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carbon steel pipe

carbon steel pipe

ABTER steel pipeline brings Carbon Steel Pipe in a variety of grades and types. For mechanical and pressure applications from 1/2″ NPS to 4″ NPS, A53 Type ERW Grade A pipeline is most common requirements.

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Size: OD: 13.72-4064mm/ WT: 1.65-40mm,
Length: 0.5mtr-20mtr.

Requirement: API5L, ASTM A106/A53, DIN2391, ASTM A179/A192, EN10210, EN10208.
Product: GR.B, X42, X46, X52, S355J0H, S355J2H, 10 #, 20 #.

Heat treatment: Annealed, Normalized, Tension relieved, Cold completed, Quenched and Tempered.
Shipment Condition: BKS, NBK, BK, BKW, GBK(+ A), NBK(+ N), BK(+ C).

Test: Chemical Part Analysis, Mechanical Properties and other assessment.
Third Inspection: BV, SGS, Lloyds ect.

Dimensions and Specification of Carbon Steel Pipeline.

 

ASTM A53 Black & Galvanized Pipeline

1/8 ″– 26 ″.

Black Lacquer Coat.
Galvanizing: The average weight of zinc covering will be not less than 1.8 oz. per sq. ft. of surface area (inside and outside) and not less than 1.6 oz. per sq ft.
The weights and measurements furnished under this requirements remain in agreement with the standardized measurements and weights specified in ASME B 36.10.
The minimum wall density at any point will not be more than 12.5% under the nominal wall density specified.
Allowable Variations in Outside Diameter NPS 11/2 ″ and under: ± 1/64″ NPS 2 ″ and over: ± 1%.
Allowable Variations Weight Per Foot– Pipeline will not vary more than ± 10% from the basic specified.

 

ASTM A106 Black & Galvanized Pipe.
1/8″ – 24″.
The weights and measurements furnished under this spec are in contract with the standardized measurements and weights defined in ASME B 36.10.
The minimum wall thickness at any point will not be more than 12.5% under the small wall thickness defined.
Acceptable Variations in Outside Size NPS 1-1/2″ and under: ± 1/64″ NPS 2″ and over: ± 1%.
Acceptable Variations Weight Per Foot – Pipeline will not differ more than ± 10% from the conventional defined.
Galvanizing: The average weight of zinc covering will be not less than 1.8 oz. per sq. ft. of surface area (inside and outside) and not less than 1.6 oz. per sq ft.

ABTER steel pipe carries Carbon Steel Pipe in a range of types and grades. For mechanical and pressure applications from 1/2″ NPS to 4″ NPS, A53 Type ERW Grade A pipeline is most common spec. For greater pressures and more critical applications, A106 Type S Grade B is the most common. Galvanizing: The average weight of zinc coating shall be not less than 1.8 oz.

4 Comments

  1. blacktube says:

    Just what is the stress rating of a 2 inch. as well as a 4 inch schedule 40 carbon steel pipeline at 70 level Fahrenheit?

    • abtersteel says:

      Set up 40 welded carbon steel pipeline (black) is ranked at a functioning pressure of 150 psi. It needs to be published on it. Set up 80 bonded is rated at 300 psi. If U want higher ranked piping you have to make use of smooth (not welded) pipeline. Hope this aids!

  2. i hear there is one kind pipe called cast iron pipes? can you tell me the differences between the carbon steel pipes and this cast iron pipes?

    • admin says:

      Cast iron can withstand really high compressive forces so are probably stronger than carbon steel nevertheless they are relatively fragile and will fracture more quickly when subjected to high flexing or torsional loading. Carbon steel pipelines are less brittle and for that reason not so likely to break or crack due to earth motion however they need more protection from corrosion than cast iron.

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