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ASTM A106 CARBON STEEL SEAMLESS PIPE

  Carbon steel has high tensile strength for any material. It can bend and stretch into any shape without losing any strength. Using this feature, the carbon steel pipe can become thinner and maintain the ability to contain flowing materials under high pressure.

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Carbon steel is an iron carbon alloy with carbon content of 0.0218% ~ 2.11%. Also called carbon steel. Seamless steel pipe is a kind of circular steel pipe, in which there is no joint around the empty part. Welded steel pipe is a tubular product made of flat plate, which is formed, bent and ready for welding.  Carbon steel has high tensile strength for any material. It can bend and stretch into any shape without losing any strength. Using this feature, the carbon steel pipe can become thinner and maintain the ability to contain flowing materials under high pressure. The inner diameter of carbon steel pipe is larger than that of other materials such as copper or plastic, so the bearing capacity is greater. Carbon steel pipe is very strong, impact resistant and not easy to rot. Carbon steel piping provides safety and durability. Because it is shock resistant and not affected by harsh environmental conditions like pressure or extreme weather, it is an ideal material for structural applications. The incredible strength of carbon steel means that carbon steel pipe can be made thinner and with less material while still being able to transport high volumes. This makes carbon steel piping a cost-effective material. Not only can less of it be used, but carbon steel is also recyclable, making it both environmentally-friendly and cost-effective.

Applications

  • Water supply facilities
  • Food industrial pipelines
  • Chemical industrial pipelines
  • Electronic industrial pipelines
  • Air conditioning facility pipelines
  • Agriculture and garden production transportation
  • Pipeline network for solar energy facility
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