Spiral welded pipes, as the name suggests, are steel pipes produced in spiral form by sewing completely by submerged arc welding method. The rolls are straightened into strips and directed to the reels to be brought into the desired form. Roll band edges bent at a predetermined angle according to the pipe diameter are optimally combined for welding.
Internal and external resources are constantly controlled throughout the production line. The welding places of the sheet metal, which is first internally and then externally joined by the submerged arc welding method, are 100% controlled by an automatic ultrasonic control system. After the roll band is in the form of a pipe, it is cut in desired lengths with an automatic plasma machine.
Gas and Oil Pipelines
API 5L, EN 10208, DIN 2470, ISO 3183, GOST 20295 TS 6047
EN 10217, AWWA C-200, BS 534, DIN 2460, UNI 6363
DIN 1626, EN 10224, NFA 49150
General Purpose Pipes
ASTM A-53, BS 3601
ASTM A-252, DIN 17120, EN 10219
AWWA C-208, BS 534
ø219,1mm- ø3561mm (85/8”-140”)
Hot Rolled Coils
Internal and external continuous submerged arc welding (SAW)
API 5L (Grade A-X80), EN 10025 (S235-S355)
EN 10217 (P195TR1-P265TR2)
Pipe Connection Details