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pipe size Archives - Projectmaterials

Dimensions and weights of ASME B36.10, ASME B36.19 and EN 10220/EN 1127 steel pipes

Steel Pipe Size Charts (ASME B36.10/36.19)

Looking for steel pipe size charts? The ASME B36.10 and ASME B36.19 specifications cover the dimensions of seamless and welded steel pipes for high and low-temperature service, providing combinations of pipe outside and inside diameter (OD, ID), pipe thickness (WT, designated in “schedule”) and pipes theoretical weights (in pounds per foot and kilogram per meter)…. read more »

EN 10220, EN 1127 Pipe Size Charts

The EN 10220 and EN 1127 specifications cover the dimensions and tolerances of European pipes, carbon/alloy steel, and stainless steel respectively. While EN 10220 and 1127 are used in Europe, ASME B36.10 and ASME B36.19 cover the dimensions and tolerances of American standard pipes. EN 10220 PIPE SPECIFICATION The EN 10220 specification covers the dimensions and… read more »

Pipe Length (SRL, DRL) and Pipe End (PE, BE, T&C)

“Pipe length” is the distance (in meters or feet) between the two ends of the tubular: single and double random lengths are the common measures (5-7 or 11-13 meters).   “Pipe end” indicates the type of finish of the pipe extremities (plain, beveled or threaded). PIPE LENGTH The terms used to designate the length of steel… read more »

Pipe vs. Tube: The Basic Differences

A recurring question is “what is the basic difference between pipe and tube”? The short answer is: A PIPE is a round tubular to distribute fluids and gases, designated by a nominal pipe size (NPS or DN) that represents a rough indication of the pipe conveyance capacity; a TUBE is a round, rectangular, squared or… read more »