Depending on the application and usage goals, specifically for oxygen lancing, end users of lance pipes have additional alternatives for employing steel pipes to increase efficiency. Today, we'll give you an overview of the three primary steel pipe types that are employed in the steel melting and refining process: mild steel pipe, ceramic coating pipe, and calorized pipe. In this blog, we are going to introduce you to our Ceramic Coating Pipes as one alternative option for your business plan to enhance usage performance.
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Mild steel (MS) pipes are made of steel with a low carbon content (less than 0.25 %). Due to the pipes' low carbon content, they do not harden and are simple to use. Since MS Pipes are formed out of mild steel, they can easily be welded and shaped into a variety of shapes and sizes for pipelining and tubing applications. This sort is frequently used for lancing purposes in the production of steel as well as a range of industrial and technical applications. When compared to other steels, mild steel pipe is resilient and reasonably priced, but since it has a low carbon level, it is vulnerable to oxidation if not adequately coated. MS Pipes are easily manufactured, readily accessible, or welded.
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Daiwa Calorized Lance Pipe
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Daiwa Ceramic Coating Lance Pipe
Ceramic Coated Lance Pipes (CC Lance Pipe) are manufactured by applying a special refractory coating on the inside and outside of mild steel pipe. Depending upon the normal bore of the pipe refractory coats are applied both inside and outside of the pipe. This improves the resistance of the Ceramic Coated Pipes to the attack of liquid metal and slag. It is used in Electric Arc Furnace for oxygen, and other gas blowing. The Coating Layers are provided in more than 1-time coating layer, depending on each customer's requirement. Compared to Calorized Lance pipe, Ceramic Coated Lance pipe is easier to burn during usage.
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