Why seamless steel pipes cannot be completely replaced by welded steel pipes

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  • Why seamless steel pipes cannot be completely replaced by welded steel pipes

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    Why seamless steel pipes cannot be completely replaced by welded steel pipes

    The welded steel pipe has won praises for its uniform wall thickness and low price. So,

    can seamless Steel Pipes be replaced by

    welded steel pipes? The answer: NO
        There are some reasons
        1)  HAZ is very fragile
        Although it is rare now that the mechanical properties of the weld seam exceed the base

    metal itself, the weakest part of the welded steel pipe is not the weld seam, not the base

    metal, but the heat-affected zone of the weld. This place is the most vulnerable.
        2)The limited upper wall thickness of the welded steel pipe
        Most thick-walled steel pipes can only be seamless steel pipes instead of

    Welded Pipes
        3)The H2S resistance of welded pipes is far worse than that of seamless pipes.
        The requirements for seamless pipes on NACE MR0175 are: the S content must not exceed

    0.010%. However, the requirements for Steel

    and welded pipes are particularly strict: S must not exceed 0.003%. Although

    strict requirements are imposed on the steel plate, it can pass the HIC test, but the

    welding seam has to pass the test, which is still a very difficult problem. Not only must

    we choose the good welding material, but also the skilled welding process.
      Oftentimes, using stainless steel components seems like a simple solution to corrosion

    on Steel Coils. You may see fins or tubes

    or other parts of the system show signs of corrosion, and it seems that the best option is

    to change the coil to stainless steel, solving the corrosion problem permanently. While

    this seems like a simple solution to a significant problem in the HVAC, industrial, and

    commercial systems where coils are found, the answer to the question “should I make an

    all-stainless coil?” is far more complex.
        To better understand the potential impact of using an all stainless steel heat

    exchanger, let us evaluate an example 400,000 BTU/HR (33 tons or 119 kW) cooling coil. For

    the example, we will use 45° F water and a 36” x 45” coil with standard copper tubes and

    aluminum fins. The coil for this installation will be 12” deep, weigh 320 pounds and have

    a cost factor of 1.0. This is our base unit and is the component currently installed in the

        Drilling or workover rigs, iconic symbols of the oil field, are not always required for

    drilling, completions or maintenance operations. Increasingly, the

    Oil Tubings unit is used for many good

    intervention operations and certain drilling applications. Coiled tubing (CT) refers to a

    continuous length of small-diameter steel pipe and related surface equipment as well as

    associated drilling, completion and workover, or remediation, techniques. Coiled tubing

    oilfield technology was initially developed for working on live, producing wells. More

    recently, this technology has gained wider acceptance among operators for an expanding

    range of workover and drilling applications and for its ability to reduce overall costs.

    The trend toward extended-reach wells favors CT for its capability to drill or to convey

    tools and equipment in high-angle wellbores.
        The Slip On Welded Cement Basket

    comprises of slip-on type high strength with flexible bows that are mounted on the end

    collar. The cement basket has ability to accommodate much larger than nominal hole sizes.

    They are available in 4 ?” to 30” sizes and any kind of specific sizes. With this type of

    design cement basket can be rotated and reciprocated. This type of Cement Basket is

    available with welded and non-welded convex shape bows.
        The Pedal Type Air Pump is one

    of the most basic, mandatory tools to own if you want to carry out your own bike

    maintenance. The lowly pump is designed to serve a very simple purpose — that of adding

    air to your tires. Despite this, many pumps seem to fall short of the mark. So we have put

    together this guide to tell you to want to look for, and what to avoid, when buying a bike

        Every cyclist needs a decent track pump (also known as a floor pump), and if you are

    building a home workshop it really should be one of your first purchases. This style of

    pump will almost always offer a long flexible hose, pressure gauge and large chamber for

    quick air transfer.


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