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Tycoon piping is one of the large manufacturers for high quality Seamless Carbon Steel Pipe CSA Z245.1. The pipeline design specification CSA Z662 allows for use of Csa Z245.1 Carbon Steel Pipe, ASTM grade pipe, API 5L pipe, etc. provided that the product properties have been determined by a professional engineer as appropriate for that service. Seamless CSA Z245.1 has its own tables for product dimensions, the table is to great extent identical to that of ASME B36.10, especially as they refer to normal schedules of pipe (STD, XXS, XS and numbered schedules). Therefore, Seamless Z245.1 pipe product are often multi-certified to similar API 5L grades and ASTM, where the requirements of all these specifications met.
One important point of difference between API 5L and Seamless CSA Z245.1 is regarding impact testing. API 5L has PSL1 (no impact requirement) and PSL2 (impact energy requirement). Similarly, Seamless CSA Z245.1 has Category 1 (no impact requirement), Category 3 (impact energy requirement) and Category 2 (impact energy and % shear requirement). This is often confusing as the numbers appear mixed up. Also, where API 5L demands the impact test temperature for PSL2 at 32F, Seamless Z245.1 test temperature is as per the clients order (commonly -5C for buried piping, -45C for low temp applications, -29C for ASME applications).
Despite the fact that CSA Z245.1 has its own tables for item measurements, the table is incomprehensibly indistinguishable to that of ASME B36.10, particularly as they allude to typical calendars of pipe (STD, XS, XXS, and numbered plans). Consequently, Z245.1 pipe items are frequently multi-confirmed to comparative ASTM and API 5L grades, where the prerequisites of every one of these details are met. Note that the Z245.1 spec necessitates that the pipe have metric measurements expressed (Canada formally received the decimal standard for measuring during the 1970s), however ostensible pipe size and calendars are still in all respects usually utilized.
Though the Z245.1 grades appear foreign to many engineers, they are generally the metric equivalent (in MPa) of the API 5L grades. One significant point of difference between CSA Z245.1 and API 5L is regarding impact testing. API 5L has PSL1 (no impact requirements) and PSL2 (impact energy requirements). Similarly, CSA Z245.1 has Category 1 (no impact requirements), Category 3 (impact energy requirements) and Category 2 (impact energy and % shear requirements) – see below for more details. This is often confusing for purchasers and pipe factories, as the numbers appear mixed up. Also, where Csa Z245.1 Carbon Steel Pipe the impact test temperature for PSL2 at 32F (0C), Z245.1 test temperature is as per the purchase order (-29C for ASME applications, commonly -5C for buried piping, -45C for low temp applications).