December 2015 Vol. 242, No. 12

Features

Low-Temperature Tempering on Mechanical Properties of Induction Bends

Special to Pipeline & Gas Journal Operating for nearly 30 years, Triple D Bending is considered Western Canada’s leading bender. With three Induction Benders, state-of-the art technology and a partnership with Prooftest Consulting Inc., research and development projects are a consistent priority for the company. Recently, Triple D Bending prepared an in-depth study on the influence of low-temperature tempering on mechanical properties of induction bends. Induction bending is a largely automated, free-forming process in which the front part of the received pipe is clamped to a pivoted arm and pushed through an induction ring. The induction ring heats up the entire cross section of the

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