About Carbon Steel

What is Carbon Steel?

Carbon steel and carbon manganese steel seamless pipes for ship building

Seamless steel pipe for ship building usage

The majority of the nearly 3, 500 different types of steel produced and available in the global market today is carbon steel. Carbon steel is formed when two elements, iron and carbon, is combined with carbon being used as the alloying element. The carbon is used as a hardening agent to prevent iron atoms in the crystal lattice from sliding around. The carbon steel structure also has ferrite, pearlite and cementite present in varying quantities, depending on the carbon quantity of the steel.

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Types and Uses of steel pipes

Steel pipe is long, hollow tube that are used for a variety of purposes. They are produced by two distinct methods which result in either a welded or seamless pipe. In both methods, raw steel is first cast into a more workable starting form. [......]

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Seamless Pipes and Tubes for Pressure Applications

The EN 10216 Euronorm replaces the old DIN 17175 and DIN 1629standards. This standard is designed for pipes used in pressure applications, such as a pipeline. [......]

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AWWA C 200

AWWA C200 standard covers electrically butt-welded straight-seam or spiral-seam pipe and seamless pipe 6 in. (150 mm) in nominal diameter and larger for the transmission and distribution of water or for use in other water system facilities.[......]

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ASTM A333 Grade 1, Seamless and Welded Steel Pipe for Low-Temperature Service.

ASTM A333 Grade 1 is the part of standard covers wall seamless and welded carbon and alloy steel pipe intended for use at low temperatures. [......]

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The usage of Carbon steel pipe

Carbon steel pipe is widely used in the world of manufacturing as they have high end durability. It is one of the preferred pipes when it comes to stamina and cost. Steel tubes of different sizes and shapes can be created with use of modern technology.[......]

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