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Gi or galvanized iron pipes are produced by coating a layer of zinc to protect them from corrosion and oxidation. The gi pipe weight per foot can be calculated using the wall thickness of the pipe along with the diameter of the pipe. The weight of a pipe plays a crucial part in planning and executing a piping project. The unit weight of gi pipe will determine whether these pipes require special apparatus/ setting to be installed or can be installed easily without any of the said requirements. Most of the gi pipe unit weight is comparatively less and is very easy to handle and maneuver. The size of these pipes normally ranges between 15mm to 150mm. The gi pipe is highly versatile and widely used in the transportation of potable water in mostly rural areas where the requirement for water is low. Refer to the end of the page to know more about the gi pipe weight chart.
The weight of gi pipe is based on the material grade, outer diameter, wall thickness, dimensions, specifications, and other elements that make a pipe a whole. The gi square pipe weight is based on the same values but for square pipes. These square pipes are preferred for various structural support applications and so are very strong even with low weights. In the Jindal, gi pipe thickness chart the thickness increases as the grade and the size of the pipe increase. These pipes are available in thickness up to 4.80mm, which can be easily customized on request. The Jindal gi pipe weight chart pdf gives a detailed outlook on the different pipes and their weight in various grades and sizes. To get a head start in setting up your piping system, refer to the gi pipe weight calculator to calculate the weight requirements of your systems.
The gi pipe weight in kg is between 9kg to 150kg. The lighter the pipes the easier they are to transport and fix in different systems. However, high-pressure and temperature systems require stronger and heavier pipes. The gi pipe density is measured by the measure of the mass of the pipe with the unit volume that will flow with it in the form of liquids or gases. This forms the basis for selecting a pipe for your system. The weight of g.i. pipe per meter can be higher or lower. The more the weigh the less is the flexibility of the pipe. Also, heavier pipes are expensive compared to a slightly lighter pipes. To know more about these galvanized iron pipes or find out more about the wt of gi pipe, contact us or visit our factory.