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ERW black steel pipes, Seamless black steel pipes, Seamless black steel pipe specification

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What is black steel pipe?

Date:2021-06-08View:808Tags:ERW black steel pipes, Seamless black steel pipes, Seamless black steel pipe specification

Black steel pipes are made of steel that has not been coated with a substrate such as zinc or paint. Since it has a dark color surface that is forms by iron oxide during the manufacturing process, it is called black steel pipe.


Different types of black steel pipes


ERW black steel pipes


ERW black steel pipes


Electric Resistance Welding (ERW) steel pipes are manufactured by rolling steel and then welding it longitudinally across its length. Therefore ERW steel pipes have a welded joint in its cross-section.


Seamless black steel pipes


astm a53 seamless black steel pipes


Seamless pipes are manufactured by extruding the metal to the desired length. Thus, they do not have any joint in its cross-section throughout its length.


Application of black steel pipes


Black steel pipes have a variety of use thanks to their strength and needs for little maintenance. They tend to be used for transporting gas and water to rural areas and urban areas or for conduits that protect electrical wiring and deliver high pressure steam and air. In addition, black steel pipes are also used in oil and petroleum industries for piping large quantities of oil through remote areas.


Other uses of black steel pipes include gas distribution inside and outside homes, water wells and sewage systems. However, black steel pipes are never used for transporting potable water due to the fact that they tend to corrode in water and mineral of the pipe will dissolve into the water and clog the line as well.

  
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