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# Schedule - Terminology

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For pipes of all dimensions the outside diameter (O.D.) remains relatively constant. The variation in wall thickness affects only the inside diameters (I.D.).

A schedule number indicates the approximate value of

Sch = 1000 P / S                                    (1)

where

Sch = schedule

P = service pressure (psi)

S = allowable stress (psi)

The higher the schedule number is, the thicker the pipe is. Since the outside diameter of each pipe size is standardized, a particular nominal pipe size will have different inside pipe diameter depending on the schedule specified.

### Welded and Seamless Wrought Steel Pipes

To distinguish different weights of pipe it is common to use the Schedule terminology from ANSI/ASME B36.10 Welded and Seamless Wrought Steel Pipe:

• Light Wall
• Schedule 10 (Sch/10, S/10)
• Schedule 20 (Sch/20, S/20)
• Schedule 30 (Sch/30, S/30)
• Schedule 40 (Sch/40, S/40)
• Standard Weight (ST, Std, STD)
• Schedule 60 (Sch/60, S/60)
• Extra Strong (Extra Heavy, EH, XH, XS)
• Schedule 80 (Sch/80, S/80)
• Schedule 100 (Sch/100, S/100)
• Schedule 120 (Sch/120, S/120)
• Schedule 140 (Sch/140, S/140)
• Schedule 160 (Sch/160, S/160)
• Double Extra Strong (Double extra heavy, XXH, XXS)

Note that many of the schedules are identical in certain sizes.

### Stainless Steel Pipes

For stainless steel pipes thru 12-inch schedule numbers from Schedule 5S to schedule 80S are used as published in ANSI/ASME 36.19M Stainless Steel Pipe.

• Schedule 5S (Sch/5S, S/5S)
• Schedule 10S (Sch/10S, S/10S)
• Schedule 40S (Sch/40S, S/40S)
• Schedule 80S (Sch/80S, S/80S)
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