Stainless Steel Pipe

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Find Stainless Steel Pipe Of Different Variations

TYPE 304 / 304L STAINLESS PIPE

  • An austenitic chromium-nickel stainless steel
  • General purpose corrosion resistance
  • Non-magnetic except when cold worked

TYPE 304H STAINLESS PIPE

  • Higher carbon than Type 304 for better high temperature creep properties
  • Corrosion resistance same as Type 304
  • Used in high temperature over 1000 degrees F

TYPE 309S STAINLESS STEEL PIPE

  • Superior heat resisting austenitic stainless steel
  • Good for continuous exposure to 2000 degrees F
  • Slightly better corrosion resistance than Type 304

TYPE 310S STAINLESS STEEL PIPE

  • Superior heat resisting austenitic stainless steel
  • Good for continuous exposure to 2100 degrees F
  • General corrosion resistance better than Type 304 and 309

TYPE 316 / 316L STAINLESS STEEL PIPE

  • An austenitic chromium-nickel stainless steel
  • Improved corrosion and heat resistance
  • Improved corrosion resistance to chlorides

TYPE 317L STAINLESS STEEL PIPE

  • An austenitic chromium-nickel molybdenum stainless steel
  • Improved chloride pitting resistance over Type 316
  • Used in Chemical, petroleum, pulp and paper industries

TYPE 321 / 321H STAINLESS STEEL PIPE

  • An austenitic stainless steel that contains titanium stabilizing elements
  • Improved intergranular corrosion resistance
  • Excellent for high temperature service in carbide precipitation range

TYPE 347 / 347H STAINLESS STEEL PIPE

  • An austenitic stainless that contains columbium stabilizing elements
  • Improved intergranular corrosion resistance
  • Excellent for high temperature service in carbide precipitation range

TYPE 410 STAINLESS STEEL PIPE

  • An martensitic stainless steel with high mechanical properties
  • Resist abrasion and wear better than most 300 series stainless steel
  • Fair resistance to general corrosion and oxidation

TYPE 446 STAINLESS STEEL PIPE

  • An high chromium ferritic stainless steel
  • Excellent high temperature resistance to oxidation and corrosion
  • Commonly used in high temperature applications

904L STAINLESS STEEL PIPE

  • An austenitic stainless steel with low carbon content
  • Good resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion
  • Resistance to general corrosion in reducing acids

DUPLEX 2205 STAINLESS STEEL PIPE

  • Dual-phase, 45% ferritic and 55% austenitic stainless steel
  • Good strength, toughness and corrosion resistance
  • Resists chloride stress corrosion cracking

254 SMO STAINLESS STEEL PIPE

  • An austenitic stainless steel with a high Molybdenum content
  • High resistance to pitting and crevice and general corrosion
  • Very high resistance to chloride stress corrosion cracking

AL-6XN STAINLESS STEEL PIPE

  • An austenitic stainless steel with a high Molybdenum content
  • Exceptional resistance to chloride corrosion
  • Highly resistant to saltwater corrosion
Types: 304, 304H, 304L, 309, 310, 316, 316L, 317L, 321, 321H, 347, 347H, 410, 446, 2205 DUPLEX, 254SMO, AL6XN
Specifications : ASTM A269, ASME SA269, ASTM A312, ASME SA312, ASTM A358, ASME SA358, ASTM A790, ASME SA790

 

