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Stainless Type 316L (see page 34) For use in the semimconductor and other critical process gas systems. The seamless product process results in tube and pipe better adapted to pressure and forming applications. dimensions (above 1" O. The metal wall of the resulting tubular shape never separates as the material is extruded. pipe.Product Notes Extruded Aluminum Tube and Pipe Seamless vs. such needs are normally available from our production mill sources. and I.D. machine cut). Service is our middle name 46 . Cut to Length Requirements A great number of the many customer orders processed by Tube Service Company are cut to specific lengths on our high speed band saws or the modern cut off machine (burr free. Structural Aluminum A structural product starts as a solid billet. but is limited in many others such as pressure and forming. Structural tube and pipe is produced by the bridge/porthole type die and mandrel process.D. separates and pressure bonds as it passes through the die. If customer requirements are special as to size/closer than standard tolerances/longer lengths than stocked/surface finish. which results in longitudinal seams.) and in random lengths between 17' and 24'. this material is available from our inventories as ultraclean tubing components (tube. A structural product is fine for many non-critical applications. DOM Carbon Mechanical Tube The inventory of DOM at Tube Service Company has been manufactured to the O.D. close tolerance. Seamless aluminum tube and pipe are extruded by the die and mandrel or on a piercer press. fittings) in the EP (electro-polish) condition.

10 0.Mn .000 40.003" .0014.STAINLESS STEEL TUBE DATA CHEMISTRY—PERCENT AISI c Mn P S SI CR TYPE 304 304L 304H 0.00-3.999 1.010" .010" . Molybdenum .000 to 2.000 35.015" Plus .010" .006" .499 5.00 11.500 to 0.00 16.00 20.000 85.000" .035 max 0.0018.000" .00 8.499 3.00 excl 1. .000 80.D. .0020.030 max 0.000 105.000 YIELD PSI 35.000 35.000 to 1.000 Under 0.00 9.003" .000 3.003" .005" .00 max 2.00 11.00 18.005"(1) .075 max .006" .75 max 0.040 max 0.00 to 1.030 max 0.00 8.00 max 2.499 0. RANGE INCHES to ..60 Cb-Ta 10XC-1.00 Ti 5XC-0.005" . °/olN2" 55 20 55 20 ROCKWELL HARDNESS RB80 RB95 RB75 RB95 RB80 RB80 RB75 RB80 RB80 RB85 _ Mo 2.80013.015"(3) .040. Columbium .00 Annealed Annealed Annealed Annealed Annealed Annealed 55 50 50 50 55 50 316 316L 316H 321 347 ALLOY ABBREVIATIONS: Carbon Chromium .000 95.00 17.500 excl 1. Nickel .00 9.500 to 5.000 30. H.0015" .500 to 1.00 max 2.006" .000" .000 90.C Cr Cb Manganese.094 0.040 max 0.187 0.00 18.040 max 0.0013.000 80.004" .00 max 2.188 to 0.030" Minus .000 Under 0.500 to 1.00 to 2..00 max 2.75 max 18.000 75.999 2.0020.00 .010" .075 max 0.499 0.040 max 0.000 85.007" MIL-T-6845 304 SMLS W&D 1/8 HARD MIL-T-8504 304 SMLS W&D ANNEALED Under 0.08 max 2.000 30.50 excl O.D Plus .040 max 0.250 to 3.000 35.249 2.00 max 0.010" .000 85.00 10.094 to 0.08 max 0.040 max 0.499 2.030 max .00 excl 2.00-3.10 0..001" .08 max 0.0015" .Ni Phosphorus Selenium Silicon P Se Si Sulfur Titanium S Ti Tantalum Tungsten Ta W STAINLESS STEEL TUBE SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS FOR TUBE AND PIPE IN STOCK TOLERANCES SPECIFICATION TYPE CONDITION SIZE O.75 max 0.0011.F.001 to 5.500 to 1.040 max 0.500 to 8.035 max 0.500 0.500 to 2..500 to 5.499 3.0018.004" . .015" Plus .010" .75 max 0.500 to 1.004" .015" Minus .006" .005" .0018.75 max 0.003" .005" .030 max 0.500" inc.000 MIL-T-8808 321 347 SMLS W&D ANNEALED ASTM-A-269 300 SERIES SMLS W&D WELD.00 Mo 2.000" .00 Mo 2.030 max 0.75 max 0.040 max 0.499 1.040.030 max 0.000 35.188 to 0.010"(2) .0020.000 ELONG. .499 1.004" .499 1. .015" Minus .00 11.030 max 0.188 0.00 max 2.005" . OD tol ± 010" (2) When wall under 095" 00 tol ± 020" (3) When wall under 150" OD Tol ± 030" 47 Service is our middle name .005" .000 105.0013.08 max 0.500 to 3.000 75. .005" .004" . Plus . .00-3.005" .030" Plus 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% Plus 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% Plus 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% Plus 15% 10% 10% 10% 10% \WALL Minus 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% Minus 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% Minus 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% Minus 15% 10% 10% 10% 10% (1) When wall under 065".00 16.030 max 0.500 to 3.007" .00 NOMINAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES Nl OTHER _ TEMPER Annealed 1/8 Hard Annealed 1/8 Hard TENSILE PSI 85.500 to 2.00 17.007" Minus .0015.0014.015" .003" .00 16.007" .001" .Mo .0020.00 max 2.

