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5/8" Diameter X .050 Polished Stainless Steel Tubing

5/8" O.D. grade 304 stainless steel tubing with .050 wall, (.525" inside diameter) in polished finish. Comes in 20 foot stock length, can be ordered by the foot. Shipping for 8 foot or longer material costs extra. Tubing can be cut...

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1" x 1" Brushed Stainless Steel Square Tubing - Grade 304

1" x 1" Brushed Stainless Steel Square Tubing Grade 304 with .050 wall (.90" inside opening)  Brushed Stainless Steel Square Tubing has excellent corrosion resistance making it ideal for architectural design, restaurants, hotels, pubs, store fixtures, handrails, stair railing, bar...

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We use only the finest HIGH-GRADE quality brass tubing and grade 304 stainless steel tubing. Our brass is hand polished to a mirror finish and can also be provided in a variety of finishes.  Tubing can be cut-to-size for order.  Please note cut sizes when ordering, or give us a call.

For information on our additional Brass Tubing & Stock please contact us directly at: Phone 800-835-8338

*Shipping charges for tubing depends on dimensions as well as weight. Please call for freight estimates. Anything over 8 feet in length will be shipped via common carriers. Please contact us if you would like to make special shipping arrangements at 1-800-835-8338.

One of the most frequent questions we get from customers is “What’s the difference between pipe and tube”? Although pipes and tubes may look similar, they are in fact quite different in nomenclature and sizing. Remember that pipes and tubes are rarely interchangeable. 

Pipes are only provided with an inside (nominal) diameter and a “schedule” (which means wall thickness). There’s an easy way to remember this: since pipe is used to transfer fluids or gas, the size of the opening through which the fluids or gas can pass through is probably more important to you than the outer dimensions of the pipe. Tube measurements, on the other hand, are provided as an outside diameter and set ranges of wall thickness. 

Only pipes are pressure rated and intended to be used for the transference of fluids or gas. Tubes, on the other hand, are used in structural applications. Strength-wise, tube is stronger than pipe. 

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