1/8IPS 1/2IPS 3/4IPS 1 IPS 1-1/2IPS 2 IPS 2-1/2IPS
SCH TYPE SCH TYPE SCH TYPE SCH TYPE SCH TYPE SCH TYPE SCH TYPE
5 304 5 304 40 446 80 347 5 304 10 316 40 304
10 304 5 316 40 2205 80 410 5 316 10 317L 40 309
10 316 5 321 80 304 80 446 5 321 10 321 40 310
40 304 10 304 80 309 80 2205 10 AL6XN 10 347 40 316
40 310 10 310 80 310 160 304 10 304 10 2205 40 317L
40 316 10 316 80 316 160 310 10 309 40 AL6XN 40 321
40 321 10 317L 80 317L 160 316 10 310 40 254SMO 40 347
80 304 10 321 80 321 160 317L 10 316 40 304 40 410
80 310 10 347 80 347 160 321 10 317L 40 309 40 2205
80 316 40 AL6XN 80 410 160 347 10 321 40 310 80 304
80 321 40 254SMO 80 446 160 2205 10 347 40 316 80 309
80 347 40 304 80 2205 XXH 304 10 2205 40 317L 80 310
1/4 IPS 40 309 160 304 XXH 310 40 AL6XN 40 321 80 316
SCH TYPE 40 310 160 309 XXH 316 40 254SMO 40 347 80 317L
5 304 40 316 160 310 XXH 321 40 304 40 410 80 321
10 304 40 317L 160 316 XXH 347 40 309 40 446 80 347
10 310 40 321 160 317L XXH 2205 40 310 40 2205 80 2205
10 316 40 347 160 321 1-1/4 IPS 40 316 80 254SMO 160 304
10 347 40 410 160 347 SCH TYPE 40 317L 80 304 160 310
40 304 40 446 160 2205 5 304 40 321 80 309 160 316
40 309 40 2205 XXH 304 5 316 40 347 80 310 160 317L
40 310 80 304 XXH 310 10 304 40 410 80 316 160 321
40 316 80 309 XXH 316 10 309 40 2205 80 317L 160 347
40 317L 80 310 XXH 321 10 310 80 304 80 321 160 2205
40 321 80 316 XXH 347 10 316 80 309 80 347 XXH 304
40 347 80 317L 1 IPS 10 317L 80 310 80 410 XXH 310
40 2205 80 321 SCH TYPE 10 321 80 316 80 446 XXH 316
80 304 80 347 5 304 40 304 80 317L 80 2205 XXH 321
80 309 80 446 5 316 40 309 80 321 160 304 XXH 347
80 310 160 304 10 AL6XN 40 310 80 347 160 309 3 IPS
80 316 160 316 10 304 40 316 80 410 160 310 SCH TYPE
80 317L 160 321 10 309 40 317L 80 2205 160 316 5 304
80 321 160 347 10 310 40 321 160 304 160 317L 5 316
80 347 XXH 304 10 316 40 347 160 310 160 321 5 321
3/8 IPS XXH 316 10 317L 40 2205 160 316 160 347 10 AL6XN
SCH TYPE XXH 321 10 321 80 304 160 317L 160 410 10 254SMO
5 304 XXH 347 10 347 80 309 160 321 160 2205 10 304
10 304 3/4 IPS 10 2205 80 310 160 347 XXH 304 10 309
10 316 SCH TYPE 40 AL6XN 80 316 160 410 XXH 310 10 310
40 304 5 304 40 254SMO 80 317L 160 2205 XXH 316 10 316
40 309 5 316 40 304 80 321 XXH 304 XXH 317L 10 317L
40 310 10 304 40 309 80 347 XXH 310 XXH 321 10 321
40 316 10 310 40 310 160 304 XXH 316 XXH 347 10 347
40 317L 10 316 40 316 160 309 XXH 321 XXH 410 10 410
40 321 10 317L 40 317L 160 310 XXH 347 2-1/2 IPS 10 2205
40 347 10 321 40 321 160 316 2 IPS SCH TYPE 20 304
80 304 40 AL6XN 40 347 160 321 SCH TYPE 5 304 40 AL6XN
80 309 40 254SMO 40 410 160 347 5 304 5 316 40 254SMO
80 310 40 304 40 446 XXH 304 5 310 5 321 40 304
80 316 40 309 40 2205 XXH 310 5 316 10 304 40 309
80 317L 40 310 80 304 XXH 316 5 321 10 309 40 310
80 321 40 316 80 309 XXH 321 10 AL6XN 10 310 40 316
80 347 40 317L 80 310 XXH 347 10 254SMO 10 316 40 317L
40  321 80 316 10 304 10 317 40 321
40  347 80 317L 10 309 10 321 40 347
 40  410 80 321 10 310 10 347 40 410

