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Flanged Carbon Steel Pipe for Ducting

Flanged Carbon Steel Pipe for Ducting

Flanged Carbon Steel Pipe for Ducting

Can someone just use a flanged carbon steel pipe for industrial ducting, is this acceptable in HVAC industry standards?

RE: Flanged Carbon Steel Pipe for Ducting

It's a curious question to ask in the Caesar II forum .....

IMHO, carbon steel would be a poor choice for HVAC since there is likely to be internal corrosion due to moisture content if nothing else.

Nothing wrong with flanged pipe (perhaps a bit over the top in terms of strength), but I'd recommend thin stainless or aluminium.

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