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1、 What is galvanized steel pipe? In the steel industry, galvanized steel pipes are a type of steel pipe that has undergone galvanizing treatment, also known as hot-dip galvanized steel pipes. The so-called galvanizing refers to covering the surface of steel pipes with a layer of zinc metal to protect them from the effects of oxidation and corrosion. Galvanized steel pipes are usually made of seamless steel pipes or welded steel pipes. During the production process, they are immersed in molten zinc to cause a chemical reaction between the surface of the steel pipe and zinc, forming a strong zinc layer. 2、 What are the uses of galvanized steel pipes? 1. Corrosion prevention: The zinc layer of galvanized steel pipes can effectively prevent contact between the steel pipes and the external environment, and prevent the occurrence of oxidation corrosion. Therefore, galvanized steel pipes are often used in construction projects, pipeline engineering, bridge construction, and other situations that require long-term resistance to external environmental erosion. 2. Water supply and fluid transportation: Due to the excellent corrosion resistance of galvanized steel pipes, they are widely used in the field of water supply and fluid transportation. Galvanized steel pipes can be used in urban water supply pipelines, industrial water pipelines, and the transportation of oil, natural gas, chemical liquids and other fields. 3. Structural support: The strength and durability of galvanized steel pipes make them an ideal material for constructing structural support. It is often used in columns, beams, frames and other parts of buildings to provide stable structural support. 4. Furniture manufacturing: Galvanized steel pipes are also widely used in the furniture manufacturing industry. Due to its smooth and durable surface, it is an ideal choice for making furniture frames and supporting structures. 3、 The temperature range for the use of galvanized steel pipes depends on their material and treatment method. For general hot-dip galvanized steel pipes, their operating temperature is generally between -40 ℃ and 200 ℃. In extremely cold environments below -40 ℃, the toughness of galvanized steel pipes will decrease and brittle fracture may occur. In high-temperature environments, the zinc layer may melt or sinter, affecting the performance of the steel pipe. However, for some special needs, galvanized steel pipes with special materials can also be chosen to meet higher or lower temperature requirements. For example, alloy steel or stainless steel galvanized steel pipes can be used at higher temperatures, while low-temperature steel galvanized steel pipes are suitable for use in extremely cold environments. In summary, galvanized steel pipe is a type of steel pipe that enhances its corrosion resistance by coating its surface with a layer of zinc. It has various uses such as corrosion prevention, water supply and fluid transportation, structural support, and furniture manufacturing. However, the usage temperature of galvanized steel pipes needs to be determined based on specific materials and treatment methods, generally between -40 ℃ and 200 ℃. If used in special environments, it is necessary to choose galvanized steel pipes with special materials to meet the requirements