API 5L X 60 LSAW (PSL-2), OD 762mm (30") x WT 14.3mm
Ausin Pipeline Material &Equipment Co.,Ltd.
is a leading stockholder ,distributor and manufacture of LSAW steel pipe,
SSAW steel pipe, Seamless steel pipe, Casing pipe, ERW welded pipe, forged pipe fitting, butt weld pipe fitting, kinds of flange in carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel and different standards.
Our expert products are high grade LSAW steel pipe and EFW steel pipe especially large diameter, thick wall LSAW steel pipe, short for longitudinal submerged Arc Welded steel pipe. With one advanced JCOE production lines of LSAW pipe ,we manufacture national standard API SPEC 5L, ISO3183, EN10217, EN10219, ASTMA691,ASTMA672,ASTMA515,ASTMA53,ASTMA252, GB9711, LSAW steel pipes etc. The Size is from OD 406mm to OD 1524mm .Wall thickness scope from 7.92mm to 38mm.
In addition, we have ten thousand tons stock year round of Lsaw steel pipes and Seamless steel pipes in different sizes. Seamless pipe diameter from 21mm to 920mm,Lsaw steel pipe diameter from
LSAW steel tube (Longitudinally Submerged Arc Welding, abbreviated as LSAW) is a professional expression term for straight seam submerged arc welded steel pipe.
The LSAW steel pipe is produced by using a single plate as a raw material, pressing (rolling) the steel plate into a tube blank in a mold or a molding machine, and adopting double-sided submerged arc welding and expanding the diameter. The finished product has a wide range of specifications, and the weld has good toughness, plasticity, uniformity and compactness, and has the advantages of large pipe diameter, thick pipe wall, high pressure resistance, low temperature resistance and corrosion resistance.
When constructing high-strength, high-quality long-distance oil and gas pipelines, most of the required steel pipes are large-diameter thick-walled straight seam submerged arc welded pipes. According to the API standard, in large oil and gas pipelines, the straight seam submerged arc welded pipe is the only designated pipe type when passing through Class I and Class 2 areas such as high-altitude zones, seabeds, and urban densely populated areas.