Download our Stainless Steel Tubing chart as a convenient reference for light (XX) and heavy (H) wall dimensions of hard tempered, 304- and 316-grade stainless steel tubing in standard gauges 7 to 25, with OD and ID ranges specified. This chart also provides dimensions for half-gauges 3.5 to 25.5.
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Legacy Technologies, Inc.
304-grade stainless steel is a commonly used alloy when fabricating tubes for medical use, food processing, refineries, chemical industries, and more. It is highly resistant to corrosion, high temperatures, and oxidation, and 304-grade stainless steel can be easily bent, cut, end-formed and welded. 304-grade stainless steel is composed of a minimum of 18% chromium and 8% nickel, with a maximum of 0.08% carbon.
We also use 316-grade stainless steel tubing to make custom fabricated tubular parts. 316-grade stainless steel contains molybdenum and is substantially more resistant to corrosion than 304-grade stainless steel. In all other machining properties, 304- and 316-grade are identical. 316-grade stainless steel tubing can be ordered direct from our tubing mills as needed for your requirements.Download PDF | Printer-Friendly Chart
Print Four Slide Products’ stainless steel tubing chart for easy reference and simplified ordering. The chart includes gauges 7-25 for light and heavy wall, hard-tempered, 304- and 316-grade stainless steel.