OPUS

Material Carbon Steel Pipe

Image provided by Wheatland Tube Company

Manufactured as welded or seamless, and in a variety of wall thicknesses, (Light, Standard, Extra Strong, and Double Extra Strong), carbon steel pipe is the most common material used in commercial mechanical systems. High strength, good ductility, low cost and adaptability for most joining methods make steel pipe ideal for transporting liquid, gas and vapor.

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....

Condensate Return

In a steam heating system, it is the job of the condensate return to convey water back to the...

Condenser Water

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

Fire Protection

A network of piping whose purpose is to transport an extinguishing media (usually water), to a...

Fuel Gas

Fuel gas systems convey natural gas or propane for laboratories, cooking, space heating, and...

Fuel Oil

Fuel oil piping systems transport fuel oil from holding tanks to heating devices, where it is...

Hydronic Piping

Hydronic is a term used to describe a heating or cooling system that transfers heat by...

Process Piping

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

Steam

Steam is one of the oldest forms of energy used in industry, yet remains one of the least...