Pressure ratings of pipes and tubes and their fittings - carbon steel , stainless steel, plastic, copper and more.
Calculate ASME 31.3 allowable pressure
A survey of one of the most important pressure pipe codes - ASME B31, earlier known as ANSI B31.
Maximum working pressure of carbon steel pipe at temperature 400oF.
Calculate pipes internal, allowable and bursting pressure.
Pressure (psig) and temperature (deg F) ratings for A-53 B and A-106 B, A333, A334 and API 5L carbon steel pipes - temperatures ranging 100 degF - 700 degF.
ASTM B88 seamless copper water tubes - working pressures.
Polyethylene - PE - pipes and pressure classes.
Pressure numbers (PN) vs. flange class designations.
Maximum operating and required burst pressure of PVC - Polyvinyl Chloride - pipe fittings.
Allowable pressure for standard seamless A312-TP316/316L stainless steel pipes - temperatures 100oF to 750oF.
Theoretical bursting and working pressure of wrought steel standard, extra strong and double extra strong pipes.
Young's Modulus (or Tensile Modulus alt. Modulus of Elasticity) and Ultimate Tensile Strength and Yield Strength for materials like steel, glass, wood and many more.
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