Steel pipe production with HFI welding
Longitudinal welding at SALZGITTER MANNESMANN LINE PIPE is done using the High -Frequency Induction (HFI) process, an electric resistance welding (ERW) technique. In this process, the strip edges are heated to welding temperature and pressed together by rollers without any filler metals to give a homogeneous longitudinal weld.
What you've always wanted to know about "The manufacture of longitudinally welded steel pipe using the high-frequency induction welding process"
In cooperation with Bergische Universität Wuppertal we have produced a knowledge floater on the subject of HFI-welded steel pipe. In a straightforward, easily understandable style, it serves as an introduction to longitudinal welding using the high-frequency induction process. The focus is on the actual welding process, with a brief digression on weld annealing. As a finishing touch, the floater presents an overview of our products and their applications.
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