10 Ni (SAE 30304) High Pressure Hydraulic.031" .063" ±.Ta) (SAE 30347).005" ±.749 10.00 to 10. Welded And Drawn or Seamless Corrosion Resistant 21 Cr. Steel Tubing.499 1.5% 3.99 TOLERANCES O. Seamless Corrosion and Heat Resistant 25 Cr.499 5.5% ±16.031" ±.047" ±. NUMBER ASTMA213 ASMESA213 Seamless Ferritic Stainless Steel and Austenitic Stainless Steel Boiler Superheater. Corrosion and Heat Resistant 18 Cr. Ni. 20 Ni i SAE 30310). Ti (SAE 30321) Hydraulic. TYPICAL PROPERTIES TENSILE STRENGTH MINIMUM 75. 11 Ni. Seamless Corrosion Resistant 19 Cr. Welded. 6 Ni.50 to 7. AMS 5559 ASTM A 249 ASME SA 249 ASTM A 268 ASME SA 268 ASTM A 270 ASTM A 358 ASME E 358 ASTM A 376 ASME SA 376 ASTM A 409 ASME SA 409 ASTM A 450 ASME SA 450 ASTM A 530 ASME SA 530 ASTM A 544 ASTM A 632 AMS 5556 AMS 5557 AMS 5560 AMS 5561 AMS 5562 AMS 5565 AMS 5566 AMS 5567 AMS 5570 AMS 5571 AMS 5573 AMS 5574 Service is our middle name 48 . (Cb . Steel Tubing. Seamless Type 316 Annealed Structural. NUMBER AMS 5558 Steel Tubing. ±. Corrosion Resistant 19 Cr. Steel Tubing.0% ±10. Annealed Structural.031" 12. Seamless or Welded Corrosion Resistant 19 Cr. Solution Treated. Seamless Type 309S Annealed Structural. and Austenitic Alloy Steel Pipe.031" .0% ±10.500 to 3.031" . Seamless Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipe for High-Temp Central-Station Service.005" ±. and Heat Resistant 18 Cr. Steel Tubing. Seamless and Welded Ferritic Stainless Steel Tubing for General Service. 10 Ni. Seamless and Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel Sanitary Tubing. Steel Tubing. Seamless Corrosion and Heat Resistant 18 Cr. 11 Ni.) ^PFPIFIPATlflN ASTM-A-511 Seamless Hollow Bar Hot Finished SIZE O. Welded Stainless Steel Mechanical Tubing. Small Diameter.500 to 7.75 to 12.062" .031" . Steel Tubing.D.5% ±14.010" ±.015" ±.499 5.499 3.50 to 5. Steel Tubing.0% ±10. 9 Ni (SAE 30304). 11 Ni. Steel Tubing.0% ADDITIONAL STAINLESS TUBE AND PIPE SPECIFICATIONS SPEC. Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel Boiler. 6 Ni. AMS 5572 SPEC.047" ±. Seamless Corrosion and Heat Resistant 18 Cr. 9 Mn Annealed. Seamless and Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel Tubing for General Service. Seamless Corrosion Resistant 21 Cr. Heat-Exchanger and Condenser Tubes.023" ±.0% ±10.000 psi ELONGATION IN 2 INCHES MINIMUM 35% Std grades 35% "L" grades 5 IPS to 8 IPS incl 10 IPS to 12 IPS incl WALL TOLERANCES WEIGHT TOLERANCES 10. Seamless or Welded Corrosion Resistant 19 Cr.75 Under 1/2" 1/2 to 1. Ti (SAE 30321) Thin Wall. (Cb -Ta) (SAE 30347) Hydraulic. Heat-Exchanger. and Condenser Tubes. 10 Ni (SAE 30304) Hydraulic. Steel Tubing.D.0 to 5. Superheater. Steel Tubing. Welded.5% YIELD STRENGTH MINIMUM 30. Annealed Structural. Corrosion and Heat Resistant 18 Cr. Welded Large Outside Diameter Light-Wall Austenitic Chromium-Nickel Alloy Steel Pipe for Corrosive or High-Temperature Service. Welded.000 psi 70. 11 Ni. RANGE INCHES Under 3" 3. 9 Ni (SAE 30304).5% ±15.000 psi Minus .999 8. Electric-Fusion-Welded Austenitic Chromium-Nickel Alloy Steel Pipe for High-Temperature Service. Steel Tubing. (Cb-Ta) (SAE 30347) Thin Wall.015" .SPECIFICATIONS FOR TUBE AND PIPE IN STOCK (cont. Ferritic Alloy. General Requirements for Carbon.030" WALL ±16.0% ±12.0% ASTM-A-511 300 Series Seamless Hollow Bar Cold Finished Some Hot Finished Sizes may require outside diameter tolerance of ±1.5% ±12.093" By Wt. Annealed Structural. Steel Tubing. Ti (SAE 30321).000 psi 25. General Requirements for Alloy Steel Tubes. Corrosion. Corrosion and Heat Resistant 18 Cr. 9 Mn High Pressure Hydraulic.5% of OD SPECIFICATION ASTM-A-312 Standard "300" Series "300" Series "L" Grades Seamless or Welded Without Filler Metal NOMINAL PIPE SIZE INCHES 1/8 IPS to 1-1/2 IPS incl 2 IPS to 4 IPS inct OD PIPE SIZE Plus .

Steel.531 . Annealed Structural. Welded.875 . Corrosion and Heat Resistant 18 Cr. Welded & Drawn.259 .000 1.018 .188 .G.078 . Pipe.425 .028 . or Fraction 7 Decimal .072 .W. Seamless. Annealed.020 .125 .G. Welded. AMS 5576 AMS 5577 AMS 5639 AMS 5645 AMS 5646 AMS 5647 AMS 5648 MIL-T-5695 (T304) DECIMAL EQUIVALENTS of B.203 .250 . Welded & Drawn.625 1.) SPEC.083 .012 .010 . NUMBER MILT-6737 (T321) MIL-T-8506 (T304) MIL-T-8606 (T304L) (T321) (T347) MIL-T-8973 (T304L) (T 316L) (T321) (T347) MIL-P-1144 (T 304) (T 304L) (T 316) (T 316L) (T 321) (T 347) Tubing.ADDITIONAL STAINLESS TUBE AND PIPE SPECIFICATIONS (cont.G. Steel.009 .203 . Corrosion Resistant (18-8 Stabilized). Seamless.141 . and Fractions for steel tubing B. Corrosion Resistant. Corrosion and Heat Resistant 18 Cr.375 1. Tubing.375 .094 .281 feet 1 meter 2.W.000 3/16 13/64 6 1/16 16 15 17/32 9/16 19/32 5/8 7/32 5 4 1/4 3 11/16 3/4 5/64 14 13/16 7/8 3/32 13 1/64 27 26 25 24 23 22 9/32 2 1 15/16 1 7/64 12 11 1/8 10 VA 1V4 5/16 0 1% 1V2 11/32 3/8 9/64 9 1/32 21 20 19 5/32 8 00 000 1% 1% 2 11/64 7/16 0000 METRIC CONVERSION FACTORS 10 millimeters = 1 centimeter 100 centimeters = 1 meter 1000 grams = 1 kilogram 1 centimeter = .058 .563 . Vi Hard. 20 Ni (SAE 30310).238 . Cold Drawn (V2 or % Hard) Smls or W&D.500 .219 .Ta) (SAE 30347).22psi 49 Service is our middle name .W.313 .032 .G. Steel. (304).281 . Corrosion Resistant.013 .750 2. Annealed.007 . Annealed.049 .180 .125 1.W. Seamless or Welded. Steel.063 .014 .031 . SPEC.750 .095 .300 .625 .688 . NUMBER AMS 5575 Steel Tubing.220 .G. Annealed Structural. (Corrosion Resisting). Steel.005 . Stainless Steel.035 .120 .438 .540cm 1 foot = 30.380 .065 . Welded. Corrosion and Heat Resistant 25 Cr.042 B.48 cm 1 kg/cm2 = 14.2046 lbs 1 kilogram 1 inch = 2. Seamless.340 .284 .172 B. Tubing. Tubing.016 . Annealed Structural. (304) Annealed.047 .025 .250 1. or Fraction 1/2 Decimal .109 .109 .004 .148 .454 B.016 . or Fraction 3/64 18 17 Decimal .813 . Ti (SAE 30321).134 .008 . Corrosion Resistant Aerospace Vehicle Hydraulic System.022 . Welded. Steel Tubing. Welded.156 .165 . 11 Ni (Cb .938 1. Steel Tubing.W.3937 inch 3. Corrosion and Heat Resistant (18-8 Stabilized). 10 Ni.5000 1. Seamless Type 304 Seamless Type 321 Seamless Type 347 Seamless Type 304L Seamless Type 316 Tubing.344 .594 . or Fraction 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 Decimal .

