Seamless Mechanical Tubing

Seamless Mechanical Tubing

Seamless mechanical tubing as the name suggests is seamless. There is no weld in the tube making it more sturdy and reliable.  To make this type of tube a solid steel bar is used using a die that bores out the center of the tube. 

Also, there are usually two types of seamless mechanical tubing, cold drawn seamless (CDC) and hot finish seamless (HFS).  The cold-drawn seamless has a better surface finish in addition to high strength and weight ratio. The hot finish seamless is more cost-effective and a wider range of sizes. In addition, we carry a variety of mechanical tubing sizes.  No matter what size tubing you need we have it for you. 

Availability of Seamless Mechanical Tubing

Our mechanical tubing is designed to last in a demanding application. Also, this type of tubing can be found in the automotive industry in gears and cylinders.  When it comes to special diameters make sure to contact us on the large variety of diameters we offer.

Mechanical tubing is generally used for light gauge and mechanical structural application. So examples, where the tubing is used, are solar racking, carports, appliances, greenhouse structures, canopies, and many other areas. The tubing is available in square, round, rectangle, or even custom shapes if needed. ” – Read More

No matter if you need seamless tubing or mechanical tubing of any kind, Detroit Nipple Works can help. Furthermore, Detroit Nipple Works is a premier supplier of tubing throughout the country. We help clients from all kinds of industries from all areas of the country.

Mechanical Tubing Suppliers 

No matter what type of mechanical tubing you are looking for, we have it. We carry mechanical square tubing and other types as well. With decades of experience in tubing, nipples, and valves we can find exactly what you need. Located in Detroit for over 80 years, we are a reliable source for all your needs.  If you have questions about your order, give us a call at 313.872.6370. Our experienced staff can answer all your questions and help you determine exactly what you need. 


Benefits And Uses Of Mechanical Tubing

Mechanical Tubing

There are many benefits to using mechanical tubing. One great benefit is the uniformity of the tube. A mechanical tube has uniform concentricity and wall thickness and also uniform mechanical properties. In addition to uniformity, strength is another great benefit.  The cold-forming process gives the tube a higher tensile strength and yield than other tubes. 

There other benefits of mechanical tubing such as cost, wide size range, a variety of shapes, and less processing. This type of tubing is usually made from a cold-rolled coil. Now do not confuse pipe with tubing, because there is a difference. Tubing is usually used for structural type applications, such as a bike frame. Where pipe is usually used for the transportation of liquids or gasses. 

Uses Of Mechanical Tubing

There are many uses for mechanical tubing in a variety of industries. The tubing is used in industries such as:

  • Automotive
  • Construction Equipment
  • Bicycles
  • Motorcycles
  • Exercise Equipment
  • Store Fixtures
  • Industrial Machinery
  • Steel Furniture

As explained in a previous article, mechanical tubing is made for specific requirements, specifications, tolerances, and chemistries. At Detroit Nipple Works, we can help you determine the exact type of tube your project needs. Whether you need mechanical tubing, galvanized steel pipes carbon steel pipes, or hydraulic pipes we have it all.  Also, our experts are here to answer any questions you may have. 

While other tubing suppliers struggle to fill orders, we here at Detroit Nipple Works will deliver on time for a reasonable rate. We have been Detroit’s number one supplier of tubing and steel products for decades. If you are looking for a pickled and oiled pipe, fittings, DOM tubing, brass pipe or any other type just contact us today.

Finally, please feel free to give us a call today at 1.888.698.7888 or use our easy quote form for a quote on tubing, nipples, or fittings.