Stainless steel tube is typically measured by its outer diameter and can be used in a variety of applications including a number of structural applications.
Stainless Steel Tube is a hollow steel bar, a large number of pipes used for conveying fluids, such as oil, gas, water, gas, steam, heat exchanger, mechinical machine. In addition, engaging in bending, torsional strength of the same, lighter, and they are also widely used in the manufacture of mechanical parts and engineering structures. Also used in producing all kinds of conventional weapons, the barrel, artillery shells and so on. Range of Application
Considering the importance of outside and inside surface of stainless steel tubes for fluid power industry, Our mills are providing tubes that are free from scale, rust, seams, laps.
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Common Applications for Stainless Steel Tubing Stainless steel tubing has a number of uses in a wide variety of industries. It can be used during manufacturing in processing plants or can become part of a final product. Stainless steel tubing can also be used in pipelines to transport oil, gas, water, or chemicals. The stainless steel tubing that is supplied by SunnySteel can used in a variety of industries, including:
|Outside Dia:||6 – 325mm(1/4″ – 12.75″)|
|Wall Thickness:||0.50 – 22mm|
|Standards(Norm):||EN 10216-5;DIN 17456;DIN 17458;DIN 17459|
|GOST 9940;GOST 9941;|
the main requirement for stainless steels is that they should be corrosion resistant for a specified application or environment. The selection of a particular “type” and “grade” of stainless steel must initially meet the corrosion resistance requirements. Additional mechanical or physical properties may also need to be considered to achieve the overall service performance requirements.
Stainless Steel Tube Data
|AISI TYPE||CHEMISTRY-PERCENT||TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS|
|304||0.08 max||2.00 max||0.040 max||0.030 max||.075 max||18.00-20.00||8.00-11.00||–||General purpose “300″ series grade for tubing applications.|
|304L||0.035 max||2.00 max||0.040 max||0.030 max||0.75 max||18.00-20.00||8.00-13.00||–||Low carbon type 304 where greater resistance to carbide precipitation is desired.|
|304H||0.04-0.10||2.00 max||0.040 max||0.030 max||0.75 max||18.00-20.00||8.00-11.00||–||Carbon modified for improved high temperature strength.|
|310||0.15 max||2.00 max||0.040 max||0.030 max||0.75 max||24.00-26.00||19.00-22.00||–||High resistance to scaling and oxidation up to 2000°F.|
|316||0.08 max||2.00 max||0.040 max||0.030 max||0.75 max||16.00-18.00||11.00-14.00||Mo 2.00-3.00||Better corrosion resistance than type 304 in reducing media. Good hi-temp strength.|
|316L||0.035 max||2.00 max||0.040 max||0.030 max||0.75 max||16.00-18.00||10.00-15.00||Mo 2.00-3.00||Low carbon type 316 where greater resistance to carbide precipitation is desired.|
|316H||0.04-0.10||2.00 max||0.040 max||0.030 max||0.75 max||16.00-18.00||11.00-14.00||Mo 2.00-3.00||Carbon modified for improved temperature strength.|
|317||0.08 max||2.00 max||0.040 max||0.030 max||0.75 max||18.00-20.00||11.00-14.00||Mo 3.00-4.00||Similar to type 316 but with better corrosion resistance and creep strength.|
|321||0.08 max||2.00 max||0.040 max||0.030 max||0.75 max||17.00-20.00||9.00-13.00||Ti 5XC-0.60||Titanium stabilized against carbide precipitation. Similar properties to type 304.|
|347||0.08 max||2.00 max||0.040 max||0.030 max||0.75 max||17.00-20.00||7.00-13.00||Gb + Ta 10XC-1.00||Columbium and tantalum stabilized against carbide precipitation.|
|21-6-9||0.04 max||8.00 max||0.060 max||0.030 max||1.00 max||19.00-21.50||5.50-7.50||N 0.15-0.40||High strength-to-weight ratio. Good corrosion resistance.|
|416||0.15 max||1.25 max||0.060 max||0.15 max||1.00 max||12.00-14.00||–||–||Hardenable by heat treatment. Free machining. Moderate corrosion resistance.|
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|TENSILE PSI||YIELD PSI||ELONG. % IN 2″||ROCKWELL HARDNESS|
The information and data presented herein are typical or average values and are not a guarantee of maximum or minimum values. Applications specifically suggested for material described herein are made solely for the purpose of illustration to enable the reader to make his own evaluation and are not intended as warranties, either express or implied, of fitness for these or other purposes.