Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings manufacturer in India

What are the properties of CS fittings, and why is it a suitable material for pipe fittings?

  • Carbon steel has high strength making it ideal for use in pipe fittings that need to withstand high pressures and stresses.
  • Carbon steel pipe fittings manufacturers in India ensures the products are highly durable and have a long lifespan.
  • Cs can be coated or treated to improve their resistance to corrosion and extend their lifespan.
  • Carbon steel is widely available and relatively inexpensive compared to other materials making it a cost-effective choice for pipe fittings.
  • CS fittings can be easily welded using a variety of welding techniques- it simplifies the installation process.
  • Carbon steel can withstand high temperatures without degrading- suitable for use in high-temperature applications.

Compare the size range and price of different CS Buttweld Elbow manufacturer in India

Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings manufacturer in India

How does the material grade impact the price of carbon steel pipe fittings?

  • Some grades of carbon steel are more readily available than others, and this can impact the price- common grades like ASTM A234 WPB may be less expensive than rarer grades like ASTM A860 WPHY 70.
  • The manufacturing process for carbon steel fittings may be more complex or require additional steps, which can increase the cost of production.
  • The addition of alloying elements like chromium, molybdenum or nickel can improve the properties of carbon steel, but also increase the cost of production.
  • Some grades of carbon steel are more resistant to corrosion than others- those with higher levels of corrosion resistance may command a higher price.
  • Higher pressure ratings may require thicker walls- it can increase the amount of material needed and therefore increase the price.

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Carbon steel fittings

Carbon steel fittings

CS fittings

CS fittings

CS buttweld elbow

CS buttweld elbow

 

What is the pressure rating of carbon steel fittings, and how does it impact the selection process?

The pressure rating of CS pipe fittings varies depending on the type, size and wall thickness of the fitting. The pressure rating is determined by the maximum allowable working pressure (MAWP) of the fitting- the pressure rating should be suitable for the operating pressure, temperature, fluid type and fitting type of the system it will be installed in.

Choose your CS fittings sizes, and CS pipe fittings available in schedule 20/ 40/ 80/ 120 with all types of coatings

 

Carbon steel pipe fittings specifications

Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings Specifications

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Types of CS pipe fittings

Carbon steel weld fittings

Carbon steel weld fittings

  • Elbow : 45/ 90/ 180
  • Tee : equal/ reducing/ split/ latera
  • Reducer : concentric/ eccentric
  • Stub end & cap
Carbon steel buttweld fittings

Carbon steel buttweld fittings

  • Sizes :
  • Inch = 1/2 to 56
  • DN = DN15 to DN1400
  • MM = 12 MM To 609 MM
CS pipe fittings

CS pipe fittings

  • Thickness :
  • SCH10, SCH20, SCH30, STD, SCH40
  • SCH60, xs, SCH80, SCH100, SCH120
  • SCH140, SCH160, xxs

 

sch 10 carbon steel weld fittings

SCH 10 carbon steel weld fittings

  • Testing methods :
  • Magnetic particle test
  • Liquid penetrant test
  • Hardness test
Carbon steel buttweld pipe fittings

Carbon steel buttweld pipe fittings

  • Documentation :
  • Raw material test reports
  • Guarantee letter
  • Heat treatment chart
Seamless carbon steel fittings

Seamless carbon steel fittings

  • Coating :
  • 3LPE external coated
  • FBE Coating
  • Anti rust painting

 

Learn about the carbon steel buttweld pipe fittings dimensions and weight chart according to ASME B16.9

Carbon steel fittings dimensions

carbon steel fittings dimensions

carbon steel fittings dimensions

carbon steel fittings dimensions

CS fittings weight chart

cs fittings weight chart

What are the different coatings that can be applied to CS pipe fittings, and what is their purpose?

  • Galvanizing- coating the CS buttweld elbow fitting with a layer of zinc which provides protection against corrosion.
  • Epoxy- it provides a barrier between the fitting and the environment, protecting against corrosion and abrasion.
  • Polyethylene (PE)- it is used for underground applications and provides protection against corrosion and abrasion.
  • Teflon (PTFE)- it is used to reduce friction and increase the flow of fluids through the carbon steel weld fittings.

How do you clean and maintain sch 10 carbon steel weld fittings to ensure their longevity?

  • Remove any surface dirt or debris on sch 10 carbon steel weld fittings using a clean cloth or brush.
  • Use a degreaser or solvent to remove any oil, grease or other contaminants from the surface of the fitting.
  • Use a wire brush or sandpaper to remove any rust or other corrosion from the surface of the fitting.
  • Rinse the fitting with clean water to remove any remaining cleaning solution or debris.
  • Dry the fitting thoroughly with a clean cloth or allow it to air dry.
  • Apply a rust inhibitor or protective coating to the surface of the fitting to prevent future corrosion.
  • Inspect the fitting regularly for signs of damage or wear, and repair or replace as needed.

How do you calculate the required thickness of CS buttweld elbow for an oil & gas application?

Calculate the minimum required thickness (t_min) of the carbon steel buttweld fittings using the following formula:

t_min = PD / (2SE – 0.6P)
where:
P = design pressure
D = outside diameter of the elbow
S = maximum allowable stress for the material
E = quality factor for the material, typically taken as 1.0 for seamless pipes and 0.85 for welded pipes
t = wall thickness of the carbon steel buttweld pipe fittings

How do you select the right size and thickness of seamless carbon steel fittings?

The right size and thickness of seamless carbon steel fittings can be calculated by determining the pipe size and schedule of the pipe to which the fitting is attached, fluid type and pressure, temperature, and if the system will be exposed to corrosive substances or not. The application standards and specific usage are also considered as determinants.