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Material Stainless Steel Pipe

Stainless steel defines a class of ferrous metals with high alloy content to enhance certain attributes such as corrosion resistance and strength. For mechanical piping services, austenitic (non-magnetic) chromium-nickel stainless steel pipes in Types 304/304L or 316/316L are most commonly used. Due to material cost, most stainless steel pipes are supplied as Light Wall. Stainless steel pipe is popular due to its corrosion resistance, erosion resistance, oxidation resistance and temperature resistance.  Other attributes include low maintenance costs and cleanliness. In many cases it is the most cost efficient solution.  Although stainless steel pipe is often more expensive than other piping materials, its superior life cycle costs can make it an attractive material. 

Systems

Chilled Water

Chilled Water systems contain and transport cool water throughout industrial and commercial...

Compressed Air

Compressed air piping systems transport compressed air from air compressors to points of usage....

Condenser Water

Together with chilled water systems, condenser water systems are used remove heat energy from a...

Domestic Water

Domestic hot and cold water systems generally convey potable hot and cold water used for...

High Purity (DI, Lab)

High Purity piping systems exist in many applications from electronic manufacturing to food...

Laboratory Gases

Laboratory Gas systems are used to transport various gases for use in a laboratory setting...

Process Piping

Process piping involves non-hydronic mechanical systems in industrial or manufacturing...