Furnace Welded Pipes

A furnace is a device used for high-temperature heating. It is a container that is heated to a very high temperature, so that substances that are put inside it, such as metal, will melt or burn.

The name derives from Latin word fornax, which means oven. The heat energy to fuel a furnace may be supplied directly by fuel combustion, by electricity such as the electric arc furnace, or through induction heating in induction furnaces.

In metallurgy, several specialized furnaces are used. These include:

Furnaces used in smelters, including:

  • The blast furnace, used to reduce iron ore to pig iron

Steelmaking furnaces, including:

  • Puddling furnace
  • Reverberatory furnace
  • Bessemer converter
  • Open hearth furnace
  • Basic oxygen furnace
  • Electric arc furnace
  • Electric induction furnace

Furnaces used to remelt metal in foundries.

Furnaces used to reheat and heat treat metal for use in:

  • Rolling mills, including tinplate works and slitting mills.
  • Forges
Reliable Steel Distributors is one of the leading Manufacturer supplier or Exporter in Worldwide

Our general average selling price for furnace pipes and tubes is affordable to you. In India, and worldwide the most commonly used furnace tube grade in stainless steel is AISI 310S. At Reliable Steel Distributor, we manufacture and supply over 300 tons of stainless steel furnace tubes annually. We stock stainless steel 310s seamless pipes in size range of 1/2″ NPS to 12″ NPS. Custom sizes can be produced on specific customer requests. For sizes which are not normally produced, but required in bulk quantities.

Production & Stock Rang of Stainless Steel Furnace Tubes

ProductStainless Steel Furnace Tubes
Pipe StandardsASTM A213, ASTM A312, ASTM A269, ASTM A778, ASTM A789, A554
Grades304/L, 316/L, 201, 202, 301, 347/H, 316Ti, 309S, 310S, Duplex, Super Duplex, 904L, 317L
OD6mm – 300 mm OD
Thickness1.0mm to 40mm
Length5.8m, 6, Custom Lengths
TypeSeamless, Welded
FinishAnnealed & Pickled, Bright Annealing, Polished
Test CertificateEN 10204 3.1