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Carbon Steel Pipe

Cement Lined Pipe

Also known as (MSCL) (Mild Steel Cement Lined). Cement Lined Pipe is used in the transmission of potable water and sewage applications. It is also used when the process fluid may corrode regular carbon steel pipe.

Due to the fragility of the cement lined coating, it is recommended that the pipe is handled as delicately as possible. This includes the use of rubber covered hooks or other equipment that prevents the damage of the lining.

Properties

The Hazen Williams coefficient for new cement lined pipe is typically between 135-150.

Maximum velocity of a fluid of cement lined pipe is 7-9 feet per second.

Mortar Thicknesses often vary per manufacturer. They typically mortar thicknesses available are:

  • 1/4"
  • 5/16"
  • 3/8"
  • 1/2"
  • 5/16"
  • 3/4"
  • 1"
Nominal Pipe Size AWWA C205 Mortar Thickness Maximum Span
In. In. Ft.
2 0.25 21
2¬Ω 0.25 26
3 0.25 26
4 0.25 26
6 0.25 34
8 0.25 39
10 0.25 40
12 0.3125 42
14 0.3125 43
16 0.3125 45
18 0.3125 48
20 0.3125 48
22 0.3125 50
24 0.375 50

PVC Pipe

Gate valve and check valve

PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) pipe is a white plastic, rigid, corrosion resistant, pressure pipe. It comes in schedules 40, 80, 120 and IPS sizes 1/8" through 24". It is generally resistant to most acids and chemicals.

Stainless Steel Pipe

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