000 32.90 .35 .000 70.040 max .60 .10 .90 .000 87.000 ELONG.040 max .000 70.000 95.000 47.000 ELONG IN 2" ROCKWELL HARDNESS B89 B89 165 B89 C20 °/o 20 20 30 20 15 4130 Service is our middle name 50 .60-.000 50.28 .000 40.60 .000 95.30-.000 60.15-.80-1.000 YIELD STRENGTH PSI 70.000 90.050 max .33 .15 .25 TEMPER CONDITION Hot Rolled Normalized Soft Annealed Condition N CDSR TENSILE STRENGTH PSI 90.000 45.000 40 10 25 5 28 10 RB55 RB88 RB55 RB75 RB78 RB89 1020 1026 GRADE ASTM AISI SAE APPROXIMATE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES CHEMISTRY PERCENT C Mn P S Si Cr Mo .000 75.000 50.28-.30-.000 33.000 85.60 .000 72.60-.40-.18-.05-.050 max .000 35.040 max .040 max .050 max TEMPER CONDITION As-Welded Normalized Soft Annealed Cold Drawn TENSILE STRENGTH PSI 55.000 70.15-.000 55.15-.20 .000 YIELD STRENGTH PSI 40. IN 2 " o/o 20 35 45 20 HARDNESS ROCKWELL B-SCALE RB60 RB55 RB55 RB78 1010 1018 Soft Annealed Cold Drawn Hot Rolled Cold Drawn Hot Rolled Cold Drawn 50.000 70.000 60.22-.000 10.000 80.050 max .040 max .040 max .CARBON AND ALLOY MECHANICAL STEEL TUBE TYPICAL PROPERTIES GRADE ASTM AISI SAE APPROXIMATE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES CHEMISTRY PERCENT C Mn P S C Mn P S C Mn P S C Mn P S .23 .000 50.

N 4130 alloy tube. N 4135 alloy steel tube 4140 alloy steel tube 4340 alloy steel tube 51 Service is our middle name . cond. service Seamless & welded low alloy tubes SAE SPECS J-524 J-526 J-529 Seamless carbon. hydraulic line Welded carbon auto.CARBON AND ALLOYTUBE SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS FOR TUBE IN STOCK ASTM-A-513 Type 5 covers (DOM) welded and drawn over a mandrel mechanical tube normally supplied in 1020 or 1026 grade. Aircraft quality SAE 4130 alloy tube SAE 4130. carbon AMS SPECS AMS-5062 AMS-6360 AMS-6365 AMS-6372 AMS-6381 AMS-6415 Seamless low carbon. & cond. magnaflux quality. Types 1 and 2 cover as-welded carbon mechanical tube (round and shapes) normally supplied in 1008 or 1010 grades. aircraft tube Welded and drawn JIC hydraulic line tube Seamless JIC hydraulic line tube Cold drawn buttweld carbon steel mechanical tube Cold formed welded carbon steel structural tube ASTM-A-519 MIL-T-6736 AMS-6371 SAE-J-525 AMS-5050 ASTM-A-512 ASTM-A-500 ADDITIONAL CARBON AND ALLOY TUBE SPECIFICATIONS ASTM SPECS A-200 A-209 A-210 A-213 A-214 A-226 A-250 A-334 A-423 Seamless alloy still tubes Seamless alloy boiler tubes Seamless carbon boiler tubes Seamless alloy boiler tubes Welded carbon boiler heat exch. electric furnace. tubes Welded carbon boiler tubes Welded alloy boiler tubes Seamless & welded carbon & alloy tubes for low temp. mech. Seamless carbon and alloy steel mechanical tube produced by the cold drawn or hot finish process. 4130 alloy tube. cond. tube Fuel injection tube.

010 + .002 -.002 + . but the mean diameter shall be within the specified tolerance' OD.000-6.000-9.002 -.002 -.000 .007 -.003 + .009 -.009 .015 .018 .028 .015 .003 + .020 . ODxID or IDxWall.030" .480 .025 . INCHES Plus Minus WALL TOLERANCES WALL THICKNESS.003 + .003 + .002 -.013 .134 .003 + .015 .220 .005 .019 .095 .034 .009 .035 .375 .00" with wall thickness equal to or greater than 25% of OD.499 4.500" OD .008 .002 + .499 9.009 + . In such cases the additional ovality shall be as follows.100-2.999 6.017 .120 .009 .006 + .025 . INCHES Up to 2 Over 2 to 3 incl Over 3 to 4 incl Over 4 to 5 incl Over 5 to 6 incl Over 6 to 7 incl OVALITY .020 .003 -.499 7.013 -.028 .002 -.011 -.016 .023 .060" . INCH .007 .003 OVER .005 + .009 + .083 .023 .003 -.203 .020" .002 -.008 -.499 2.005 + .008 .500-9.002 -.008 -.011 .003 -.000 .000 .028 .013 -013 + .012 -.006 + .003 + .000-11.020 .005 -. ID tolerance does not apply.009 .005 -.000 .999 12.010 .004 -.180 .006 .299 5.999 7.000 .499 6.000 .012 .003 + .030" in any 3 ft. a tolerance of +10% of wall will apply.165 .400 .003 CD CD O O O O OVER 3.004 + .016 .007 -.007 -.500-8.750 0D + 002 -.002 + .320 .010 .875 OD + .023 .875 to 3.015 .284 .007 .010 -.005 -.00-8.004 + .034 .899 4.002 -.013 .003 -.300-5.005 -.012 .037 + .060" in any 3 ft.000 .000 .002 -.100-4.007 + .030 .002 -.011 .005 -.009 -.DOM MECHANICALSTEELTUBE TOLERANCES COLD DRAWN ROUND WELDED AND DRAWN OVER MANDREL DIAMETER TOLERANCES OD SIZE RANGE * Up-.016 .003 -.004 -.549 5.012 .003 + .017 .000 .002 -.004 + .010" .012 .010 .006 + .004 + .004 -.019 .002 -.035 .045" .003 -.006 .028 .004 .e.875 OD + .002 -.006 -.035" OD.025 .300-3.005 + .014 -.099 4.019 .012 .003 -.014 .000 . of length over 7.005 + .000-7.025 .007 + .035 .531 .438 . INCHES Over 7 to 8 incl Over 8 to 9 incl Over 9 to 10 incl Over 10 to 11 incl Over 11 to 12 incl Over 12 to 13 incl OVALITY .013 .899 2.014 + f + .049 .015" .700-2.499 8.020 .500-7.002 -.006 -.002 + .003 + .012 + .008 + .019 .030 .699 3.000 .900-5.007 .000 .013 .005 + .550-5.999 10.022 .004 + .000 .012 . INCHES Plus .900-3.010 .037 Minus .500 0.011 + .750 to 12.259 .002 -.014 . .006 + .005 -.006 + .004 + .000 .030" .003 + .013 .000 .000 .563 .700-4.035 .050" . Instead. + .500-1.500 OD .010 .025" .004 + .0.010 .875 to 1.025 .999 11.299 3.015 .006 + .015 .018 .005 -.013 .002 + .002 -.022 .065" Tabulated tolerances can be applied simultaneously to only two of three crosssectional dimensions.004 -.000-10.004 -.034 .020 .007 -.020 .015 .008 The ovality shall be within the above tolerance except when the wall thickness is less than 3% of the 0.002 + .013 .020 . of length up to 7.002 -.002 + .030 .003 -.000 .035 .025 .344 .015 .699 1.007 + .015 .006 + 006 -.025 .010 .016 .004 + .000 .007 -.022 .999 WALL o/o Of OD All All All All All All All All All All All All Under 6 6 to 7V2 Under 6 6 to 71/2 Under 6 6 to 7V2 Under 6 6 to 7V2 Under 6 6 to Vk Under 6 6 to 7'/2 Under 6 6 to 7V2 Under 6 6 to 7V2 Under 6 6 to 7V2 Under 6 6 to 7V2 Under 6 6 to 7'/2 All OD.005 + .005 -.002 + .010 .013 .010 .013 .005 + .028 .500-2.109 .375 to .000 . i.017 .013 + .065 .238 .000 .500" OD * For OD's up to 1.999 8.018 .002 -..002 + .002 -.055" .008 -.580 INCL.025 .015 .013 .034 . ID Tolerances apply only to tube specified ODxID or IDxWall Tolerances are ASTM-A-513 5TRAIGHTNESS TOLERANCES .023 .037 .500-6.300 .007 + .005 OVER 1.003 -. 52 Service is our middle name .007 + .002 + .000-12.009 .009 .022 .020 .000 .030 .010 .003 + .037 ID.000 .005 + .500-4.148 .999 9.004 -.017 .004 -.099 2.002 -.008 + .018 .

000 ..025 .626" and over when ID is at least half the OD.018 .014 .034 .500" AND OVER ±7.013 .000 .022 10.015 .299 5.001 to 10/750" WALL PERCENT OF OUTSIDE DIAMETER 3% OD & Over 4% OD & Over 4% OD & Over TOTAL CAMBER IF ANY 3 FEET .000 .010 .022 .025 .016 .000 .000 .999 7.031 .023 .018 .010 .499 .000 . Instead.022 .023 .000 .015 .015 .499 4.013 .025 .000 .028 .017 .015 .016 .000 .030 Under 6 .012 .023 .019 9.045 .009 .035 Tabulated tolerances can be applied simultaneously to only two of three cross-sectional dimensions.013 .060" 6.026 .100-2.00" width wall thickness equal to or greater than 25% of 0D.025 11.020 .013 .000-10.0% ±7. 7.012 .009 .044 . 53 Service is our middle name .019 .000 .020 .025 .ASTM A519 DIAMETER TOLERANCES OD SIZE RANGE.099 2.000 .011 .900-3.499 6.022 .017 8.030 .013 .020 . ID Tolerances apply only to tube specified ODxID or IDxWall.023 .015 Over Th .009 .499 2.011 .020 9.029 STRAIGHTNESS TOLERANCES OUTSIDE DIAMETER SIZE RANGE INCHES Up to 5.013 .500-1. and to dimensions 0.300-5.999 *ForOD's up to 1.020 6 to Th .000 .500-9.034 .013 .013 .025 .000" 5.550-5.000 Under 6 . ID tolerance does not apply.035 .034 ID INCHES Plus .025 . .006 .012 .012 .020 .015 . INCHES * Up to 0.000 .700-2.009 .009 .000-9.000 .e.000 .013 .013 .013 .0% =10.999 .015 .015 .015 .000 .000 .010 .006 .500-6.013 .045" .500-8.019 .000 .020 .000 .040 .500" Under 10% 10 to 25% Over 25% =10.699 1.000 .028 . ODxID or IDxWall.016 8.016 .004 .000 .015 .009 .034 Under 6 .030 .010 .015 .020 .499 .010 .001 to 8.099 4.019 .023 .028 .100-4.018 .000 .007 .899 2.012 .010 .035 .000 Minus .015 .999 WALL: PERCENT OF DD All All All All All All All All All All All All Under 6 6 to Th Over Th Under 6 6 to Th Over Th Under 6 6 to Th Over Th Under 6 6 to Th Over Th Under 6 6 to Th Over Th Under 6 6 to 7Vi Over Th Under 6 6 to Th Over Th Under 6 6 to Th Over Th UNANNEALED OR STRESS RELIEF ANNEALED OD INCHES Plus .015 .012 . ODxWall.020 .035 6 to Th .899 4.009 .034 .000 .500-2.030" .000 .015 .700-4.000 .299 3.018 .549 5.015 Over Th .499 * 0.013 % OF OD WALL TOLERANCES WALL TOLERANCES MAX % WALL THICKNESS OVER AND UNDER NOMINAL WALL ID UNDER .300-3.000 .010 .0% =12.000-12.005 .035 .014 .018 .900-5.010 .015 .010 .000-7.010 .007 .000 .SEAMLESS MECHANICAL STEEL TUBE TOLERANCES COLD DRAWN ROUND CARBON AND ALLOY STEEL .008 .005 . Wall thickness less the 3% of OD.012.500-4.010 .030 .5% Minus .019 .025 .025 .028 .009 .000 .000-6.017 .000 .013 .000-8.999 .008 .012 . i.037 .029 .999 6 to Th .000 Over Th .010 .5% ID .000 .000 .5% ±6.699 3.000" 8. a tolerance of ±10% of wall will apply.499 .017 .500-7.000 .022 .016 . require added ovality tolerances of plus and minus 1/2% of mean OD.

