Scaffolding Pipes & Tubes

Power plants have used coagulation, flocculation and ion exchange beds (cation and anion beds) to create high purity water for more than 100 years. These methods purify water, but the technology requires the use of hazardous chemicals, including acid and caustic solutions. Membrane technology, namely RO, is now being used as a viable water purification technology primarily because it does not require the use of hazardous chemicals. This factor, in addition to others, explains why RO technology is replacing ion exchange beds, thereby becoming the predominant water treatment process in power plants.


Generally, made of hot dipped, galvanized steel, which offers long-term corrosion resistance, it won't rot, absorb moisture, split, splinter, swell, warp or burn, thereby providing considerable life-cycle cost savings. While weighing less than the average wood scaffold plank, steel scaffolding is stiffer over any given span, reducing bounce and providing a more stable platform. Steel Scaffold Tubes, black, 48.3 mm O.D., mild steel, continous weld and 40 mm. N. B. 'Medium' and 'Heavy' class steel tubes conform to IS 1161-1979/1239, BS 1139/1775. These are made available in random lengths of 4.5 M to 6M or of required cut length painted in desired colour.


Application Areas


Our range of fencing tubes is available in a variety of dimensions and can also be customized as per the client's requirement. Fencing tubes have a wide application in


» Handrails
» Columns
» Posts
» Piling
» Sand-wash
» Casing

» Culverts
» Fence
» Caissons
» Sign poles
» Bumpers
» Bracing

» Parking meter posts
» Towers
» Supports
» Rollers


» 48.3 mm
» 38 mm
» 60 mm

» 2.9/9
» 2.9/9
» 2.9/9


Technical Specifications


  IS : 1161-1998 Steel Tubes for Structural Purposes/BS-1775-64/A-618