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Difference Between GI And MS Pipe

MS (Mild Steel) Pipes and GI (Galvanized Iron) Pipes are widely used all across the globe for piping and other operations. Both MS and GI pipes are made up of low carbon and zinc protected pipes, used in a variety of industries.

GI Pipes

Galvanized iron pipes are coated in a layer of zinc to protect the metal from corrosion and increase life expectancy. However, it must be noted that even with galvanization, corrosion can eventually occur if the conditions are acidic. They are available in various dimensions and their sizes vary from 15mm to 150mm. GI pipes are acclaimed because it’s lightweight, low cost, easy to transport and install as well. These pipes are generally used in rural areas for the purpose of carrying both raw and treated water.


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Features of Galvanized Iron pipes:

·         Higher longevity and Durability.

·         Anti-rust coating and superior finish

·         Resistant to corrosion

·         Easy to weld and fabricate


Here are the primary uses of GI pipes:

·         Water & Sewage transportation

·         Structural purposes

·         Automotive purposes

·         Engineering purposes

·         Oil & Gas transmission

·         Electric Poles 


MS Pipes

Mild Steel Pipes are carbon steel pipes that contain less than 0.25% of carbon which makes them easy to use and less hard. This ensures that the pipes stay malleable, ductile and durable. GI pipes can be welded into various shapes and sizes as per the requirement. Mild Steel pipes are generally used for Plumbing, Firefighting and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning). These pipes are also coated with paints, varnish or other metals that protect them from corrosion and makes them long-lasting and resist critical conditions. The construction industry also relies on the usefulness of MS pipes as they can be bent and shaped.


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Features of Mild Steel pipes:

·         High tensile strength

·         Made up of low percentage of Carbon

·         Can be easily welded

·         Budget-friendly

·         Long-life 


Here are the primary uses of MS pipes:

·         General Engineering

·         Mechanical purpose

·         Structural purpose

·         Domestic purpose

·         Water steel pipes


Conclusion


MS and GI pipes are widely used all across the globe for pipelines and other operations. While the former is made from mild carbon steel, the latter is coated with zinc to prevent corrosion.

At Utkarsh India, we are leading GI pipe and MS pipemanufacturers in India. We have over 40 years of experience in high-end engineering and manufacturing, we source our materials from the leading raw material suppliers to offer only the best to our customers. If you are looking for superior quality MS pipes or GI pipes, then we have got you covered.