What are Pipe Equipments
Pipe equipments, oil, gas transportation, all kinds of liquid transfer, etc. means all pipes, fittings, wrenches, cutting and clamping devices and all other materials and equipment used or intended to be used as part of or in connection with the construction, maintenance and operation of a pipeline for purposes
What Does Piping Equipment Include
The pipe clamp is a pipe attachment that clamps around the pipe to connect the pipe to the rest of a pipe hanger assembly. Pipe clamps are recommended for hanging cold pipelines and may or may not be insulated.
U-bolt is a U-shaped device with screw threads on both ends. U-bolts are primarily used to support piping, pipes through which liquids and gases pass. That’s why U-bolts are important to piping.
The Pipe Expander, applies evenly firm and consistent pressure to the pipe walls, lifts the clamp grooves, smoothes out indentations and rolls the pipe to prevent distortion.
A pipe compression Unit is a type of pipe fitting that uses an external thread to tighten the two ends together, and compression fittings are used for low pressure applications typically ranging from -5 psi to 125 psi.
Pipe cutting units are tools for slicing or cutting pipes. They are widely used by plumbers because of their reliability and efficiency. In addition to providing clean, professional-quality cuts, pipe cutters are often more convenient, quick and easy to use than alternatives such as hacksaws.
Union spanner is any of several types of wrenches designed to rotate threaded pipes and pipe fittings for assembly (tightening) or removal (loosening).