Monday, May 10, 2010

Nero Pipeline Connections Ltd

Nero are leading stockholders of stainless steel valves, tubes, pipes, fittings and flanges. Supplying into industries such as Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical, Engineering, Food Processing, Hydraulic and Pneumatics

Our range consists of 150LB BSP threaded pipe fittings, butt weld fittings, 3000LB NPT threaded fittings, 3000LB socket weld fittings, single ferrule compression fittings, twin ferrule compression fittings, ball valves, gate valves, globe valves, relief valves, needle valves, y-strainers, slip-on flanges, blind flanges, weld neck flanges, socket weld flanges, threaded flanges, lap joint flanges, seamless tube, welded pipe, bolts, clips, pipe rings, quick release couplings, hydraulic fittings, cam couplings and actuators.

Various types available: elbows, tees, sockets, couplings, crosses, conical unions, flat face unions, hexagon plus, square head plugs, caps, hosetails, backnuts, reducing tees, reducing sockets, barrel nipples, weld nipples, close taper nipples, bulkheads, male couplings and female couplings.

Stocked to standards such as ANSI, ASA, ASTM, MSS, BS, DIN, MIL AND ISO.

316 predominantly from stock, other materials are available such as 304, 321, duplex and monel.

Producer of Stainless Steel Pipe Fittings
Fasteners: Clamps, Clips, Hoseclips
Fixings: Brackets
Process Plant: Actuators, Valves, Valves - ball, Valves - check, Valves - gate, Valves - globe, Valves - needle
Tube Products: Flanges, Pipefittings, Pipeline fittings, Pipes, Tube fittings - bends, Tube fittings - butt welded, Tube fittings - capillary, Tube fittings - compression, Tube fittings - elbows, Tube fittings - general, Tube fittings - push in, Tube fittings - screwed, Tube fittings - socket weld, Tube fittings - tees, Tubes - annealed, Tubes - round, Tubes - seamless, Tubes - welded

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Specialist Course in Stainless Steel Pipe Fitting

BSSA Stainless Steel offer an unique educational chance to increase your knowledge for stainless steel and Pipe Fittings industry standards.

Bellow you will find details of some of the benifits for you as an individual and also your company. Stainless steel is a growing market and by placing your self by increased understanding into the Steel business will help you:
  • Understanding of stainless steel and its applications.
  • Improve your knowledge base of the organisation in this key area
  • Provides an industry wide standard
  • Get a recognised transferable qualification for stainless steel and pipe fittings
  • Raises the knowledge level and supports the longer term growth of the stainless steel market.
Levels of Stainless Steel Certification
The course consists of 16 individual self-study modules with accompanying training notes. The BSSA offers two levels of certification:

Intermediate Steel Certificate
An Intermediate Certificate will be awarded for the successful completion of a minimum of five modules. Compulsory subjects make up four of the five titles. Typically, the Intermediate Certificate can be completed in three months.

Full Steel Certificate
A Full Certificate will be awarded for the successful completion of a minimum of twelve modules. Compulsory subjects make up seven of the twelve titles. Typically, the Full Certificate can be completed in six months.

Course Content
The BSSA Stainless Steel Pipe Fittings Specialist Course contains 16 challenging and topics about stainless steel from introductory to more complex material covered are relevant to the workplace. The titles are as follows:

An Introduction to Stainless Steel - The module provides a well laid out introduction that first of all defines stainless steels and leads onto an outline of the types (or families) of stainless steels and their basic properties and corrosion resistance.

Stainless Steel vs Corrosion - The second module builds on the introduction to corrosion resistance outlined in Note 1 by identifying and then describing the range of low temperature or wet corrosion mechanisms that are potential hazards to stainless steels.

The Mechanical Properties of Stainless Steel - The first half of this module describes mechanical properties such as yield and tensile strength, elongation, hardness and toughness and how these are measured. The second half of the module discusses other mechanical properties such as creep and fatigue.

The Surface Finish on Stainless Steels - One of the principal messages of this module is the importance of surface finish on the service performance of stainless parts and fabrications.

Fabricating Corrosion Resisting and Stainless Steels - This module reinforces the basic message of Training Note No. 4 by examining various stages in supply, fabrication and installation where damage and contamination can result in subsequent in-service staining or corrosion.

The Cutting of Stainless Steels - It deals entirely with intermediate product cutting methods, as applied to stainless steels, including mechanical methods.

The Metallurgy of Stainless Steels - This module complements and reinforces the material in Training Note No. 1 by giving more fundamental information at the atomic structure level that is useful for a better understanding of some of the terms like ferrite, body centred cubic, austenite, face centred cubic, martensite, duplex etc.

The Welding and Joining of Stainless Steels - Most of the paper is devoted to welding of stainless steel but brazing, soldering, adhesive bonding and bolting, joining methods are also covered.
Machining Stainless Steels - This module provides most of what fabricators or jobbing machine shop engineers need to know, in order to have a sound insight into stainless steel.
Practical Considerations for Designing in Stainless Steel - If Modules 1, 2, 3 and 4 have been studied beforehand this module completes the picture for design engineers both in industrial and building applications.

Stainless Steel and Stainless Alloy Castings - This module thoroughly covers the classification, selection, application and manufacture of stainless steel castings.

Forging Stainless Steels - This module provides insight into one of the major methods of hot forming stainless steels.

Stainless Steel Pipe and Tube - This module will be of particular interest to anyone involved in the manufacture, procurement or selling of stainless steel pipes or tube products.
Cold Forming Stainless Steels - Modules 14 and 15 are allied to each other in their scope and should appeal equally as optional papers, particularly to engineers and fabricators, along with Module 6.

Deep Drawing of Stainless Steels - Modules 14 and 15 are allied to each other in their scope and should appeal equally as optional papers, particularly to engineers and fabricators along with Module 6.

Stainless Steel and Stainless Alloys at High Temperature - This final module includes a comprehensive reference list and table of wrought and cast, stainless steel and nickel heat resisting alloy grades.

For more information about Stainless steel pipe fittings and ths Stainless steel course please feel free to contact us.