Tenaris provides a wide range of steel grades for heat recovery steam generators
Technologies for high temperature and high pressure environments
A heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) is a heat exchanger, used in combined cycle power stations, which recovers heat from the exhaust hot gases coming from a gas turbine. It produces steam used to drive a steam turbine that generates electricity. Based on the flow of exhaust gases, HRSGs are categorized into vertical and horizontal types. In the horizontal type, exhaust gas flows horizontally over vertical tubes while in the vertical one, exhaust gas flows vertically over horizontal tubes.
Heat recovery steam generator tubes operate at high pressures and temperatures for long periods of time and must guarantee excellent creep, corrosion and steam oxidation resistance.
Tubes for HRSG
Steel Grades and Dimensional Range
For this application, we produce a wide range of hot-rolled and cold-drawn carbon steel, low-alloy steel and high-alloy steel tubes, supplied with an outer diameter ranging from 12.7 mm to 120.65 mm, wall thicknesses from 1.24 mm to 17 mm and a maximum length of 26 meters.
Tenaris tubes for heat recovery steam generators are designed according to the most stringent quality standards (ASTM A179, ASTM A106, ASTM A209, ASTM A192, ASTM A210, ASTM A213, EN10216-1, EN10216-2, EN10216-3, EN10216-4) and manufactured under the certified quality system (ISO 9001). Quality control procedures include statistical process controls, process and product audits as well as traceability systems covering all manufacturers involved.