Bending Thin Wall Stainless Tubing Can Be More Complex

When you need custom finishing processes with stainless steel tubing, certain processes are not suited for thin wall stainless tubing. For instance, bending can be more complicated, because the wall is thinner. In certain cases, bending the tubing at extreme angles may not be possible, as it would cause the tubing to kink, crack or break. In situations where you require your tubing to be bent to a custom angle, it is better to use regular wall tubing, whenever possible. However, if regular wall does not work for your applications or procedures, you are able to send in your specifications required for the thin wall tubing and allow us to create some test pieces to ensure they meet your exact specifications and needs.

Thin Wall Stainless Tubing Is Customized in Different Ways

Thin wall stainless tubing can be custom cut and beveled to your specifications and requirements. The tubing is also able to be combined with other materials to create different products, such as passing a straightened wire through the interior of the tubing to create guide wire assemblies. You could attach the tubing to polypropylene luer hubs to create needle assemblies. Needle assemblies can be directly attached to bottles, syringes and other such devices, for a variety of applications and processes in several industries. For instance, glues, oils, adhesives and lubricants are all able to be precisely measured, using a syringe, and delivered to the desired location during manufacturing procedures. Because you are using accurate measurements, you are also able to control waste and ensure production quality standards are maintained, as you avoid using either too much, or too little, of the fluid.

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