Our range of steel piping products is one of the world's largest, and is sourced only from carefully selected manufactures. We supply Steel Pipes, Fittings, Flanges, Valves and many other piping products in any size or grade as per the standard and requirements. Our inventories contain the widest selection of Carbon Steels, & Stainless Steel.
Carbon steel is a metal alloy. It is a combination of two elements, iron and carbon. Other elements are present in quantities too small to affect its properties.
A106 grade B
API 5L grade B X52
A type of metal product that is more resistant to rust, staining & corrosion than regular steel. It is an alloy of iron & carbon. Stainless steel is often found in materials used in construction & tools.
An elbow provides a change in material flow direction. This adds pressure losses to the system due to impact, friction and re-acceleration. As product enters the inlet of the elbow, it typically continues moving straight ahead to the first impact zone. The product is then deflected at an angle toward the outlet of the elbow. The deflection angle is determined by the elbow design the product's characteristics, the conveying velocity,
and specific load.
Tee is a forged fitting used for splitting and changing flow direction of run pipe. Tee can be manufactured with butt weld extremities,socket extremities or threaded extremities. Tees are in two types:
Equal Tee: The primary purpose of a Tee is to make a 90° branch from the main run of pipe. ... The equal tee (or straight tee) is used as the branch has the same diameter as the run-pipe.
Reducing Tee: The reducing tee is used as the branch has a smaller diameter as the run-pipe.
A reducer is the component in a in a pipeline that reduces the pipe size from a larger to asmaller bore (inner diameter). The length of the reduction is usually equal to the average of the larger and smaller pipe diameters. There are two main types of reducer: concentric and eccentric reducers.
Concentric Reducers : The concentric reducer is cone-shaped, and is used when there is a shift in diameter between pipes. For example, when a 1" pipe transitions into a 3/4" pipe and the top or bottom of the pipe doesn't need to remain level. Unlike eccentric reducers, concentric reducers have a common center line.
Eccentric Reducer : An eccentric reducer is a fitting used in piping systems between two pipes of different diameters. They are used where the diameter of the pipe on the upstream side of the fitting (i.e. where flow is coming from) is larger than the downstream side.
Basically a cap will be applied, to shut down the end of a pipe. It is available for all pipe dimensions. They are used to close pipes of large diameters, and are similar to those used for constructing vessels.
This is designed to be joined to a piping system by buttwelding. It is relatively expensive because of its long neck, but is preferred for high stress applications. The neck, or hub transmits stresses to the base of the hub to the wall thickness at the butt weld, provide important reinforcement of the flange. The bore of the flange matches the bore of the pipe, reducing turbulence and erosion
The flange is slipped over the pipe and then welded both inside and outside to provide sufficient Strength and prevent leakage. This flange is used in preference to weld necks by many users because of its lower cost and the fact that less accuracy is required when cutting pipe to length.
This is a flange without a bore and is used to shut off a piping system or vessel opening. It also permits Easy access to vessels or piping systems for inspection purposes. Blind flange can be supplied with or without hubs at the manufacturers option.
Socket Weld Flanges
This is similar to a slip-on flange in outline, but the bore is counter-bored to accept pipe. The diameter of the remaining bore is the same as the inside diameter of the pipe. The flange is attached to the pipe by a fillet weld around the hub of the flange. An optional interval weld may be applied in high stress applications. It’s biggest use is in high pressure systems such as hydraulic and steam lines.
This is similar to a slip-on flange in outline, but the bore is threaded, thus enabling assembly without welding. This obviously limits its application to relatively low pressure piping systems. The flange may be welded around the joint after assembly, but this is not considered a satisfactory method of increasing its applications.
Gate valves are widely used for all types of applications and are suitable for both above ground & underground installation. not least for underground installations it is paramount to choose the right type of valve to avoid high
Globe valves are named for their spherical body shape with the two halves of the body being separated by an internal baffle This has an opening that forms a seat onto which a movable plug can be screwed in to close (or shut) the valve. The plug is also called a disc or disk.
A ball valve is a form of quarter-turn valve which uses a hollow, perforated and pivoting ball to control flow through it is open when the ball's hole is in line with the flow and closed when it is pivoted 90-degrees by the valve handle.
Check valve that closes by fluid pressure to prevent return flow.
Y strainers are most often used for steam and gases, but are also used for liquids. They have less debris holding capacity and higher pressure drops then basket strainers,but they can be used in either horizontal or vertical pipe runs where flow is downwards. They can also be fitted with a blow off connection at the end of the branch end that includes a valve, which allows for cleaning. The valve is opened without shutting off the flow or disassembling the strainer, as the flow through the pipe will flush out the solids in the screen
ELBOW 45° & ELBOW 90°
An elbow is a pipe fitting installed between two lengths of pipe or tubing to allow a change of direction, usually a 45° or 90° angle.
