Ductile Iron is also known as the spheroidal iron or nodular cast iron and was invented in 1949. It retains the corrosion resistance of cast iron but has more than double the tensile strength. The main difference between ductile and cast iron lies in the shape of the graphite in the microstructure of the metal. In cast iron, the graphite is present in plate-like flakes, which makes cast iron brittle, but in the case of ductile iron, the shape of the graphite becomes a spheroidal nodule, which increases tensile strength and makes Ductile Iron sturdy and shockproof. We supply ductile pipes that offer exceptional performance at every step with perfection. Our offered pipes are known for their performance and quality and have a great following.
DI pipe is considered as the most preferred pipe material for water supply and pressure sewerage application all over the world. It offers higher tensile strength and diametral stiffness than Mild Steel and retains the inherent corrosion resistance of cast iron. Ductile Iron pipes can provide substantial benefits in terms of pressure bearing ability, impact resistance and capacity to sustain external static/dynamic loading.
Di pipes and fittings are widely used in the potable water network. Ductile iron is used for manufacturing potable water pipe networks because these pipe networks require strength and durability so that they can handle harsh environments without wear and tear for a long period of time.
Ductile Iron is a preferred material for constructing potable water pipes because of their higher tensile strength and inherent corrosion resistant properties.
Some of the common DI Pipes & Ductile Iron Fittings that we supply are DI Socket - Spigot Pipes, DI Flanged Type Fittings, and DI Socket Fittings.
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Dutco Tennant LLC is a trusted name in DI Pipe Suppliers for the entire Middle East and GCC region. Our area of operation is focused on the following countries Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE (Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, and the Northern Emirates), Oman, Bahrain, and Kuwait.