Carbon Steel Pipes and Pipe Fittings

Carbon Steel Pipes and Pipe Fittings

Carbon steel pipes and pipe fittings serve as vital components in a multitude of industries, including oil and gas, construction, and manufacturing. At Ashapura Steel, we offer a diverse range of high-quality carbon steel pipes meticulously designed to cater to the diverse requirements of various applications.

Our carbon steel pipes and pipe fittings supplier in Maharashtra encompasses different types, including both seamless and welded pipes. We provide a broad spectrum of sizes and grades to ensure that you find precisely the product that suits your needs. These pipes are manufactured using cutting-edge technology and advanced manufacturing techniques, assuring compliance with the highest quality standards.

Types of Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings

Carbon steel pipe fittings and flanges are essential components in any piping system. They connect pipes, change the direction of flow, and regulate fluid pressure. Carbon steel is a popular material for these components because it is strong, durable, and resistant to corrosion. In this section, we will discuss the different types of carbon/mild steel pipe fittings and flanges.

Butt Weld Fittings

Butt weld fittings are welded directly onto the ends of pipes to create a permanent connection. They are available in various shapes such as elbows, tees, reducers, caps, etc. Butt weld fittings have a smooth inner surface that minimizes frictional resistance and turbulence.

Socket Weld Fittings

Socket weld fittings are similar to butt weld fittings but have a socket at one end that fits over the pipe end. The other end is welded directly to the pipe. Socket weld fittings are commonly used for small-diameter pipes or high-pressure applications.

Threaded Fittings

Threaded fittings have threads on both ends that allow them to be screwed onto pipes without welding. They come in various shapes such as elbows, tees, couplings, unions, etc. Threaded fittings are easy to install and disassemble but may not be suitable for high-pressure applications.


Flanges are flat discs with bolt holes around their circumference that connect two pipes together or attach valves or other equipment to pipes. There are several types of flanges including slip-on flanges, weld neck flanges, blind flanges, lap joint flanges and threaded flanges.

Slip-On Flange

Slip-on flange has a low hub because the pipe slips into it before welding which makes it easier to align than other types of flange when installing.

Weld Neck Flange

The Weld neck flange has a long tapered hub which provides an important reinforcement for use in several applications involving high pressure, sub-zero and/or elevated temperatures.

Blind Flange

The blind flange is used to close the end of a pipe. It is sometimes referred to as a blanking flange.

Lap Joint Flange

A lap joint flange is similar to slip-on flanges but with a radius at the intersection of the bore and the flange face to accommodate a lap stub end.

Threaded Flange

Threaded flanges are used in low-pressure applications where welding is not possible or necessary. They can also be used for small-bore piping systems.

Carbon Steel Pipes and Pipe Fittings Specifications

DimensionsASME, ASTM, and API
TypeWelded / ERW / Seamless / Fabricated
FormHydraulic, Round, Etc
Size1/2 NB to 36 NB
LengthMinimum 3 to Maximum 18 Meters
EndBeveled End, Plain End, Treaded
SchedulesSchedule 40, 80, 160, XS, XXS

Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings Specification

Dimensions Schedule Carbon Steel FittingsASME/ ANSI B16.9, MSS-SP-43, ASME B16.28, BS1560, BS4504, BS4504, BS10
Carbon Steel Buttweld fittings ThicknessSCH10, SCH20, SCH 120, SCH 140, XS, SCHEDULE 80, SCH 100, SCH30, STD SCH40, SCH60, SCH 160, XXS available with Standard NACE MR 01-75
SpecificationsASTM A234/ ASME SA234
Carbon Steel Fittings sizeSeamless Butt Weld Fittings: 1/2″ – 10″ Welded Butt Weld Fittings: 1/2″ – 48″
Carbon Steel Fittings TypesSeamless / Welded / ERW / Fabricated Fittings
Bending RadiusR= 1D, 5D, 6D, 3D, 2D, 8D, 10D or Custom Fittings
Size Range½” NB to 24″ NB in Sch 10s, Schedule 40s, 160s, 80s, XXS. (DN6~DN100)
Carbon Steel ElbowAngle : 22.5 deg, 30 deg, 45 deg, 180 deg, 90 degree, 1.0D, 1.5D, 2.0D, 2.5D, 3D, 4D, 5D, 6D, 7D-40D. Standard: ASME B16.28, ASME B16.9, ASME B16.25, MSS SP-75 DIN2605 JISB2312, GB, ISO
Speciality in90º Elbow, 45 degree Elbow, Crosses, Tees, Reducers, Pipe Cap, Stub End, Pipe Bend
Application- Fittings To Connect Pipe & Tubes in Petroleum, Metallurgy, Power, Construction, Gas, Chemical, Shipbuilding etc
- Schedule 40 fittings have a thicker wall for higher-pressure applications.
- Schedule 10 fittings are an economical alternative for lower-pressure applications.

