Carbon Tubing and Pipe

Boyer Steel, Inc., stocks a broad range of sizes in carbon steel tube and pipe. Carbon steel is a general term used to describe steel whose main alloying element is carbon and no minimum content is specified for any alloying elements such as chromium, nickel, molybdenum, etc. Carbon steel is one of the most commonly used metals because of its low cost and versatility.

Two of the most common uses of Carbon Steel are mechanical and structural applications. Mechanical applications demand strict control of chemistry and exacting adherence to dimensional tolerances. Structural applications put more demand on the physical properties such as strength and load bearing qualities. Mechanical tube and pipe are available in both welded and seamless as well as a variety of conditions (not annealed, stress relieved annealed, normalized and annealed).

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