ERW steel pipes are a type of pipe that are typically made from carbon steel or low alloy steel. The material used depends greatly on the specific application and requirements. In addition to the wide range of available sizes, with various diameters and wall thicknesses, ERW steel pipes generally offer a smooth surface finish. They can be either bare (uncoated) or come with protective layers, like galvanized coating or anti-corrosion coatings. ERW steel pipes are commonly used for many applications, including water and wastewater transportation, oil and gas pipelines, construction and structural purposes, HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems, plumbing for industrial and commercial uses, and mechanical and engineering applications.
ERW steel pipes are highly sought after due to their reliable strength and versatility. They are manufactured out of high-quality steel materials, providing excellent strength and structural integrity that can withstand heavy loads and high-pressure environments. ERW steel pipes can be made in a wide range of sizes, from small to large, making them suitable for different applications. And because they are electric resistance welded, they form a strong, consistent and durable seam along the length of the pipe. ERW steel pipes are indeed an excellent solution for any need.
ERW steel pipes are available in a wide range of sizes, typically specified by their outer diameter (OD) and wall thickness. The size range can vary from small pipes with an OD of a few millimeters to large-diameter pipes with an OD exceeding several feet. The wall thickness is typically measured in millimeters or inches and is specified to meet the required strength and pressure ratings for specific applications.
ERW steel pipes are commonly available in standard lengths, such as 6 meters (20 feet) or 12 meters (40 feet). However, they can also be customized to specific lengths based on project requirements.
ERW steel pipes are manufactured using various grades of steel, which determine their mechanical properties and suitability for specific applications. Common material grades include carbon steel (e.g., ASTM A53, API 5L) and low alloy steel.
The oil and gas industry is one of the major industries using ERW steel pipes. They are used for transporting oil, gas, and other hydrocarbon fluids in pipelines for upstream exploration and production, midstream transportation, and downstream refining and distribution.
Likewise, ERW steel pipes are also commonly employed in water and sewage systems for municipal, industrial, and agricultural purposes. This type of pipe is beneficial as it is capable of transporting potable water, wastewater, and irrigation water efficiently and reliably.
In addition to that, ERW steel pipes are widely used for structural and construction purposes. Buildings and other structures often require ERW pipes for framing, columns, beams, and other components. ERW pipes possess qualities of strength and durability, which makes them suitable for load-bearing structures.
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ERW Steel Pipes are usually packaged in bundles with the weight of each bundle ranging from 2.5 tonnes to 3 tonnes. The pipes may also be wrapped with a waterproof material in order to protect them from moisture and dust.
The bundles are then loaded onto flat racks, containers, or trucks for shipment. The shipping method of ERW Steel Pipes will vary depending on the customer's needs.