spiral pipe

spiral pipe

[′spī·rəl ′pīp]
(design engineering)
Strong, lightweight steel pipe with a single continuous welded helical seam from end to end.
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With a production speed of 10 m per minute, the new plant easily outperforms the conventional spiral pipe plants previously used by Group Five Pipe Saudi.
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The comparison shows that the relative error between the integral mean temperature evaluated by Equation 11 and the arithmetic mean temperature of those at points A, B, C, and D is less than 0.06% over the whole spiral pipe for the investigated case.
Alaska Sheet Metal workers can cut metal pieces with the company's 5-foot by 10-foot plasma table, form numerous sizes of spiral pipe with its spiral and oval machines and bend stainless steel, copper, aluminum and "mild" steel into a variety of possible configurations with its computerized 135-ton press brake.
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