Oval and square shaped products are no less popular on the market than round products. A high-quality profile pipe is inexpensive costs in the design, if initially it is correctly selected according to the necessary parameters. Practically indispensable element in the production of a wide variety of metal structures for industrial and domestic purposes.
Features of production
In order to make a square or rectangular pipe, only two technologies are used. The simplest one is rolling a round billet through special rollers until the product acquires the required shape. The second is using steel tape, bending and welding the two ends into a single weld seam. In both cases, a fairly durable and high-quality product is obtained if all the subtleties of production are observed. But, seamless technology has advantages:
- A standard round tube is produced by hot rolling.
- Pre-pressing for square or rectangular profiles.
- Final rolling through a special hot billet machine for the required size.
Important: while the workpiece is hot, it does not receive any microscopic damage to its structure. After cooling, the profile has a maximum strength index. For example, a welded analogue is 3-7% less strong, the weld will always be a place of potential danger.
Use in practice of rental
The profile is perfect for creating both simple and reliable metal structures. Both decorative and industrial. Every year the profile finds new application niches, not limited only to the traditional, construction and installation area. The most demanded niches are worth highlighting:
- furniture production and repair;
- production of simple and complex advertising structures;
- framework for light and temporary construction;
- to create decorative elements in the building;
- in the automotive and aviation industry.
High-quality profile pipe at a low price perfectly competes with any other rental. As part of a structure, it can be disassembled and reused. The profile is ideally suited for the creation of protected housings for electrical cables and optical fibers. In places where wired communications can potentially suffer from an interruption.