Jacketed Pipe

Jacketed pipe consists of a core pipe for conveying viscous fluids, with an outer jacket pipe. The annular chamber between the two pipes is used to heat the inner pipe with steam or hot oil. Materials used for fabrication include carbon steel, stainless steel, and carbon steel jacket with stainless steel core pipe. More exotic alloys are available too.

Various construction types include oversized flanges, insert flanges, line size flanges, pipe welded to back of flanges, swaged jacket (utilizing weld caps at each end of the outer pipe).

Connections for conveying  heating media to the jacket chamber include female NPT half couplings,  threadolets, socket weld couplings, tube connectors, and flanges. The connections can be extended to allow for  insulation. We can manufacture one pipe spool per your  specifications and P & ID’s, or an entire jacketed system  including jacketed pipe, fittings (ells, tees, etc.), valves, hose, and other components. Fittings can be incorporated into pipe spools. Please allow us to offer you a quotation from your specifications and drawings to suit your particular needs.

Assistance in the design of your jacketed requirements is always available.

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 Flow Fabrication
3162 Cullman Ave
Charlotte, NC 28206
Phone: 704-374-1766

 

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