Special shape stainless steel pipe
316L: 022Cr17Ni12Mo2 00Cr17Ni14Mo2
or as customer's request
Standard :ASTM A554 .GB/T 12770 .JIS G3446 .JG/T 3030 .YB/T 5363 , customers' requests available
Length: 6m or according to customers' request
Tolerance Outer diameter:±0.2mm
Process: Method Cold drawn, Annealed with nitrogen protection, Ultrasonic welding,
Automatic shape, Polished, Packing.
Ends In plain end or bevelled ends or as customers' requirements
Inner Packing Plastic bag
Outer Packing Standard gunny packed for each bundle, around 300-500kgs per
bundle, or customized according to customers' requests
Application Oil and chemical industry
Food industry and pharmaceutical industry
Ship-building and automobile manufacturing
Water transportation systems
Rustless, stainless, good corrosion resistance, anti-wearing, good
Performance appearance, excellent mechanical properties
Certification ISO, SGS,BV.
Welding Line Type ERW(Electrical Resistance Weld)
Delivery Detail 15~25 days, depends on customers' order quantity
Shaped tubing refers to tubing that is not round (circular) in form. Frequently, applications involve some type of stainless steel support for a product, a path or race for fiberoptics or other smaller components, or a dispensing application. Depending on requirements detailed by the customer, shaped tubing can be made stronger in some directions in a similar manner to the concept of an I-beam. All tubing drawn into shapes has to be formed through custom manufactured dies and subsequently straightened though specially formed tooling for straightening profiled tubing. In some cases, customer requirements result in a modest engineering fee for the design work associated with developing a method to form the tube. Emily Metal supplies shaped tubing in a variety of alloys, most popularly in 304 or 316 stainless steel. However, all alloys that Emily Metal produces can be drawn into shapes provided the shape is capable of being formed.
One factor to consider when sourcing shaped tubing is tolerances placed on non-critical features of the tube. Controlling radii and angles too tightly on an engineering print can increase costs and in some cases render requested product unmanufacturable. Increasingly sharp corners on shaped tubing (at the corners of a square, for example) increase manufacturing complexity. An additional consideration is cutting the product to final length or secondary forming. Because shaped tubing may be difficult to cut accurately and burr free, Emily developed tooling that permits accurate completion of these operations with rapid turnaround. Many of our secondary forming operations are also available on profiled tubing, subject to some operation-specific limitations.
Some of the shapes and profiles produced by Emily, include but are not limited to the following: