cast iron tubing

Cast Iron Tubing

Fleischer Tube Distributors Corp. is your trusted source for top-quality cast iron tubing. With nearly 50 years of experience, we provide a wide range of standard and custom cast iron 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 cast iron 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 processing capabilities, we can efficiently handle your cast iron tubing orders to your exact specifications. Our motto, “Your Metal Problems Solved,” reflects our unwavering commitment to your success.

Cast Iron Tubing Types and Specifications We offer a comprehensive selection of cast iron tubing types to cater to a wide range of applications and performance requirements. Some of the key types we supply include:

  1. Gray Cast Iron Tubing
    • ASTM A48 Class 20
    • ASTM A48 Class 30
    • ASTM A48 Class 40
  2. Ductile Cast Iron Tubing
    • ASTM A536 Grade 60-40-18
    • ASTM A536 Grade 65-45-12
    • ASTM A536 Grade 80-55-06
  3. Austempered Ductile Iron (ADI) Tubing
    • ASTM A897 Grade 750
    • ASTM A897 Grade 1050
    • ASTM A897 Grade 1400

Our cast iron tubing is available in a variety of sizes, with nominal pipe sizes (NPS) ranging from 1/2″ to 24″ and wall thicknesses from 0.125″ to 1.000″. We also offer various end configurations, including plain end, threaded, and flanged, to suit your specific application needs.


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

  1. Plumbing and Piping Systems
    • Drainage and waste piping
    • Water supply and distribution
    • Sewer and storm water lines
  2. Industrial Manufacturing
    • Machine tool coolant lines
    • Compressed air and gas piping
    • Structural components and frames
  3. Agriculture and Irrigation
    • Irrigation piping and sprinkler systems
    • Livestock watering and feeding systems
    • Greenhouse and nursery infrastructure
  4. Mining and Mineral Processing
    • Slurry transport piping
    • Dewatering and water management systems
    • Conveyor and material handling components
  5. Automotive and Transportation
    • Exhaust system components
    • Brake and hydraulic lines
    • Suspension and chassis parts

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Cast Iron Tubing

Cast iron tubing offers excellent durability, corrosion resistance, and heat dissipation properties. It is also known for its good machinability, damping characteristics, and ability to withstand high compressive loads, making it suitable for a wide range of applications.
Gray cast iron has a graphite microstructure in the form of flakes, providing good wear resistance and vibration damping. Ductile cast iron has a spheroidal graphite microstructure, offering higher strength, ductility, and toughness compared to gray cast iron.
Yes, certain grades of ductile cast iron tubing, such as ASTM A536 Grade 80-55-06, are suitable for high-pressure applications. Our experienced team can help you select the appropriate grade based on your specific pressure requirements and operating conditions.
Cast iron tubing is generally more cost-effective than steel tubing for certain applications, particularly those requiring good corrosion resistance and thermal properties. However, the specific cost comparison depends on factors such as the grade, size, and quantity required.
While cast iron tubing is not typically welded due to its high carbon content, it can be joined using various methods such as threading, flanging, and mechanical couplings. Our team can provide guidance on the most suitable joining methods for your specific application.

Contact us for your Cast Iron Tubing Needs Our dedicated team is ready to assist you in selecting the ideal cast iron 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 cast iron tubing products and services.