Stainless steel tube for Instrumentation or Hydraulic
Hydraulic & Instrumentation Tubes are important components in hydraulic and instrumentation systems to protect and partner with other components, devices or instruments to secure the safe and trouble-free operations of oil and gas plants, petrochemical processing, power generation and other critical industrial applications. Consequently, demand on the quality of tubes is very high.
The major grades manufactured in our mill is mainly in Austenitic and also in Duplex. Our tubes are manufactured in accordance to major International Standards such as ASTM, ASME, EN or ISO. To ensure the high quality of our tubes, we perform 100% Eddy Current Testing and 100% PMI Testing.
O.D Range：3.18mm – 63mm
Thickness Range：0.5mm – 8mm
Length：6meters in straight tube or Max 500meters for coiled tube
SS Instrumentation Tubing is a thin-walled tube that offers a leak-free operation. Often considered to be the most versatile and popular alloy grades, the Stainless Steel Instrumentation Tubing is a part of many industries. Depending on the media which the SS Flexible Instrumentation Tubing is to come in contact with or the needs of the application the grades of the material is chosen. For instance, in cases where moderate resistance to corrosion and good tensile strength properties along with an economical price are considered to be requirements, 304 SS Instrumentation Tubing is preferred. Or in instances where the tubes are to be used in brine or marine engineering, 316 Stainless Steel Hydraulic Tubing is considered to be the ideal choice.
Welded and Seamless Stainless Instrumentation Tubing available in straight lengths and coils
Another key deciding factor is if the application needs welding or not. In times where welding operations are to be performed Welded Stainless Instrumentation Tubing grades such as 304L or 316L are to be used. On the other hand, non-welded applications may use a Seamless Instrumentation Tubing. Used in a hydraulic system, the SS Hydraulic Tubing is used to accompany other hydraulic components, valves, actuators, and tools.