Alloy steel tubing

Alloy Steel Tubing

Fleischer Tube Distributors Corp. is your trusted source for top-quality alloy steel tubing. With nearly 50 years of experience, we provide a wide range of standard and custom alloy steel tubing solutions to meet the diverse needs of industries across the New York Tri-State area and beyond.

Our Commitment to Quality and Service As a family-owned and operated business since 1973, Fleischer Tube Distributors Corp. is dedicated to delivering exceptional products and personalized service. We maintain an extensive inventory of alloy steel tubing in various sizes, wall thicknesses, and grades to ensure we have what you need when you need it. If a specific item is not readily available, our knowledgeable team will work diligently to source it for you.

With state-of-the-art sawing and shearing capabilities, we can efficiently process your alloy steel tubing orders to your exact specifications. Our motto, “Your Metal Problems Solved,” reflects our unwavering commitment to your success.

Alloy Steel Tubing Grades and Specifications We offer a comprehensive selection of alloy steel tubing grades to cater to a wide range of applications and performance requirements. Some of the key grades we stock include:

  1. Low Alloy Steel Tubing
    • ASTM A213 T11 (1.25Cr-0.5Mo)
    • ASTM A213 T22 (2.25Cr-1Mo)
    • ASTM A213 T5 (5Cr-0.5Mo)
  2. Chrome Moly Steel Tubing
    • ASTM A213 T9 (9Cr-1Mo)
    • ASTM A213 T91 (9Cr-1Mo-V)
    • ASTM A213 T92 (9Cr-0.5Mo-1.8W-V-Nb)
  3. Nickel Alloy Steel Tubing
    • ASTM A213 T2 (0.5Ni-0.5Cr-0.5Mo)
    • ASTM A213 T12 (1Cr-0.5Ni-0.5Mo)
    • ASTM A213 T122 (11Cr-1Ni-0.4Mo-2W)

Our alloy steel tubing is available in a variety of sizes, with outer diameters ranging from 1/8″ to 24″ and wall thicknesses from 0.028″ to 1.000″. We also offer various surface finishes, including hot-rolled, cold-drawn, and pickled and oiled, to suit your specific application needs.

Industries Served and Applications Fleischer Tube Distributors Corp.’s alloy steel tubing finds widespread use across multiple industries, supporting critical applications such as:

  1. Oil and Gas
    • Downhole tubing and casing
    • Heat exchanger and condenser tubing
    • High-pressure, high-temperature (HPHT) piping
  2. Power Generation
    • Boiler tubes and superheater tubing
    • Steam headers and piping systems
    • Flue gas desulfurization (FGD) equipment
  3. Chemical and Petrochemical Processing
    • Reactor and catalyst tubes
    • Furnace and heater tubing
    • Corrosion-resistant process piping
  4. Aerospace and Defense
    • Jet engine and turbine components
    • Hydraulic and pneumatic tubing
    • Structural and landing gear tubing
  5. Automotive and Transportation
    • Exhaust system tubing
    • Fuel and brake line tubing
    • Drive shaft and axle tubing

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Alloy Steel Tubing

Alloy steel tubing offers superior mechanical properties, such as higher strength, toughness, and creep resistance, compared to carbon steel tubing. The addition of alloying elements, such as chromium, molybdenum, and nickel, enhances the tubing’s performance in demanding applications involving high temperatures, pressures, and corrosive environments.
Seamless alloy steel tubing is manufactured by hot-working a solid billet or bar, resulting in a tube with no longitudinal seam. Welded alloy steel tubing is produced by forming steel strip and welding the edges together. Seamless tubing is generally preferred for critical applications requiring maximum strength and uniformity.
Yes, alloy steel tubing can be heat-treated to enhance its mechanical properties and performance. Common heat treatments include normalizing, quenching and tempering, and solution annealing. Our team can assist you in selecting the appropriate heat treatment based on your specific application requirements.
Chrome moly steel tubing grades, such as ASTM A213 T9, T91, and T92, are widely used in high-temperature applications due to their excellent creep strength and oxidation resistance. These grades are commonly found in power generation, oil and gas, and chemical processing industries.
Alloy steel tubing is typically specified by its outer diameter (OD) and wall thickness. The OD is expressed in inches or millimeters, while the wall thickness is either given as a decimal value or a gauge number. For example, a tube with an OD of 2″ and a wall thickness of 0.250″ would be specified as 2″ x 0.250″ alloy steel tubing.

Contact us for your Alloy Steel Tubing Needs Our dedicated team is ready to assist you in selecting the ideal alloy steel tubing solution for your application. Call us at 631 968 8822 or email to discuss your requirements. Visit our warehouse and offices, conveniently located at 123 Industrial Drive, Anytown, NY 12345. Let us help solve your metal problems with our superior alloy steel tubing products and services.