Stainless steel hex tube

Stainless steel hex tube

Stainless steel hex tube?

Stainless steels are used to create pipes and tubes of all sizes and varieties. There are different metallic compositions and the shapes, sizes and dimensions vary for different applications as well. The Stainless steel hex tube is one such thing that has a hexagonal cross-section. It has six equal sides to the cross-section. This is a strong geometric structure that improves the strength of the pipes. Stainless Steel 316 Hex Tube can be used in places where there is a need for corrosion resistance and added strength. The 316 is austenitic stainless steel that has 14% nickel and 18% chromium in the composition.

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Stainless steel hex tube dimensions, grades, and specification

Stainless Steel Hex Tube Specification

Stainless Steel Hex Tube Properties

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ss hex tube vs round tube

The round tubes of diameters less than 12 inches are drawn or rolled whereas the ones over 12 inches are welded from plates. The Hexagonal Steel Tube can be cold drawn, welded, extruded or hot rolled. Depending on the dimensions, different production methods are used. Stainless Steel is used in different applications. The round pipes are preferred for smooth fluid flow inside the pipes whereas the hexagonal pipes are used to improve the strength of the structure. Fluid flow control systems, hydraulic pressure pipes, and other high-pressure, high-strength applications use hexagonal pipes.

Locate reputable stockists of stainless steel 304 hex tube in the Middle East and compare prices.

Check the hexagon steel tubing price comparison in India and china

Hexagonal Tubes are cheaper in china due to the reduced labor cost and the highly mechanized production lines. However, the minimum order quantities are high compared to Indian suppliers. The Hexagonal Tube can be ordered in smaller quantities from India, while the prices are low in China. In addition to the store prices of the products, a customer should always be aware of the delivery conditions, timing, minimum order quantities, and any optional value-addition services possible.

Stainless steel 316 hex tubes available in Sch 10/10, Sch 5/5, Sch 40, Sch 80/80s, etc, and custom diameter. Learn more about buying advice

Always remember the below points while ordering hexagon steel pipe

Hexagon steel pipe is good for strength in your applications. So always check if the hexagonal form of the pipe has defected at any point. The surface of the pipe has to be checked for cracks and defects. The pipe ends have to be as required and should not have any defects, lest you will need to cut and join the pipes several times extra, which will cause you time in your installation process. The Hexagonal Stainless Steel Pipe can be checked with ultrasonic test and hydrostatic test to make sure that the thickness, roughness and the surface are all as expected.

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What is the delivery condition of hex steel tubing?

Hexagon steel tubing can be delivered as normalized, tempered, quenched, and tempered, normalizing annealed, and any other heat treatment applied. The delivery conditions also include different types of surface treatment and coating applied to the Hex steel tubing to keep it safe from abrasion and corrosion. If you have to import or export, then make sure that the packaging is ship ready.

Genuine stocking distributors offering ss Hex steel tubing from many different brands, including Jindal, TISCO, Baosteel etc, must verify the flattening test.

How flattening test applies to stainless steel hexagonal tube?

Stainless Steel 304 Hex Tube or any other material-made tube can be tested for ductility, tensile, and yield strength through a flattening test. In the flattening test, a weight is dropped on top of the pipe and the damage is measured to see how much force the product has absorbed. This confirms that the pipes meet the required strength standards.