Tubular sections or hollow cylinders, typically but not always circular in cross-section, are used largely to transport substances that flow — liquids and gases (fluids), slurries, powder, and small solid masses. Hollow pipe may also be used for structural purposes because it is significantly stiffer per unit weight than solid sections.
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Pipes (ABS) – ABS Pipes has a low melting temperature and is resistant to corrosive substances. This sort of pipe is suitable for draining sewage and wastewater from homes. It is appropriate for DWV (drain waste vent) systems.
Cast Iron Pipe– is widely used in city water distribution systems because of its high corrosion resistance and long life. For municipal water distribution systems, cast iron pipe is commonly utilized.
Chlorinated Poly Vinyl Chloride Pipes (CPVC) -It is a robust, rigid thermoplastic polymer used in residential buildings for hot and cold potable water applications.
PVC Pipes- These types of pipe are utilized in a wide range of piping applications, from drinking water transportation to drainage solutions to sophisticated fire-sprinkler systems.
Galvanized Steel Pipes– It has a protective zinc coating that prevents corrosion, rust, and mineral deposit accumulation, therefore prolonging the pipe’s lifespan. Galvanized steel pipe is used in plumbing and other water-supply applications.
Galvanized Iron Pipes– These types of pipes are composed of mild steel sheet. It has a lengthwise junction that is welded seam type. A G.I pipe is used to provide gas, water, or any other liquid within the structure.
High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Pipes – HDPE pipe is a kind of flexible plastic pipe that is commonly used to replace old concrete or steel mains pipes.
Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE) Pipes- This tubing can be used in plumbing for water softening lines. It’s resistant to a wide range of solvents, acids, alkalis, and gases. It is extremely stress fracture resistant, flexible, and long-lasting.
Polypropylene Pipes- These types of pipe are flexible and may be twisted and wrapped around various things. It is suitable for transporting hot liquids and gases in beverage and food processing applications. It can be used to sustain tiny fluid systems or as a liner in metal pipe systems.
Polythene Pipes– These types of pipes are used for cold water services.
Asbestos Cement Pipes– A concrete pipe made of Portland cement and asbestos fiber that is exceptionally corrosion resistant and is used in drainage systems, waterworks systems, and gas lines.
Stoneware Pipes-These are made in ceramic industries by burning soft soil at high temperatures. These are used to transport drainage in the subsurface.
Concrete Pipes– Concrete pipe has long been considered one of the strongest and most durable building materials available, and it is often used in the construction of storm water drains, culverts, sewers, and other structures that require heavy loads and a large amount of water flow.Brass Pipes-It is resistant to corrosion caused by water, heat, salinity, acids, minerals, and soils. It may be used in air, water, oil, natural gas, and steam applications.
Copper Pipes– It is manufactured in soft or hard copper and provides good corrosion resistance as well as dependable couplings. These types of pipe are widely used in the construction sector for water supply lines and refrigerant lines in HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems.
Steel Pipes– Steel pipes are cylindrical steel tubes that’s used in a variety of applications in industry and infrastructure.
Cross-Linked Polyethylene Pipes (PEX) – It is a kind of flexible material that is currently being used in new construction and renovation projects to replace traditional copper and galvanized steel water supply lines. It is primarily utilized in building services pipework systems, hydronic radiant heating and cooling systems, household water piping, and high tension (high voltage) electrical wire insulation.