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What do the terms 45 SR and 90 LR for Incoloy 825 pipe fittings mean?

45 SR and 90 LR  are different bend angles of the pipe fittings. 45 SR Incoloy 825 pipe fittings have a 45 degree angle, and the radius of the curve is relatively short. These fittings are used when a more compact bend is required in a space-saving environment.

90 LR incoloy 825 fittings have a 90-degree angle, and longer radius of the curve than SR bends. It is used when a smoother flow path and reduced pressure drop are desired.

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Our firm is the first in India to manufacture alloy 825 fittings that are compliant with ASTM B366.

What distinguishes inconel 825 3D elbow from a 3R elbow?

Inconel 825 3D & 3R elbow has different bend radius and final shape. A 3D Alloy 825 elbow has a larger bend radius than 3R ones. It has three times the pipe diameter which indicates a relatively larger curve. These alloy 825 fittings have a smoother and more gradual bend which reduces flow resistance and pressure drop.

A 3R elbow Inconel 825 fittings have has bend radius three times the pipe diameter. They create a sharper bend which results in higher flow resistance and increased pressure drop.

According to ANSI/ASME B16.9, Regent Steel is the top supplier and stockist of ASTM B366 UNS N08825 tee and elbow in Mumbai.

ASTM B366 UNS N08825 tee

ASTM B366 UNS N08825 tee

Alloy 825 elbow

Alloy 825 elbow

DIN 2.4858 reducer

DIN 2.4858 reducer

How do alloy 825 eccentric and concentric reducers vary from one another?

A popular Incoloy 825 buttweld fittings are eccentric & concentric reducers. They can connect pipes of different diameter in a system. Some differences between them will include:

A nickel alloy 825 concentric reducer has a cone shape. Their larger and smaller ends are aligned along the same central axis. It reduces the pipe diameter and maintains a straight and even flow path. These Incoloy alloy 825 fittings are used for maintaining the same fluid flow direction.

A DIN 2.4858 eccentric reducer is asymmetrical in shape with one larger and a smaller end which is not aligned along the same central axis. These alloy 825 seamless fittings maintain help to avoid air or solids from getting trapped in the piping system.

Here you get high-quality Inconel 825 buttweld fittings online at the lowest prices, ranging from 1/2′′ to 10′′ (seamless) and 1/2′′ to 48′′ (welded), place your orders online to save money.

Incoloy 825 pipe fittings specification
Incoloy 825 fittings sizes Schedule Standard
Seamless: 1/2 to 10 inch
Welded: 1/2 to 48 inch
Sch 5 to XXS ASME/ANSI B16.9, MSS-SP-43, B16.28
Specification Incoloy 825 fittings Type Certification
ASTM B366 | ASME SB366 Seamless, Welded, Fabricated
NACE MR 01-75
To meet the demands of the client, we provide ASME SB366 DIN 2.4858 reducer and stub ends in any size; read up on the available selections
Most popular types of alloy 825 fittings
Incoloy 825 buttweld fittings

Incoloy 825 buttweld fittings

  • Oil Drilling Companies
  • Sea Water Equipment
  • Chemical Industry
Nickel 825 pipe bend

Nickel 825 pipe bend

  • NPS: ½  to  48 inch
  • Schedule: 5 to XXS fittings
  • ASME B16.9 fittings
WNR 2.4858 stub end

