Carbon Steel Pipes
Carbon Steel Pipes follow the dimensions of the international standard ANSI B36.10.
Carbon steel is the alloy composition that gives steel its level of mechanical strength; it is the main hardening element in relation to iron. Other elements such as manganese, silicon and phosphorus also play a part in adjusting the strength level of the tube steel.
The amount of carbon in the tube defines its classification: low carbon has at most 0.30% of the element; medium carbon has from 0.30% to 0.60% and high carbon has from 0.60% to 1.00%.
Its main application is in fluid conduction, structural and mechanical purposes.
Seamless and Seamless Carbon Steel Pipes are used for conducting solid, liquid, pasty or gaseous materials, and for prospecting, extracting, conducting and processing oil, gas and their derivatives, as well as in refineries and chemical and petrochemical industries, gas pipelines and networks or petroleum products.
Learn more about:
- Seamed Carbon Steel Pipes : Pipes intended for conducting non-corrosive fluids such as water, steam, gas, oils, residential and building installations, fire networks, compressed air and conditioning. < / li>
- Seamless Carbon Steel Tubes : Tubes used for conducting fluids with higher temperatures and pressure levels.