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Honed Tubing

Honed Tubing: Premier Steel and Pipe’s hydraulic cylinder tubing is produced using our “Suitable to Hone” Drawn Over Mandrel (DOM) and Cold Drawn Seamless (CDS). The honing process involves using abrasive polishing stones and abrasive paper to remove small amounts of material, to produce extremely precise ID dimensions and improved finishes. Honed tubing is ready to use for hydraulic cylinder…

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Chrome Plated OD Tubing

Chrome Plated OD Tubing: Premier Steel and Pipe’s Chrome Plated OD tubes are produced from Drawn over Mandrel (DOM) tubing in grades 1026 and ST52.3. The outside diameters are centerless ground, polished, and chrome plated to a thickness of .0005” – .001” per side. Chrome OD tubes are also offered with a honed inside diameter for Telescoping Hydraulic Cylinder applications. ·Made…

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Hydraulic Fluid Line

Hydraulic Fluid Line: Premier Steel and Pipe offers Hydraulic Fluid Line (HFL) in both Seamless and Electric Resistance Welded grades. Designed and processed to insure a clean ID necessary for hydraulic fluid line systems. Both grades are designed to meet the same minimum bursting pressures. Both products are produced in such a way to allow for easy bending and flaring….

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Metric Honed Tubing

Metric Honed Tubing: Our hydraulic cylinder tubing is produced using our “Suitable To Hone” Drawn Over Mandrel (DOM) and Cold Drawn Seamless (CDS). The honing process involves using abrasive polishing stones and abrasive paper to remove small amounts of material, to produce extremely precise ID dimensions and improved finishes. Honed tubing is ready to use for hydraulic cylinder applications…

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Suitable to Hone Mechanical Tubing

Suitable to Hone Mechanical Tubing is produced from either Cold Drawn Seamless (CDS) Tubing or Drawn Over Mandrel (DOM) Tubing. Suitable to Hone Tubing is intentionally produced with an oversized wall thickness, which is intended to be honed to a smooth finish ID for cylinder applications. By utilizing suitable to hone tubing, machine time is reduced and waste is…

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Hot Finished Seamless Mechanical Tubing (HFS)

Hot Finished Seamless Mechanical Tubing (HFS) is a 1020/1026 carbon seamless mechanical steel tube commonly produced from a rotating heated bar and pierced to create a hollow tube. HFS tubing is a cost effective alternative to cold drawn seamless tubing with just a broader tolerance range on the outside diameter (OD) and inside diameter (ID). Hot Finished Seamless mechanical…

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Driveline Tubing

Driveline Tubing is a Drawn over Mandrel 1020/1026 carbon steel tube, used for replacement and manufacturing of Driveline shafts. The tube’s tight tolerances, straightness and high strength make it a superior product to many of the welded products in the market. Meets ASTM A 513 Type 5 Stocked Size range 1.250” OD – 5.118” OD; 0.065” – 0.250” wall…

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Alloy Tubing

4130 Alloy Tubing is commonly referred to as Chromoly, which contains chromium and molybdenum as alloying elements. Chromoly is superior to mild carbon steel based on a strength to weight ratio, making it widely used in applications that require less weight but similar strength. Such as roll cages for race cars, high performance bicycle frames, and fuselages for aircrafts….

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Cold Drawn Seamless Mechanical Tubing (CDS)

Cold Drawn Seamless Mechanical Tubing (CDS) is a cold drawn 1026 steel tube. Produced from piercing hot rolled bar stock, the cold drawing process increases the tube’s physical properties reducing the cost of machine time. Cold drawn seamless tubing provides a better uniformed OD and ID, enhanced machinability, increased strength, and tighter tolerances compared to hot finish seamless products….

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DOM Tubing

DOM Tubing (Drawn over Mandrel) is a cold drawn 1020 to 1026 or ST52.3 grade electric resistance welded tube with all the flash removed prior to drawing to size. Cold drawing DOM to size allows for higher yield and tensile strengths. In comparison to other tubing, DOM is produced to more exact OD and ID tolerances. This allows for…

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