up to 2-1/2" over 2-1/2" to 3-1/2" inclusive over 3-1/2" to 5-1/2" inclusive over 5-1/2" MECHANICAL PROPERTIES GRADE DESIGNATION A500A A500B A500C A500D TENSILE STRENGTH 45.499 11.000 in.20 mm) to 5.6). 1 % O.499 7.999 9.D.030" STRAIGHTNESS: Permissible variation shall be 1/8" times the number of feet of total length divided by 5: . (INCHES) Up to 2.5 to 101.035% .999 3.000 in. if the ratio of cross sectional dimensions is between 1. (76.5).750 in.26% 0. (5.050 0.999 6.035% .5 SQUARENESS OF SIDES: Adjacent sides may deviate from 90 degrees by a tolerance of plus or minus 2 degrees maximum.020" ±. and 100 percent when the ratio exceeds 3.035% max max max max SULFUR .037" ±.5 10. . 1%O. and not at corner(s).D. inci Over 8 (203.37 mm) Outside Diameter 6. TWIST: Longest outside dimension — — 1.4).000 46.500 to 8. exclusive of the weld area.0 10.199 in.000 to 24.000 psi psi psi psi YIELD STRENGTH 39.000 to 4.000 to 15.000 to 7. 1 % O.00 AS ROLLED OR ANNEALED PLUS & MINUS ± .40 mm) to 10. STRUCTURAL STEEL TUBE TOLERANCES CARBON STEEL SQUARES AND RECTANGLES DIMENSIONAL TOLERANCES OUTSIDE DIAMETER: Largest outside dimension Outside tolerance including convexity and concavity ±.999 18.500 to 11.D.23% 0.035% 0.D. PHOSP.499 4.020" ±.0 7.2).025" ±. Under 15 15 and Over 12.05 mm) 1%O.999 in.26% 0.D. CORNER RADII: ~ CHEMICAL COMPOSITION CHEMISTRY .1) and under Over 1-1/2 to 2-1/2 (38.D. consult manufacturer for wall tolerances on such tube size. 1 % O.35% max — Maximum twist per 3 feet ol length 0.1) to 63.087 0. 152.6 to 152.035% . inci Over 6 to 8 (152. the tolerance calculated for the larger flat dimension shall also apply to the smaller flat dimension.035% max max max max A500A A500B A500C A500D 0.000 to 13.045" ±.04% .19 mm) and smaller Outside Diameter 3.000 psi psi psi psi ELONGATION IN 2 INCHES 25% 23% 21% 23% ±1% Tolerances include allowance for convexity or concavity.112 1-1/2 (38. This tolerance may be increased 50 percent when applied to the smaller dimension.000 AS ROLLED OR ANNEALED PLUS & MINUS WALL TOLERANCES Wall Thickness Range as Percent of Outside Diameter Outside Diameter 2.035% .100 0.D.062 0.SEAMLESS MECHANICAL STEEL TUBE TOLERANCES HOT ROLLED ROUND CARBON AND ALLOY STEEL DIAMETER TOLERANCES OUTSIDE DIAMETER TOLERANCES SPECIFIED SIZE O.050" ± 1 % O.999 in. WALL THICKNESS: ~ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ _ Maximum allowable variation ±10% (Wall thickness is to be measured at the center of the flat.3) Service is our middle name 54 .000 to 17.000 50.001 to 11.000 58.025" ±.5 Wall thickness tolerances may not be applicable to walls 0.0 10.000 to 10.750 to 24. (INCHES) 11.999 16.26% max max max max The radius of any outside corner shall not exceed three times the specified wall thickness.4 to 203. inci Over 2-1/2 to 4 (63.000 58.999 12.LADLE ANALYSIS CARBON MANG. inci Over 4 to 6 (101.D.0 10.999 14.5 and 3.125" x (total l e n g t h ) . (273. (152.000 62.500 to 5.031" ±.D.05 mm) and less. 1%0.075 0. (76.000 36. For rectangular sections. SPECIFIED SIZE O.749 10.

