ASME A106B/SA106
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ASME A106B Seamless Steel Boiler Pipe

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  1. Manufacturing: Seamless Process, Electric Resistance Welding.
  2. Diameter Nominal: 50 to 600
  3. Thickness: SCH 5S to SCH XXS (1.65mm to 59.5mm)
  4. Outer Diameter: 2″ to 24″ (60.3mm to 609.6mm)
  5. Standards: ASME A106, ASTM A192, ASTM A210, ASTM A335, DIN 17175, EN 10216, JIS G3461, etc.

Boiler Seamless Steel Pipe Size Chart

DNOuter DIA.Thickness
652 1/2″732.
903 1/2″

Production Standards of Boiler Pipes

Our seamless steel boiler pipes are produced comply with the highest standards to ensure a good durability and performance. 


We aim to set the gold standard in the industry, offering boiler pipes with high quality and great performance. 

With PandaPipe, you’re always in the realm of excellence.

FAQs about Seamless Steel Boiler Pipe

What are the types of materials used in boiler pipes?

Boiler pipes are typically made from materials of carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel, and occasionally non-ferrous metals like copper and nickel alloys. 

These materials are chosen based on factors like operating temperature, pressure, corrosion resistance.

  • Use corrosion-resistant materials like stainless steel or alloys with high resistance to oxidation.
  • Implement water treatment programs to control pH levels, oxygen content, and minimize impurities in the water.
  • Apply protective coatings or linings to the pipes to create a barrier against corrosive elements.
  • Perform regular inspections, maintenance, and cleaning to identify and address corrosion issues promptly.
  1. Seamless boiler pipes are manufactured without seams and are generally more resistant to higher pressures and temperatures due to their uniform structure. They are often preferred for high-pressure boiler applications.
  2. Welded pipes, on the other hand, are made by welding steel plates or coils together and might have reduced strength at the welded joints.

Common sizes range from small diameters, such as 1/8″ or DN6, up to larger sizes like 48″ or DN1200, depending on the specific requirements of the boiler system.

Operating temperature, pressure, material compatibility, size, seamless or welded construction, corrosion resistance, standards. 

Consulting with boiler systems experts or engineers  can help making an decision based on the specific requirements.

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