Black Iron Pipes


Black Iron Pipe was once the most popular choice for supply of water and flammable gases. Black Iron Pipe is still used in many homes and businesses to convey natural gas or propane fuel, and is a popular choice in fire sprinkler systems due to its high heat resistance. In commercial buildings, this pipe is used to convey heating or cooling water to heat exchangers, air handlers, variable air volume (VAV) devices, or other HVAC equipment.


Black iron pipes are steel pipes that are cut to length, threaded, and used in applications such as gas lines and water supply lines. They are primarily used for natural or propane gas lines, so when you have to work on your gas line, it's essential that you know how to deal with black iron piping. Because of the specific nature of such piping and a large variety of fittings that black iron pipes come in, projects or repairs involving this steel pipe can potentially be demanding and expensive.


Black Iron Pipe is sometimes joined using threaded connections, where tapered threads (see National Pipe Thread) are cut into the end of the tubing segment, sealant is applied in the form of thread sealing compound or thread seal tape (also known as PTFE or Teflon tape), and it is then threaded into a corresponding threaded fitting using two pipe wrenches.


Other variations of Black Iron Pipe include various stainless steel and chrome alloys.


Black Iron Pipe Prices

Solid Steel Supply has a wide selection of high-quality black iron pipes. Our black iron pipe prices will be available based on the current market and therefore you are assured with a fair trade from us.

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Black Iron Pipes
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