Carbon Steel Seamless Pipes Specification

StandardASTM A53 Gr B, ASME SA53 Gr B, API-5L Gr B, ASTM A106 Gr B, ASME SA106 Gr B, ASTM A106 Gr C, PSL 1 and PSL2
StandardASTM, ASME and API
Size15 NB UP TO Carbon Steel NB IN SCH 5S, 10S,10, 20, 40S, 40, STD, 60, 80S, 80, XS, 100, 120, 140, 160 & XXS
LengthSingle Random, Double Random & Required Length, Cut Length
EndPlain End, Beveled End, Treaded

Carbon Steel Welded Pipes and Pipe Fittings

TypesWall thicknessOut diameterLength
NB Sizes (in stock)Schedule 5 / 10 / 40 / 80 / 1601/8” ~ 8”6m
Carbon Steel Welded Pipes Suppliers(in Stock + Custom Sizes)1.0 ~ 15.0 mm5.0mm ~ 1219.2mm6m
API 5L Carbon Steel Seamless Pipes Suppliers(Custom Sizes)As per requirement5.0mm ~ 203.2mm6m

Carbon Steel Pipes sizes

Carbon Steel Pipe Fittings Sizes Range

Carbon Steel Fittings weights

Carbon Steel Fittings
Sizes1/2″ – 12″
Most famous types Fittings90º Long Radius, 90º Short Radii, 45 degree Elbow, Concentric Reducers, Eccentric Reducers, Tees, Reducing Tees and Stub Ends Fittings
ScheduleSch 10S – Schedule 80S
LengthMinimum 3 to Maximum 18 Meters
EndBeveled End, Plain End, Treaded
SchedulesSchedule 40, 80, 160, XS, XXS

Product range and theoretical weights(kg)

Industrial Application of Carbon Steel Pipes

DNSchedule 105Schedule 105Schedule 105
-90° Elbow45° ElbowEqual tee90° Elbow45° ElbowEqual tee90° Elbow45° ElbowEqual tee

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1)What are the 4 types of carbon steel?

Carbon steel is a broad category of steel that primarily consists of iron and carbon but can also contain small amounts of other elements. There are several types of carbon steel, and they are categorized based on their carbon content and properties.
*Low Carbon Steel (Mild Steel)
*Medium Carbon Steel
*High Carbon Steel
*Ultra-High Carbon Steel

2)What is the use of carbon steel in Maharshtra?

Carbon steel is used in a wide range of applications in the state of Maharashtra, India, as it is used throughout the country and the world. Maharashtra is one of the most industrialized and economically developed states in India, and it has a diverse range of industries and applications for carbon steel.In maharshtra carbon steel used in Construction and Infrastructure,Automotive Industry,Manufacturing and Fabrication.

3)Is carbon steel safe?

Carbon steel is generally considered safe for many applications, but its safety depends on several factors, including its intended use, the environment it’s exposed is safe for Food Safety,Industrial and Structural Safety,Corrosion Resistance,Health and Safety Concerns.carbon steel can be safe for various applications when used correctly and in the appropriate context.

4)What is the weight of carbon steel?

The weight of carbon steel depends on several factors, including its shape (e.g., sheet, plate, round bar, square tubing), dimensions, and density. Carbon steel has a density of approximately 7.85 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³) or 7850 kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m³). To calculate the weight of a specific piece of carbon steel, you can use the following formula-

Weight (in kilograms) = Volume (in cubic meters) x Density (in kg/m³)

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