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This pipe combines corrosion resistance and durability

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DetaPipe (photo) is a new high-performance clad-metal pipe product designed for use in corrosive, high-temperature processing environments. DetaPipe is produced using a proprietary process that joins corrosion-resistant alloys, such as zirconium and titanium, to lower-cost, base metals, such as carbon steel, providing the same corrosion resistance of higher alloys alongside the mechanical dependability of carbon steel. The product delivers greater fracture toughness and performance compared to solid zirconium or titanium pipe, says the manufacturer. DetaPipe is available in a straight-pipe spool with a nominal pipe size (NPS) from 6 to 30 in. in diameter, up to 8 m in length, and a typical cladder thickness greater than 4 mm. Engineers can also work with users to develop custom sizes. — NobelClad, a business of DMC Global Inc., Broomfield, Colo.

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