Carbon Steel Pipe


Carbon Steel Pipe Standard: ASTM A53 B, ASTM A106 Gr. B, ASTM A179, ASTM A192, ASTM A333 and API 5L Gr B to X70, JIS G3454, JIS G3456, JIS G3461, EN10216-1, EN 10208
Outer Diameter: 1/8” to 60” (10.3mm to 1500mm)
Wall Thickness: SCH10 to SCH160 (2.11mm to50.01mm, 0.083” to 2”)
Length: 6m,12m, or as per customer’s requirements
Carbon Steel Pipe Shapes: Round, Half Round, Square, Rectangular, or Custom shape carbon steel pipe.
Carbon Steel Pipe End: SRL, DRL, 20FT, 40FT, from 5 meters to 18meters, or customized.
Surface: Blacking painting, Varnished, FBE, 3pp, 3PE/3LPE, Polyethylene layers coating.

  • Carbon Steel Pipe Standards and Grades (Seamless and Welded)

    ASTM A106 Gr. B in Seamless (Differences between ASTM A106 and A53 pipe)
    ASTM A53 Gr. A, B in Seamless, Welded ERW, and Zinc coated, hot-dipped galvanized steel pipe
    ASTM A179 Gr. C in Seamless (For seamless cold drawn low carbon steel heat-exchanger and condenser tubes)
    ASTM A192 (For seamless carbon steel boiler tubes for high-pressure service)
    ASTM A252 (For welded and seamless steel pipe piles)
    ASTM A333 GR. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (For seamless and welded steel pipe for low-temperature service and other applications with required notch toughness)
    ASTM A134 and ASTM A135 (For electric resistance welded ERW steel pipes)
    API 5L Pipe, ISO 3183 / API 5L Gr. A, B, X42, X46, X52, X56, X60, X65, X70, X80 in seamless and welded (LSAW, SSAW, ERW) steel pipe, for petroleum and natural gas industries, steel pipe for pipeline transportation systems.
    DIN 2440 seamless and welded steel pipes apply to medium-weight tubes suitable for screwing. (DIN2444 Zinc coated steel tubes, for hot galvanizing)
    CSZ Z245 Seamless and ERW welded pipe (low-frequency electric welded pipe excluded), SAW steel pipe that intended for oil and gas pipeline systems.
    NBR 8261 Cold-Drawn, Cold-form, welded steel pipe, in circular cross-section, square or rectangular, applied to structural purposes.
    AWWA C-200 for steel water pipe

  • ASTM A106 Carbon Steel Pipe

    ASTM 106 pipe refers to the carbon steel pipe manufactured in hot rolled or cold drawn (rolled) seamless. ASTM A106 standard specification covers the seamless pipe applied in high-temperature services. As a result, it could be used to carry the fluids (water, oil and gas, slurry), it is an important material for mining industries.

  • ASTM A53 Carbon Steel Pipe

    ASTM A53 Carbon Steel Pipe covers welded and seamless steel pipe, in carbon black material and some cases in hot-dipped galvanized (zinc-coated). This is a basic pipe material, and its performances and prices are also similar to ASTM A106B, or API 5L B. (We saw some pipes that they these three standards marked, call “Three standards steel pipe” ). So we say A53 pipe also is widely used in mining and slurry services.

  • Coating types for Carbon Steel Pipe

    In order to increase the resistance of steel pipe in a corrosion environment, Octal offers different types of coating systems to protect against the corrosive and abrasion break.
    3PE coated, 3 layer Polyethylene coating
    FBE coated, Fusion bonded epoxy coating
    Zinc coated, Hot dipped galvanized steel pipe, cold electric galvanized
    Solid, CRA, Clad and lined pipes, Cladding and lining alloy steel material on the carbon steel material

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    Oil & Gas (Refinery, Petrochenical, Drilling Rigs/Offshore Facilities, Pipeline)
    Power/ Alternative Energy (Thermal and Hydroelectric Power, Waste-to-energy Plants, Trasmission Line, Substations)
    Water Supply and Sewage (Dams, Transmission Pipelines, Irrigation Canals, Pumping Stations)
    Industrail and Process (Steel Mills, Pharmaceutical Plants, Chemical Plants, Mining)