How to save your steel pipe: 60 steel pipes, steel pipe company
A new kind of steel pipe made of carbon fiber, carbon monoxide-free steel and stainless steel.
The pipes are the product of a partnership between the steel and plastic company Carbon-X and the steel pipe maker B&P.
The new pipes are made from carbon fiber and the carbon monotone-free, stainless steel used in the pipe is recycled and can be reused.
The pipe company has already received a $7 million grant from the National Science Foundation and a $6 million grant under the Advanced Materials Technology Demonstration Program from the Department of Energy’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) program.
The companies’ goal is to make 60 pipes a standard in the next 20 years, said Steve McQueen, president of the company.
It could also become a standard for pipe recycling.
The company, which has about 1,500 employees, sells the pipes in the United States and Canada and is based in San Francisco.
The pipes are available in three colors: black, red and white.
B&P sells the pipe at retailers such as Home Depot, Walmart and the National Hockey League’s San Jose Sharks, according to a company website.
The 60 pipes have a maximum length of 7 feet and a diameter of 14 inches, according the website.
Carbon-x is seeking to produce 100 pipes a year for five years.
The idea behind carbon fiber is that it is strong, durable and flexible, and is easier to clean and reuse than steel, McQueen said.