The bodies of fittings for pipe and tubing are most often the same base material as the pipe or tubing connected copper, steel, PVC.
A coupling is a very short length of pipe or tube, with a socket at one or both ends that allows two pipes or tubes to be joined, welded together.
Caps act as a protective device and are designed to protect pipe ends of various shapes. The main purpose of using pipe caps is to waterproof the connections. They are also used to close the ends of pipes and tubes. They are used in the plumbing apparatus of domestic, commercial and industrial water supply lines, machinery and processing equipment etc. They are also fitted on water pump lines with the sole purpose of removing air blocks. Pipe caps are highly demanded as an important category of pipe fittings.
Pipe plugs are defined as cap end of fractional tubes. These pipe plugs are designed to insert into the end of tubing to dead-end the flow.
Steel Reducer Inserts are widely used in various engineering, piping and construction works. The Reducer Insert Fitting also support the standard socket welding fittings for making combination of pipe line reductions in a much quicker and economical manner.
A union, similar to a coupling, allows the convenient future disconnection of pipes for maintenance or fixture replacement. In contrast to a coupling requiring solvent welding, soldering, or rotation (for threaded couplings), a union allows easy connection and disconnection, multiple times if needed.
In plumbing and piping, a nipple is a fitting, consisting of a short piece of pipe, usually provided with a male pipe thread at each end, for connecting two other fittings. The length of the nipple is usually specified by the overall length with threads.
A pipe fitting used to join two pipes of different sizes. A bushing is threaded inside and out. A type of backflow preventer installed in a pipe run that allows water to flow in only one direction.
The connection to the run pipe is a fillet weld for both the weldolet and the sockolet. The weldolet has a bevelled end to butt weld to the branch pipe. (which will also have a bevelled end), whereas the sockolet has a socket into which a plain end branch pipe is inserted, then fillet welded together.
The most common of all branch connections, and is welded onto the outlet pipe. The ends are bevelled to facilitate this process, and therefore the weldolet is considered a butt-weld fitting. Weldolet's are designed to minimize stress concentrations and provide integral reinforcement.
A Threadolet is the same basic design as a "weldolet." However the main difference is the fitting has a female threaded connection to mate to the branch connection. This makes a 90° branch and comes in full size or reducing for a straight
piece of pipe.
Gaskets & rings
Spiral wound gaskets will seal flanges where temperature, pressure, vibration and flow rates are beyond the capability of conventional jointing materials.
They are used worldwide for pipelines and pressure vessels on steam, petrochemical, nuclear, marine and hydraulic plant, as well as on heat exchangers.
RTJs are designed to be used in high pressure applications and can be manufactured from a number of materials to suit the process media and the flange materials.
RTJs are precision machined metallic rings which are designed to be used with API 6B, ASME B16.5 and API 6BX (dependent on the gasket style) flanges. RTJs are often used in offshore applications and certain styles can be adapted for subsea installation
Insulation kits are often used in petrochemical applications electrically isolate two mating flanges to reduce the likelihood of creating a galvanic cell which would result in corrosion of the flanges and pipework. Insulation sets are also used to prevent the flow of electrostatic charge to reduce sparking in hazardous environments.
Stud Bolts, Bolts & Fasteners
Stud bolts & bolts
In Petro and chemical industry for flange connections Stud Bolts and Hex Bolts are used. The Stud Bolt is a threaded rod with 2 heavy hexagon nuts, while the Hex Bolt has a head with one nut. Nuts and head are both six sided.
Fasteners and gaskets are often the most overlooked of all the commodities associated within pipeline products and yet are responsible for holding/sealing everything together.
A pipe fastener is a device that mechanically joins or affixes two or more pipes together. Pipe fasteners cover high tensile and mild steel bolts, clamps, nuts, screws, washers, studs, pins etc. All types of fasteners are used for both industrial and residential pipe fittings.
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A234 wpb bw
Weld neck flanges
Socket weld flanges
Slip on flanges
Stainless steel 304
Stainless steel 316
A105 (high pressure (class 3000, 6000)
Stainless steel 316
Stainless steel 304
Gate valve carbon steel with flanges.
Gate valve carbon steel npt.
Gate valve carbon steel sw
Ball valve carbon steel ball ss 316 with flanges
A216 wcb seat ptfe
Ball valve carbon steel ball ss316 socket weld
Ball valve carbon steel ball ss316 npt
Swing check valve with flanges
Body a216 wcb 13%cr
Swing check valve socket weld
Swing check valve npt
Heavu hex nuts
Spiral wound gasket
(Outer carbon steel hope stainless steel filler graphite)
(Outer carbon steel hope stainless steel filler graphite and inner ring ss 316)
(Outer stainless steel hope stainless steel filler graphite and inner ring ss 316)
klingerit sheet asbestos free
Reinforced klingerit sheet