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Here, we will scarf about all the production/standards etc. related to oil pipe steel tubing. Whether you are a professional steel tubing industry practitioner, or someone who is curious about our products. Our blog can be the answer for you.

For those who like to be technical, our blog provides a treasure trove of data, not only the required specification data of various standards, but also our inspection data, and test data. In-depth analyses of the data indicators, test results and performance indicators of different tubes demonstrate the excellent performance of the steel tubes we produce. We only provide facts!


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ASTM A500 Specification | A500 Grade A,B vs C,D Standards Differences

ASTM A500 is a standard issued by ASTM covering the requirements for cold formed welded and seamless carbon steel structural tubes. ASTM A500 is an important standard issued by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) that specifies the chemical composition, mechanical properties, and inspection and packaging requirements of ASTM A500.  ASTM A500 requires that structural steel tubing be made of carbon steel that meets specific chemical composition and mechanical property requirements. This helps to ensure that the pipe can withstand appropriate loads and pressures in a variety of engineering

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ASTM A53 vs A106 Steel Pipe

ASTM A53 and ASTM A106 are two common standards for steel pipe, and they have some differences in terms of usage scenarios, materials, and manufacturing processes. Understanding these differences is important for the proper selection and use of steel pipe. ASTM A53 VS A106 Application Scope ASTM A53: It is mainly used for the transmission of fluids, such as water, oil, natural gas, etc. It is usually made of carbon steel or low alloy steel.ASTM A53 is usually used in piping systems, such as water pipelines, oil pipelines and natural gas pipelines, etc. 

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Key Features of ASTM A795

ASTM A795 is a very important standard in the field of steel tubing that ensures the safety and quality of steel tubing for fire sprinkler piping and a variety of industrial applications.  Developed and maintained by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), the standard establishes specific requirements for black and hot-dipped galvanised welded and seamless steel pipe, setting the benchmark for material quality, dimensional accuracy and overall performance. Key Features of ASTM A795: Wide range of applications: ASTM A795 has a wide range of applications and is the standard of

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4 Points Unlocked Boiler Tube Manufacturers

Boiler tube play a pivotal role in the function and efficiency of boiler systems. From heat transfer to energy production, understanding the importance of boiler tubes is vital to optimising performance.  This paper provides an in-depth look at the basics of boiler tubes, their types, manufacturing processes (especially seamless and welding techniques), and describes aspects of pressure resistance. Basic knowledge of boiler tubes: Boiler tubes are important components of a boiler system used to withstand high temperatures and pressures. They help in heat transfer between the combustion gases and water, ensuring

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ASTM A53: Ensuring Quality and Compliance

 ASTM A53 is not only a standard, but also a sign of quality, only after strict testing, can meet the testing standards of pipe fittings, can be called ASTM A53. ERW (resistance welding) steel pipe is no exception.   Ensuring the structural integrity and performance of ASTM A53 pipes requires a rigorous testing regimen. This article delves into the essential tests, their requirements, and the industry standards that govern the evaluation process. ASTM A53 TEST In the competitive landscape of steel pipes, adherence to ASTM A53 standards is synonymous with quality and durability.

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ASTM A135 Grade A/B standards

ASTM A135 is a standard specification for electric-resistance-welded (ERW) steel pipes designed for fire protection systems. These steel tubes are engineered to withstand the rigors of fire suppression, making them an essential part of fire sprinkler systems in residential, commercial, and industrial settings.  Their robust construction and exceptional performance characteristics have made them a preferred choice for engineers, contractors, and safety experts when it comes to ensuring the safety and integrity of a structure.张媛媛-工厂拍摄视频.mp4 (For more production videos click here) ASTM A135 standard The ASTM A135 standard outlines the specific requirements for these

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Fire Protection Pipe Material Specification-Manufacturer

Fire protection pipe plays a vital role in building safety by effectively transferring media such as fire fighting water, fire fighting gases and fire fighting foams to ensure that fires can be quickly extinguished in the event of a fire and to protect the interior of the building. In order to ensure the quality and performance of fire protection pipe work, there are various international standards for fire protection pipework, of which the three most famous are ASTM A795, ASTM A53 and ASTM A135. This paper will introduce these three standards in detail so that

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Universal Pipe-Line Pipe

Line Pipe is a very important material in piping engineering and is widely used in various fields such as petroleum, chemical, electric power, construction and so on. There are many types and standards of line pipe, and the application is very wide, then we will reveal the various kinds of line pipe. Multi-Line Pipe Steel Grade 1. Galvanised steel pipe: mainly used in the field of drinking water transmission and low pressure fluid transmission. 2. Seamless steel pipe: it is suitable for high temperature and high pressure fluid   transmission field, such as

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Every Single Fire Pipe is Hydro-Tested

It is well known that fire pipe has high requirements, for example, each pipe needs to be hydro-tested and the manufacturer needs to have ul listed and fm approved certification. This article will cover the range of standards, certifications, testing and more for fire protection pipe. What is fire protection pipe Fire Pipe Technical Parameters Fire Sprinkler Pipe is a type of pipe that is commonly used in fire sprinkler systems. It is usually made of steel or iron, and it is typically red or orange. The pipe is coated with a

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Tuspipe: Unrivaled Steel Tubing Since 1998

More than 20 years of production experience makes us must be a professional steel tubing manufacturer.

Quality Standards Across the Globe

Our commitment to excellence is evident in our adherence to ASTM, EN, AZ-NZS, ensuring reliability in every project.

Certifications Reflecting Excellence

Tuspipe holds ISO 14001, ISO 9001, and ISO 18001 certifications, showcasing our dedication to environmental responsibility, quality management, and occupational health and safety.

Precision Assurance through In-House Lab

Rigorous testing throughout production ensures every Tuspipe steel pipe meets the most demanding quality standards.

FM Approved and UL Listed: A Seal of Quality

Tuspipe proudly carries FM Approval and UL Listing certifications. These esteemed endorsements highlight the superior quality of our steel tubing.

A Legacy of Excellence

Since 1998, Tuspipe has been synonymous with innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction. Our steel tubing don’t just signify products; they embody a legacy and promise a future built on excellence.


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