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pursueplumbing commented 1 year ago
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There are many different kinds of stainless steel pipes available in the market such as seamless pipes, welded pipes, flanges and so on and this makes it difficult for one to decide which one to pick that would do justice with your business application requirement.

Each pipe has different properties which determine its use in the industry. But before deciding on which pipe to choose, it is very important to get a proper understanding on different types of pipes available in the market, its uses and application.

Types of Stainless Steel Pipes

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SEAMLESS PIPE – A pipe without any seams or weld joins is referred to as steel pipe suppliers . These pipes have the capacity to withstand intense pressure and temperature level. It is widely used in diverse oil and gas applications as well as in the mechanical and engineering industries. Seamless pipes are versatile with high utility properties and this is why it is inspected with high levels of precision to ensure quality of the material.

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WELDED PIPE- Welded pipes are known for its flexibility and this makes its application versatile. They are better at resisting corrosion than withstanding high pressure. Welded pipes lightweight because of the material used in its preparation and they are very cost effective means of piping.

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FLANGES- Pipe Flanges come in many forms such as slip-ons, binds, lap joints etc and they are an important part of the overall piping setup. They are made up of durable and sturdy materials and they are used when creating pipe flanges.

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SPECTACLE BINDS- Spectacle binds, spades and spacers are used for permanent and long term solutions requiring isolation of the piping sector. When there is a need for inspecting a piece of machinery or piping section, spectacle binds are used to isolate a certain part of the piping structure. As because this is an important role being important to one;s safety, it is recommended to test the binds thoroughly.


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