Your Leading 310 Stainless Steel Tube Manufacturer
The 310 stainless steel tube is a type of chromium-nickel alloy that falls under the category of austenitic stainless steel. These tubes are available in both welded and seamless forms. Tuolian offers various shapes (rectangular, square, and round) as well as different grades and sizes to cater to your specific applications. Contact us with your requirements for more detailed information.
310 SS Tube Applications
310 stainless steel tubes are commonly used in heat treatment and chemical processing applications. They find applications in furnace parts, radiant tubes, oil burner parts, boilers, firebox sheets, combustion tubes, annealing covers, and heat exchangers. Moreover, components such as furnace parts, welding filler wire, thermowells, food processing equipment, radiant tubes, coal internal components, and oil burner parts are all made from 310 stainless steel tubes.
310 SS Tube Features
310 stainless steel tubes exhibit exceptional strength, ductility, weldability, and high-temperature properties. Additionally, they possess resistance to corrosion, oxidation, and high temperatures.
|Size||1/2″ – 12″ OD|
|Length||We offer cut-to-length service|
|Surface Finish||BA, 2B, HL, 2D, 1D, Mirror Polished, No.4, No.1, No.3, No.8, 8K,|
|End||Beveled End, Treaded Tube, Plain End|
|Standards||SUS, ASTM, GB, DIN, EN, JIS, AISI, AMS,|
|Specifications||AMS 5521 & AMS 5651, ASME SA 240, ASME SA 312, ASME SA 479, ASTM A 240, ASTM A 276, UNS S31008, UNS S31009AMS 5521 UNS S31008 UNS S31009|
|Types||Seamless, CDS, DOM, CEW, 100% X Ray Welded, ERW, Welded, Fabricated, CDW,|
We have a range of processing services to meet your different needs, like bending, welding, decoiling, punching, cutting, moulding.
In short, 310S stainless steel is generally considered superior to 310 stainless steel due to its lower carbon content. The lower carbon content in 310S provides improved resistance to sensitization during welding or high-temperature operations. As a result, 310S is preferred for high-temperature applications. However, both grades can be suitable for applications that don’t involve high temperatures or the risk of sensitization.