Carbon steel ASTM A671 CC70 pipes are classified in numerous classes. They are mainly used in power plants, ships, boilers, oil and gas transportation industries, etc. They are varying in their sizes and started from 16 to 72 NB inches. All these types of have wall thickness such as 6 to 100 mm THK. They have to go through various types of testing such as NACE TM 0177, TM 0284, MR0175, SSC, HIC tests and many more. These pipes are used as a fabricated from a pressure vessel to various strength levels.
They are manufactured by the lower level of carbon, which is an also known as plain carbon steel pipe. Any steel is considered as carbon steel if it can fulfill the basic requirement of composition such as cobalt, molybdenum, titanium, tungsten, etc.
Carbon steel ASTM A671 CC70 pipes have outer diameter lies in the range of 16 to 100 NB and wall thickness varies from schedule 20 to XXS, up to 250 mm. These pipes are easily passed through numerous national and inter