Cold Formed Rectangular Pipes Uses

In the construction industry, the most common uses of cold-formed rectangular pipes are in structural applications. The material can offer higher strength than other materials and is available in S355 and S235 grades. They are manufactured to meet various standards and specifications and are available in a variety of lengths and diameters. Below are some of the most common uses for EN 10219 S275J0H Rectangular Pipe. These pipes are often used in stadium construction, frames, and washing lines.


Cold-formed rectangular pipes are manufactured by tailor-welding a steel plate. This method is used when the wall thickness of the material is too thick to pass through the bending process. High-frequency resistance welding is a direct prescription process that can solve corner micro-cracks. In addition, this method is suitable for small and medium-sized pipes, and can even be used for dual welds in square or rectangular shapes.


Another application for cold-formed rectangular pipes is in the construction of structural parts. Its strength is increased by its square corners and no weld seam. The ASTM standard A500 Gr-B is a common specification for cold-formed seamless carbon steel structural tubing. It offers high weldability and is widely used in the automotive and appliance industries.