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A pipe is a tube-shaped section or hollow cylinder, usually but not necessarily of circular cross-section, used mainly to pass on substances which can flow, liquids and gases (fluids), slurries, powders and masses of small solids. A tube, or tubing, is a long empty cylinder used for moving fluids (liquids or gases) or to shield electrical or optical cables and wires. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Pipes and Tubes (1)


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Steelsparrow
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    Pipes And Tubes

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  • A pipe is a tube-shaped section or
    hollow cylinder, usually but not necessarily
    of circular cross-section, used mainly to pass on
    substances which can flow, liquids and gases
    (fluids), slurries, powders and masses of small
    solids. A tube, or tubing, is a long empty
    cylinder used for moving fluids (liquids or gases)
    or to shield electrical or optical cables and
    wires.

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Our collection
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Pipes and tubes collection
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Admiralty Brass
  • The combination of copper 69 zing 30 and tin 1
    will result in admiralty brass.
  • Admiralty Brass is a Copper Zinc Alloy, it
    contains small amount of arsenic and tin as well.
    These admiralty brass tubes are popular for their
    characteristic of superior corrosion resistance
    in a fairly polluted river water and clean
    seawater, either stagnant or slow moving water.
    The most common and produced form is tube for
    heat exchange equipment. These tubes are broadly
    used in various applications including vent
    condensers, water heaters, generator,
    evaporators, condensate coolers, heaters, air
    coolers, turbine oil coolers for petrochemical,
    desalinations plants, ship-building, power plants
    etc. 
  • Moreover, Admiralty brass, which constitutes of
    30 zinc, 1 tin and inhibits dezincification in
    most environments, is extensively used material
    in manufacturing tubes for the carrying out of
    liquids in the coolers and evaporators. Few of
    the characteristics that are required by this
    industry include light weight, strength,
    corrosion-resistance tube, high thermal
    conductivity, durability and long lastingness.

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Alloy steel
  • The steel that is alloyed with different
    elements which amounts between 1.0 and 50 by
    weight in order to improve its mechanical
    properties. 
  • Alloy steels are made by combining carbon steel
    with one or several alloying elements, such as
    silicon, nickel, titanium, copper, chromium,
    manganese, and aluminum. These metals are added
    to manufacture specific properties that are not
    found in standard carbon steel. The elements are
    added in varying combinations making the material
    take on different aspects such as improved
    formability (ductility) increased hardness,
    increased corrosion resistance, increased
    strength and the weldability can also differ.
  • The most important and desired changes in alloy
    steel are, Increased harden ability, Increased
    corrosion resistance, Retention of hardness and
    strength. Mostly all alloy steels require heat
    treatment in order to get their best properties. 

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Aluminum Brass
  • It is a mixture of Copper 77.5, Zinc 20.5 and
    2 aluminum. The Aluminum increases corrosion
    resistance.
  • Aluminum brass tubes are highly received and one
    of the extensively used material for a variety of
    industrial applications. This alloy develops a
    shielding film that has self-healing properties.
    This film is dependent on oxygen, which is
    absorbed in the water and does not resume itself
    in polluted or stagnant water. High resistance to
    corrosion in clean seawater orIn land condition
    is complicated. 
  • Aluminum Brass tubes confront the action of high
    velocity salt and brackish water. The outstanding
    quality of this alloy is its superior
    confrontation to impingement attack.
  • High strength combine with good general corrosion
    resistance and low sensitivity to stress
    corrosion cracking of aluminum brass tubes make
    it a highly favored material for load bearing
    masonry fixings.
  • Alluminum is added further to high copper brass
    for enhanced corrosion resistance. It is
    particularly used for condenser tubes.
  • Alluminum brass tubes are suggested for land
    power station and marine applications, where
    cooling water velocities are high.The exterior
    and stain resistance of aluminum brass makes it a
    material of choice for decorative architectural
    features.

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Carbon Steel
  • The mixture of Iron and Carbon along with
    Manganese 1.65, Silicon 0.60 will yield Carbon
    steel.
  • Carbon steel, also known as plain carbon steel,
    is a metal alloy, which basically consists of
    iron and carbon. Besides these two elements, it
    also consists of other alloying elements like
    silicon, copper and manganese in quantities which
    are almost negligible. These products are
    abundantly used for various industrial
    applications, it is particularly used in boilers
    and heat exchangers. Few typical compositions
    of carbon steel are as follows 
  • Mild Carbon Steel (Low Carbon) It contains
    roughly 0.05-0.15 carbon material for low carbon
    steel and 0.16-0.29 carbon material for mild
    steel. Mild steel has a fairly low tensile
    strength, but it is low cost and flexible,
    surface hardness can be raised through
    carburizing. Medium Carbon Steel Carbon content
    is around 0.30-0.59. It has good wear resistance
    and balances ductility and strength, used for
    large parts, forging and automotive
    components. High Carbon Steel Carbon content is
    around 0.6-0.99. Since it is very strong it is
    used for springs and high-strength
    wires. Ultra-High Carbon Steel It has around
    1.0-2.0 carbon material. Widely used in
    non-industrial applications like knives, axles or
    punches.

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