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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

[MW:785] Re: Inch DIA

The term Inch Dia OR Dia Inch is used for the quantity of welding for the piping fabrication.
 
1 inch dia/Dia inch = Size of the joint X No. of the joints.
 
Regds/Jignesh
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Dear Friends,

 

What is the difference between 1 inch welding and 1 inch dia welding?

 

1 inch dia = 1* 3.14 = 3.14 inch. Is this right.

 

One full welding on a 42'' pipe is 42'' dia welding...is it right.

 

Thank you,

 

Regards,

 

Sabir

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2 comments:

Sid said...

What is the difference between 1 inch welding and 1 inch dia welding?

1 inch dia = 1* 3.14 = 3.14 inch.
Answer: this is the circumference of a 1" diameter pipe.

One full welding on a 42"pipe is 42"dia welding.
Answer: this is what you call inch-dia or dia-inch in pipe welding production or pipe erection term

Sid said...

What is the difference between 1 inch welding and 1 inch dia welding?

1 inch dia = 1* 3.14 = 3.14 inch.

Answer: 3.14 inch in the above calculation is the circumference of a 1" diameter pipe.

One full welding on a 42" pipe is 42" dia welding
Answer: This is the inch-dia that is normally used for measuring a piping job, common in pipe welding production or pipe erection

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