Our stainless steel pipe & tube are available in various sizes, and are available in custom cut sizes to meet your individual requirements.
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The most widely used of the stainless and heat resisting steels, Stainless steel 304 offers good corrosion resistance to many chemical corrodents as well as industrial atmospheres. 304 Stainless Steel Pipe has very good formability and can be readily welded by all common methods.
Stainless steel pipe exhibit such characteristics as corrosion resistance, excellent weldability, and good formability.
A comprehensive collection of finishes is also available from QINGHE STEEL when purchasing stainless steel pipe & tube. Popular finish options include:
|Outside diameter||Wall thickness||Roundness||Straightness||Length|
|JIS G3459||Tolerance O.D.[mm]<30 [mm]+0.3mm O.D.[mm] ≥30 [mm]+1%||2mm+0.2mm 2mm+10%||-||-||Not less than definite cut Length|
|ASTM A312||O.D.[mm]||≤48.26||>48.26 ≤114.3||>114.3 ≤219.08||>219.08 ≤457.2||+12.5%||-||-||definite cut Length +6.4mm -0mm|
|[mm]||+0.4 -0.4||+0.8 -0.8||+1.6 -0.8||+2.4 -0.8|
Qinghe Steel stocks a wide range of stainless steel tube pipe sizes for your specific project needs. We offer quick delivery throughout the world. Contact us today to discuss stainless steel pipe and tube for your project needs.
What’s the difference between stainless steel pipes and stainless tubes?
The term “pipe” and “tube” are often used to describe the same product, but it is important to know the difference. Though they share the same cylindrical shape, steel pipes are measured by the interior diameter (ID), whereas steel tubes are measured by the outside diameter (OD) and wall thickness. Another difference is that pipes are used to transport fluids and gases, while tubes are used to build parts or structural components.
Does Stainless Steel rust?
Stainless Steel is very corrosion resistant because it is alloyed with Chromium which reacts to oxygen and creates a rust resistant barrier. This is not to say that stainless will never rust, in certain conditions it may still corrode. For example, 304 stainless is the most common stainless alloy, but in marine environments it will eventually rust. 316 stainless alloy was created with more nickel to be more corrosion resistant in those Marine environments. Other stainless alloys are specialized to be more corrosion resistant in a number of different situations, i.e. 310 alloy is corrosion resistant in high heat environments.
Why Choose Stainless Steel?