seamless tubing

seamless tubing

[′sēm·ləs ′tüb·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A tubing made by extrusion or by piercing and rolling a billet.
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seamless tubing

Tubing having a continuous periphery, with no longitudinal seam.
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It offers cold drawn welded and seamless tubing products.
HandyTube seamless tubing is available in a number of high performance corrosion resistant and high nickel alloys, including the 300 series, and sizes ideal for even the most challenging environments.
Working with titanium to produce high grade, seamless tubing calls for a level of expertise for which Fine Tubes is rapidly acquiring an exemplary reputation."
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TMCo says all meter tubes are fabricated with cold drawn or honed "meter tube quality" seamless tubing or pipe and inspected under AGA3/API 14.3 and ISO-5167 criteria.
A complete line of stainless steel alloys is used for seamless tubing; nickel alloys are also offered.
Algoma Tubes, once a subsidiary business of Algoma Steel, has risen from the ashes after being moth balled and later sold to Tenaris Group, a multi-national seamless tubing operation.
patents on titanium-related inventions and co-authored the "Ti-3AI-2.5V Seamless Tubing Engineering Guide."