 

3 IPS XXH 347 4-1/2IPS 20 304 10 347 5 321 SCH TYPE
SCH TYPE 4 IPS SCH TYPE 20 316 10 410 10 304 5 304
40 2205 SCH TYPE 40 304 20 317L 10 2205 10 309 5 316
80 254SMO 5 304 5 IPS 40 AL6XN 20 304 10 310 5 317L
80 304 5 316 SCH TYPE 40 254SMO 20 310 10 316 5 321
80 309 5 321 5 304 40 304 20 316 10 317L 10 304
80 310 10 AL6XN 5 316 40 309 20 317L 10 321 10 309
80 316 10 254SMO 5 321 40 310 20 321 10 347 10 310
80 317L 10 304 10 304 40 316 30 304 10 2205 10 316
80 321 10 309 10 310 40 317L 40 AL6XN 20 304 10 317L
80 347 10 310 10 316 40 321 40 304 20 310 10 321
80 410 10 316 10 317L 40 347 40 309 20 316 10 347
80 2205 10 317L 10 321 40 410 40 310 20 317L 20 304
160 304 10 321 40 304 40 2205 40 316 20 321 20 310
160 309 10 347 40 309 80 304 40 317L 30 304 20 316
160 310 10 2205 40 310 80 309 40 321 30 316 20 317L
160 316 20 304 40 316 80 310 40 347 40 304 20 321
160 317L 20 316 40 317L 80 316 40 410 40 309 30 304
160 321 40 AL6XN 40 321 80 317L 40 2205 40 310 30 316
160 347 40 254SMO 40 347 80 321 60 304 40 316 STD AL6XN
160 2205 40 304 40 2205 80 347 60 316 40 317L STD 304
XXH 304 40 309 80 304 80 410 80 304 40 321 STD 309
XXH 310 40 310 80 309 80 2205 80 309 40 347 STD 310
XXH 316 40 316 80 310 120 304 80 310 40 410 STD 316
XXH 317L 40 317L 80 316 120 310 80 316 40 2205 STD 317L
XXH 321 40 321 80 317L 120 316 80 317L XH 304 STD 321
XXH 347 40 347 80 321 120 317L 80 321 XH 309 STD 347
XXH 410 40 410 80 347 120 321 80 347 XH 310 STD 410
3-1/2 IPS 40 2205 80 2205 120 347 80 410 XH 316 STD 2205
SCH TYPE 80 304 120 304 120 2205 80 2205 XH 317L 40 304
5 304 80 309 120 316 160 304 100 304 XH 321 40 310
5 310 80 310 120 321 160 310 100 316 XH 347 40 316
5 316 80 316 120 347 160 316 100 321 XH 410 40 321
5 317L 80 317L 160 304 160 317L 100 347 XH 2205 60 304
10 304 80 321 160 310 160 321 120 304 80 304 60 316
10 309 80 347 160 316 160 347 120 316 80 310 60 321
10 310 80 410 160 321 160 2205 120 317L 80 316 XH 304
10 316 80 2205 160 347 XXH 304 120 321 80 317L XH 309
10 317L 120 304 XXH 304 XXH 316 120 347 80 321 XH 310
10 321 120 310 XXH 310 XXH 321 120 2205 80 347 XH 316
10 347 120 316 XXH 316 XXH 347 140 304 100 304 XH 317L
40 304 120 317L XXH 321 XXH 2205 140 316 100 316 XH 321
40 309 120 321 XXH 347 7 IPS 140 321 100 321 XH 347
40 310 120 347 6 IPS SCH TYPE 140 347 120 304 XH 410
40 316 120 2205 SCH TYPE 40 304 160 304 120 316 80 304
40 317L 160 304 5 304 8 IPS 160 310 120 321 80 316
40 321 160 309 5 316 SCH TYPE 160 316 120 347 80 317L
40 347 160 310 5 317L 5 304 160 317L 140 304 80 321
80 304 160 316 5 321 5 316 160 321 140 316 80 347
80 309 160 317L 10 AL6XN 5 321 160 347 140 321 100 304
80 310 160 321 10 304 5 347 160 2205 140 347 100 316
80 316 160 347 10 309 10 AL6XN XXH 304 160 304 100 321
80 321 160 2205 10 310 10 304 XXH 316 160 310 100 347
80 347 XXH 304 10 316 10 309 XXH 321 160 316 120 304
160 304 XXH 310 10 317L 10 310 10 IPS 160 317L 120 316
160 316 XXH 316 10 321 10 316 SCH TYPE 160 321 120 317L
XXH 304 XXH 317L 10 347 10 317L 5 304 160 347 120 321
XXH 316 XXH 321 10 2205 10 321 5 316 12 IPS 120 347

