There are a wide range of applications that implement stainless steel pipes right from the commercial offices, to the domestic regions, to automotive industry.
This material has been very useful and effective in many industries. Even without stainless steel, we would definitely experienced a shortcoming in critical industrial processes. There are multiple types of steel material like stainless steel round (Which is also know as “รอบสแตนเลส” in the Thai language), bars, connectors and joints which are very crucial in plumbing industry.
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Advantages of Using Steel Pipes
Steel pipes are normally used for transporting liquids and gases from one place to another. These pipes are hollow in their structure and are known to render high elasticity, durability, and strength.
Thus, they are beneficially used where high resistance to tolerate internal and external pressure is required in a system. They are also used where complex longitudinal stresses and bending are involved.
Stainless steel as a material is generally preferred over any other material or metal because they offer good ductility, elasticity and flexibility from brittleness. Steel is known for its high resistance to direct heat and therefore, can be typically used for constructing pipes as well as pipe fittings.
Applications of Steel Pipes
- Extremely easy to clean.
- Steel pipes are resistant to extreme high pressures.
- They have the ability to withstand traffic shocks and vibrations.
- These pipes are apt for extension work in areas of applications like riverbanks, pumping stations, reservoirs, and domestic sewage.
- Non-corrosive in nature due to the presence of chromium.
Apart from these advantages and other qualities, stainless steel tubes and seamless pipes are employed in domestic sector in the form of utensils and pipelines, and in the industrial sectors for transporting materials like petroleum, water, oil, and other fluids or gases.