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Aerospace Alloy &  Stainless Steel Tube
Aerospace Alloy &  Stainless Steel Tube
Aerospace Alloy &  Stainless Steel Tube

Aerospace alloy & stainless steel tube covers a wide range of types of steel which in fact find many applications beyond aerospace and defence. Both Oil & Gas and motorsports use these types of steels for a diverse range of demanding applications.

Tube forms are an important part of product selection and there is now a wide range of shapes to choose from. Production method must also be taken into account as tube can be supplied as seamless, welded and drawn depending on the intended application.

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Available Products

T45

A carbon-manganese steel with a tensile strength (Rm) of 700/900 N/mm2. Finds many applications in motorsport and aerospace due to relatively high strength to weight ratio and reduced requirement for localised heat treatment after welding.

T64

A carbon-manganese steel with a tensile strength (Rm) of 550/750 N/mm2. Hardness level below that of T45 Finds many applications in motorsport and aerospace due to relatively high strength to weight ratio compared to other steels.

T66

A type 347, niobium stabilised, stainless steel tube containing 18% chromium and 10% nickel. Good corrosion resistance and good weldability. Achieves a tensile strength (Rm) of 550/700 N/mm2

W.Nr 1.4550

T67

A type 321, titanium stabilised, stainless steel tube containing 18% chromium and 10% nickel. Good corrosion resistance and good weldability. Achieves a tensile strength (Rm) of approximately 550 N/mm2

W.Nr 1.4541

T72

A type 347, niobium stabilised, stainless steel containing 18% chromium and 10% nickel with added copper. Designed for use in hydraulic applications. Achieves a tensile strength (Rm) of 550/700 N/mm2

W.Nr 1.4550

15CDV6

A chromium-molybdenum-vanadium heat treatable steel with high strength after heat treatment (1080-1280 N/mm2). Easily welded and does not require localised heat treatment after welding.

W.Nr 1.7734

1020

A plain carbon steel with moderate strength and limited hardenability. Finds applications in general engineering and some motorsports where required performance requirements are relatively low and strength to weight ratios less important.

UNS G10200

A chromium-molybdenum heat treatable steel. Through hardenable easily machined. Tensile strength after heat treatment ≈860 N/mm2. Welded areas require heat treatment after welding to retain strength.

W.Nr
AFNOR
BS
1.7218
25CrMo4
708A25

A chromium-molybdenum deep hardening steel. Used for components requiring high hardness, toughness and fatigue resistance. Welded areas require heat treatment after welding to retain strength.

W.Nr
AFNOR
BS

1.7225
42CrMo4
709M40