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PIPE (278 companies)
PIPE - Casing (3 companies)
PIPE - Corrugated (26 companies)
PIPE - Culvert & Sewer (39 companies)
PIPE - Ductile Iron (20 companies)
PIPE - Galvanized (3 companies)
PIPE - Metal (46 companies)
PIPE - Perforated (2 companies)
PIPE - Plastic (195 companies)
PIPE - Polyethylene (39 companies)
PIPE - Prefabricated (7 companies)
PIPE - Spiral (13 companies)
PIPE - Stainless Steel (49 companies)
PIPE - Steel (184 companies)
PIPE - Teflon® Lined (Teflon® is a registered trademark of DuPont) (9 companies)
PIPE - Wooden (1 company)
PIPE BENDING (33 companies)
PIPE CLEANERS (2 companies)
PIPE COATINGS (19 companies)
PIPE COUPLINGS (14 companies)
PIPE FABRICATORS (236 companies)
PIPE FITTERS (1 company)
PIPE FITTINGS (204 companies)
PIPE FLANGES (10 companies)
❯❯ Companies
A C Pipe & Equipment Co. (Signal Hill, CA)
AAA Pipe & Fittings (Milwaukee, WI)
Aadland Pipe Organ Co. (Valley Springs, SD)
ACT Pipe & Supply, Inc. (San Antonio, TX)
Act Pipe & Supply, Inc. (Fort Worth, TX)
Albany Pipe & Nipple Mfg. (Green Island, NY)
All Pipeworks, Inc. (Bluffdale, UT)
All-Tex Pipe & Supply, Inc. (San Antonio, TX)
Alpha Pipe Co. (St. Louis, MO)


The Pipe Processrn day society. It is responsible for the transporting of water, it used in almost every factory around the world, and it is used as a component in most machines. It is clear that it is an element that is much needed by the industrial sector.

Choosing the right pipe should be a priority to the buyer. These pipes should be able to last for a good couple of years and should exert its function in an ideal manner. Buying the right pipe may be expensive now, but it is an investment one makes in order to prevent replacement of these pipes. To understand how a good pipe is bought, one needs to understand the piping process.

Materials that are used when making a pipe

In general the primary material that used during the pipe process is steel which is made up of iron. Other materials may be made up of other metal alloys that include aluminium, manganese, titanium, and zirconium. Each of these metals will provide different advantages and disadvantages. Alloys are usually a cheaper option as it contains a mixture of different elements. Sometimes a light coat of paint may be applied to the pipe if it has to be coated, but this is done during the post production phase of how pipes are made. A small amount of oil is usually applied to the pipe after manufacturing it in order to protect it, and sulphuric acid may sometimes be used in order to clean the pipe before shipping it.
Design considerations when making a pipe types that need to be considered: the seamless pipe and the single welded seam pipe. Both these types of pipes have different uses. Seamless pipes are usually light in weight and have thinner walls. These are used for bikes or transporting liquids. Pipes containing a single welded seam are heavier and therefore more rigid. They are used for things like gas transportation, electrical conduit, or plumbing, due to its high consistency. They are also more reliable when used in strenuous environments.

The manufacturing process of how pipes are made

The process of how pipes are made usually undergo two different processes that can be summed up as follow. Firstly, molten steel must be made; this is done by melting iron ore and a carbon-rich substance referred to as coke. This molten steel is then poured into iron molds where it cools into ingots. These ingots are then shaped between large rollers in order to form a pipe. These rollers squeeze and stretch the pipe until it has been formed to its desired shape. After the stretching process the steel is ‘pickled’, which means that it is dipped in sulphuric acid in order to be cleansed. It is then rinsed with cold and hot water, and dried. The pipe then undergoes the final processing in which it is made into either a seamless or a single welded seam pipe. It may then be put through a machine where more pieces to the pipe is welded on or fitted, before being coated with oil to protect it.
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