|Wall Thickness:||0.1875 in|
|Port 1 Pipe Size:||2 1/2|
|Port 1 Type:||Non-Threaded|
|Port 2 Pipe Size:||2 1/2|
|Port 2 Type:||Non-Threaded|
|Overall Length:||3 ft|
|Maximum Operating Pressure:||150 psi|
|Maximum Operating Pressure @ Temperature:||150 psi at 366° F|
|Maximum Steam Pressure:||945 psi|
|Maximum Steam Pressure @ Temperature:||945 psi at 650° F|
|Minimum Operating Temperature:||-20 ° F|
|Maximum Operating Temperature:||650 ° F|
|For Substance Type:||Steam; Natural Gas; Oil; Air|
|Specifications Met:||ASME B31.3; API 5L; ASTM A53|
About Black Pipe
Use durable black steel pipe in low-pressure pipe systems where you need the strength of steel but where corrosion is not a concern, such as when transporting natural gas and oil. Black pipe isn't coated (like galvanized pipe), so there's less concern about pipe clogs since there's no coating that can flake off. This pipe is also used in pipe systems that carry steam, sewage, or nonpotable cold water.
Pipe is generally longer than 12". For shorter lengths, use pipe nipples, which are typically less than 12" long.
Add your own threads to unthreaded pipe so you can use the pipe with fittings that have different thread types. Unthreaded pipe can also be welded for a permanent connection, which is ideal in systems that require a leak-resistant seal but don't require frequent maintenance. Unthreaded pipe can also be connected to existing threaded pipe with a compatible fitting.