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A Seamless Fit: Common Applications for Stainless Steel Tubes

Metal Tubing

Stainless steel tubes are versatile and have a wide range of applications across various industries. With its exceptional properties, including corrosion resistance, durability, and high strength, the stainless tube has become a popular choice for many professionals. In this blog post, we will explore some common applications for stainless steel tubes and how they contribute to the success of different industries. (more…)

Webinar – How Bending Precision Stainless Tubing Can Improve Product Performance

Bent Precision Stainless Tubing

How Bending Precision Stainless Tubing Can Improve Product Performance

In this upcoming webinar by Eagle Stainless Tube & Fabrication, industry experts Rob Bubencik Jr., President of Eagle Stainless, and Adam Petti, a seasoned Process Engineer, will guide you through the fundamentals of precision tube bending and its significance in today’s complex engineering landscape.

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Showcasing Precision Solutions at MD&M West in Anaheim

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We are excited to announce our participation in the upcoming MD&M West conference in Anaheim, taking place in February. Known for excellence in manufacturing, Eagle Stainless is eager to present its cutting-edge solutions and expertise in precision stainless steel tubing at this premier medical design and manufacturing event. Attendees can expect to explore a range of products designed to meet the highest industry standards. (more…)

How to Passivate Stainless Steel

how to passivate stainless steel

Understanding how to passivate stainless steel is an essential step employed by fabricators to ensure the long-term performance and durability of stainless steel parts and components. As a post-fabrication finishing process, passivation enhances and optimizes the natural corrosion resistance of stainless steel without changing the fundamental properties of the material. To passivate stainless steel, the metal’s surface is treated with an acid solution that reacts with oxygen to form an oxide layer that protects the underlying metal surface from corrosion. (more…)

Learn More: 300 Series Stainless Steel

304-grade stainless steel

In the world of stainless steel, the 300 series reigns supreme. Known for their impressive corrosion resistance, unique chemical composition, and remarkable resilience in extreme temperatures, these alloys are a top choice for numerous industries. But what is it that makes this series so versatile and reliable? Let’s delve deeper into the fundamental advantages of 300 series stainless steel and shed light on two of its eminent grades: 304 and 316. (more…)

Advantages to End Forming Stainless Steel Tubing

tube forming

Domestic raw steel production in the United States exceeds one million tons every week. Stainless steel is an alloy of steel that uses chromium to resist rusting and corrosion. Stainless tubing has applications in the aerospace and medical industries. A crucial part of stainless steel fabrication is tube forming. In this article, we’ll look at the many advantages of this important fabrication process. (more…)

5 Superior Advantages of Stainless Steel

advantages of stainless steel

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…)

Austenitic, Martensitic, Ferritic Stainless Steel

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Stainless steel is the generic name for the widely popular family of corrosion-resistant metal alloys. There are several different types of stainless steel, but they have properties in common. When it comes to 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 the performance of the metal.

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