Zr705 ASME SB658 UNS R60705 Zirconium Tube For Chemical And Water Cooled Reactors

Product Details:
Place of Origin: CHINA
Brand Name: JINXING Zr705
Certification: ISO 9001
Model Number: Zr705 Tube Pipe
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 50 kg
Price: Negotiable
Packaging Details: plywood cases
Delivery Time: 10-15 days
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, D/P, Western Union
Supply Ability: 2000 kg per month

Detail Information

Product Name: Zr705 Tube Pipe Material: Zirconium
Standard: ASME SB658 Density: 6.51 G/cc
Tensile Strength: >215 MPa Elongation: >16%
UNS: R60705 / R60702 Applications: Chemical And Water-Cooled Reactors
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Product Description

Zirconium Zr705 Tube Pipe ASME SB658 UNS R60705 For Chemical And Water-Cooled Reactors

Zirconium Zr705 Tube Pipe have strong affinity. They react with oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen at about 200, 300 and 400 ℃ respectively. The reaction is rapid at higher temperature. Therefore, the melting and heat treatment should be carried out in vacuum furnace. When heat processing is carried out in the atmosphere, proper protection measures shall be taken and the operation time under high temperature shall be shortened.



Type Zr+Hf Hf Fe+Cr H N C O Nb
Zr702 >99.2 <4.5 <0.2 <0.005 <0.025 <0.05 <0.16 /
Zr705 95.5 <4.5 <0.2 <0.005 <0.025 <0.05 <0.18 2.0-3.0


Density: 6.51 g/cm3
Melting Point: 1852°C
Thermal Conductivity: 22 W/(m °C)
Elastic bend modulus: 99.3 GPa
Thermal Expansions: 5.4x10 /°C



  • Executive standard: ASME SB658 / ASTM b658-07

  • Zirconium Zr705 Tube Pipe outer diameter 6.0-114mm

  • Zirconium Zr705 Tube Pipe wall thickness 0.3-8.0 mm

  • Zirconium Zr705 Tube Pipe length ≤ 18000mm

Zirconium Zr705 Tube Pipe Picture:

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The water cooling of reactor zirconium alloys elevates requirement for their resistance to oxidation-related nodular corrosion. Furthermore, oxidative reaction of zirconium with water releases hydrogen gas, which partly diffuses into the alloy and forms zirconium hydrides. The hydrides are less dense and are weaker mechanically than the alloy; their formation results in blistering and cracking of the cladding – a phenomenon known as hydrogen embrittlement.

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