Technical Articles

Eagle Stainless Tube & Fabrication, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Metals and Alloys)
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Stainless steel is often chosen for its aesthetic appearance, so make sure to specify the surface finish you need. The most common is the shiny, silvery finish manufacturers refer to as "bright";...
(Metals and Alloys)
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Selecting the best alloy for a tubing application can be a daunting task considering the wide variety of stainless steel and metal alloys available....
(Metals and Alloys)
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What is Stainless Steel?...
(Metals and Alloys)
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Chemical Compositions and Major Characteristics chart...
(Hose, Pipe and Tubing)
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This guide walks you through what to know when ordering stainless steel tubing and related products. The right tubing can last the lifetime of your product....
(Metals and Alloys)
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Discover the Benefits of Stainless Steel...
(Metals and Alloys)
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With so many options, how can you ensure you're selecting the appropriate grade for your specific needs?...
(Hose, Pipe and Tubing)
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Eagle furnishes a full line of stainless steel pipe, fittings and flanges to handle any problem involving corrosion, temperature or pressure....
(Hose, Pipe and Tubing)
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Tubing is generally ordered to outside diameter and wall thickness, and is inventoried as Eagle Service Center Stock....
(Hose, Pipe and Tubing)
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Pipes accommodate larger applications with sizes that range from a ½ inch to several feet. Tubing is generally used in applications where smaller diameters are required....
(Hose, Pipe and Tubing)
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This table is based on the best known and most widely used formula for calculating the bursting pressure of tubes, namely, Barlow's...