Our boiler tubes are crafted from high-grade steel alloys, selected carefully for their outstanding strength, resistance to heat, and corrosion resistance.
These traits ensure that the tubes are reliable even in tough conditions and offer strong performance. Furthermore, each of these tubes is developed in accurate dimensions and with tight tolerances, supporting seamless system integration and efficient heat transfer, reducing energy loss and optimizing the system's effectiveness.
The surface of our boiler tubes undergoes thorough treatment such as descaling, passivation, cleaning, and coating. These processes help maximize corrosion resistance, limit scale accumulation, and embed durable features.
To ensure secure and airtight connections with added components, the ends of the boiler tubes are treated carefully. A series of techniques are employed, such as cutting, beveling, facing, deburring, chamfering, and inspection.
High Temperature Resistance: Boiler tubes can withstand the extreme heat generated in boiler systems without deformation or failure. This ensures efficient heat transfer and prevents structural damage.
Pressure Resistance: Boiler tubes possess the strength and integrity required to safely contain pressurized fluids or gases, ensuring reliable and safe operation.
Corrosion Resistance: Boiler tubes are made from corrosion-resistant materials, allowing them to withstand corrosive effects and prolong their lifespan.
Efficient Heat Transfer: Boiler tubes are designed to optimize heat transfer from the combustion gases to the water or steam within the boiler. This improves energy efficiency and reduces fuel consumption.
Precise Dimensions: Boiler tubes are produced with precise dimensions and tight tolerances for secure connections and smooth flow of fluids or gases. This enables optimal performance of the boiler system.
Boiler tubes are usually made of high-quality steel alloys, such as carbon steel, low alloy steel, or stainless steel. Depending on the application and operating conditions, the specific material composition may change.
The outer diameter (OD) of boiler tubes is the circumference of the tube's outer surface. Having the right OD is essential for making sure there is a proper fitment with other parts of the boiler.
The wall thickness of boiler tubes is the measure of the tube's wall starting from the inner surface until the outer surface. This parameter is critical in determining the tube's strength, pressure resistance and heat transfer performance.
The length of boiler tubes is the distance between one end to the other. Such length will vary depending on the boiler system's specifications or installation requirements.
Boiler tubes are used extensively in the power generation industry to transport heat from combustion gases to water or steam, which powers the turbines and produces energy.
They are an integral part in industrial boilers and help to efficiently combust fuels, as well as to generate steam or hot water for various processes.
They are also used in heat exchangers to exchange heat between two different fluids without mixing them, which is particularly useful in HVAC systems, chilling units, and process industries.
The petrochemical industry also uses boiler tubes in processes involving high temperatures and pressure, such as steam cracking units, reformers, and other equipment that need reliable heat transfer or resistance to corrosive environments.
We provide technical support and services for Heat Exchanger Steel Tube.
Heat Exchanger Steel Tube is packaged in a secure cardboard box and is shipped by a reliable carrier.
Care should be taken to ensure that the product is properly packaged and protected from damage during shipping.
The product should be inspected upon delivery, and any damage should be noted on the delivery receipt.