Plain End Pipes

Forged Plain End Pipes Manufacturers, Exporters & Suppliers in India


Real Engineering is a manufacturer, supplier and exporter of Plain End Pipe Fittings. Based in India, we supply our products worldwide. Our products are made from high quality materials and are strictly tested to meet international standards. We offer a wide range of fittings in different sizes and shapes to suit the needs of our customers. Our products are reliable and easy to use, making them a popular choice among customers. We also offer excellent customer service and support to our clients.


In most cases, the construction of a pipeline will require plain end pipes (PE). The P stands for pipe ends. Typically, a plain end pipe is requested when the diameter of the pipe is small. However, large diameter pipes can also be fabricated using either a socket weld or a butt-weld. This article will provide more information about the piping types and their application. Hopefully, this guide will be helpful.


Compared to the stainless steel square pipe, a Plain End pipe has the same diameter as the pipe. This design is often used for systems that convey water or other fluids. This type of pipe also requires the use of a flanged coupling, which is made of steel or cast iron. This type of coupling should be used with caution, as the bolts are prone to failure under creep. However, it is a valuable option for those who need to maintain a pipeline.


Plain End Pipes are available in different types of finishes. Some are hot-dipped galvanized, while others are treated. Hot-dipped galvanized Plain End Pipes are available in sizes ranging from six inches (OD) to twenty-five feet long. For the most part, Plain End Pipes are available in single and double-random lengths. In addition, they are available in galvanized or black finishes.


The following guide is designed for engineers, managers, and pipeline inspectors. It provides an overview of various aspects of Pipes, including the use of Pipelets, types of end pipe, fabrication, measurements, and inspection of pipeline networks. The guide is complete with links to more detailed pages to further your understanding. You'll also find a selection of other useful resources that can help you with your needs. This guide may be of help in your project.


Victaulic Plain End Pipes are a great choice for new-age systems, roof drains, tailings, and other pipe applications. They are versatile, durable, and versatile. And with the addition of nozzle couplings, you can join your PVC pipes with a single end. These pipes are especially useful for projects that do not require you to piece together straight lengths of pipe. 


If you can't figure out the length of your pipe, you may want to consider bell-end PVC. Its laying length is about eight to ten inches longer than a plain-end PVC pipe, but AMERICAN can provide you with more precise measurements.


Another option is a full coupling. This is used to join two pipes with different diameters, with one set threaded and the other with a socket. They are commonly used for small-bore pipe branching from a vessel. These couplings usually have threaded or socketed ends, depending on which end of the coupling you need. Adapters are also used for different-size couplings.