Thin Wall Stainless Steel Tubing Is Used When Working With Thick Fluids

Precision delivery of thick fluids and liquids can be accomplished by using thin wall stainless steel tubing. Because the inner diameter of the tubing is larger than regular wall, it allows fluids to flow better and at a faster rate. You might need to use this style of tubing for processes and applications where glues, adhesives, lubricants and greases are being applied to specific locations on parts and components. Delivery methods include using syringes, bottles and automated machinery. Depending on your exact processes, you may also need to have the tubing custom cut to size or bent at a specific angle in order to reach the area of application.

Non-Sterile Thin Wall Stainless Steel Tubing Is Used for Industrial and Medical Applications

Non-sterile thin wall stainless steel tubing is designed to be used for industrial applications and certain medical applications which do not require sterilization. It is common for the tubing to be attached to polypropylene luer hubs and made into dispensing needles with a blunt tip for certain processes. The needle assemblies are able to be attached to a syringe or bottle for easier delivery. For instance, in dental offices, this type of delivery system is often used with various liquid materials used to make molds, dentures, implants, veneers and tooth-colored fillings, as well as for procedures used to whiten teeth and supply fluoride treatments. Using the needle assemblies allows for precision delivery to create the desired product in the correct size and shape, and to  ensure the proper amount of fluid is used.

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