What is DIN 17175?
DIN 17175 is used to specify the technical requirements and dimensions of seamless steel pipes used under high temperature and high pressure conditions. This standard applies to pipes used in petroleum, chemical, electric power, boiler and other industries.
The requirements of DIN 17175 for seamless steel pipes include chemical composition, mechanical properties, physical properties, dimensional tolerances, heat treatment requirements, etc. It is designed to ensure the reliability and durability of these steel pipes in high temperature and high pressure environments.
At UNIASEN, we specialize in the provision of DIN 17175 seamless steel pipes, engineered for high-temperature and high-pressure applications.
These pipes are perfect for the construction of steam boilers, pressure vessels, and instruments that function at temperatures as high as 600°C.
They are designed to endure varying oxidation conditions, making them suitable for environments with fluctuating temperature limits.
Our DIN 17175 pipes are made from heat-resistant steels, making them a preferred choice for industries such as power generation, petrochemical, and chemical industries.
Our DIN 17175 seamless steel pipes come with a detailed specification that includes dimensions, production procedures, steel grades, surface coatings, end types, joint methods, and machining services.
Our pipes are available in various steel grades, including ST35.8, ST45.8, and 10CrMo910, and can be customized with different surface coatings and end types to meet your specific requirements.