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  Home » Blog  6 Great Benefits Of Using Carbon Steel Pipe June 04, 2013   in Blog , Pipe by  Tim Walshauser   Carbon steel pipe is an alloy pipe that is solely made of steel and carbon. It can be used for a wide variety of applications, and it comes with these six great benefits: 1. Safety Unlike some other materials, carbon steel pipes  don’t need to be protected with preservatives, glues or pesticides, which makes them safer to handle and work with. Furthermore, while other pipes may be vulnerable to pests or rotting, carbon steel isn’t, which makes it a great choice for underground piping. Carbon steel is also great for use in homes because it’s inflammable and resistant to tornados, lightning, earthquakes and hurricanes. 2. Corrosion Resistance Carbon steel pipes are also resistant to corrosion. This allows builders to use smaller, thinner pipes, even in environments that are acidic or extremely corrosive. 3. Resistance To Shock Carbon steel pipe offers great resistance to vibration and shock. This is especially important in today’s world, where traffic puts a lot of stress on our roadway foundations. Carbon steel, with its superior shock resistance, seems to hold up better than other pipes when laid under roads. 4. High Tensile Strength Carbon steel’s high tensile strength makes it safe to use in situations with very high pressures. Plus, this strength means that carbon steel pipe can be made much thinner than pipes made of other materials. This means that they have a higher carrying capacity than pipes made of other materials that have the same diameter. 5. Environmentally Safe Every year, 70 percent of all steel in North America is recycled  – more than aluminum, paper, plastic and glass combined.  And steel production is also environmentally friendly. About 50% of the world’s steel is made in plants that use recycled materials or that don’t produce CO2 emissions.  Carbon pipe distributors can rest easy knowing that they’re doing their part to save the environment.  6. Cost-Effective No matter the pressure that needs to be withstood, carbon steel pipes can be much thinner than other types of pipes. This means that they have a greater carrying capacity than other pipes. Furthermore, carbon steel pipe is cheaper than copper, and its durability decreases costs needed for repairs or replacement. Do you need carbon steel pipe for your next project? St. Louis Pipe & Supply has been a leading carbon pipe distributor for over 20 years. Contact us overseas project? Contact us today to get a quote or to find out how we can meet your carbon steel pipe needs.  5 Advantages of Carbon Steel Pipe November 20, 2013   in Pipe by  Tim Walshauser     Each piping material has its advantages, advantages that make it particularly useful in certain types of projects. The key to picking the right material is knowing what your project requires, then choosing the material that can live up to those requirements. In that vein, here are five advantages that carbon steel pipe suppliers often cite about carbon steel pipe,   as well as applications when those advantages come in handy. 1. Safe to work with  Many building materials need to be treated with glues, pesticides or preservatives, but carbon steel pipedoes not. Carbon steel is also inflammable and invulnerable to pests and rotting.    Application: Homes. No one wants to live in a house with pipes that have been treated with chemicals or that can be eaten by critters. Nor do you want pipes that make your house more susceptible to fire. 2. Resistance to corrosion  Carbon steel has been shown to be resistant to corrosion and other chemical deterioration.  Application: Highly corrosive, often acidic environments. Carbon steel pipe, with its superior anti-corrosive properties, can be a good choice in industrial environments that experience high temperatures or very low pH. 3. Resistance To Shock  Carbon steel performs better than most other materials in environments that experience a lot of shock and vibration.  Application: Roadways and other transportation environments. Heavy traffic can put a lot of stress on roadway foundations, and while other materials may succumb to the pressure, carbon steel pipe can withstand it. Its resistance to shock and vibration makes it a great choice for water mains under roadways and other transportation applications that face a lot of rolling and bouncing tires. 4.  Good for the environment  70 percent of all steel in North America is recycled each year, and approximately 50% of steel is produced in facilities that use recycled materials or don’t emit CO2.    Application:  Any project, but especially green projects. These factors make pipes that are part steel, like carbon steel pipe, a great choice for projects when it’s a priority to minimize environmental impacts. This environmental consciousness is becoming a greater and greater concern across all industries. 5. Cost-Effectiveness    Carbon steel pipes have high tensile strength, meaning they can withstand the same amount of pressure as other pipes while being thinner in construction. This gives carbon steel a greater carrying capacity and makes it more cost-effective.  Application: Low budget projects, any project. Carbon steel’s cost -effectiveness makes it a material of choice when budgets are tight, or for any cost-conscious builder or contractor. Do you think any of the advantages above might come in handy for your next project? Then contact us today  –we’ve been a carbon steel pipe supplier for over 20 years.   Cost-effective –    When there’s not a need for replacements, you’re saving money. Other pipes depreciate faster than carbon steel. Also, keep in mind  with carbon steel’s strength, the pipes can be much thinner than other piping, meaning it will have a greater carrying capacity that pipes with the same diameter. Also, these pipes can be bent and shaped easily to fit the specifications you need. It’s common to see joints, valves and other fitting made out of carbon steel. 2. Durable –   It’s already been mentioned in the paragraph above, but the durableness of carbon steel needs a category of its own. Steel carbon is great for framing a building or structure for a variety of reasons. First, its non- combustible. Second it’s more resistant to natural disasters because of its strength. And third, it’s very shock resistive. These pipes are  often times used in for water mains that are laid underneath high traffic roads because of their resistance to shock and durability. They are also used to deliver petroleum and is anti-corrosive when working with water. 3. Recyclable —  Steel, no matter if it’s  carbon steel or stainless steel, can be recycled and most of it usually is. In fact, steel is recycled more than paper, plastic and glass combined, with 70 percent of all steel used being recycled. If your company is in need for carbon piping solutions, Florida Pipe and Steel has the piping needs your company yearns for. Call them today.
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