Detroit Nipple Works has extensive experience with carbon steel weld fittings. We have decades of experience in our industry working with carbon steel. We can make and size most any industrial carbon steel weld fitting you may need. At Detroit Nipple Works, we have a large variety of butt weld fittings to choose from.
We always maintain the proper industry standards and our company has high standards that we apply to all of our products. All of our industrial carbon steel weld fittings are very durable and are available in many shapes and sizes. The dimensions can vary depending on the fitting you need such as long radius elbows, straight tees, 180 returns, and others. There are some good benefits in using carbon steel such as safety, carbon steel does not need to be protected with glues or preservatives, which makes them a lot more safe to handle.
Carbon steel pipes are corrosion resistant and resistance to shock. Carbon pipes are also safe for the environment and have high tensile strength and carbon pipes can be a cost-effective choice or alternative. Finally, If you are looking for high-quality carbon steel weld fittings at a reasonable price, make your next project a great success by giving us a call at 313-872-6370 or use our easy quote form and put Detroit Nipple Works to work for you today!
When you need high-quality custom black nipples for your job, Detroit Nipple works is the company to trust. Whether it’s repairing an old pipe, connecting different pipe fittings, or extending the reach of a current pipe, we are here to ensure you get exactly what you need. We listen to your specifications and then fabricate our high-quality materials to create nipples that will fit the job correctly the first time. We offer products that can vary in thread count, coating material, length and schedule number. Which will ensure a product that will help you get the job done.
Black steel pipe nipples are made from carbon steel welded pipe that create a long lasting product with durability. The black nipples have practical applications jobs that deal with steam, natural gas, and oil. This is because of the fire and corrosion resistant materials they are made of. Corrosion can also be slowed by the schedule number of the pipe. With higher numbers, you will get a thicker pipe, which will affect the rate of corrosion.
For example in a steam pipe system schedule, 40 pipe is often used whereas a schedule 80 steel pipe will be used for a condensate pipe. Also, the reason for this is that the condensate is corrosive and thicker steel will provide a longer service life for the condensate pipe.
Finally, here at Detroit Nipple works we offer: