Q: Is 16 gauge pipe thicker than 20 gauge?

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16 gauge pipe is thicker than 19 gauge pipe.

14 gauge is thicker than 16 gauge.

16 Gauge is thicker than 18....in England..the width of the jewelery is: 18 GA = 1.0mm 16 GA = 1.2mm :D

16 gauge is thicker. The lower the number the thicker the materiel.

16 gauge is thicker than 18 gauge.

16 ga is thicker than 18 ga.... the lower the number the thicker the wire size

i 7 guage smaller than 16 guage

16 gauge pipe refers to the wall thickness of the pipe exclusive of its diameter.It is 0.064 inches thick, this is a steel wire gauge measurement.Pipes are typically sold by schedule numbers. A wall thickness of 0.064 inches would correspond to pipe schedule 40 for 1/8" diameter pipe (0.068"), schedule 10 for 1/4" and 3/8" pipe (0.065") and schedule 5 for pipe diameters 1/2" to 2" (0.065"). Over 2" diameter pipe, schedule 5 (the smallest wall thickness) is thicker than 16 gauge steel.

GAUGE , is one inch thick of steel or metal. So, take this one inch thick of steel sheet and cut it into 12 equal thickness sheets , you get a 12 gauge steel sheet. Similarly, take this one inch thick of steel sheet and cut it into 14 equal thickness sheets , you get a 14 gauge steel sheet. and so on . So, a 12 gauge steel sheet is thicker than 14 gauge , 14 is thicker than 16 , 16 is thicker than 18 and so on. Wrong!!! See my discussion on this...

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16 gauge is thicker. Remember...the lower the guage the thicker the metal.

14 gauge is larger than 16 gauge. 14 gauge is 1.6mm (0.06") and 16 gauge is 1.29mm (0.05").