2.875" 7.8# 2535-125 Plain End R3

SM2535 is the most commonly run nickel alloy in the world for OCTG. It is often used in the USA for sour gas production or acid gas injection. This material was originally manufactured to a Shell specification at the time of manufacture. ***We have sufficient coupling stock to thread material to the connection of your choice***

Condition

Unused

Mill Year

2007

Manufacturer

Sumitomo

Location

Houston, TX, USA

Description

SM2535 is the most commonly run nickel alloy in the world for OCTG. It is often used in the USA for sour gas production or a... Read More

Available Quantity

23,482 FT.

Price Per FT.

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Approved to API Spec with Exceptions

Meets requirements of API 5CRA or API 5CT revision in effect at time of manufacture, with exceptions.Full traceability to mill certifications via stencils.Mill certifications provided for customer review and acceptance.Customer purchase order considered acceptance of mill certifications.VTI, visual and dimensional inspections performed in accordance with CRA inspection procedures.

Pipe Body Technical Properties

Size
Nominal OD
2.875 inches
Nominal ID
2.323 inches
Nominal Wall Thickness
0.276 inches
Drift
2.229 inches
Special Drift
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Strength
125 KSI
Minimum Yield Strength
135 KSI
Minimum Ultimate Tensile Strength
21,700 PSI
Collapse Pressure
21,000 PSI
Internal / Burst Pressure
Disclaimer: The burst and collapse figures displayed are based on the API dimension tolerance of 87.5% of nominal wall thickness. Note that martensitic, duplex, super duplex, and nickel alloys often have tighter dimensional tolerances, therefore, increased strength ratings. The properties do not factor connection performance ratings. If your application requires more information ratings, please contact our technical services team, and we happily assist you.

Alloy Details

Alloy

2535

Family

Nickel Alloy

Corrosion Resistance Level

High

Description

CRA 2535 is typically supplied as a cold-worked solid solution nickel-based alloy, capable of meeting the severe challenges of high temperature, high pressure, sour wells. The alloy is classified in MR0175/ISO15156 as a type 4c alloy, with no restrictions to partial pressure of H2S below 270F and resistant to 100 psi H2S at 425°F.

Elemental Composition

El.
Min:
Max:
C
×
0.03%
Cr
24%
27%
Ni
29%
36.5%
Mo
2.5%
4%
Cu
×
1.5%
Si
×
0.5%
Fe
29.41%
44.5%
Mn
×
1%
P
×
0.03%
S
×
0.03%
2535-ALLOY-GUIDE.pdf
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CRA-2535-Datasheet.pdf
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Connection Details

Name

Plain End

Licensee

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Category

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Thread Type

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Description

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