Global Steel is a well-established manufacturer and supplier of Stainless steel 310/ 310S/ 310H valves. With the highest services and strict quality standards, we provide the whole spectrum of SS 310 Valves to our local and foreign consumers. We manufacture each Valves with the highest quality materials chosen by our specialists in accordance with international material standards. Our experts meticulously craft SS 310, 310S, and 310H Valves in both bespoke and non-customized standards.
• Features of Stainless Steel 310/ 310S/ 310H Valves
Stainless steel 310 valves is an austenitic type of steel grade which provides great heat resistance along with resistance to oxidation beneath gentle cyclic conditions through 2000 degree F. These valves are well-known for their versatile usage in several industries. They are also known for having great welding ability and sturdy body. These valves are generally utilized at cryogenic temperatures.
Stainless steel 310S valves is an austenitic type of SS grade which is a combination of chromium and nickel. These valves have numerous uses like it is used for controlling water for irrigation, pressure controlling, industrial uses for controlling processes, etc. The chromium-nickel element present in these valves bears imperviousness to oxidation and extreme heat. These valves are also known to have great strength.
Stainless steel 310H valves have high workability, welding-ability and are rust resistant. These valves change pipe flow and its direction flawlessly which helps increase productivity. Stainless steel 310H valves have great strength and toughness. They have tensile strength of 515 MPa, which makes it endure high pressure. It can elongate up to 40% in 50mm which is great and can be used in manufacturing hubs. These valves are famous in various industries for its amazing features.
What are the typical sizes of Stainless Steel 310H valves?
Stainless Steel 310H valves come in a variety of sizes to suit many different applications. Generally they range from small ½ inch diameters up to huge 24-inch diameters, allowing these valves to be used in many large and heavy duty environments. The actual size of the valve needed depends on the pressure, temperature, flow rate, and purpose of the system so it is important to match the valve size carefully for optimal performance. Additionally, stainless steel provides superior corrosion resistance for extreme environments which makes it ideal for many industries such as those involved in chemical processing and power generation. In short, with regards to the typically sizes of Stainless Steel 310H valves, there is an expansive range to choose from depending on individual needs and requirements.
What is the difference between Stainless Steel 310 and 310H?
Stainless Steel 310 and 310H have many similarities, but also hold some distinct differences. Both types of steel are austenitic and have a high chromium and nickel content. However, the main difference between them is in their carbon content. The carbon content in 310H is greater than that of Stainless Steel 310, making it more resistant to creep deformation at higher temperatures. Additionally, this higher carbon content results in increased strength and hardness compared to the lower carbon 310 steel. Despite these differences, both steel types are exceptionally strong and corrosion-resistant, making them ideal for use in extreme environments such as chemical processing facilities.
How are Stainless Steel 310S and 310H valves manufactured?
The manufacturing of Stainless Steel 310S and 310H valves involves a complex process that requires both precision and accuracy. The raw material is melted in electric furnaces and then cast into ingots of specified sizes. These ingots are rolled into plates, strips and sheets at high temperatures under heavy pressure. The material is then cut into sections depending on the design requirements and forged to produce billets at drawing mills. Finally, the billets are machined to standard size by rotating sharp tools which removes excess material until the desired shapes are formed. Quality control tests are then conducted before shipping for Delivery.
What are the mechanical properties of stainless steel 310S valves?
Stainless steel 310S valves are renowned for their robust mechanical properties and corrosion resistance. This unique alloy has excellent strength up to 2100-2200MPa, depending on its condition. With great strength and superior resistance to an array of corrosive environments, stainless steel 310S presents excellent value in cost-to-benefit ratio when compared with other competing alloys. These valves resist wear and tear and can be machined significantly well, and retain a bright surface finish once they have been cured in heat treatment processes. As such, these exceptional attributes make stainless steel 310S valves a valuable choice as components in many industrial applications.
What are the differences between 310S and 310H valves?
