Stainless Steel Tube

Stainless Steel Tube is available from Hollinbrow in a variety of sizes from stock.

Precision Tube

From 0.203mm to 20mm diameter in a range on inside diameters

■ Stainless Steel Tubing
■ Stainless Steel Tubing Products
■ Nickel and Nickel Alloy Tubing
■ Prototype tubing

Hollinbrow supply a wide variety of precision tube products for the medical, aircraft, oil & gas, semiconductor, petrochemical.

Automotive, shipbuilding, appliance and instrumentation industries, bourdon tubing for the pressure gauge industry, small diameter heat exchanger tubing, specialized products for the chromatography industry and many other products for custom applications.

Seamless tube, cold drawn from seamless extruded hollows, is offered in many stainless analyses, alloys and tempers to meet specific requirements. Shaped tubing is also available. Rectangular, square, oval and flat oval are some of the standard shapes we offer.

Stainless steel tubing is used for instrumentation, signaling, sampling lines, process, pneumatic, or hydraulic control

Seamless instrumentation tubing is available in a wide range of materials including 304L, 316L, 321, 347, Alloy 200, Alloy 400, Alloy 600, Inconel 625, Inconel X750, Inconel 825, Hastelloy C276, Hastelloy C22, and Duplex 2205.

Medical tubing is available in Type 316L, 22-13-5, 17-4PH and titanium. For additional alloys, contact Hollinbrow.

Prototype tubing ranging from 0.3mm to 31.75mm diameters. Available in 304 and 316 stainless steel with polished outside diameters, abrasively cut to 1000 lengths.

Over the years Hollinbow have supplied many sizes of stainless steel tube in 304 and 316, seamless and welded. Please call us with your requirement today.

Grades we supply:

304 / 1.4301

316 / 1.4401



What is stainless steel?

‘Stainless’ is a term coined early in the development of these steels for cutlery applications. It was adopted as a generic name for these steels and now covers a wide range of steel types and grades for corrosion or oxidation resistant applications.

Stainless steels are iron alloys with a minimum of 10.5% chromium. Other alloying elements are added to enhance their structure and properties such as formability, strength and cryogenic toughness. These include metals such as:

  • Nickel
  • Molybdenum
  • Titanium
  • Copper

Non-metal additions are also made, the main ones being:

  • Carbon
  • Nitrogen

The main requirement for stainless steels is that they should be corrosion resistant for a specified application or environment. The selection of a particular “type” and “grade” of stainless steel must initially meet the corrosion resistance requirements. Additional mechanical or physical properties may also need to be considered to achieve the overall service performance requirements.