The advantages of stainless steel make it a premier material choice for many projects. Thanks to its corrosion resistance, fire and heat resistance, hygiene, aesthetic appeal, strength-to-weight advantage, ease of fabrication, and impact resistance, stainless steel tubing has been widely used across industries for decades. It is the go-to solution when reliability and versatility are key. Additionally, stainless steel has impressive longevity when properly cared for and maintained, making it the cost-effective choice in the long run. With such a wide range of advantages, it is no surprise why stainless steel remains a popular material choice for many applications. (more…)
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Stainless steel is the generic name for the widely popular family of corrosion resistant metal alloys. Though there are a number of different stainless steels, austenitic vs. martensitic, for example, the one commonality that they all share is a 10.5% minimum chromium content. Once chromium is alloyed to steel it forms a protective film on the steel surface, preventing any contact with oxygen. Depending on the material needs, other elements such as nickel, molybdenum, or titanium can be added to improve corrosion resistance and to provide additional necessary properties that can enhance performance of the metal.
Eagle Stainless Tube & Fabrication Inc. proudly renews ISO 13485 and ISO 9001 quality management certifications, reaffirming its unwavering dedication to Quality and Compliance
Eagle will be exhibiting again at MD&M East in New York City June 13-15, 2023 Jacob Javits Convention Center.
Corrosion resistance and heat resistance are the primary reason for specifying stainless steel. For these reasons, temperatures and chemicals are among issues to consider when determining the right grade for an application.304 and 316 alloys retain their strength, toughness, and corrosion-resistant properties in high temperatures.
Lower alloyed grades resist corrosion in atmospheric and pure water environments; high alloyed grades can resist corrosion in most acids, alkaline solutions and chlorine bearing environments making their properties useful in process plants. Chromium is the alloying element that imparts to stainless steels their corrosion resistance qualities by combining oxygen to form a thin invisible chromium-oxide protective film on the surface. The addition of molybdenum can increase the hardenability, toughness and tensile strength. The main reason to add molybdenum is to reduce pitting. (more…)
Eagle’s philosophy has always been that quality can only be realized through the meticulous care of our employees and the consistency of commitment.
By Rob Bubencik Jr. (more…)
MD&M West at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim CA February 7-9, 2023. MD&M West brings the entire medical device design-to-market community together in a setting that promotes interaction and inspiration. (more…)
September 28-29, 2022 – Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
BIOMEDevice Boston is an expo for what’s next in medical design and manufacturing. The expo has 200+ exhibitors, and visitors can find the nation’s top suppliers, a complete array of design and manufacturing resources, and the education they need. (more…)
Eagle Stainless has increased our capabilities for bending stainless steel tubing with a new CNC Tube Bending Machine. This gives additional capacity as well as increased CNC tube bending through .625 diameter in a variety of wall thicknesses, with minimal radius and wall thinning requirements. The machine assures consistent bending and precision dimensions. (more…)
For forty years, Eagle Stainless Tube & Fabrication has been a stainless steel tubing manufacturer, supplying stainless steel tubing and other metals to the medical, aerospace, and industrial industries. In 1982, Robert Bubencik Sr. and Roy Elliot pulled together a handful of employees to launch a small machine shop in Franklin, Massachusetts. Despite their size and infancy, they were committed to building a world-class product manufacturing firm. This remains the philosophy today. (more…)