 

140 304 160 304 10S 304 40 316 10 304
140 316 160 316 10S 310 60 304 10 316
140 321 160 321 10S 316 60 316 STD 304
160 304 160 347 10S 317L XH 304 30 IPS
160 316 16 IPS 10S 321 XH 316 SCH TYPE
160 321 SCH TYPE 10 304 XH 321 5 304
160 347 5 304 10 310 80 304 5 316
14 IPS 5 316 10 316 80 316 10 304
SCH TYPE 10S 304 10 317L 100 304 10 316
5 304 10S 309 10 321 100 316 STD 304
5 316 10S 310 20 304 120 304 STD 316
10S 304 10S 316 20 316 120 316 XH 304
10S 310 10S 317L 30 304 160 304 XH 316
10S 316 10S 321 STD 304 160 316 36 IPS
10S 317L 10 304 STD 309 22 IPS SCH TYPE
10S 321 10 310 STD 310 SCH TYPE 10 304
10 304 10 316 STD 316 10S 304 10 316
10 310 10 317L STD 317L 10S 316 STD 304
10 316 10 321 STD 321 10 304 STD 316
10 317L 20 304 STD 347 STD 304
10 321 20 316 40 304 STD 316
20 304 STD 304 40 316 XH 304
20 316 STD 309 60 304 24 IPS
STD 304 STD 310 60 316 SCH TYPE
STD 309 STD 316 XH 304 5 304
STD 310 STD 317L XH 310 5 316
STD 316 STD 321 XH 316 10 304
STD 317L STD 347 XH 317L 10 309
STD 321 60 304 XH 321 10 310
STD 347 60 316 80 304 10 316
STD 2205 60 321 80 316 10 317L
40 304 XH 304 80 321 10 321
40 316 XH 309 100 304 30 304
60 304 XH 310 100 316 30 316
60 316 XH 316 120 304 STD 304
60 321 XH 317L 120 316 STD 310
XH 304 XH 321 140 304 STD 316
XH 309 XH 347 160 304 STD 317L
XH 310 80 304 160 316 STD 321
XH 316 80 316 160 321 40 304
XH 317L 80 321 20 IPS 40 316
XH 321 100 304 SCH TYPE 60 304
XH 347 100 316 5 304 XH 304
80 304 100 321 5 316 XH 316
80 316 120 304 10S 304 XH 317L
80 317L 120 316 10S 310 XH 321
80 321 120 321 10S 316 80 304
80 347 140 304 10S 317L 80 316
100 304 140 316 10S 321 100 304
100 316 140 321 10 304 120 304
100 321 160 304 10 316 160 304
120 304 160 316 10 317L 26 IPS
120 316 160 321 STD 304 SCH TYPE
120 321 160 347 STD 310 10 304
120 347 18 IPS STD 316 10 316
140 304 SCH TYPE STD 317L STD 304
140 316 5 304 STD 321 28 IPS
140 321 5 316 40 304 SCH TYPE

 

Stainless Steel Tube & Pipe Specifications :

 

