A519 4130 tube
American Piping Products stocks A519-4130 tubing in the following grades:
- L80, P110 and Q125 heat treated mechanicals.
- OD from 2.500” to 15.000”.
- Walls from 0.375” to 4.000”.
ASTM A519 covers several grades of carbon and alloy steel seamless mechanical tubing. The standard is also acceptable in the manufacture of piping. It is manufactured by hot working and then cold finishing the steel into round, square, rectangle or special shapes. AISI 4130 is a steel formula designation indicating medium carbon content with strengthening alloys that include chromium, manganese, silicon, molybdenum, sulfur and phosphorus.
AISI 4130 chemistry
|Carbon, max. %||0.28 – 0.33|
|Manganese %||0.40 – 0.60|
|Phosphorous, max. %||0.04|
|Sulfur, max. %||0.04|
|Silicon, min.%||0.15 – 0.35|
|Chrome, max. %||0.80 – 1.10|
|Molybdenum, max. %||0.15 – 0.25|
The minimal wall thickness at any point shall not be more than 12.5% under the nominal wall thickness specified.
Charpy V notch testing
Charpy V notch testing (CVN) is not required, but much of American Piping Products’ inventory is tested at the mill.
Heat conditions for A519-4130 mechanical tubing
|Annealed or normalized||A519-4130||Air|
|Quenched and tempered||A519-4130||Water|
|Annealed or normalized||ASTM A519||ASTM A519|
|Quenched and tempered||+/- 1%||+/- 12.5%|
- ASTM A370 Standard Test Methods and Definitions for Mechanical Testing of Steel Products.
- ASTM A751 Test Methods, Practices, and Terminology for Chemical Analysis of Steel Products.
- ASTM A1040 Guide for Specifying Harmonized Standard Grade Compositions for Wrought Carbon, Low-Alloy, and Alloy Steels.
- ASTM A1058 Test Methods for Mechanical Testing of Steel Products – Metric.