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  • How to cut the AS1163 steel pipes?

    How to cut the AS1163 steel pipes? AS1163 standard steel pipe can be cut in many ways, and the specific cutting method will depend on the working environment, equipment availability and required precision. Here are some common cutting methods: 1. Hand saw: suitable for small or simple cutting tasks. Use manual saws to ensure that saw blades suitable for cutting steel pipes are selected to improve efficiency and cutting quality. 2. Mechanical cutting: the use of mechanical cutting equipment, such…
  • Several anti-corrosion layers/coatings of AS1163 steel pipe

    Several anti-corrosion layers/coatings of AS1163 steel pipe AS/NZS 1163, which is the Australian/New Zealand Standard for cold-formed structural steel hollow sections, does not explicitly dictate the presence or absence of specific coatings or layers on steel pipes. The standard primarily focuses on the manufacturing, dimensions, and properties of cold-formed structural steel hollow sections, leaving the issue of protective coatings to be addressed separately. In practical applications, steel pipes, including those meeting AS/NZS 1163 standards, may have various coatings or layers…
  • What is AS NZS 1163?

    What is AS NZS 1163? AS/NZS 1163 is a joint Australian and New Zealand standard that encompasses various aspects of structural steel and steel products. It provides specifications for cold-formed structural steel hollow sections, outlining requirements for manufacturing, testing, and dimensional tolerances. Here's an exploration of AS/NZS 1163, focusing on steel grades and applications, among other aspects. Steel Grades: AS/NZS 1163: - Steel Grades: AS/NZS 1163 defines different steel grades, such as AS/NZS 1163 C250/C250L0, C350/C350L0, C450/C450L0, etc. The numerical…
  • API 5L VS API 5CT

    API 5L VS API 5CT 1. Scope and focus: API 5L: pipeline. -Steel: including all kinds of steel, such as Gr. X42, X46, X52, X56, X60, X65, X70, X80 and so on. -purpose: for the construction of pipelines for long-distance transportation of oil, natural gas and water. Mainly focus on the mid-stream pipeline construction. API 5CT: casing and tubing. -Steel grades: specify J55, K55, N80, L80, C90, T95, p110 and other steel grades. Application: tailor-made for casing and tubing in…
  • API 5L vs. ASTM A53 vs. ASTM A106: Choosing the Right Pipe Specification for Your Project

    API 5L vs. ASTM A53 vs. ASTM A106: Choosing the Right Pipe Specification for Your Project API 5L (American Petroleum Institute Specification 5L), ASTM A53 (American Society for Testing and Materials Specification A53) and ASTM A106 (American Society for Testing and Materials Specification A106) are the three main standards that govern the manufacture and application of steel pipe. Each specification is customized for a specific application, and understanding the differences is critical to making informed decisions across a wide range…
  • What is the difference between API 5L and ASTM?

    What is the difference between API 5L and ASTM? API 5L vs. ASTM: Understanding the Difference API 5L (American Petroleum Institute Specification 5L) and ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) are two prominent organizations that play a key role in setting standards for a wide variety of materials and products, especially in the oil and gas industry. While both entities contribute to standardization, they serve very different purposes and their specifications address different aspects of materials used in different…
  • Is API 5L same as ASTM A106?

    Is API 5L same as ASTM A106? No. API 5L (American Petroleum Institute Specification 5L) and ASTM A106 (American Society for Testing and Materials Specification A106) are different specifications that cover different aspects of steel pipe in different applications. - API 5L: This specification is primarily used in the oil and gas industry to transport gas, water and oil. It includes both seamless and welded steel pipes.API 5L has different grades such as Grade B, Grade X42, Grade X52, Grade…
  • Differences between API 5L and ISO 3183

    API 5L and ISO 3183 are both standards and codes dealing with pipelines in the oil and gas industry (API 5L VS ISO3183). The following are some of the differences between API 5L and ISO 3183 in terms of steel grades, testing, and applications: 1. Steel grade: - API 5L: API 5L specifies several grades of steel pipe, including but not limited to Grade B, X42, X52, X60, X65, X70, X80, and so on. These grades correspond to different mechanical…
  • What is API 5L?

    API 5L LINE STEEL PIPES, ERW & LSAW, FOR GAS/OIL/WATER PIPELINE. API 5L, or American Petroleum Institute Specification 5L, is a widely recognized standard for the manufacture of steel pipe used in the oil and gas industry. The specification is critical to ensuring the integrity and reliability of pipelines used to transport oil, gas and other hydrocarbons. The primary purpose of API 5L is to establish guidelines for the production of steel pipe with specific properties suitable for a variety…
  • Key elements of AS/NZS 1163, including steel grades, diverse applications, and common sizes.

    AS/NZS 1163 is a prominent standard that governs structural steel hollow sections in Australia and New Zealand. This comprehensive standard outlines crucial specifications for the manufacturing and use of these sections, ensuring the reliability and safety of structures. Let's explore key elements of AS/NZS 1163, including steel grades, diverse applications, and common sizes. Steel Grades: AS/NZS 1163 categorizes structural steel hollow sections into different grades, each defined by specific chemical compositions and mechanical properties. These grades encompass variations in yield…
  • What details should be dealt with before the use of thick-walled steel pipe?

    The welding method of thick-walled steel pipe should be selected according to the material and wall thickness of thick-walled steel pipe. 
  • Welcome to Longma, one of the biggest China steel pipe plant

    Longma sells hundreds of thousands of tons of steel pipes every year. Quality is the fundamental reason for our success. ERW/EFW steel pipe Out Diameter: 60.3-660.4mm(2"-26") Wall Thickness: 4-25mm Length: 3-18 meters Standard: API 5L(ISO 3183) PSL1/PSL2:GR.B-X80; ASTM A53:GR.A/B; ASTM A500: GR.A/B; ASTM A252: GR.1/2/3' EN10210/EN10219: S235/S275/S355JRH/J0H/J2H; AS/NZS 1163-2016: C250/C250L0, C350/C350L0, C450/C450L0.

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