SPEC. NO. TITLE SCOPE
ASTM A 213
ASME SA 213
Seamless Ferritic Stainless Steel and Austenitic  Stainless  Steel  Boiler, Superheater, Heat-Exchanger, and Condenser Tubes. Pressure tubes, made from 16 grades of austenitic stainless steel and from 12 grades of ferritic Cr-Mo Alloy Steel.
ASTM A 249
ASME SA 249
Welded  Austenitic   Stainless  Steel Boiler, Superheater, Heat-Exchanger, and Condenser Tubes. Pressure tubes, made from austenitic stainless steels, (Types 304, 304H, 304L, 305, 309, 310,316, 316H, 316L, 317, 321, 321H, 347, 347H, 348, 348H, and XM grades.)
ASTM A 268
ASME SA 268
Seamless and Welded Ferritic Stain-less Steel Tubing for General Service. 15 grades of ferritic stainless steel tubing for general corrosion resistance and high temperature service. (Types 329, 405, 409, 410, 429, 430, 430Ti, 443, 446, XMs & others).
ASTM A 269
Seamless  and  Welded  Austenitic Stainless Steel Tubing for General Service. 13 grades of austenitic stainless,steel tubing for general  corrosion- resisting and  high-temperature service. (Types 304, 304L, 316, 316L, 317, 321,347, 348 and XM grades).
ASTM A 270
Seamless and Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel Sanitary Tubing. Austenitic stainless steel   intended for usein the diary and food industry in sizes up”to andincluding 4 in. in outside diameter.
ASTM  A312
ASME SA 312
Seamless and Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipe. Austenitic stainless steel pipe intended for high temperature and general corrosive service.22 grades are covered.
ASTM A 358
ASME SA 358
Electric-Fusion-Welded Austenitic Chromium-Nickel Altoel for  High-Temperature For corrosion and high temperature service, normally not less than 8 in. nominal diameter. Types 304, 316, 309, 310, 321, 321, 347, 304L; 316L, 304H, 316H.
ASTM A 376
ASME SA 376
Seamless Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipe for High-Temp Central-Station Service. Austenitic stainless steel pipe intended for high temperature and general corrosive service. Better surface than A312 pipe.
ASTM A 409
ASME SA 409
Welded Large Outside Diameter Light- Wall Austenitic Chromium-Nickel .Alloy Steel Pipe for Corrosive or High-Temperature Service. Nominal diameter 14-30 in. in Schedules SS and 105. Types 304, 309, 310, 316, 317, 321, 347, 348, 304L, 316L.
ASTM A 450
ASME SA 450
General Requirements for Alloy Steel Tubes. Common requirements for ASTM tubular specifications.
ASTM A 511
Seamless Stainless Steel Mechanical Tubing. 27 grades are covered for mechanical applications.  Primarily round tubing.
ASTM A 530
ASME SA 530
General Requirements for Carbon, Ferritic Alloy, and Austenitic Alloy Steel Pipe. Common requirements for ASTM pipe specifications as listed.
ASTM A 554
Welded Stainless Steel MechanicalTubing. Nineteen grades are covered for mechanical applications. Rounds, squares, rectangles, and special shapes are included.
ASTM A 632
Seamless and Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel Tubing for General Service. Small Diameter. 9 grades of austenitic stainless steel tubing for general corrosion-resisting and high-temperature service.
AMS 556
Steel Tubing, Corrosion and Heat Resistant 18 Cr; 11 Ni; (Cb + Ta) (SAE 30347) Hydraulic. Annealed type 347 hydraulic Iin6 tubing.
Type 1—Seamless
Type 2—Welded & Drawn
AMS 5557
Steel Tubing,  Corrosion  and  Heat Resistant  18 Cr; 11 Ni; Ti (SAE30321) Hydraulic. Annealed type 347 hydraulic line tubing.
Type 1—Seamless
Type 2—Welded & Drawn
AMS 5558
Steel Tubing, Welded, Corrosion and Heat Resistant 18 Cr; 11 Ni, (Cb  + Ta) (SAE 30348) Thin  Wall. High pressure ducting, wall thickness  or less. Weld bEAD controlled, X-ray.
AMS 5559
