Carbon Steel Pipe

Carbon steel pipe, also known as black pipe, is one of the most commonly used types of piping materials. There are various sizes for different applications. Due to the high quality of the production process and its versatility, carbon steel pipe from CCM By COTCO has become one of the best steel pipes in Thailand. Here, we will be introducing you to the details of the carbon steel pipe from CCM By COTCO.

What is a Carbon Steel Pipe?

Carbon steel pipe is one of the structural steels made from carbon steel, an alloy of iron and carbon. The pipe has a hollow spherical shape and the inside can be seen through the other side. Even though it is lightweight, it is still very strong and durable to use in a wide variety of constructions.

What are the types of Carbon Steel Pipes?

  1. Carbon Steel Pipe with seams (Welded Pipe) is suitable for work with low pressure because the welding joints may crack if used with high pressure.
  2. Seamless Carbon Steel Pipe (Seamless Pipe) is suitable for general structural work, and work that requires high strength and pressure resistance.

The pros and cons of Carbon Steel Pipe

Pros

  • Made of alloy steel, resulting in it being stronger than ordinary steel.
  • Prevent rust well.
  • Bear pressure well with both wind force and friction force
  • A long useful lifespan.
  • Many sizes and thicknesses are suitable for various tasks.

Cons

  • Carbon steel pipe is only used for construction work such as forming various structures, conveyor pipes, plumbing pipes, water systems in buildings, residential building work, etc. Avoid using carbon steel pipes in construction projects that require heavy weight.

Carbon Steel Pipe from CCM By COTCO

High-quality carbon steel pipe from CCM By COTCO has received international production standards and TIS. With the various types, sizes, and prices such as black pipes, ASTM A53 SCH.40, SCH 40, round pipes, square pipes, and rectangular pipes, customers can purchase according to their needs.

Due to the high quality of the production process and various choices of products, CCM By COTCO's carbon steel pipe has become one of the best steel pipes in Thailand.

Product Description

ERW Production Process

ERW Production Process

Carbon Steel Pipe is produced by using an Electric resistance welding (ERW) process where metal parts in contact are permanently joined by heating them with an electric current, melting the metal at the joint to create a straight welding line. The electric current can be supplied to electrodes that also apply clamping pressure, or may be induced by an external magnetic field. The electric resistance welding process can be further classified by the geometry of the weld and the method of applying pressure to the joint: spot welding, seam welding, flash welding, and projection welding, for example. Some factors influencing heat or welding temperatures are the proportions of the workpieces, the metal coating or the lack of coating, the electrode materials, electrode geometry, electrode pressing force, electrical current, and length of welding time. Small pools of molten metal are formed at the point of most electrical resistance (the connecting or "faying" surfaces) as an electrical current is passed through the metal. In general, the range of thickness is usually not more than 8 mm. and the outer diameter is ½ - 8 inches.
The customers can customize the length of their specific pipe. Moreover, they can identify the steel surfaces according to external coating and colors, for example, red oxide, coated varnish, hot-dip galvanizing, etc.
Production capacity of black carbon round and square pipe
•   Capacity: ½” – 8”
•   Thickness: 1.2 – 8.0 mm
•   Type: Smooth Edge and Threaded Edge

Industrial Standard

The industrial standards are divided into 2 major types of works, which are construction and architecture work, and transport liquid systems.

1. Construction and Architecture work such as roof structures, stadiums, handrails, handles, stairs, fences, etc. have the following industrial standards:

  • TIS 107
  • TIS 276
  • BS 1387
  • JIS G3444
  • JIS G3452 (SGP)
  • ASTM A500
  • AS 1163
  • EN 10219

 

2. Transport liquid systems such as water pipes, fire suppression systems, coolant pipe systems, moisture pipe systems, etc. have the following industrial standards:

  • TIS 277
  • TIS 427
  • BS 1387
  • JIS G 3452
  • ASTM A53
  • EN 10255
  • DIN 2440
  • UL 852 Standard for Safety for Metallic Sprinkler Pipe for Fire Protection Service
  • MWA & PWA

Carbon Steel Pipe Sizes: Square Steel Pipe

Square Steel Pipe Sizes

Painting and uncoated Square Steel Pipe (STKR400)

  • 25*25 mm.
  • 32*32 mm.
  • 38*38 mm.
  • 50*50 mm.
  • 60*60 mm.
  • 75*75 mm.
  • 90*90 mm.
  • 100*100 mm.
  • 125*125 mm.
  • 150*150 mm.

