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  • Why You Should Replace Your Galvanized Pipes

    Why You Should Replace Your Galvanized Pipes

    You Should take a closer look at your water and sewer system. Many homes that were built up to 20-30 years back may have galvanized pipes, which are now known to be vulnerable to corrosion and are potentially hazardous. What Are Galvanized Pipes? Galvanized pipes are iron pipe...
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  • Operation and Application of Butt Welding

    Operation and Application of Butt Welding

    Butt resistance welding (hereinafter referred to as butt welding) is a kind of resistance welding method that uses resistance heat to weld two workpiece together along the whole end face at the same time. Elbow, butt welding flange and other stainless steel pipe fittings are m...
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  • What is duplex stainless steel

    What is duplex stainless steel

    In 1968, the invention of argon oxygen decarburization (AOD), a stainless steel refining process, made a series of new stainless steel possible. One of the progress brought by AOD process is the addition of alloy element n. The toughness and corrosion resistance of the HAZ are...
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  • What’s OCTG pipe and what’s used for?

    What’s OCTG pipe and what’s used for?

    What are OCTG pipes? Oil country tubular goods are pipes used for onshore and offshore oil & gas upstream operations (extract oil and gas from the wellbore). OCTG pipes may be classified into three main families: drill pipes (to perforate the soil and reach the reserve), c...
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  • 6 Fun Facts About Stainless Steel

    6 Fun Facts About Stainless Steel

    Stainless steel has long been around. Since the 1990s, many sectors have been using stainless steel to build skyscrapers, monuments, and even kitchen utensils. You are likely to be surrounded by artifacts of stainless steel such as saucepans, handrails, pen springs, or watches...
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  • Stainless Steel vs. Galvanized Steel

    Stainless Steel vs. Galvanized Steel

    While looking for corrosion resistance, you have probably heard of the phrase “stainless or galvanized steel”, as if these were interchangeable options. In fact, they are not at all. Galvanization – Zinc Dip as Paint Job Galvanized steel is corrosion-resistant because it has b...
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  • Application and Benefits of SA179 Boiler Tubes

    Application and Benefits of SA179 Boiler Tubes

    Boiler and heat exchange tubes must be resistant to temperature and pressure. They also need to increase or decrease heat transfer for particular applications. Are there tubes that also have good processing characteristics? For instance, challenging bending methods? Yes, there...
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  • What is Carbon Steel Forged Fittings and its Application

    What is Carbon Steel Forged Fittings and its Application

    Forged steel fittings are pipe fittings produced using forged carbon steel material. Forging steel is a method that produces very robust fittings. Carbon steel is heated to molten temperatures and placed in the dies the heated steel is then machined into the Carbon Steel Forge...
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  • Difference Between Stainless Steel Seamless and Welded Pipes

    Difference Between Stainless Steel Seamless and Welded Pipes

    Stainless Steel Seamless Pipes: The jointless or pipe without a crease is called stainless steel seamless pipe. The round steel billet warmed and pulled to a point where it converts into a hollow pipe. It has higher pressure holding capacity. It has various focus grades like S...
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