Pipe bending technology to avoid ripples
Due to its symmetrical nature, the pipe can be bent to a uniform cross-section without deformation, but in order to avoid undulations, several things need to be considered. In the first part of this blog post, we discussed why ripples occur and what materials should be used to avoid ripples. After determining the best material, the tube bending company must use the correct machines, tools and methods to deform and deform.
Pipe bending techniques first include viewing the internal and external bending areas of the task-this will help determine the best machines and tools to successfully bend the pipe. If the pipe requires a small bending radius, usually 1 to 8 times the diameter of the pipe, a mold that matches the shape and size of the pipe should be used for thermal induction, rotational stretching or push bending operations. These methods provide maximum support.
The axial direction of the bent pipe should be 8 times or more than the pipe diameter (in inches). The brake can bear the bending of the profile rolling machine with a thick enough wall thickness to maintain stability under the opposite compression and tension.
With, usually according to the axial direction of the elbow and the material used, the elbow is slightly bent or bent to a size slightly smaller than the size required by the print or design. Steel members with unusually high tensile strength and yield strength need to be rolled into tighter voids than required to achieve a true design. This is because you must apply tension to the material to maintain shape. In most cases, typical pipe steel types and pipe sizes do not require severe overbending to achieve the desired results