IBC (Tianjin) Industrial Co., Ltd offer a full range of BS EN10255 Galvanized steel pipe and tube. Over the years this material has been known by many names including BS 1387 steel tube, gas list, steam tube, blue band, red band and many others. Our EN10255 steel pipe is available in full random 6.5m and half random 3.25m lengths. In terms of connections we can supply tube with plain ends, BSPT taper screwed and socket as well as grooved ends.
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EN10255 Galvanized Steel Pipes H & Medium Series:
BS EN 10255 pipe is a non-alloy steel tubes which is suitable for welding and threading and provides a numerous options for the finish of tubes ends and coatings.
EN 10255 has two types: Heavy type and Medium Type.
- Outside Diameter (O.D): 10.6 mm -166.5 mm
- Wall Thickness (W.T) : 2.0 mm – 5.4 mm
- Length: 5800 mm / 6000 mm
- Pipe Ends Process: Plain, Threaded, Threaded & Socketed.
Our main products including EN 10255 carbon steel tube, EN 10255 steel tube, EN 10255 seamless steel tube, EN 10255 welded steel tube, EN 10255 Type L series steel tube, EN 10255 L1 series steel tube, EN 10255 L2 series steel tube.
EN 10255 Tubes Chemical Composition and Mechanical Properties:
EN10255 Galvanized Steel Pipe (Hot Dipped)
EN 10255 (BS 1387), Specification for screwed and socketed steel tubes for plain end steel tubes suitable for welding or for screwing. EN 10255 Grade S195T a commonly used material for gas, liquid, water, etc.
One of the most ordinary surface finishes used on bs en 10255 material is galvanization. In this process, BS EN10255 galvanised dipped in a hot vat of solution that contains zinc.
The liquid zinc gets attached to the surface of the BS EN 10255 Steel Pipe, thus it covers every inch of it with a thick zinc layer. Zinc is a component which provides superior atmospheric corrosion resistance. And because the zinc coating layer is much thicker in comparison to a plain electroplating layer. The possibility of corrosion in din en 10255 threaded tube is much lower.
Another coating is blackening, where the en10255 seamless is coated with a black oxide layer. Thereby reducing its light refection, while offering a milder form of corrosion resistance properties. Under advanced rolling technology, our steel tubes have smaller tolerance range. Professional technicians appointed for inspection of this inside and outside surface of non-alloy steel pipes.
EN10255 S195T Seamless Tubing Manufacturer in China
Non-alloyed materials used to manufacture threaded or welded pipes produced under standard EN 10255. A number of options are provided by this standard for the finish of the EN 10255 Pipe ends and coatings. One of the most common surface finishes used on these non-alloyed pipes is galvanization. In this process, an EN-10255 Threaded Steel Pipe dipped in a hot vat of solution that contains zinc. The molten zinc gets attached to the surface of the BS EN 10255 Steel Pipe, thereby covering every inch of the steel with a thick layer of zinc.
Zinc is an element that offers superior resistance to atmospheric corrosion. And since the layer of zinc coating is much thicker in comparison to a plain electroplating layer. The chances of corrosion in an EN 10255 Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Tube is much lower.
Another coating suggested by most manufacturers is blackening, where the Welded Steel Pipe BS EN 10255:2004 is coated with a layer of black oxide. Thereby reducing its light refection, while offering a milder form of corrosion resistance properties.
This particular standard envelopes EN 10255 steel pipe which produced with a specified outside diameter ranging between 10.2 mm to 16551 mm. Or the size of the thread ranging between 1/8 to 6 inches. The standard also covers EN 10255 Non-Alloy Steel Tubes in two series. Medium and heavy, in addition to three kinds of designated thicknesses.
Application of EN10255 Galvanized Steel Pipe
IBC Metal Group, one of the large manufacturers for high quality BS EN10255 Standard. Non-alloy steel tube is appropriate to welding and threads. It mainly used for transporting petroleum and fluids.
Light, Medium & Heavy series available from EN10255 Galvanized steel pipe & Black one standard suitable for Fire Fighting, water lines (Cold & Hot), Gas lines, HVAC lines as well as Electric Poles. EN 10255 standards set the allowable deviation range of non-alloy steel tube for threads and welding.
BS EN 10255 tube is available in a range of finishes, these include red oxide primer painted, HDG galvanised and self-colour, also known as black or unfinished steel. Each finish is available in both medium and heavy wall thicknesses to suit a just about any pressure requirement. Available sizes start from as little as 1/2″ (15mm) nominal bore and work their way all the way up to 6” or DN150. So whether you’re fitting a sprinkler system, diesel, petrol or oil line, non-potable water system or even planning weld or to coat the tube yourself we’ve got the right material, finish, grade and size for you!
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