5-4.05 0.10 0. test values obtained with smooth specimens do not necessarily apply. in the instance of the 1000 Series. " D " = Poor MODULUS OF ELASTICITY The modulus of elasticity ot aluminum and aluminum alloys is approximately 10.45 Si-Fe 0.25 0. then stabilized FABRICATING CHARACTERISTICS OF WROUGHT ALUMINUM ALLOYS RELATIVE FABRICATION RATING (1) ALLOY AND TEMPER Cold Working A C A C D B C D A C A B C B D Gas Welding A A A A D D C D A A A A A D D Gas Shielded Arc A A A A B D B C A A A A A C C Resistance Spot and Seam Welding CD CD Brazing Machining 1100-0 1100-H18 3003-0 3003-H18 2014-T6 2024-0 2024-T3 2024-T36 5052-0 5052-H38 6061-0 6061-T4 6061-T6 7075-0 7075-T6 A A A A D D D D C C A A A D D B D B D B D CD CD CD CD A digit to the right of -HI.20 3.ALUMINUM TUBE AND PIPE MAJOR ALLOY GROUPS Aluminum employs a four digit system.10 0.15 0. minor straightening after stretching (1) Relative Fabrication Rating "A" = Excellent.05-0.15-0. cold worked.15 0.40 0.10 1.1-6.05 0.6 0.1 Tl 0.6 0. -H2 or -H3 above indicate the degree of hardness: 2 is Vi hard 4 is V2 hard 6 is % hard 8 is full hard B CD CD CD Heat Treatable Alloy Tempers 2000.10 0. The first digit indicates the alloy group. then artificially aged -T3511 Solution heat treated and cold worked (stress-relieved by stretching to produce a permanent set of 1V2 to 3%). FATIGUE STRENGTH The fatigue strength of aluminum and its alloys varies from about one-quarter to one-half of the tensile strength for sections having smooth surfaces and no abrupt changes of contour.10 0.Fe 0.10 0. " C " = Fair.18-0.40-0. then artificially aged -T8 Solution heat treated.10 5.9 0.8 2.8-1.05 0.50 0.20 0.35 0.15 0.2-2.15 0. but will average about 60% of the ultimate tensile strength.20-0.05 0.300. then cold worked -T4 Solution heat treated.1-2.30 MG C R ZN 0.5 0.2-2.35 0.15 0.40 0.05 0.10 0.30-0.2-1.15 0.9 1.35 0.7 0.15 0.40 FE c u 0.50 0.05 0.5d 0.10 0.04-0.10 0. The alloy groups are these.9 2.0 Si .0 MN 0.05 0.15 0.35 0.15-0. SHEARING STRENGTH Shearing strengths of aluminum alloys vary somewhat.25 0.8 3.000 Ibs/sq in.05 0.10 0.8-4.50 1.15 0.25 0.20-0.8 0.7 0.9 9 % and greater Copper—Major alloying elements Manganese—Major alloying element Silicon—Major alloying element Magnesium—Major alloying element 6XXX 7XXX 8XXX 9XXX Magnesium & Silicon—Major alloying elements Zinc—Major alloying elements Other elements Unused to date C H E M I C A L C O M P O S I T I O N L I M I T S Values are in percent maximum unless shown as a range ALLOY 1100 2024 3003 5052 5086 6061 6063 7075 SI 1. minor straightening after stretching -T6511 Solution heat treated (stress-relieved by stretching to produce a permanent set of IV2 to 3%) and artificially aged.15 0.00 Min Remainder Remainder Remainder Remainder Remainder Remainder Remainder TOTAL 0.25 0.2 0.9 0. In the case of rough surfaces or irregular sections.15 0.0-1. " B " = Good.10 0. then naturally aged -T5 Artificially aged only (certain extrusions) -T6 Solution heat treated.05-0.05-0. the purity The second digit indicates a modification of the alloy.7 0. 3000 and 5000 Series -0 -H1 -H2 -H3 Annealed and recrystallized Work or strain hardened Strain hardened and partially annealed Strain hardened.45-0. 55 Service is our middle name . 6000 and 7000 Series -0 Annealed and recrystallized (Solution Annealed) A A A A A C B D C D C C 0 B -T1 Naturally aged only (certain extrusions) -T3 Solution heat treated.5 0.20 TEMPER SYSTEMS Non-Heat Treatable Alloy Tempers 1000. The last two digits identify the alloy or.05 OTHERS EACH AL 99. 1XXX 2XXX 3XXX 4XXX 5XXX A l u m i n u m .

000 7.000 45.000 38.000 42.000 37.000 26.000 83. oxygen lines.000 13.000 38. Good corrosion resistance in sea water. Economical. machinery. Heat exchangers.000 47. Good corrosion resistance. heat exchangers.000 38.000 40.000 29. ordnance. cryogenic tubing. Poor corrosion resistance. ski poles. evaporators. Same as 6061 except lesser strength Railings.000 16.000 27.000 40.000 31.000 25.000 27. Chemical process and storage equipment Aircraft structures.000 81. General purpose alloy for chemical process and storage equipment. vacuum cleaners.000 6.000 72.000 40.000 19.000 31. Refrigeration. Good forming characteristics with corrosion resistance equal to 1100.000 13.000 17.000 35.000 21. Pipe.000 13. rigid conduit. Service is our middle name 56 .000 33. construction tube.000 22.000 70. and furniture 6063 7075 Aircraft structures.000 ELONG.000 22. cryogenic tubing.000 30.000 43.000 28. IN 2 " CORROSION RESISTANCE GENERAL STRESS CORROSION CRACKING A TYPICAL APPLICATIONS °/o 35 20 18 20 19 30 10 8 5 4 25 25 12 10 8 7 22 12 10 9 14 25 22 12 10 25 20 22 12 12 12 17 11 7 A 1100 0 0 T3 T4 73511 0 H12 H14 H16 H18 H112 0 H32 H34 H36 H38 0 H32 H34 H36 H112 0 T4 T6 T6511 0 T1 T4 T5 T6 T832 0 T6 T6511 Excellent resistance to corrosion and fabrication ease. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES ALLOY TEMPER TENSILE STRENGTH PSI 13. drilling rigs. mechanical parts & structural uses.000 8. arrow shafts.000 25. Excellent formability but work hardens readily.000 39. Mechanical parts where high strength and hardness are essential.000 18.000 27. 2024 D D D A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B A A A A A C C C C C A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C B 3003 5052 5086 Marine pressure lines and equipment. general usage heat exchangers lighting standards.000 42. Primarily structural applications where high strength and easy machining are needed.000 47.000 33. Aircraft. arrow shafts.000 21. condensers.000 18.000 28.000 50.000 35.000 50. Pipe applications.000 68.000 19.000 YIELD STRENGTH PSI 5.000 11.000 67. hydraulic fittings.000 17.000 13. 6061 General applications requiring strength and durability.000 39.000 46.000 21.TYPICAL PROPERTIES APPROX. fuel lines. fuel lines. Hydraulic lines and equipment.000 37.000 7.000 73.000 42. furniture.000 35.000 15.

