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PE- Plain both ends BE- Beveled both ends GE- Grooved both ends TE- Threaded both

ends PE- Plain ends are normally used for random lenghts (to be cut later), butt-welded S/S connection, slip-on-flange attachment, etc. BE- Beveled ends are normally used for butt-welded C/S connection, weld neck C/S flanges, etc. GE- Grooved ends are used for grooved coupling connection, victaulic, gruv-lok, etc. TE- Threaded ends are used for screwed connections Variations/Combinations : PBE- Plain one end and beveled the other PGE- Plain one end and grooved the other PTE- Plain one end and threaded the other BGE- Beveled one end and grooved the other BTE- Beveled one end and threaded the other GTE- Grooved one end and threaded the other