Through 24″ O.D.Specifications and Grades:
- ASTM/ASME A/SA106 B/C
- ASTM/ASME A/SA 53B
- ASTM/ASME A/SA 333 Grade 1 and 6
- API 5L B, X42, X52, X60, X65, X70
- NACE MR-0175
- EN 10204 3.1.B
- Pipe to A860 Chemistry
- 1/8″ to 24″ ODs in standard and line pipe
- All schedule walls including light wall sch10 and 20 and heavy wall sch160 and XXHVY
- Domestic and Import product in stock
- Standard lengths available, Single random lengths (17′ – 24′) double random lengths (37′ -42′)
- Saw cut lengths through 24″; all walls, all grades
- Auto Remnant Program Available
- Beveling available
Through 60″ O.D. Specifications and Grades:
- 1/8″ WALLS THROUGH 2″WALL
- ERW and DSAW
- ASTM/ASME A /SA53 GRADE B/C
- API 5L B, X42,X52, X60, X65, X70, X80
- PSL1 AND PSL2 GRADES
- 1″ Nom OD through 60″ OD, All schedule walls including light wall sch10 and 20 and heavy wall sch160 and XXHVY
Producing mills, at the time of manufacturing, reject pipe, which cannot be classified as a prime product because of some physical or chemical defect. This material is sold by the mills to steel pipe distributors, distributors of steel products, fabricators, and consumers.
Mill rejects are sold on an as-is basis and carry no warranty of any kind either expressed or implied.
Reject pipe is available in CW, ERW, DSAW and Seamless, in all sizes, weights, and classes of material. Although reject pipe carries no warranty whatsoever, it can have application for structural purpose. Some typical examples where reject pipe has been used are: handrails, columns, posts, piling, sandwash, casing, culverts, fence, caissons, sign poles, bumpers, bracing, parking meter posts, towers, supports, rollers, etc. Reject pipe is normally priced substantially under prime pipe and can affect large savings in the right application. However, the buyer should be kept continually aware that this material carries no warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, from the producing mill or the pipe distributor.
Reject pipe is also known in the trade as structural grade pipe and/or limited service pipe. Limited service pipe, in certain instances, encompasses pipe which is manufactured to a specific ASTM or API specification, but because of some chemical or physical flaw does not meet the rigid requirements of the intended specification. This pipe could be subjected to lesser hydrostatic test pressures than the original specification required and this product could be classified as limited service or minimum test pipe. Limited service or minimum test pipe of this description can have application in low pressure situations such as water well or surface casing. Generally, when limited service pipe has been subjected to a minimum test it will be clearly marked on the product.
Specs:A519, A513, A178, A179, A213, A500, SAE J524
Grades:1010, 1018, 1026, 1045
|SPECIFICATIONS:||ASTM A335 & ASME SA335|
|PIPE SIZE RANGE:||2″NOM OD TO 24″OD|
|SCHEDULES:||STD, 40, XH, 60, 80, 100, 120, 140, 160, XXH|
|SPECIAL WALLS:||UP TO 4.000″ WALL THICKNESS|
|GRADES:||P1, P5, P9, P11, P22, P91|
SERVING THE POWER GENERATION, PETROLEUM AND OTHER HIGH TEMPERATURE SERVICE INDUSTRIES
LOW TEMPERATURE PIPE, FITTINGS & FLANGES
|SPECIFICATIONS:||ASTM A333 / ASME SA333|
|GRADES:||1/6 AND 3|
|PIPE SIZE:||1/4″ NOM ODTHROUGH 24″OD|
|SCHEDULES:||STD, 40, EH, 60, 80, 100, 120, 140 160 AND XXH|
|SPECIAL WALLS:||UP TO 4.000″ WALLS|
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