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Carbon steel schedule to be used

Carbon steel schedule to be used

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Can anybody help me and tell me what schedule Carbon Steel Pipe I need to use on High Pressure Air Lines at 40 Bar

RE: Carbon steel schedule to be used

Depends on the Code of Construction, diameter, grade of carbon steel, etc.

Start with your Code of Construction.  Follow that through.

RE: Carbon steel schedule to be used

Sch 40 will work, but I would use Sch 80 up to about 4"NPS.  Then I would do an engineering eval using the code of construction.  If no c-of-c is mandated, use ASME B31.3.  It is excellent.

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