Stainless Steel Pipe

Schedule 40, 3" x 20', Plain End, Stainless Steel 304

007.040.30

$58.03/Linear Feet

$ 1,160.60/20 Feet
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This is an 304 Stainless Steel schedule 40, 3" X 20’ minimum linear feet plain end pipe.

 

Electric Resistance Welded. (ERW) used for bending, flanging and standard welding jobs.  (Electrical Resistance Welded). 

 

SAE 304 stainless steel is the most common stainless steel. The steel contains both chromium and nickel metals as the main non-iron constituents. It is an austenitic stainless steel. It is less electrically and thermally conductive than carbon steel. It is magnetic, but less magnetic than steel. It has a higher corrosion resistance than regular steel and is widely used because of the ease in which it is formed into various shapes.

 

stainless steel pipes are primarily used in piping systems for the transport of fluids or gases. Stainless steel pipes resists oxidation, making it a low-maintenance solution that is suitable for high temperature and chemical applications. Because it is easily cleaned and sanitized, stainless steel pipe is also desired for applications involving food, beverages, and pharmaceutical applications.

 

The term “pipe” and “tube” are often used to describe the same product, but it is important to know the difference. Though they share the same cylindrical shape, steel pipes are measured by the interior diameter (ID), whereas steel tubes are measured by the outside diameter (OD) and wall thickness. Another difference is that pipes are used to transport fluids and gases, while tubes are used to build parts or structural components.

 

This pipe is sold by 20’ minimum linear feet.

ItemStainless Steel Pipe
MaterialStainless Steel
Material GradeStainless Steel 304
Length20' Minimum Linear Feet
Nominal Pipe Size3"
Inside Diameter3"
Outside Diameter3.50"
Schedule40
Wall Thickness0.216"
Weight per Foot7.65 lbs
Total Weight153 lbs
FinishPlain End
Cuttable ?Yes

This is an 304 Stainless Steel schedule 40, 3" X 20’ minimum linear feet plain end pipe.

 

Electric Resistance Welded. (ERW) used for bending, flanging and standard welding jobs.  (Electrical Resistance Welded). 

 

SAE 304 stainless steel is the most common stainless steel. The steel contains both chromium and nickel metals as the main non-iron constituents. It is an austenitic stainless steel. It is less electrically and thermally conductive than carbon steel. It is magnetic, but less magnetic than steel. It has a higher corrosion resistance than regular steel and is widely used because of the ease in which it is formed into various shapes.

 

stainless steel pipes are primarily used in piping systems for the transport of fluids or gases. Stainless steel pipes resists oxidation, making it a low-maintenance solution that is suitable for high temperature and chemical applications. Because it is easily cleaned and sanitized, stainless steel pipe is also desired for applications involving food, beverages, and pharmaceutical applications.

 

The term “pipe” and “tube” are often used to describe the same product, but it is important to know the difference. Though they share the same cylindrical shape, steel pipes are measured by the interior diameter (ID), whereas steel tubes are measured by the outside diameter (OD) and wall thickness. Another difference is that pipes are used to transport fluids and gases, while tubes are used to build parts or structural components.

 

This pipe is sold by 20’ minimum linear feet.

ItemStainless Steel Pipe
MaterialStainless Steel
Material GradeStainless Steel 304
Length20' Minimum Linear Feet
Nominal Pipe Size3"
Inside Diameter3"
Outside Diameter3.50"
Schedule40
Wall Thickness0.216"
Weight per Foot7.65 lbs
Total Weight153 lbs
FinishPlain End
Cuttable ?Yes

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