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Model # 584-480HC

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3/4 in. x 4 ft. Black Steel Pipe

  • Suitable for both oil and gas applications
  • Resists oxidation with protective coating
  • Withstands 700 psi max pressure and 250 degrees F max temperature
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About This Product

Black pipe is used for oil and gas applications only. Protective varnish coating to prevent oxidation. Threaded ends comply with ANSI B1.20.1 standards.

Highlights

  • Protective varnish coating to prevent oxidation
  • Male threaded connection
  • Standard threaded pipe ends comply with ANSI B1.20.1
  • Pipe complies with ANSI/ASTM A.733, A53
  • NAFTA approved
  • Check your local building codes prior to installation
  • Note: product may vary by store
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Product Information

Internet # 100192945

Model # 584-480HC

Store SKU # 817821

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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual inside diameter (in.)

.75

Actual outside diameter (in.)

1.05

Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)

3/4"

Pipe Wall Thickness (In.)

0.113

Product Length (ft.)

4 ft

Details

Application

Natural Gas, Oil

Color Family

Black

Color/Finish

Black

Connectivity

Threaded

Material

Steel

Maximum Flow Rate (gallons per minute)

16.6

Maximum working pressure (psi)

1454

Maximum Working Temperature (F)

650

Minimum working temperature (F)

-20

Pack Size

1

Pipe Features

No Additional Features

Pipe or Fitting Product Type

Pipe & Tubing

Product Weight (lb.)

4.54 lb

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings

ASTM Compliant

Manufacturer Warranty

1 year

Questions & Answers

11Questions
caret
Q:What calculation was used to determine the following spec: Maximum Flow Rate (gallons per minute) 16.6
by|Mar 16, 2021
1 Answer
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A:  Hi John, this was calculated using several variables: Inner Diameter, Outer Diameter, velocity, temperature and pressure. This flow rate of 16.6 GPM is based on a 3/4-in pipe transporting water at 72-degrees Fahrenheit. This can change based on the medium being transported as well as temperature and pressure. We hope this helps with your project.

by|Mar 23, 2021
    caret
    Q:Can this be used for water plumbing applications, or just oil and gas?
    by|Oct 7, 2020
    3 Answers
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    A:  This is black iron pipe and will begin rusting immediately on contact with water. Best to stick with Copper pipe or one of the approved plastic solutions

    by|Oct 8, 2020

    A:  Hi Ron, we recommend using alternative piping methods for water applications as water will begin oxidizing upon contact. If you check local plumbing code, you should be able to identify several alternative project materials for your need. We hope this helps with your project.

    by|Oct 8, 2020

      A:  Pretty sure this would rust completely shut in no time.

      by|Oct 8, 2020
      caret
      Q:can this pipe be submerged in diesel fuel as a suction tube, will covering not dissolve into fuel
      by|May 6, 2020
      1 Answer
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      A:  Hi Jim, for this type of application we recommend checking local codes for recommended materials & installation guides. We hope this helps with your purchase.

      by|May 11, 2020
        caret
        Q:How sturdy is this pipe? Using it for a non-plumbing application. If I hung a cinder block from the middle of the pipe, would it bow?
        by|Jan 8, 2019
        4 Answers
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        A:  It is refereed to as "black pipe" and it is for gas line plumbing in crawl spaces, walls and attics. The pipe is very stout and I have used it for many different applications and all requiring strong tube of pipe.

        by|Jan 9, 2019

        A:  I used this pipe as a "flip bar" for a swing set. Works great & doesn't bow

        by|Nov 13, 2019

          A:  This is pretty stiff. A cinder block on a 48in pipe won't deflect it much. I use them for furniture clamps (HD sells the clamp kits if you are interested)

          by|Oct 8, 2020

          A:  I would use a solid pipe, could bow over time, and depends on height of hanging cinder block

          by|Apr 18, 2019
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            Got this pipe to use for my pipe clamps. They hold a lot better than the standard clamps and are...
            Got this pipe to use for my pipe clamps. They hold a lot better than the standard clamps and are much stronger. I highly advise you to use pipe clamps instead of other large clamps that are lighter and bend easily.
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