Steel Tubing, Welded, Corrosion and Heat Resistant 18 Cr, 10 Ni, Ti, (SAE 30321) Thin Wall. High pressure ducting, wall thickness or less. Weld bead controlled, X-ray.
AMS 5560
Steel Tubing, Seamless CorrosionResistant 19 Cr; 9 Ni (SAE 30304). Annealed type 304 aircraft hydraulic line tubing. (Not subject to high pressure). Structural.
AMS 5561
Steel Tubing, Welded and DrawnHigh Pressure Hydraulic. For parts and assemblies such as fluid lines subject to high pressure and requiring corrosion
AMS 5562
Steel Tubing, Seamless Corrosion Resistant 21 Cr; 6 Ni; 9 Mn Annealed. Parts and assemblies requiring both corrosion and heat resistance, and having higher strength than 18-8 types.
AMS 5565
Steel Tubing, Welded, Corrosion Resistant 19 Cr; 9 Ni (SAE 30304). Annealed type 304 aircraft hydraulic line tubing. (Not subject to high pressure). Structural.
AMS 5566
Steel Tubing,  Seamless  or Welded Corrosion Resistant 19 Cr; 10 Ni (SAE 30304) High Pressure Hydraulic. Cold drawn type 304, high pressure, aircraftType 1   SeamlessType 2—Welded Drawn
AMS 5567
Steel Tubing, Seamless or Welded Corrosion Resistant 19 Cr; 10 Ni (SAE 30304) Hydraulic, Solution Treated. Fluid lines subject to medium high pressures requiring corrosion resistance. Annealed.(1) Seamless     (2) Welded & Drawn
AMS 5570
Steel Tubing, Seamless Corrosion and Heat Resistant 18 Cr; 10 Ni; Ti tSAE 30321). Annealed Structural. Parts and assemblies requiring both corrosion and heat resistance especially when such partsare welded during fabrication. Requiring oxidation resistance up to approximately 1500°F., but useful at that temperature only when stresses are low.
AMS  5571
Steel Tubing, Seamless Corrosion andHeai Resistant  18 Cr; 11 Ni; (Cb  + Ta)‹SAE 30347). Annealed Structural. Parts and assemblies requiring both corrosion and heat resistance especially when such parts are welded during fabrication. Requiring oxidation resistance up to approximately 1500°F., but useful at that temperature only when stresses are low.
AMS 5572
Steel  Tubing,  Seamless  Corrosion  and Heat Resistant 25 Cr; 20 Ni (SAE 30310).  Annealed  Structural. Parts and assemblies requiring both corrosion and  heat  resistance  especially  when  welded during fabrication.  Requiring oxidation resistance up to approximately 2000°F., but useful at that temperature  only when  stresses  are low.
AMS 5573
Seamless Type 316
Annealed  Structural.
Parts & assemblies requiring both corrosion and heat resistance up to 1600ºF.
AMS 5574
Seamless Type 309S
Annealed  Structural.
Parts & assemblies requiring both cofrosion and heat resistance up to 2000°F., especially welded assemblies.
AMS 5575
Steel Tubing, Seamless Corrosion and Heat Resistant 16 Cr; 11 Ni; (Cb + Ta) (SAE 30347). Annealed Structural. Parts and assemblies requiring both corrosion and heat resistance espec[ially when such parts are welded during fabrication. Requiring oxidation resistance up to approximately 1500ºF., but useful at that temperature only when stresses are low.
AMS 5576
Steel Tubing, Welded, Corrosion and Heat Resistant 18 Cr; 10 Ni; Ti (SAE 30321).  Annealed  Structural. Parts and assemblies requiring both corrosion and heat resistance especially when such parts are welded during fabrication. Requiring oxidation resistance up to approximately 1500°F., but useful at that temperature only when stresses are low.
A EBS  5577
Steel Tubing, Welded, Corrosion and Heat Resistant 25 Cr; 20 Ni; (SAE 30310). Annealed Structural. Parts and assemblies requiring both corrosion and heat resistance especially when welded during fabrication.  Requiring oxidation resistance up to approximately 2000°F., but useful at that temperature only when stresses are low.
AMS 5639
