Product Details, Specifications, and Technical Information

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Stainless Pipe 304 Schedule 40 offers a great mix of strength and corrosion resistance in most situations outside of marine environments. If your project is in a marine environment, choose 316 stainless. 304, the most popular stainless alloy in the world, maintains its properties in high temperature situations. It is typically used in aerospace, food and beverage industry, pressure containers, architectural designs and trim, cryogenic applications, and chemical processing equipment.
Our pipe is unthreaded to allow for welded connections.
Pipe is designed to carry liquid/gas/material from one place to another, whereas tube is designed to act as structural support.

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Dimension Name Specification
Nominal 0.75
Schedule Schedule 40
Outer Diameter 1.05
Wall 0.11
Inner Diameter 0.83
Max Length 60
Alloy 304
Production Method Welded
Finish #4
Eniteo Vendor ID 1587
MTR Availability Yes
Full Length true
Material Stainless Steel
Shape Pipe
Custom Cut Warehouse 0
Weight/Lineal Foot
22.8 pounds
Please note that this data is to be used ONLY FOR REFERENCE, NOT FOR DESIGN, and by using it,you agree that any decisions you make regarding materials for your project are at your own discretion.
Mechanical Properties
Property Value
Density g/cm^3 8
Brinell Hardness 3000 kg load 195 max
Elongation % in 2 in. 55
Yield Tensile Strength KSI 35
Rockwell Hardness B Scale 92 max
Melting Point °F 2550 - 2651
Shear Strength KSI 56
Machinability % 40
Ultimate Tensile Strength KSI 85
Electrical Conductivity % IACS 2
Chemistry Information: 304 Stainless Steel
Element Percentage
C 0.08 max
Cr 20
Fe 66.34 - 74
Ni 8 - 10.5
Mn 2 max
P 0.045 max
S 0.03 max
Si 1 max
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