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Stainless Tubing Pressure Chart

Steel Pipe Dimensions & Pressures

Common Piping Specifications

Oilfield Tubing Dimensions

Preparing PVC Pipe
Applying Thread Compound
Gauge Glass Pressure Ratings

Choosing a Sandscreen
Chemical Resistance Chart

Flange Gasket and Stud Chart

Blk MI Fitting Pressures
CWP vs WOG

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Questions or Comments? Please Call, write, or Fax:

REP Sales, Inc.
1124 S Whittle Ave
Olney, IL 62450

800-274-2003  (Phone)
800-395-FTGS (Fax)


  CWP stands for Cold Working Pressure, and is an indication of the pressure rating for piping, valves, and fittings at a temperature range of -20 to +100F.

WOG (Water, Oil, Gas) is an older standard that never applied a maximum temperature requirement. As is apparent, higher temperatures can significantly degrade pressure handling in piping systems. Thus, CWP is the preferred standard for communicating a fitting or valve's rated capacity.
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