London, UK (PRWEB) June 04, 2011
FT Pipeline Systems, provider of high quality pipe lining and accessories to the UK construction market, has highlighted the versatility of its new range of carbon steel linepipes to current and potential customers.
Carbon steel linepipes represent a new range of pipe products to the FT Pipeline Systems portfolio. Carbon steel linepipes are suitable for a wide variety of applications, and as such allow the company greater scope to meet the needs of potential customers. They can be used for transporting flammable liquids and gases, for building and heating engineering purposes through to warehouse shelf systems.
FT Pipeline Systems is able to provide specific types of carbon steel linepipes for specific jobs when necessary. For example, FT Pipeline Systems provide different forms of coating depending on which carbon steel linepipes are to be used and what their purpose is, with both corrosion resistant polyethylene coatings and fibre-cement mortar coatings available, allowing the customer to decide which is most appropriate for their pipeline.
Further to this, FT Pipeline Systems also provides different forms of carbon steel linepipe depending on what the customer is looking to construct their pipeline for. For example, customers can purchase profiled welded square and rectangle tubes, suitable for those looking for extreme straightness and stamping, punching and surface finishing. Customers can also purchase roll grooved tubes, which are more economically viable than other carbon steel linepipes thanks to the weld-on grooved sockets being created in one go, rather than separately.
Duncan Frazer, Managing Director of FT Pipeline Systems, said: “The versatility of carbon steel linepipes ensures they’re suitable for a greater number of uses, and this improves our flexibility to meet the demands of customers.”
FT Pipeline Systems is the leading UK provider of steel water pipes and pipe fittings. For more information on how FT Pipeline Systems can assist with the construction of your pipeline network, please visit http://www.ftpipelinesystems.co.uk or call 01543 416024.