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1.Material:ASTM A36,ASTMA53,SS400,Q235B



4.Length: 6M; 9M; 12M(Standard); 4~13M(Customized)

5.Zinc coating weight:60g~80g/m2(Standard) 80~200g/m2 (Customized)

6.Application:Fence pipe; Steel Structure Pipe; Farm Vehicle Pipe; Window Frame Pipe; Curtain Wall Pipe; Green House Pipe; Furniture Pipe; Container Pipe; Machine Pipe; Structural and Mechanical Pipe

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Corrosion is arguably one of the most common problems in construction. After all, it leads to compromising the structural integrity of projects. Unlike other pipes, steel pipes are ideal to work with because of their resistance to corrosion.
For example, plastic pipes that experienced wear and tear may no longer be conducive for application. Copper pipe fittings are not corrosion-resistant, making them more likely to pose dangers to entire structures.
Galvanization is a process that involves the application of a layer of zinc coating to steel pipes. This is what makes the product more prone to rusting.
With a corrosion-resistant layer, it’s far safer to continue using steel pipes. They would be able to maintain superior performance quality, making them perfect for high-pressure applications.
Builders seek materials that are easy to fabricate because it gives them freedom in terms of construction planning. It can also mean reduced physical waste during last-minute changes.
As a material, steel is flexible. It is a metal used to achieve numerous construction needs because it is highly malleable. This property refers to a material’s ability to be formed into different shapes without breaking.
Steel pipes have high tensile strength, making it perfect for supporting all kinds of structures. Rest assured that it will not suffer from breakage when you use it for your projects.
From commercial spaces, laboratories, to industrial sectors – steel pipes offer a wide range of applications because of malleability.
With an alarming rise in environmental problems, contractors and builders are being called upon to reduce waste and make use of recyclable materials. This is where a steel pipes’ recyclability makes it advantageous to work with.
Steel is the most recycled material on the planet. In fact, it is more recyclable than all the other materials combined. It retains an 86% recycling rate. According to a study, a staggering 69% of steel gets recycled after use in North America alone.
When the pipes are no longer needed, they can simply be melted down and be used from one product to another. Its property allows it to be recycled continually with no degradation in performance quality.

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