WNR 2.4858 stub end

  • Welded fittings
  • Seamless fittings
  • Fabricated fittings
Are odd-sized nickel alloy 825 seamless and welded fittings, such as pipe bends and crosses, difficult to find? Please don't worry; factory price is now available through online ordering.
ASTM B366 UNS N08825 elbow mechanical properties
Element Tensile Strength Yield Strength (0.2%Offset) Elongation
Incoloy 825 fittings Psi – 80,000 , MPa – 550 Psi – 32,000 , MPa – 220 30 %
Nickel alloy 825 tee equivalent
STANDARD AFNOR UNS EN WERKSTOFF NR. GOST JIS BS OR
Incoloy 825 fittings NFE30C20DUM N08825 NiCr21Mo 2.4858 ЭП703 NCF 825 NA 16 XH38BT
DIN 2.4858 reducer chemical properties
Grade Ti Mn C Al Cu Si S Cr Fe Ni
Incoloy 825 fittings 0.06 – 1.20 1.00 max 0.05 max 0.02 max 1.50 – 3.00 0.5 max 0.03 max 19.50 – 23.50 22.00 min 38.00 – 46.00
Physical properties of ASME SB366 nickel 825 stub end
Density Specific Heat Incoloy 825 fittings Melting Range Electrical Resistivity
g/cm3 Btu/lb. °F J/kg.k °F °C µΩ·m
8.14 0.105 440 2500-2550 1370-1400 1130
Size chart of Incoloy 825 buttweld fittings
Equivalent Decimal Incoloy 825 fittings Typical Threads In Inch O.D. or I.D. Diameter Nominal Diameter
0.313 27 5/16 1/16
0.405 27 13/32 1/8
0.540 18 35/64 1/4
0.675 18 43/64 3/8
0.840 14 27/32 1/2
1.050 14 1-3/64 3/4
1.315 11-1/2 1-5/16 1
1.660 11-1/2 1-21/32 1-1/4
1.900 11-1/2 1-29/32 1-1/2
2.375 11-1/2 2-3/8 2
2.875 8 2-7/8 2-1/2
3.500 8 3-1/2 3
4.000 8 4 3-1/2
4.500 8 4-1/2 4
Alloy 825 seamless fittings weight chart
DN (Normal Pipe Size) For ASME B16.9 Schedule 40S Incoloy 825 fittings Schedule 10S Schedule 80S
Elbow 90 Deg Elbow 45 Deg B16.9 Equal Tee Elbow 90 Deg Elbow 45 Deg B16.9 Equal Tee Elbow 90 Deg Elbow 45 Deg B16.9 Equal Tee
10 0.03 0.02 0.03 0.03 0.02 0.05 0.06 0.04 0.09
8 0.03 0.02 0.06 0.02 0.01 0.03 0.04 0.03 0.07
15 0.08 0.04 0.10 0.06 0.03 0.09 0.10 0.05 0.14
25 0.15 0.11 0.29 0.14 0.08 0.28 0.22 0.14 0.38
20 0.08 0.04 0.17 0.07 0.03 0.13 0.11 0.05 0.20
32 0.26 0.17 0.59 0.23 0.11 0.49 0.40 0.23 0.68
50 0.70 0.4 1.28 0.50 0.25 0.85 0.91 0.59 1.59
40 0.40 0.23 0.86 0.30 0.17 0.68 0.51 0.29 1.02
65 1.40 0.77 2.19 0.85 0.48 1.41 1.81 0.99 3.13
90 2.83 1.42 4.08 1.70 0.75 2.67 4.00 2.00 5.44
80 2.20 1.08 3.31 1.25 0.63 1.77 2.97 1.50 4.45
300 59.42 29.71 62.14 25.80 13.62 39.46 79.38 39.69 83.91
100 4.47 2.09 5.27 2.10 1.08 3.46 6.18 2.81 7.71
200 21.54 10.77 20.91 10.20 5.33 15.65 33.11 16.56 28.12
150 10.89 5.44 10.99 5.45 2.72 8.07 16.32 8.16 13.61
250 38.56 19.27 35.38 18.15 9.75 26.46 51.71 25.86 49.90
Manufacturing standard of WNR 2.4858 equal tee
Incoloy 825 fittings Standard of Manufacturing
ANSI / ASME B16.9 ISO 4144
MSS SP-95 ANSI / ASME B16.11
ANSI / ASME B16.25 BS3799
MSS SP43 ASME B16.28
Dimension chart of Incoloy alloy 825 fittings
NPS (Normal Pipe Size) Elbow 90 Deg Return Elbow 180 Deg O.D. (Outside Daimeter) Elbow 45 Deg
(inch) Long Radius Elbow Short Radius Long Radius Elbow Long Radius Elbow
Center to Face
(Inches)
Center to Face
(Inches)
Center to Center
(Inches)
Back to face
(Inches)
(inch./ Inches) (millimeter/ MM) Center to Face
(Inches)
Radius
(Inches)
3/4 1 1/8 2 1/4 1 11/16 1.050 26.7 7/16
1/2 1 1/2 2 1 7/8 0.840 21.3 5/8
1 1 1/2 1 3 2 3/16 1.315 33.4 7/8
1 1/2 2 1/4 1 1/2 4 1/2 3 1/4 1.900 48.3 1 1/8 3
1 1/4 1 7/8 1 1/4 3 3/4 2 3/4 1.660 42.2 1
2 3 2 6 4 3/16 2.375 60.3 1 3/8 4
3 4 1/2 3 9 6 1/4 3.500 88.9 2 6
2 1/2 3 3/4 2 1/2 7 1/2 5 3/16 2.875 73.0 1 3/4 5
3 1/2 5 1/4 3 1/2 10 1/2 7 1/4 4.000 101.6 2 1/4 7
5 7 1/2 5 15 10 5/16 5.563 141.3 3 1/8 10
4 6 4 12 8 1/4 4.500 114.3 2 1/2 8
6 9 6 18 12 5/16 6.625 168.3 3 3/4 12
10 15 10 30 20 3/8 10.750 273.1 6 1/4 15
8 12 8 24 16 5/16 8.625 219.1 5 12
12 18 12 36 24 3/8 12.750 323.9 7 1/2 18
How are UNS N08825 pipe fittings manufactured ?

