SA179Tubes.com is a manufacturer of SAE 1020 Tubes. It is preferable, but not necessary, that the alloy is solution-annealed when welded. When annealed at temperatures lower than the solution heat – treating temperature, secondary phases may precipitate, affecting the strength and ductility of the SAE 1020 Tubes. By increasing the speed and decreasing the feed, the web can be thinned down to one-third that of a standard drill, and therefore better finishes can be obtained for SAE 1020 Tubes.
Providing Grade SAE 1020 Tubes of various dimensions, we are a premier manufacturer of SAE 1020 Tubes. In the Heavy Duty market, we have acquired the reputation of being the most sought-after supplier of A213 T1 alloy steel seamless Tubes.
To meet industrial demands, SAE 1020 Tubes offers Alloy Steel Seamless Tubes that meet international quality parameters. The special grades of SAE 1020 Tubes are fabricated under the strict guidance of our professional workforce who supervises every step of the fabrication process to ensure that all the products that we deliver are in accordance with the necessary specifications.
Chemical, pulp and paper, aerospace, nuclear engineering, and heat-treating industries typically use SAE 1020 tubes. Furthermore, SAE 1020 tubes possess excellent mechanical properties and combine high strength with good workability. In compliance with national and international standards, SAE 1020 tubes are available in sizes ranging from 1/2″ to 24″. For more information, please contact us.
It is not recommended to use automatic screw machines with these Alloy Steel T1 EFW Tubes due to excessive speeds and carbide tips There will be a failure of tools. When machining Alloy Steel T1 ERW Tubes, sulphur-based cutting fluid should be used, and all cutting fluid traces should be removed prior to heat-treatment or high temperature service. These alloy steel T1 round tubes are indicative only of the results of such tests and should not be considered as guaranteed maximums or minimums. To determine their suitability for a particular application, alloy steel T1 square tubes must be tested under actual service conditions. The furnace trays in these Alloy Steel T1 Rectangular Tubes, which supported heavy loads, have been exposed to temperatures up to 2300 degrees Fahrenheit in an oxidising atmosphere without warping or bending.