Seamless Type 304 Cold Finished Mechanical Tube
Rockwell 90B max Hardness Corrosion Embrittlement  Capability
AMS 5645
Seamless Type 321 Cold Finished Mechanical Tube
Rockwell 90B  max Hardness
Corrosion Embrittlement Capability
AMS 5646
Seamless Type 347 Cold Finished Mechanical Tube
Rockwell 90B max     Hardness
Corrosion  Embrittlement  Capability
AMS 5647
Seamless Type 304L Cold Finished Mechanical Tube
Rockwell  90B maxHardness
Corrosion Embrittlement Capability
AMS 5648
Seamless Type 316 Cold Finished Mechanical Tube
Rockwell 90B max Hardness
MIL-T-5695
Tubing, Steel, Corrosion Resistant(304),Cold Drawn (1/2 or 1/4 hard Smls or W & D.  Intended for use in fabrication of aircraft structural part requiring a high fegree of resisitance to corrosion.
MIL-T-6737 (T 321)
Tubing, Steel, Corrosion and Heat Resistant (18-8 Stabilized), Welded. Annealed. Type 321 and 347 tubing intended   use in the manufacture of exhaust stacks, manifolds, blast tubes,  ring collector  and similar  applications where a weldable corrosion and heat resisting steel is required or for use at 800º – 1500°F.
MIL-T-6845 (T 304)
Tubing, Steel, Corrosion Resistant 304) Aerospace Vehicle Hydraulic ³/  Hard, Seamless, Weldsd Drawn. Intended for use in high pressdre hydraulic and pneumatic systems in which corrosion resistant materials are required. The tubing is not suitable for use in applications assembled by weldin   or brazing or exposed to temperatures higher 800°F.,   because  of   impaired   resistance  to corrosion, where subsequent anneal not possible.
MIL-T-8504 (T 304)
Tubing, Steel, Corrosion Resistant 18-8) Annealed, Aircraft Hydraulic Seamless, Welded. Intended for use in high pressure hydraulic and pneumatic systems in which corrosion resistant materials are required. This tubing is of lower strength and higher ductility than tubin  Speci- fication  MIL-T-6845.  May be used to MIL-T-6845 tubing but heavier wall thicknesses must be used. Same qualifications regarding welding, brazing & temperature.
MIL-T-8506 (T 304)
Tubing, Steel, Corrosion Resistant (304) Annealed. Seamless, Welded. Intended for use in the fabrication of aircraft parts requiring a high degree of resistance to corrosion. Not to be used in high pressure hydraulic control systems.
MIL-T-8606
(T 304L)
(T 321)
(T 347)
Tubin , steel, Corrosion Resistant 18-8 Annealed. Welded & Drawn. Intended for use in applications which require a high degree of resistance to corrosion or to temperatures in the range of 800°F.—1500°F., or in applications which involve welding. Suitable for use In tank-automotive  equipment for hydraulic and mechanical applications.
MIL-T-8808
(T 321)
(T 347)
Tubing, Steel, Corrosion Resistant (18-8 Stabilized), Aircraft Hydraulic Quality. Annealed. Seamless, Welded  &  Drawn. Intended for use in high hydraulic and pneumatic systems where and heat resistance are required and in which welding or brazing may be involved during fabrication. Resists oxidation at temperatures to 1200°F., but is useful at that  temperature  only when  stresses are low.
MIL-T-8973
(T304L)
(T 316L)
(T 321)
(T 347)
Tubing,  Steel,  Corrosion  Resistant, Aerospace Vehicle Hydraulic System. ³/  Hard. Seamless, Welded & Drawn. Intended for use in high pressure hydraulic and pneumatic systems  corrosion and heat resistance are required and in which welding or brazing  may  be  involved  during  fabrication. Suitable for use in temperatures to 1200°F., when stresses  are  low.
MIL-P•1144
(T 304) (T 304L)
(T 316) (T 316L)
(T-321) (T 347)
Pipe, Stainless Steel, (Corrosion Resisting). Seamless or Welded. Annealed. Pipe is intended for high-temperature and hy- draulic or other pressure service under general corrosive conditions.