ASTM B366 UNS N08825 tee is manufactured using various processes. The common manufacturing methods are:

  • Hot forging is heating the raw material and shaping it using pressure and dies. This process enhances the mechanical properties and strength of the Incoloy alloy 825 stub end.
  • Cold forming includes deforming the material at room temperature through bending, pressing or extrusion. It helps create complex shapes or precise dimensions.
  • Machining can create fine details or modifications by removing material through cutting, drilling or milling.

After manufacturing, the ASME SB366 nickel 825 pipe bend may undergo further processes to enhance its properties & appearance. The specific manufacturing method depends on the desired characteristics, complexity and size of the fittings.

What things should I keep in mind when installing DIN 2.4858 fittings ?
  • The Incoloy 825 pipe cross must be compatible with the piping system in terms of material composition, corrosion resistance and temperature range
  • The fittings must be handled with care, avoiding any kind of damage.
  • They must be installed properly as per the design requirements and flow direction to ensure optimal performance.
  • Use the appropriate tightening torque to avoid under or over tightening. This can result in leakages or damage of WNR 2.4858 equal tee.
  • Select the appropriate sealing method to ensure a reliable connection.
  • Follow the relevant industry standards & guidelines for installation procedures.
  • Conduct thorough inspections and pressure tests after installation to verify the integrity and performance.
What does "schedule" refer in terms of nickel alloy 825 pipe fittings ?

The schedule of nickel alloy 825 reducing tee is to the wall thickness of the pipes and fittings. This designation is used to standardize and specify the pipe wall thickness based on a specific sizing system. It helps to determine the pressure rating and structural integrity of the piping system.

FAQ
What is the velocity of incoloy 825 pipe fittings?

14 m/s

What is the temperature limit for alloy 825 buttweld fittings?

1600 to 2150°F

What are different angle of UNS N08825 elbow ?

45 °, 90 °, 180 °

What are surface of alloy 825 seamless fittings ?

Pickled and Polished

What is density of inconel 825 fittings ?

8.14 g/cm3

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