Small Diameter Stainless Steel Tubing
American Tube technology manufactures small diameter tubing in a variety of alloys that can be used in numerous demanding applications, but none more than in 300 series stainless. Many of our customers rely on 300 series stainless steel, due to its ease of forming and comparatively low cost. Relative to other alloys, tubing can be welded and drawn to size efficiently in this series of stainless steel. We typically work with the following austenitic grades (but frequently produce tubing with other grades on request---just ask!)
Low carbon versions of our alloys are also available. "L-grade" 300 series stainless steel tubing exhibits improved corrosion resistance along the weld zone and reduced carbon precipitation in welding applications like brazing. The end result is stronger joints in assemblies. Combined with our T.I.G. welded and drawn production process, corrosion resistance in our 300 "L" series tubing is generally uniform throughout the tube with reduced susceptibility to intergranular corrosion.
American Tube Technology also produces tubing in a range of other alloys and grades upon request. The flexibility of our equipment and the knowledge of our staff puts us in a prime position to help with special requests. Tempers ranging from annealed to full hard are available. Our product is produced domestically at our Colorado mill, and we can offer DFARS compliant material upon request. Visit www.astm.org or www.asme.org for more information on widely accepted industry specifications and standards or take a look at our small diameter tubing gauge chart for sizing information. We'd be happy to answer any questions you might have regarding chemical composition and the alloy options at our factory---just call us!
This popular and widely used alloy has excellent cold working properties and strength which makes it an ideal choice for fabricated parts. Learn More »
Designed for use in corrosive environments, our 316 tubing has been used in numerous applications ranging from chemical/industrial to medical devices. Learn More »
Melted in a vacuum furnace to reduce as many impurities as possible, this alloy is a derivative of straight 316 grade and is also low carbon. Learn More »
321 stainless steel tubing's composition includes titanium, which makes the resulting tubing stronger and more corrosion resistant at higher temperatures. Learn More »
Frequently, 347 stainless steel alloy is used in applications requiring continuous or repeated exposure to high temperatures. Learn More »
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