Stainless Steel Round Tubing
Welded stainless steel pipes are formed by forming steel sheets in the shape of a pipe and then welding the seam. Both cold forming and forming processes are used to create stainless steel pipes, which produce a cold end with a smoother finish and stronger tolerances than hot forming. Both processes create a steel pipe that is corrosion resistant, highly resistant and durable.
Stainless steel is also easy to clean and sterilize and can be easily welded, machined or bent to create a curved shape. This combination of factors makes stainless steel pipes an excellent choice for structural applications, especially when the pipes are exposed to corrosive environments.
The terms “pipe” and “pipe” are often used interchangeably, but there are important differences between the two. Steel pipes Despite the same hollow diameter, steel pipes are measured by their outer diameter (OD) and wall thickness, while steel pipes are measured by their inner diameter (ID). Another difference is that steel pipes are typically used for structural or aesthetic purposes, while pipes are commonly used to transport gases and liquids.
Welded Stainless Steel Tubing Manufactured to Industry Specifications
Totten Tubes provides stainless steel pipes in different sizes from 0.18 OD – 188. Our welded stainless steel pipe is made to ASTM A-269 and ASTM A-249 standards and is offered in 304L and 316L stainless steel. We also offer welded stainless steel pipe to ASTM A554 in round, square and rectangular tubes in both 304 and 316 stainless steels. These specifications are referred to as decorative tubes and can be provided on a variety of surface surfaces for applications where aesthetics are important. High capabilities combined with aesthetics make stainless steel pipes a versatile product that can be used for a variety of applications and industries. Contact us today to learn more about whether stainless steel pipes are best for your application.
Choosing Between 304 Stainless Steel And 316 Stainless Steel Tubing
300 series stainless steel is made of a wide range of products including steel pipes, steel pipes and other products. Both 304 and 316 steel pipes are made of nickel alloys that are easy to maintain, corrosion resistant and maintain resistance and durability at high temperatures. Determining the grade of steel for your applications depends on the intended application as well as environmental factors such as temperature or chloride exposure. Type 304 stainless steel is corrosion resistant and easy to waterproof, making it the most common type of stainless steel used in pipes and other steel parts. 304 stainless steel pipes are often used in construction and functional decoration. The Type 316 stainless steel is similar to the 304 stainless steel in that it is also corrosion resistant and easy to clean. However, 316 stainless steel has few advantages because it is more resistant to corrosion caused by chloride, chemicals and solvents. This additional factor makes 316 stainless steel a preferred solution for applications that can be used in the event of exposure to fixed chemicals or for outdoor applications that are exposed to salt. Industries that use 316 stainless steels include industrial, surgical and marine.
Advantages of Choosing Stainless Steel for Your Tubing Application
Stainless steel is widely used due to its durability and corrosion resistance as well as its aesthetic appeal. There are several benefits to using stainless steel pipes for your application, including:
- Excellent corrosion resistance
- The device is easy
- Scratch resistant
- Easy hygiene
- Low maintenance
- Controls high flow rate
- Recyclable materials, environmentally friendly
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