360° Virtual Tour


Types of Metallic Piping

When it comes to metallic piping, there are several types of materials that are commonly used to meet different requirements based on factors like the fluid being transported, temperature and pressure, environmental conditions, and industry standards. Here are some of the most common types of metallic piping: Carbon Steel Piping:

Read More »

What is HVAC Piping?

HVAC piping or heating ventilation and air-conditioning piping deliver hot water, cool water, refrigerant, condensate, steam, and gas to and from the HVAC components. HVAC systems provide thermal comfort for the occupants accompanied by indoor air quality. They are used in industrial, commercial, residential, and institutional buildings for different purposes like So, for

Read More »


Structural tubing per ASTM A500 is tubing produced and used for structural applications. Standard strength requirements of the tube help dictate applications for which certain tubing is most appropriate. Structural tube is often referred to as hollow structural sections or HSS. Structural Tubing, especially rectangular sections, is commonly used in welded

Read More »

What is a Pipe Schedule?

A pipe schedule (SCH) is not an actual measurement – it is a number based on a wall thickness formula. You can have several pipes with the same outside diameter, but with different schedule numbers – meaning that each schedule represents a different wall thickness. The best way to find

Read More »

What Type of Pipes are Used for Fire Protection?

Fire-fighting pipeline refers to the pipeline material used for fire-fighting, connecting fire-fighting equipment and equipment, and transporting fire-fighting water, gas or other media. Due to special requirements, the thickness and material of fire-fighting pipes have special requirements, and red paint is sprayed to transport fire-fighting water. Since the fire pipeline is

Read More »

What is the difference between API 5L and A106 piping?

API 5L piping is usually used for both seamless steel pipes and welded steel pipes, but ASTM A106 is particularly for carbon seamless steel pipes which can be used for high-temperature and high-pressures service. API 5L steel pipes are attained from API Spec 5L specification for line pipe, and they are suitable for the transportation of gas,

Read More »


Hydrostatic test Pipe to withstand a hydrostatic test without leakage through the weld seam or the pipe body. Jointers need not be hydrostatic tested provide the pipe sections used were successfully tested. Bend test No cracks shall occur in any portion of the test piece and no opening of the

Read More »

ASTM A106 Grade B Pipe Dimensions Schedule

The standard covers pipe sizes in NPS (National Standard Straight) from 1/8 inch to 48 inches (10.3mm DN6 – 1219mm DN1200). It also complies with the nominal wall thickness specified in ASME B 36.10M. For sizes that are not covered by ASME B 36.10M, this standard specification can still be

Read More »

What Are the Different Kinds of Steel Pipes?

Steel pipes are excellent conduits for conveying liquids and gasses in construction and industrial processes, as well as in everyday use at home or on the go. Steel pipes have a variety of features that make them different from other common pipe materials, however, so it’s important to know what

Read More »

Ask For A Quick Quote

We will contact you within 1 working day, please pay attention to the email with the suffix “@tytgg.com.cn”