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  • Welded Stainless Steel Tubing

    Welded Stainless Steel Tubing
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    Welded 304 Stainless Steel tubing is less costly than seamless or welded-and-drawn tubing, and requires less stock removal in machining applications. It can also be produced with extremely thin walls. 304 stainless steel is the most versatile and widely used of stainless steel grades, due to its combination of corrosion resistance, formability, and ductility.

    Welded 316 Stainless Steel tubing features a weld bead on the inside diameter. It is less expensive than seamless or welded-and-drawn tubing. 316 stainless steel provides the best resistance to pitting and corrosion of any of the austenitic (300 series) stainless steels. It is extremely ductile, with excellent strength at elevated temperatures.

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  • TM

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  • Seamless Stainless Steel Tubing

    Seamless Stainless Steel Tubing
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    304 Stainless Steel Is the most versatile and widely used of stainless steel grades, due to its combination of corrosion resistance, formability, and ductility. Seamless tubing features heavier wall thicknesses for mechanical applications. It is ideal for food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and chemical and petrochemical processing applications.

    316 Stainless Steel provides the best resistance to pitting and corrosion of any of the austenitic (300 series) stainless steels. It is extremely ductile, with excellent strength at elevated temperatures. Seamless tubing can be produced with heavier wall thicknesses for mechanical applications. It is ideal for hydraulic and instrumentation tubing in chemical, textile, and pulp and paper industries, and in marine environments.

    321 Stainless Steel Seamless Tubing offers outstanding corrosion resistance in extreme temperatures, as well as excellent welding and forming characteristics. It is ideal for hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and other applications with exposure to extreme temperatures.

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    Grainger Choice

  • Welded Stainless Steel Coil Tubing

    Welded Stainless Steel Coil Tubing
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    304 Stainless Steel is the most versatile and widely used of stainless steel grades, due to its combination of corrosion resistance, formability, and ductility. Welded tubing is less costly than seamless or welded-and-drawn tubing, and requires less stock removal in machining applications. It can also be produced with extremely thin walls.

    316 Stainless Steel provides the best resistance to pitting and corrosion of any of the austenitic (300 series) stainless steels. It is extremely ductile, with excellent strength at elevated temperatures. Welded tubing features a weld bead on the inside diameter. It is less expensive than seamless or welded-and-drawn tubing.

    Multiple product options available

1 ft. Welded For Plumbing, HVAC And Automotive 304/304
  • Sanitary Stainless Steel Tubing

    Sanitary Stainless Steel Tubing
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    304 and 316L Stainless Steel bright annealed tubing has guaranteed I.D. and O.D. Ra values to minimize surface anomalies. They are packed with protective poly sleeves and airtight plastic end caps. Generally used in dairy, food and beverage, and other sanitary processes. 100% bore scoped and mechanically polished, inside and out.

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