ASM B221 ADDITIONAL ALUMINUM TUBE AND PIPE SPECIFICATIONS WW-T-700/7 AMS-4062 AMS-4065 WW-T-700/1 ASTM-B-483 AMS-4081 AMS-4165 AMS-4169 AMS-4173 Drawn Seamless Alloy 7075 Aluminum Tube Drawn Seamless Aluminum Alloy Tubes for Condensers & Heat Exchangers Drawn Seamless 1100-H14 Aluminum Tubing Drawn Seamless Alloy 1100 Aluminum Tube Drawn Aluminum Alloy Tubes for General Purpose Application Drawn Seamless 6061-T4 Hydraulic Tubing Extruded Seamless 2024-T3511 Aluminum Tubing Extruded Seamless 7075-T6511 Aluminum Tubing Extruded Seamless 6061-T6511 Aluminum Tubing ASTM-B-437 ASTM-B-235 ASTM-B-491 ASTM-B-313 ASTM-B-317 ASTM-B-345 Aluminum Alloy Round Welded Tube Extruded Aluminum Alloy Pipe for Electrical Bus Conductors Seamless Extruded Aluminum Alloy Tube & Pipe for Gas & Oil Industries Extruded Round Coiled Aluminum Alloy Tubes for General Purpose Aluminum Alloy Formed and Arc Welded Round Tube Obsolete . ASTM-B-241 and ASTM-B-429 57 Service is our middle name .Superceded by ASTM-B-221. 6061 Tube.ALUMINUM TUBE AND PIPE SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS FOR TUBE AND PIPE IN STOCK SEAMLESS DRAWN ROUND TUBING WW-T-700/GEN WW-T-700/2 WW-T-700/3 WW-T-700/4 WW-T-700/5 WW-T-700/6 AMS-4067 AMS-4070 AMS-4071 AMS-4080 AMS-4082 AMS-4083 AMS-4088 ASTM-B-210 MILT-7081 Federal General Specification for Drawn Seamless Aluminum Alloy Tube Drawn Seamless Alloy 3003 Aluminum Tube Drawn Seamless Alloy 2024 Aluminum Tube Drawn Seamless Alloy 5052 Aluminum Tube Drawn Seamless Alloy 5086 Aluminum Tube Drawn Seamless Alloy 6061 Aluminum Tube Drawn Seamless 3003-H14 Aluminum Tubing Drawn Seamless 5052-0 Aluminum Tubing Drawn Seamless 5052-0 Hydraulic Tubing Drawn Seamless 6061-0 Aluminum Tubing Drawn Seamless 6061-T6 Aluminum Tubing Drawn Seamless 6061-T6 Hydraulic Tubing Drawn Seamless 2024-T3 Aluminum Tubing Drawn Seamless Aluminum Alloy Tubes for General Purpose & Pressure Application Drawn Seamless 6061 Hydraulic Tubing MIL-P-25995 SEAMLESS EXTRUDED TUBING & PIPE AMS-QQ-A-200 AMS-QQ-A-200/1 AMS-QQ-A-200/3 AMS-QQ-A-200/5 AMS-QQ-A-200/8 AMS-QQ-A-200/9 AMS-QQ-A-200/11 ASTM-B241 Federal General Specification for Extruded Aluminum Alloy Tube Extruded Alloy 3003 Aluminum Tube Extruded Alloy 2024 Aluminum Tube Extruded Alloy 5086 Aluminum Tube Extruded Alloy 6061 Aluminum Tube Extruded Alloy 6063 Aluminum Tube Extruded Alloy 7075 Aluminum Tube Seamless Extruded Aluminum Alloy Pipe & Tube for General Purpose & Pressure Applications Military Specification for Drawn/Extruded Aluminum Pipe STRUCTURAL TUBE (Round/Shapes) ASTM-B-429 QQ-A-200-8 QQ-A-200-9 Extruded Aluminum Alloy Structural Pipe & Tubing Alloy 6061. 6063 Pipe ASM B429 Alloy 6063.

501-1.020 MAX.009 .5% 12.016 .003 .000 6.375 0.5% WALL THICKNESS TOLERANCES MAXIMUM DEVIATION AT ANY POINT PERCENT OF NOMINAL WALL SCHEDULES 5 & 10 Minus 12.499 0.999 1. or tube having a wall thickness less than 2V2 percent of the specified outside diameter.060 min +0.006 .016 .075 Plus and minus 10% of mean wall thickness max +0.5% Service is our middle name 58 .5% 12.203 0.5% 12.035 .002 .500-2.376-0.999 10.000 1.040 .5% SCHEDS 20 & OVER Plus Minus v8-iy2 IPS 2-4 IPS 5-8 IPS 10-12 IPS 8%(WT) 8%(WT) 8%(WT) 8%(WT) 12.050 .750-0.004 .030 .999 14.000-17.001-2.5% 12.015 .749 0.035 .000-3.011 .003 . DEVIATION AT ANY POINT 1100 Alloy 3303 Alloy 5052 Alloy 5086 Alloy .200 SPECIFIED WALL THICKNESS INCHES Under 0.062-0.000 2. PLUS AND MINUS 1100 Alloy 2024 Alloy 3003 Alloy 6061 Alloy 5052 Alloy 6063 Alloy 5086 Alloy 7075 Alloy .5% 12.015 .045 .025 .999 OD 3" TO 4.008 .008 .015 .075 .025 .085 .028 .100 .031" .5% 12.000-15.015 .999 1.125-0.001-6.300 0.061 0.008 .500 WALL THICKNESS TOLERANCE-INCHES.035 0.020 .001-12.065 .121-0.005 .500-0.999 0D 5 0D &OVER DEVIATION AT ANY POINT FROM MEAN 0.000 10.204-0.000 WALL THICKNESS TOLERANCE-INCHES.083 0.000 Plus and minus 10% of specified wall thickness min.000-11.025 .031" .050-0.075 .008 .012 .250-0.999 8.150 .093" MAXIMUM DEVIATION AT ANY POINT SCHEDS 20 & OVER Plus .010 .249 0.009 .006 .020 .999 12.031" .030 .500-0.011 1Vi" TO 2.036-0.000-7.020 .000-13.000-1.012 .005 .008 .050 SPECIFIED WALL THICKNESS INCHES 0.031" .008 .010-0.012 .021 .499 1.003 Not applicable to annealed (0 temper) tube.120 0.999 2.031" 1% 1% 1% Plus 12.124 0. PLUS AND MINUS DEVIATION OF MEAN FROM SPECIFIED .001-8.047-0.015" 1% 1% 1% Minus .055 .010 .375-0.999 4.009 .006 .001-3.001-10.009 .065 .5% 12.006 .045 .010 .025 .000 5.013 .374 0.000-5.5% 12.500 0.015" .125 .999 16.012 .003 .002 .008 .999 .020 . SEAMLESS EXTRUDED ROUND TUBING DIAMETER SPECIFIED DIAMETER INCHES TOLERANCES INCHES.010 SEAMLESS PIPE DIAMETER TOLERANCES NOMINAL PIPE SIZE INCHES DEVIATION OF MEAN FROM NOMINAL SCHEDULES 5 & 10 Plus Minus .004 .035 .055 .000-9.049 0.077 0.020 .000 3.020 .5% 12.045 .010 .078-0.006 .301-0.999 6.001-5. PLUS AND MINUS DEVIATION OF MEAN FROM SPECIFIED 0D UNDER V/t" .004 .175 .084-0.030 2024 6061 6063 7075 Alloy Alloy Alloy Alloy Up thru 0.ALUMINUM TUBE AND PIPE TOLERANCES SEAMLESS DRAWN ROUND TUBING DIAMETER (ONE POINT ) SPECIFIED DIAMETER INCHES TOLERANCES INCHES.008 .007 .010 .015 .047 0.000-1.062" .009 . + 0.000 8. coiled tube. PLUS AND MINUS DEVIATION MAXIMUM DEVIATION OF MEAN FROM AT ANY SPECIFIED POINT .031" .

