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Store SKU #666351

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3/4 in. x 10 ft. Steel Wrapped Pipe

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VPC GREEN Wrapped 3/4 in. x 10 ft. Steel Wrapped Pipe is ideal for use where systems will not exceed 230 degrees Fahrenheit. The pipe is wrapped and made from steel for added strength.

  • Steel construction
  • For use where systems will not exceed 230 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Can be buried
  • 200 psi rating
  • For use with Natural Gas or Liquid Propane
  • Green color coating represents GAS
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Cathodic disbondment

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April 26, 2016
Does the epoxy coating also protect from cathodic disbondment that occurs underground with steel pipe? A reviewer on this page showed a photo of this pipe that was pretty beat up...kind of scary.
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April 29, 2016
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Hi ffpmlex, The green epoxy coating on our wrapped pipe is intended to protect the exterior of our steel pipe from rust and corrosion when it is directly burried in the earth. However, that is only if the coating remains 100% intact. Any place on the pipe where the coating has been removed, either intentionally or accidentally, will be vulnerable. It will be susceptible to cathodic disbondment. After the Read More
Hi ffpmlex, The green epoxy coating on our wrapped pipe is intended to protect the exterior of our steel pipe from rust and corrosion when it is directly burried in the earth. However, that is only if the coating remains 100% intact. Any place on the pipe where the coating has been removed, either intentionally or accidentally, will be vulnerable. It will be susceptible to cathodic disbondment. After the pipe has been fitted, it is important to re-coat or wrap any place on the pipe or fittings where the epoxy has been scratched or chipped off. Read Less
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Can Galvanized Steel pipe be used for natural gas service ?

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3/4 in. x 10 ft. Steel Wrapped Pipe
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March 29, 2016
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Hi Sandy - Yes galvanized steel pipe may be used to plumb natural gas in some areas, but not always. Different jurisdictions can vary on the use of galvanized steel pipe for natural gas. This can be a long discussion with several pros / cons to discuss. I am going to assume that you are asking because you want to route the pipe in ground? (Direct Bury.) Generally speaking, the best material for direct Read More
Hi Sandy - Yes galvanized steel pipe may be used to plumb natural gas in some areas, but not always. Different jurisdictions can vary on the use of galvanized steel pipe for natural gas. This can be a long discussion with several pros / cons to discuss. I am going to assume that you are asking because you want to route the pipe in ground? (Direct Bury.) Generally speaking, the best material for direct burial is Poly Gas Pipe. Depending on the soil conditions, I think that the next best is steel wrapped pipe and where allowed, Galvanized. If I can assist you further, give us a call. we are here from 8 - 5PM Pacific Time M-F (6610 257-3923 Ask for Jon Read Less
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Used as cross bar in trellis,will this sag across a 12ft span? 1" diam? Other pipe suggestion?

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February 28, 2016
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Hi Esther, you can expect a slight sag if not supported over a 10' span. The 1" will have less of a sag. For more information, give us a call. (661) 257-3923 M-F from 8-5PM Pacific Time Zone.
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can I have this pipe cut and threaded in the store?

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June 11, 2015
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Yes, wrapped pipe can be cut to length and threaded. Contact your local store directly to verify their hours for providing this service. Be aware that the clamping, cutting, threading and fitting process will create nicks and scratches in the protective epoxy coating. These nicks and scratches must be repaired in order to keep the pipe protected from corrosion when it is buried in the ground. In many Read More
Yes, wrapped pipe can be cut to length and threaded. Contact your local store directly to verify their hours for providing this service. Be aware that the clamping, cutting, threading and fitting process will create nicks and scratches in the protective epoxy coating. These nicks and scratches must be repaired in order to keep the pipe protected from corrosion when it is buried in the ground. In many areas, local codes will dictate that the scratches in the coating be repaired by applying an anti-corrosion primer and or wrapping the touched –up area with anti-corrosion tape. Read Less
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by buyer beware This gas pipe was in the ground for less than 3 years and all 100+ ft corroded. There may have been some operator error but this stuff is too fragile for anyone sane to install. I tried to contact the manufacturer but they don;t want to hear from anyone. July 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by For "Buyer Beware" You actually have to put the pipe primer on all the joints,fittings and you also have to put the pipe primer where ever you yse the pipe wrench because the pipe will corrode where the teeth marks are at. After installing the pipe primer you got to wrap it with 10 mil tape. ( if u want to do it right). January 14, 2016
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