 

Stainless Steel Tube Data

Chemical Composition

AISITYPE
CHEMISTRY-PERCENT

 

TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS
C
Mn
P
S
SI
- CR
NI
OTHER
304
0.08
max
2
max
0.04
max
0.03
max
0.075
max
18.00
20.00
8.00
11.00
-
General purpose “300″ series grade for tubing applications.
304L
0.035
max
2 .00
max
0.04
max
0.03
max
0.75
max
18.00
20.00
8.00
13.00
-
Low carbon type 304 where greater resistance to carbide precipitation is desired.
304H
0.04
0.1
2
max
0.04
max
0.03
max
0.75
max
18.00
20
8.00
11
-
Carbon modified for improved high temperature strength.
310
0.15 max
2
max
0.04
max
0.03
max
0.75
max
24.00
26
19.00
22
-
High resistance to scaling and oxida-tion up to 2000°F.
316
008
max
2.00
max
0.040
max
0.030
max
0.75
max
16.00
18.00
11.00
4.00
Mo2.00-   3.00
Better corrosion resistance than type 304 in reducing media. Good hi-temp strength.
316L
0.035
max
2
max
0.04
max
0.03
max
0.75
max
16.00
18
10.00
15
Mo 2.00
3.00
Low carbon type 316 where greater resistance to carbide precipitation is desired.
316H
0_04
0.10
I 2.00
max
0040
max
0.030
max
0.75
max
16.00
18.00
11.00
14.00
Mo2.00-3.00
Carbon modified for improved temperature strength.
317
0.08
Max
2
max
0.04
max
0.03
max
0.75
max
18.00
20
11.00
14
Mo 3.00
4.00
Similar to type 316 but with better corrosion resistance and creep strength.
321
0.48
max
203
max
0.04
max
0.03
max
0.75
max
17.00
20
9.00
13
Ti
5XC-0.60
Titanium stabilized against carbide precipitation. Similar properties to type 304.
347
0.08
max
200
max
0.04
max
0.03
max
0.75
max
17.00
20
7.00
13
Cb + Ta  10XC-1.00
Columbium and tantalum stabilized against carbide precipitation.
21-6-9
0.04
max
8.00
max
60
max
0.03
max
1
max
19.00
21.5
5.50
7.5
N  0.15 0.40
High strength-to-weight ratio. Good corrosion resistance.
416
0.15
Max
1.25
max
0.066
max
0.15
max
1.00
max
12.00
14.00
Hardenable by heat treatment. Free machining. Moderate corrosion resistance.

 

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

TYPE
ITEMPER
NOMINAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
TENSILE
PSI
YIELD
PSI
ELONG.
% IN 2″
ROCKWELL
HARDNESS
304,
Annealed
I 1/8 Hard
85000
105000
35000
75000
55
20
RB80
RB95
304L
Annealed
1/8 Hard
80000
105000
30000
75000
55
20
RB75
RB95
304H
Annealed
85,000
35,000
55
RB80
310
Annealed
95,000
45,000
45
RB85
316
316L
316H
Annealed
Annealed
Annealed
85000
80000
85000
35000
30000
35000
50
50
50
RB80
RB75
RB80
317
Annealed
90,000
40,000
45
RB85
321
Annealed
1/8 Hard
90,000
105000
35000
75000
55
20
RB80
RB95
347
Annealed
95,000
40,000
50
RB85
21-6-9
Annealed
1/8 Hard
100000
142000
60000
120000
45
20
RB9,0
RC30.
416
Annealed
75,000
35,000
20
RB95

The information and data presented herein are typical or average values and are not a guarantee of maximum or minimum values. Applications specifically suggested for material described herein are made solely for the purpose of illustration to enable the reader to make his own evaluation and are not intended as warranties, either express or implied, of fitness for these or other purposes.