010 .113 .020 .047-0.018 .005 .374 0.009 .115 SPECIFIED WIDTH OR DEPTH INCHES 0.000.098 .030 .098 .050 .047 0.075 .085 .999 11.999 7. tNot applicable in the annealed (0) temper or if wall thickness is less than 2Vi% of the OD.045 .999 8.035 .011 .500.012 .017 .000 ALLOYS 5083 5086 5456 ALL OTHER ALLOYS .095 .060 .053 .040 .ALUMINUM TUBE AND PIPE TOLERANCES EXTRUDED SQUARE & RECTANGULAR TUBING DIAMETER (Width or Depth) DEVIATION OF WIDTH OR DEPTH* AT CORNERS FROM SPECIFIED* INCHES-PLUS AND MINUS ALLOYS 5083 5086 5456 .375-0.095 .060 .014 .250-0.060 Min.008 .030 .014 025 .061 0.000. and T8510 tempers.025 .030 .035 .083 .000.010 "The circumscribing circle diameter is the diameter of the smallest circle that will completely enclose the tube.000 5.053 .1.062-0.749 0.008 .012 .030 .007 .020 .007 .158 ALL OTHER ALLOYS .128 .7.249 0.068 .015 .065 .010 .000-12.000 & OVER ALL ALLOYS .055 .025 .999 9.011 .4.083 .050 .038 .3.018 .085 .000. T6510.027 .025 .021 . EXTRUDED SQUARE & RECTANGULAR TUBING WALL THICKNESS TOLERANCES-INCHES.000.000.075 . T4510.000-10.999 10.075 .999 6.065 . PLUS AND MINUS DEVIATION OF MEAN FROM SPECIFIED SPECIFIED WALL THICKNESS INCHES DEVIATION AT ANY POINT FROM SPECIFIED CIRCUMSCRIBING CIRCLE* UNDER 5.500-0.068 — Plus and minus 10% of mean wall thickness Max.999 5.105 DEVIATION OF WIDTH OR DEPTH* NOT AT CORNERS FROM SPECIFIED* INCHES-PLUS AND MINUS ALLOYS 5083 5086 5456 .000 i(OVER ALL OTHER ALLOYS .000 •Except for T3510.123 .8.015 .6.125-0.038 .999 4.006 . ± .000.143 .023 .014 .000-1.749 0.053 .035 .000 .499 1.499 0.038 .999 1.105 5.143 .108 .124 0.999 2. .0.173 ALL ALL ALLOYS .999 1.009 .040 .021 .5.012 .045 .105 .750.060 — ALL ALLOYS Under 0.158 .750-0.045 .068 .0.008 .045 — ALLOYS 5083 5086 5456 .015 .500-2.070 UNDER 5.000. + .055 .9.005 .020 .030 .090 .

049 0.008 .004 .001.001.375 0.003 Service is our middle name 60 .035 DEVIATION OF WIDTH OR DEPTH* NOT AT CORNERS FROM SPECIFIED INCHES-PLUS AND MINUS ALL ALLOYS* .000 10.020 .003 .006 .016 .000 'Example: The width tolerance of a 1 x 3 inch rectangle is plus and minus .001-10.008 inch and the depth tolerance is plus and minus .1.006 .012 inch.020 .025 .001.006 .500 0.003 .001-12.000 2.036-0.012 .050-0.008 .020 MAXIMUM DEVIATION AT ANY POINT 1100 3003 5052 5086 2014 2024 6061 6063 7075 .030 Plus and minus 10% of mean wall thickness Min.ALUMINUM TUBE AND PIPE TOLERANCES SEAMLESS DRAWN SQUARE & RECTANGULAR TUBING DIAMETER (Width or Depth) DEVIATION OF WIDTH OR DEPTH AT CORNERS FROM SPECIFIED INCHES-PLUS AND MINUS ALL ALLOYS .376-0.015 .3.301-0.040 .005 .004 .001.010 .001.000 3.008 .015 .006 .120 0.8.204-0.2.202 0. PLUS AND MINUS SPECIFIED WALL THICKNESS INCHES 0.6.000 1.000 8.030 . ± .000 6.035 0.012 . SEAMLESS DRAWN SQUARE & RECTANGULAR TUBING WALL THICKNESS TOLERANCES-INCHES.300 0.008 .500 DEVIATION OF MEAN FROM SPECIFIED .002 .010-0.5. tSee notes under round extruded.501.050 SPECIFIED WIDTH OR DEPTH INCHES Up thru 0.084-0.121-0.010 .003 .083 0.005 .000 5.002 .004 .

x .D. steel tube factor is 13.176 (Square and rect.68 = 2. alum.D.68 Example: 3" O.1416 (=.176 1. times wall.D.D.065 wall.1908) x 3.065 wall.J200 1.60) (B) Round Aluminum Tube O.164 1.. x .1908) x 10.176 = .Theoretical Bursting Pressure for Tubes P = Internal Pressure PSI S = Fiber Stress of Tube PSI T = Wall Thickness in Inches D = Outside Diameter in Inches Example smls 304A269. x .188 1 . minus wall.D.037 lbs per ft (Square and rect.1416 (factor) times alloy factor Example: 3" O.000 PSI 2 x 85.065 (=2. times 3.935) x . minus wall. 3" O.935) x . tube factor is 4.065 (=..065 (=. tensile 85.683 PSI Theoretical bursting pressure 3 3 P = 2si Theoretical Weight Per Foot Formula (A) Round Steel Tube O.5994) x (alloy factor) 1.BARLOWS FORMULA .050 = 3.000) 61 Service is our middle name .000 x .065 =11. times wall times (factor) 10.065 wall steel tube 3 .7049 lbs per ft Aluminum alloy factors: type 3003 2024 5052 6061 6063 factor 1.065 (=2. 6061 aluminum tube 3 .