Uncoated Square Steel Pipe (STKR290 and STKR400)

  • 25*25 mm.
  • 32*32 mm.
  • 38*38 mm.
  • 50*50 mm.

Carbon Steel Pipe Sizes: Rectangular Steel Pipe

Rectangular Steel Pipe Sizes

Uncoated Rectangular Steel Pipe (STKR290 and STKR400)

  • 50*25 mm.
  • 60*30 mm.
  • 75*38 mm.

Galvanized Rectangular Steel Pipe (STKR290 and STKR400)

  • 50*25 mm.
  • 60*30 mm.
  • 75*38 mm.
  • 75*45 mm.
  • 90*45 mm.
  • 100*50 mm.
  • 125*50 mm.
  • 125*75 mm.
  • 150*50 mm.
  • 150*100 mm.
  • 200*100 mm.

Painting and uncoated Rectangular Steel Pipe (STKR400)

  • 50*25 mm.
  • 60*30 mm.
  • 75*38 mm.
  • 75*45 mm.
  • 90*45 mm.
  • 100*50 mm.
  • 125*50 mm.
  • 125*75 mm.
  • 150*50 mm.
  • 150*100 mm.
  • 200*100 mm.

Carbon Steel Pipe Sizes: Carbon Steel Tube

Carbon Steel Tube Sizes

Carbon Steel Tube Sizes

Painting and uncoated Carbon Steel Tube (STKR400)

  • 15 mm.
  • 20 mm.
  • 25 mm.
  • 32 mm.
  • 40 mm.
  • 50 mm.
  • 65 mm.
  • 80 mm.
  • 90 mm.
  • 100 mm.
  • 125 mm.
  • 150 mm.
  • 175 mm.
  • 200 mm.

Galvanized Carbon Steel Tube (STKR290 and STKR400)

  • 15 mm.
  • 20 mm.
  • 25 mm.
  • 32 mm.
  • 40 mm.
  • 50 mm.
  • 65 mm.
  • 80 mm.
  • 90 mm.
  • 100 mm.
  • 125 mm.
  • 150 mm.
  • 175 mm.
  • 200 mm.

 

Carbon Steel Pipe Size: ASTM A53 SCH.40 Steel Pipe

ASTM A53 SCH.40 Steel Pipes Size

  • 15 mm.
  • 20 mm.
  • 25 mm.
  • 32 mm.
  • 40 mm.
  • 50 mm.
  • 65 mm.
  • 80 mm.
  • 90 mm.
  • 100 mm.
  • 125 mm.
  • 150 mm.
  • 200 mm.

What are Carbon Steel Pipes used for?

Carbon steel pipes are incredibly versatile and can be found in a wide range of applications. Here are the 3 main usages of carbon steel pipes:

1. Construction and architecture work

Carbon steel pipes are widely used in construction and architecture work, such as sports stadium roof structures, scaffolding for construction, guardrails, stair handrails, fences, pillars for small and medium-sized buildings, etc.

2. Transport liquid systems

Furthermore, carbon steel pipes are used in transport liquid systems, such as water supply and drainage, water pipes, fire suppression systems, coolant pipe systems, moisture pipe systems, etc.

3. Other multi-purpose work

In addition, carbon steel pipes can also be used for other multi-purpose work, such as making clothes racks, trellis, electrical conduits, signal cables, various sign structures, etc.

Order high-quality Carbon Steel Pipes from CCM by COTCO

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