The Structural Pipes from Hi Tech Pipes offer the highest quality and are backed by a commitment to trust. From its durable construction to its superior craftsmanship, these structural pipes are designed to last. The pipes are corrosion-resistant and made with the highest grade materials, ensuring that your job is done right the first time.
Product Features for Structural Pipes
Strong and Durable: able to withstand heavy loads and pressure
Versatility: can be used in a variety of applications
Corrosion resistance: coated with a protective layer to prevent corrosion
Easy installation: can be easily installed using a range of methods
Customization: can be customized to meet specific project requirements
Sustainable: made from recycled materials
Cost-effective: durable and require minimal maintenance.
Structural pipes from Hi Tech Pipes are some of the most versatile and widely used pipes on the market. They are available in a range of sizes, materials, and finishes, so you can find the perfect pipe for any project. The pipes are also designed to be easy to install, so you can get your project up and running quickly. Whether you’re looking for a pipe for a commercial building, or other infrastructure project, Hi Tech Pipes’ structural pipes are the perfect choice.
Structural Pipes are used in a variety of applications, including:
Building foundations: Structural pipes can be used as foundation piles to support the weight of a building
Bridges: Structural pipes are commonly used in bridge construction, both as support beams and as part of the bridge’s superstructure.
Tunnels: Structural pipes can be used to support the walls and roof of a tunnel
Industrial structures: Structural pipes can be used in the construction of industrial buildings and structures
Utility poles: Structural pipes are often used to make utility poles
Scaffolding: Structural pipes can be used to create scaffolding for construction projects
Fencing: Structural pipes can be used to create fences, gates, and other barriers
The outside diameter (O.D.) of tubing is calculated using measurements in inches (e.g., 1.250) or fractions of inches (e.g., 1-1/4′′). NOMINAL PIPE SIZE is typically used to measure pipes (NPS).