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Different types of ASTM Steel Pipes

Features of A500 Grade C Pipe

A500 Grade C pipe is a kind of long steel pipe with a hollow section and no seams around it.

A500 Grade C pipe has a hollow section, which can be used as a fluid pipeline, such as the transportation of oil, natural gas, water, and some solid materials pipeline. Compared with the round steel pipe, the weight of the A500 Grade C pipe is lighter in the bending and torsional strength of the same. A500 steel pipe is a kind of economic steel pipe in terms of its high quality and stable structure.

ASTM A500 Steel Pipe

Applications of ASTM A795 Steel Pipe

ASTM A795 is an ASTM specification for A795 pipe to be used in fire sprinkler systems. It is available in a black lacquer finish, or with a hot-dipped zinc coating. ASTM means the American Society for Testing and Materials, formally known as International Association for Testing Materials (IATM).

When it comes to the application of ASTM A795 steel pipe, this kind of A795 pipe is widely used in the manufacture of structural parts and mechanical parts, such as oil drill pipe, automobile drive shaft, bicycle frame, and construction used in steel scaffolding.

Besides, using ASTM A795 steel pipe can manufacture annular parts, which improves the material utilization rate and simplifies the manufacturing process as well. What is more, rolling bearing rings, jack sleeves are also widely manufactured with widely used ASTM A795 steel pipes because they can save materials.

ASTM A795 Steel Pipe

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