Industrial Pipe and its Applications 

Industrial pipe is a broad grouping of fluid and solid transport hardware used in many applications and in many industries. Industrial pipe is frequently, but not essentially, cylindrical in shape, and systems are typically configured with straight sections linked by fittings or specially-formed connections and joints. Typically cylindrical and rigid tubes are utilized in the procedure, energy, construction, and many civil infrastructure applications. It is often used in pressurized applications.

Size choices consist of standard nominal English sizes, metric sizes, wall thickness, and pipe schedule if appropriate. English sizes are approximations of the pipe size; smaller size industrial pipe carries an inside diameter near to the nominal size, and larger pipe corresponds to the outside diameter. American National standard Institutes schedule numbers cover all pipe sizes from NPS 1/8 through NPS-36 identified as Standard, Extra-Strong and Double Extra-Strong and wall thicknesses. Choices for section shape involve round, oval, square, and rectangular.

Types of Industrial Pipe and their uses – 

Line Pipe: Steel line pipes tend to have a higher resistance to deterioration and are applied for the transportation of oils and gasses.

Seamless & Welded Pipe: Standard seamless pipes are more usually used than welded pipes and they tend to be more pressure resistant and are applied in Liquid transportation. Welded pipe because of its lighter weight and the thin wall is most normally used in Gas transportation.

Application of Industrial Pipe – 

Water Industry: Water pipes, sewage treatment system, Industrial products, etc.

Oil Industry: Different types of pipes are applied in Refineries, Crude Oil, and also cross-country pipelines.

Gas Transfer: Piping to transfer dissimilar types of gases, as well as the manufacture of LPG and another form of non-toxic gases.

Chemical Industry: Also helps in the transport of chemicals.

Others: Industrial piping is also applied in refrigeration, processing, manufacturing, and Fabrication and construction industries