What are Steel Pipes?
Steel pipes are long, hollow tubes that are used for a variety of purposes. They are produced by two distinct methods which result in either a welded or seamless pipe. In both methods, raw steel is first cast into a more workable starting form.
Strength is exponentially increased versus weight, No other Combi Wall can compare in strength vs weight
This makes it an ideal spot for production and handling of very large and heavy pipes
Our FRB plant designed based on the concept of a mobile plant, able to produce pipes even in rural mountainous area
As spiral pipes are made from coils, there is a limitation to the thickness it can be produced. Longitudinally welded pipes such as LSAW (JCOE) are able to achieve up to 50mm thickness
Due to its ability to be welded to small dimensions, HFW pipes are particularly suitable for roof trusses, stadiums, bridges and other structural applications
Seamless piping manufacturing process begins as a solid cylindrical bar of steel called a billet
Interlocking Steel Pipe Roofing are commonly used in excavations and tunneling works which require minimal disruption to major services and roads.