales@finetubes.co.ukwww.finetubes.comDisclaimer: The information contained within this data sheet is for guidance only and is not intended for warranty of individual application - express or implied.
  11. 11. e  111  -­  September  2011 Datasheet www.finetubes.com Experiencenuclear & power The  Nuclear  and  Power  Markets  represent  one  of  our  key  markets  for  the  supply  of  Stainless   Steel,  Nickel  alloy  and  reactive  metal  alloy  tubing.  Our  pedigree  in  supporting  the  exacting   quality   needs   within   the   Nuclear   market   is   supportive   by   Quality   systems   and   Customer   Reference  Approvals.  Commencing  in  the  1970s  with  the  development  of  Nuclear  Fuel  cans   for  the  UK  AGR  market,  we  have  continued  to  evolve  our  product  range  in  support  of  LWR,   Heavy  Water  and  fast  breeder  reactor  technologies. Innovation and Flexibility Our   commitment   to   high   specification   tube   manufacture   combines   with   the   strength   of   a   manufacturing   facility   which   offers   significant   capacity   and   market   competitive   pricing   yet   appreciates  the  need  for  flexibility  and  support  in  breakdown,  rapid  reaction  situations. Our   quality   and   customers   service   support   ensures   that   the   individual   requirements   for   quality  plans,  procedures  and  documentation  are  fully  and  efficiently  complied  with. Nuclear Island Applications    Steam  generator  tubing    Guide  tubes    In-­core  heat  exchangers    Control  rods    Thimble  tubing    Instrumentation  &  control Nuclear Island Manufacturing Capability (Seamless) Size Range Outer Diameter min (mm) max min (inches) max 0.8 38.1 0.031 1.5 Lengths: Straights: Maximum 20m (65 feet) Coils: Maximum 80kgs (177lb) Forms: Straight or C/U bent Surface Finish: ID 0.4 micron Ra (157 micro inch Ra) (as drawn) ID 0.1 micron Ra (39 micro inch Ra) (electropolished) Manufactured Size Range SWG 7.10 0.278 48 4.77 0.180 Welded 44 3.65 0.144 40 2.64 0.104 36 1.63 0.064 Coils 34 0.90 0.038 30 0.70 0.028 26 0.58 0.022 24 0.46 0.018 22 0.30 0.012 Seamless 20 0.23 0.009 16 0.18 0.007 12 0.13 0.005 9 0.08 0.003 7 0.05 0.002 4 0 0 0 mm ins mm     0      0.8   mm ins mm wall OD ins     0   1/32   0   0.8   2.4                    4.0                    5.6                7.2         9.5      2.4   4.0   5.6   7.2                9.5   18.0                  25.0                    28.0                    18.0   25.0     32.0   38.0                    63.5  28.0                  32.0                          38.0   63.5 wall OD ins   0      1/32      3/32   3/32            5/32    5/32                7/32                      9/32                        3/8                              5/8                              1                                1      1/8                                        1  1/4                              1    1/2                                  2    1/2  7/32   9/32   3/8      5/8     1    1  1/8     1      1/4             1    1/2        2      1/2 www.finetubes.com
  12. 12. Chemical  Analysis  % Density Tensile  Rm  (min) Yield  Rp  0.2%  (min) Elong.   ALLOY Werk-­   Hardness Temper % ApplicationUNS  No. stoffe HV min C Mn Ni Cr Fe Mo Nb N Other g/cm³ lb/in³ ksi MPa ksi MPa 304L 0.035   2.0   8.0-­ 18.0-­ 1.4306 bal 7.93 0.286 ANN 70 485 25 170 35 200  max Lower  carbon  of  304  with  good  weldability.S30403 max max 11.0 20.0 310S 0.080   2.0   19.0-­ 24.0-­ 0.75   For  high  temperature  performance  where  18/8 1.4845 bal 7.93 0.286 ANN 75 515 30 205 35 200  maxS31008 max max 22.0 26.0 max type  are  inadequate.  Good  scaling  resistance. 2.0-­ 1.4404 Standard  AOD  melt  austenitic  stainless  steel  grade. 316L 0.035   2.0   10.0-­ 16.0-­ 2.5 bal 7.93 0.286 ANN 70 485 25 170 35 200  maxS31603 max max 13.0 18.0 1.4435 2.5-­3 316L  with  minimum     molybdenum  content  of  2.5%. Because  of  its  low  magnetic  permeability  316LN  has  been  316LN 0.030   2.0   10.0-­   16.0-­   2.0-­   0.10-­   Si  0.75   used  in  concrete  rebar  applications  in  close  proximity  to   1.4429 bal 7.93 0.286 ANN 75 515 30 205 40 200  maxS31653 max max 14.0 18.0 3.0 0.16 max sensitive  electronic  devices  and magnetic  resonance  medical  equipment. Titanium  stabilised  grade  with  good  weldability,  improved   0.080   2.0   9.0-­ 17.0-­ 10XC Ti  5XC 321 1.4541 bal 7.93 0.286 ANN 75 515 30 205 35 200  max resistance  to  weld  decay  attack  &  better  mechanical   max max 12.0 19.0 -­1.000 -­0.600S32100 properties  at  elevated  temperatures. 0.080   2.0   9.0-­ 17.0-­ 10XC   347 1.4546 bal 7.93 0.286 ANN 75 515 30 205 35 200  max As  for  321  but  uses  niobium  as  stabilising  element. max max 12.0 19.0 -­1.000S34700 904L 0.020   2.0   23.0-­ 19.0   4.0-­ Cu   Stainless  steel  with  higher  resistance  to  general,  pitting  &  N08904 1.4539 bal 8 0.289 ANN 70 485 40 275 35 200  max max max 28.0 -­23.0 5.0 1.0-­2.0 crevice  corrosion  than  316L. Fine Tubes Grade Chart 6Mo 0.020   1.0   17.5-­ 19.5-­ 6.0-­ 0.18-­ Cu0.5-­ Super-­austenitic  stainless  steel  with  good  resistance                   1.4547 bal 8 0.289 ANN 98 675 45 310 35 230  maxS31254 max max 18.5 20.5 6.5 0.22 1.0 to  pitting  and  crevice  corrosion. Zirconium  alloys  are  corrosion  resistant  and  biocompatible,   and  therefore  can  be  used  for  body  implants.  In  one   Z702 0.005   0.1   0.1   Zr+Hr particular  application,  a  Zr-­2.5Nb  alloy  is  formed  into  a   0.025 6.50 ANN 55 379 30 207 16 150  R60702 max max max 99.2 knee  or  hip  implant  and  then  oxidized  to  produce  a  hard   ceramic  surface  for  use  in  bearing  against  a  polyethylene   component. This  oxidized  zirconium  alloy  material  provides  the  beneficial   Zr+Hf surface  properties  of  a  ceramic  (reduced  friction  and   Z704 0.05   97.5 increased  abrasion  resistance),  while  retaining  the  beneficial   0.025 6.56 ANN 60 415 35 240 14 150R60704 Max Hf bulk  properties  of  the  underlying  metal  (manufacturability,   4.5 fracture  toughness,  and  ductility),  providing  a  good  solution   for  these  medical  implant  applications. e  111  -­  nuclear  &  power

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