The difference between the anti-corrosion pipes and insulation pipes

Anticorrosion insulation pipes generally refers to the anti-corrosion pipes and insulation pipes, both of which have strong antiseptic properties, but there are differences in the purposes.

1PE, 1PP layer

Anticorrosive pipe is generally use ordinary spiral steel pipe, straight seam steel pipe, seamless steel tube and then through the method of anticorrosion coating, electric protection, such as epoxy anticorrosion technology, and mainly used in pipeline construction, so that you can avoid the soil, air and medium (such as oil, natural gas, etc.) material for pipe corrosion, which can improve the service life of steel pipe and make more safety in pipeline construction.

2PE, 2PP layer

Insulation pipe is generally use ordinary spiral steel pipe, straight seam steel pipe, seamless steel pipe heat preservation material on its surface figure, which mainly used in heating pipeline construction.

3PE, 3PP layer

Pipe Corrosion

Corrosion is the gradual deterioration of a substance by its surroundings. Different metal to metal connection, debris, oxygen and water can provoke oxidation in plumbing pipelines. Not fixed, eroded pipes will induce a variety of pricey plumbing difficulties such as ruptured pipes, slab leaks, and congested drains.

With the yearlong rate of rust estimated at beyond 276 billion dollars - it is not surprising that Americans expend thousands of dollars on pipeline corrosion correction in their residences along with offices. By comprehending the essential details of house plumbing oxidation, you can control or prevent this attacking power to conserve cash and preserve a risk-free environment for your loved ones.

Weled steel pipe specification, Standard and identification

Welded steel pipe (steel pipe manufactured with a weld) is a tubular product made out of flat plates, known as skelp, that are formed, bent and prepared for welding.