Stainless steel pipe is an economical section steel. It is an important product in the steel industry. It can be widely used in living decoration and stainless steel seamless pipe industry. Many people in the market use it to make stair railings, window guards, railings and furniture. Common materials are 201 and 304.
Production process of stainless steel seamless pipe a. Round steel preparation; b. Heating; c. Hot rolling perforation; d. Cut head; e. Pickling; f. Grinding; g. Lubrication; h. Cold rolling processing; i. Degreasing; j. Solution heat treatment; k. Straightening; l. Cut tube; m. Pickling; n. Product testing.
Stainless steel pipes are divided into ordinary carbon steel pipes, carbon structural steel pipes, alloy structural pipes, alloy steel pipes, bearing steel pipes, stainless steel pipes, and bimetallic composite pipes, coatings and coated pipes for saving precious metals and meeting special requirements. Stainless steel tubes are available in a wide variety of applications, with different technical requirements and different production methods. The outer diameter of the currently produced steel pipe ranges from 0.1 to 4500 mm and the wall thickness ranges from 0.01 to 250 mm.
The stainless steel pipe is safe, reliable, hygienic and environmentally friendly, economical, the thinning of the pipe and the successful development of a new reliable, simple and convenient connection method, which has the advantage that many other pipes are irreplaceable, and the application in engineering will be more and more The use will become more and more popular and the prospects will be good.
Since stainless steel already has many of the desirable properties required for building materials, it is seldom seen in metals, and its development continues. In order to make stainless steel perform well in conventional applications, existing types have been improved, and new stainless steels are being developed to meet the stringent requirements of architectural applications. Due to continuous improvement in production efficiency and continuous improvement in quality, stainless steel has become one of the cost-effective materials selected by architects.