Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings are made up of carbon steel which has a limited range of ingredients in its composition. Carbon steels have high hardness and wear and tear properties. The fittings made up of carbon steel are applied through various industrial, commercial and domestic applications. The carbon steel seamless pipe fittings, buttwelded fitting and fabricated ones are available in the market.
Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings
The buttwelded fitting are stronger and can be used for welding with ease. The Carbon Steel buttweld elbow is a buttweld fitting that is used to turn or change the direction of the pipeline. Often the angle is 90 degrees but there are different types of elbows with different angles as well. The Carbon steel welded pipe fittings are also one of the cost efficient methods to apply with other types of steel.
There are different grades, classes, schedules and pressure ratings of these pipes. The schedules correlate to the wall thickness, outer diameter and the pressure containment capacity of a particular pipe fitting. The schedule 10 carbon steel buttweld fitting are some of the lower pressure rating fitting used for low pressure applications whereas the Carbon Steel schedule 80 pipe fittings are intended for some high pressure applications usually found in industries and commercial applications.
Specifications of Carbon steel welded pipe fittings