What factors affect the wall thickness of stainless steel heat exchange tubes? ?
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1. Stress value
The stainless steel heat exchange tube itself has mechanical properties, such as yield, strength, creep, fatigue, etc. Especially in order to protect the reliability in operation, the stress of the stainless steel heat exchange tube is often controlled to a value lower than each strength target. This display data indicates It is the allowable stress. If the stress in the stainless steel heat exchange tube has exceeded or other stress values will cause the stainless steel heat exchange tube to close and become thinner, it will appear in a state of leakage.
2. Processing and welding
The processing and welding of stainless steel heat exchange tubes will affect the wall thickness of stainless steel heat exchange tubes.
There are positive and negative errors here, and the stainless steel wall thickness problem formed during the processing of stainless steel heat exchange tubes is not related to the processing equipment and operators. Therefore, in order to ensure its wall thickness, processing operators should be required to have sufficient skills and practical ability, combined with manufacturing specifications to produce stainless steel thick-walled pipes that meet customer needs.
3. External impression
The influence of external factors on the stainless steel heat exchange tube during production will also affect its wall thickness. The first thing to consider is the degree of corrosion of stainless steel heat exchange tubes by corrosive liquids when they are used. Its size has a direct impact on the value of the tube wall thickness, or directly affects the confirmation of the wall thickness grade. Therefore, during the use of stainless steel heat exchange tubes in practice, the corrosive effect of corrosive liquids on them must be fully considered.