Schedule 40 Galvanized Steel Pipe Near Me
Sch40 galvanized steel pipe
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Standard Pipe Schedule 40 ASTM A 53 Grade A and B
This photo shows the Schedule 40 pipe sheet, you will find the standard pipe size in this sheet.
Extra Heavy Schedule 80 ASTM A 53 Grade A
This photo shows the Schedule 80 pipe sheet, you will find the standard pipe size in this sheet.
ASTM A 53 Schedule 40 and Schedule 80 pipes use scope
This standard used for black and galvanized pipe is manufactured for ordinary use in steam, water, gas and air lines.
Mechanical Properties of ASTM A 53 Schedule 40 and Schedule 80 pipes
Grade A: Yield 30,000 [205 Mpa] psi minimum Tensile: 48,000 [330 Mpa] minimum
Grade B: Yield 35,000 [240 Mpa] psi minimum Tensile: 60,000 [415 Mpa] minimum
What is the difference between Schedule 40 and Schedule 80 pipes?
These two terms each refer to the wall thickness of the pipes in question. Schedule 40 pipes will have the same outside diameter as Schedule 80 pipes and a different inside diameter.
Because of the difference in sizes, Schedule 40 pipes and fittings will have different applications than Schedule 80 pipes and fittings. Because Schedule 80 pipes and fittings are thicker, they are better applied to jobs that require higher in-pipe pressure or higher water temperature. The wall thickness becomes more important when dealing with larger pipes. 2” Schedule 80 Pipes will be rated up to 400 PSI compared to a rating of 280 PSI for 2” Schedule 40 pipe. Smaller pipe diameters will result in a stronger pipe, and thus will withstand higher water pressure.
Because of Schedule 80's hardier qualities, it is less often used in the irrigation supply and landscape business (about 5% of the time) and more often used in industrial businesses. To top that off, Schedule 80 is quite a bit more expensive than Schedule 40. When cost is an issue (as it usually is), Schedule 40 is more friendly.
Application of Sch40 galvanized steel pipe
ordinary use in steam, water, gas and air lines, like greenhouse pipe, silo pipe, ventilation pipe, civil water pipe, etc.