Stainless Steel Coiled Tubing
Stainless Steel Coiled Tubing is discoid or mosquito-like tubing, the common used outer diameter is 0.5mm-20mm, and wall thickness is 0.1mm-2.0mm. Coiled tubing is widely used in chemical industry, machinery industry, electronic industry, power industry, textile industry, rubber industry, food industry, medical machinery industry, aerospace industry, communication industry, petroleum industry and other areas.
Stainless Steel Coiled Tubing includes welded coiled tubing and seamless coiled tubing.
Types of Stainless Steel Coiled Tubing
Types: Industrial Tubing, Super-long Coiled Tubing, U-bent Tubing, High Pressure Tubing, Heat Exchanger Tube, Fluid Pipe, etc.
Main Features: High temperature resistance, impact resistance, anti-corrosive resistance, ammonia corrosion resistance; fouling-free, anti-oxidation corrosive resistance; long service life, reduce maintenance time and cost savings.
Application of Stainless Steel Coiled Tubing
Industrial Coiled Tubing: used in heat exchanger, boiler, petroleum, chemical, fertilizer, fiber, pharmaceutical, nuclear power, etc.
Fluid Coiled Tubing: used in beverages, beer, milk, water supply system, medical equipment, etc.
Mechanical Structural Coiled Tubing: used in dyeing, printing, textile machinery, medical devices, kitchen equipment, automobile and shipping accessory, building and decoration, etc.
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