Mechanical steel tubing is used in machined or formed parts of industrial, automotive, farm machinery, aircraft, transportation, materials handling, and household equipment. It is produced to exact outside diameter and wall thickness dimensions.
Hot rolled, hot rolled brushed, hot rolled pickled and oiled, hot rolled pickled dry, cold rolled, aluminized, galvanized, galvalume, galvanneal, high strength low alloy (HSLA), advanced high strength steel (AHSS), zinc-nickel, ULTRALUME® PHS, and ALUMI-THERM® are available in standard shapes including rounds, squares, rectangles and ovals, and other specialty shapes in Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and metric sizes ranging from 0.750 - 6.625 in. (19.05 - 168.275 mm) with wall thickness from 0.035 - 0.219 in. (0.89 - 5.56 mm). Austenitic and ferritic stainless steel tubing is available in rounds ranging from 1.250 - 6.625 in. (31.75 - 168.275 mm) with wall thickness from 0.032 - 0.109 in. (0.80 - 2.768 mm). We offer mill and cut-to-length options.