The primary difference between 310S and 310H valves is their respective chemical compositions. 310S valves are composed primarily of iron, chromium, and nickel, while 310H valves contain additional levels of carbon. This modification in chemistry makes 310H more resistant to high temperatures and oxidation stress than standard alloy steel alloys like 310S. Consequently, it is usually used for applications that require higher elevations and temperature stability beyond the limit of standard low-alloy steel grades like 310S. In general, both types of valves can be useful in specific contexts, but care should always be taken to determine which one is better suited for any given application before making a decision.
How do I install a 310S or 310H valve?
Installing a 310S or 310H valve might seem intimidating, but it is relatively easy. Before you begin, ensure you have the necessary supplies, including the new valve, Teflon tape for pipe threads, duct sealant for fittings, and two wrenches. Once ready, turn off the water at the shutoff valves near the house. Next, disconnect both ends of the existing valve and flush out debris. Then, thread your new valve onto the incoming line using Teflon tape before tightening it with a wrench. Reattach the outlet line and tighten it with a twist; if needed, use duct sealant on the fittings before connecting them. Finally, turn on both shutoff valves during installation to ensure proper operation before testing all connections with a pressure gauge for leaks.
|Standards||API 598 / BS EN 12266-1, ASME B 16.10, Sizes available on request API 600/BS1414, 1/8 to 1”, ASME B 16.34, ASME B 16.5, ASME B16.25|
|Sizes||Sizes available on Request, 1/8 to 1”, 1/2′ TO 14”|
|Working Pressure||Valves are also available which could handle higher pressure, Up to 6000 PSIG|
|End Connection||BSPT, Male and Female NPT, Male to Female, Socket Weld (SW) or Dual Ferrule Tube Connections, Female to Female|
|Temperature Ratings||(232C)/Grafoil 700 F(371C), PTFE 450F|
|Pressure Rating||150#, 300#, 600#, 800#, 1500#|
|Application||Power/ gas/ petroleum/ chemical/ metallurgy/ shipbuilding etc.|
|Ends||Flange Ends, Screwed Ends,Socket Weld Ends|
|Type||Ball Valves, Globe Valves, Check Valves, Needle Valves, Butterfly Valves|
|Temperature Rating||(232C)/Grafoil 700 F(371C),PTFE 450F|
|SS 310||1.4841||S31000||SUS 310||310S24||20Ch25N20S2||–||X15CrNi25-20|
|SS 310S||1.4845||S31008||SUS 310S||310S16||20Ch23N18||–||X8CrNi25-21|
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We Offer These Stainless Steel 310 / 310S / 310HValves As Per DIN, ISO, JIS Or ANSI Standard.
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|Port Size (BSP)||Media Pressure||Media Temperature||CV|
|1/8″||0 to 408 Bar||-20°C to 230°C|
|¼”||0 to 408 Bar||-20°C to 230°C||0.4|
|3/8”||0 to 408 Bar||-20°C to 230°C||0.4|
|½”||0 to 408 Bar||-20°C to 230°C||0.6|
|¾”||0 to 408 Bar||-20°C to 230°C||1.6|
|1”||0 to 408 Bar||-20°C to 230°C||2.5|
|SS 310||0.015 max||2.0 max||0.15 max||0.020 max||0.015 max||24.00 – 26.00||0.10 max||19.00 – 21.00||54.7 min|
|SS 310S||0.08 max||2.0 max||1.00 max||0.045 max||0.030 max||24.00 – 26.00||0.75 max||19.00 – 21.00||53.095 min|
|SS 310H||0.04 – 0.10||2.0 max||1.00 max||0.045 max||0.030 max||24.00 – 26.00||–||19.00 – 21.00||53.885 min|
|Density||Melting Point||Tensile Strength||Yield Strength (0.2%Offset)||Elongation|
|7.9 g/cm3||1402 °C (2555 °F)||Psi – 75000 , MPa – 515||Psi – 30000 , MPa – 205||40 %|
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