Stainless Steel 310 Pipe Manufacturer, Supplier, and Exporters in India

Mcneil Instrument is a prominent manufacturer in India, specializing in Stainless Steel 310 Pipe production. The Stainless Steel 310 Pipe offered by Mcneil Instrument is crafted using high quality materials, ensuring durability and reliability. These pipes, available in seamless, electric resistant welded, and electric fusion welded variants, exhibit excellent weldability and toughness due to their austenitic composition of chromium and nickel. Their superior ductility enables them to cater to a diverse range of applications, including those involving high temperatures, while maintaining minimal corrosion. As one of the leading Stainless Steel 310 Pipe Manufacturers, Mcneil Instrument delivers various types and sizes of pipes to meet diverse industrial needs.

For top-quality Stainless Steel AISI 310 ERW Pipes at competitive prices, look no further than Mcneil Instrument. Our AISI 310 ERW Pipes are ideal for applications demanding precision dimensions and low absolute roughness. Whether you need the versatility of round pipes like our SS 310 Round Pipe, or specific shapes like square, rectangle, or hexagonal pipes, we’ve got you covered. Our range includes seamless pipes ranging from ½ inches to 24 inches, and electric fusion welded ones from 6 inches to 100 inches.

Mcneil Instrument offers ASTM A312 Tp 310 products tailored for high-temperature services with minimal sulfur content, primarily for gas applications. We also provide variants with lower carbon content for enhanced corrosion resistance, albeit with slightly reduced strength at high temperatures. Our SA 312 Tp 310 is suitable for intermittent services too. Contact us today for inquiries about our A312 Tp 310 Pipe products and pricing.

310 Stainless Steel Seamless Pipes

Size: 6NB – 1200NB
OD: 1/8″ – 12″ NPS
Thickness : 0.6 – 12.7 mm
Length: Single, Double Random & Cut Length

310 Stainless Steel Erw / Welded Pipes

Size: 1/8” – 36” NB, 1/4” – 36” OD
OD: 6.35 – 114.3 mm
Thickness : 0.8 – 12.7 mm
Length: up to 26 Meters

ASTM A312 TP310 Material Specification

Spec ChartASTM A312 / ASTM SA312
dimensional specificationANSI/ASME B36.19M, ANSI/ASME B36.10M
Manufacturing Pipe FormsSquare, Hydraulic, Honed, Rectangle, Round, Hex
Manufacturing TypeWelded, CDW, Seamless, ERW, Fabricated, 100% X Ray Welded
Pipe End BevelingPlain End, Beveled End, Treaded
Delivery ConditionsAnnealed and Pickled, Polished, Cold Drawn, Bright Annealed
Standard Pipe Surface Finish2B, No.4, No.1, No.8 Mirror Finish or custom Finish as per customer Requirements
Wall ThicknessSCH 5, SCH10, SCH 40, SCH 80, SCH 80S, SCH 160, SCH XXS, SCH XS
Providing a Broad Array of ServiceUltrasonic Testing, Export Documentation, Destructive, Polishing, Destructive, Non Grooving, Customer Tagging/ Marking, Material testing, Export Packaging, Cutting, Threading, Threading, Beveling, MTR’s Available, Color Coding, Machining
Marking for SS 310 Pipes
  1. Specification
  2. Grade
  3. Nominal Pipe Sizes
  4. Pipe Schedule or Wall Thickness
  5. Manufacturing Method (Seamless / Welded)
  6. Heat Number
  7. Manufacturer’s Name or Custom Logo – on request

Marked Pipe Sample: ANSI B36.19 ASTM A312 TP310 12″ NB SCH 40S SEAMLESS HEAT NO. XXXX

The grade 310 stainless steel offered by McNeil Instrument features a moderate carbon content and is classified as an austenitic alloy. Its chemical composition encompasses elements such as manganese, silicon, phosphorus, sulfur, chromium, and nickel, rendering it with exceptional mechanical properties. These include a notable tensile strength of 520MPa, high hardness, significant elongation percentage, and a robust yield strength reaching 205MPa.

With a high electrical conductivity, the material also exhibits a thermal conductivity of 14.2 at 100 degrees Celsius, with a melting range exceeding 1400-1500 degrees Celsius. These characteristics collectively contribute to its remarkable heat resistance, durability against wear and tear, and corrosion resistance, particularly under elevated temperatures. Given the extreme conditions prevalent in industrial furnaces, the utilization of McNeil Instrument’s 310 pipes proves highly suitable.

While the material is machinable, it necessitates a slow and thorough approach due to the formation of a tough oxide layer on its surface, which can lead to work hardening issues if not managed carefully. Fortunately, its high weldability simplifies its integration with furnace components, allowing for welding using various methods such as SMAW, GMAW, GTAW, and SAW, facilitated by compatible filler metals and electrodes.