What is l 80 material?
L80 (API 5CT) is a medium carbon steel and is equivalent to SAE 4140. We offer L80 Casing Pipe which made up of three materials such as L80-1, L80 9Cr and L80 13Cr. These materials feature consistent mechanical properties but having different heat treatment method and chemical composition.
What is 13Cr L80?
13 Chrome L80, UNS S42000, is a quenched and tempered martensitic stainless steel used for corrosion resistance in sweet (CO2) and mildly sour (H2S) environments up to 300°F.
What is L80 pipe?
L80 is a kind of oil well pipe with good resistance carbon dioxide corrosion, good corrosion resistance to sea water, therefore, this performance makes L80 into the common oil casing pipe in ocean oil and gas drilling.
What is P110 steel?
Hot rolled 4140 P110 steel bar is a medium-carbon alloy steel that has a high hardenability. P110 refers to a heat-treated condition which has favorable mechanical properties and impact resistance. This makes it a widely used alloy in the energy market.
What is N 80 pipe?
API 5CT Grade N80 oil casing pipe is a high-strength and high-toughness carbon seamless steel pipe. The commonly used methods are: quenching and tempering (including direct quenching + tempering after rolling), normalization, normalization + tempering, and tempering after rolling.
What is L80 Type 1?
L80: A restricted yield-tubing grade that is available in Type 1, 9 Cr, or 13 Cr. Type 1 is less expensive than 9 Cr and 13 Cr but more subject to weight-loss corrosion. L80 Type 1 is used commonly in many oil and gas fields because of higher strength than J55.
What is the difference between J55 and L80 tubing?
L80 Type 1 is used commonly in many oil and gas fields because of higher strength than J55. L80 is satisfactory for SSC resistance in all conditions but may incur weight-loss corrosion.
What is P110 pipe?
The P110 API-5CT steel casing pipe is the high grade amongst other grades of steel. White band is marked on the finished casing to point out the materials. During petroleum drilling and producing, this pipe is generally used in a variety of complicated territory due to its higher tensile strength and higher yield.
What is the difference between N80 and L80 tubing?
The N80 grade is normally less expensive than L80 grades. L80—A restricted yield-tubing grade that is available in Type 1, 9 Cr, or 13 Cr. Type 1 is less expensive than 9 Cr and 13 Cr but more subject to weight-loss corrosion. L80 Type 1 is used commonly in many oil and gas fields because of higher strength than J55.
What is API 5CRA?
API 5CRA serves as the leading industry standard for corrosion resistant alloy seamless pipe for casing, tubing, and coupling stock. It was first issued in 2010 and reaffirmed in 2015.