CUSTOM STEEL FABRICATION OF CARBON STEEL TUBES FOR THE NUCLEAR POWER INDUSTRY
Harmony Metal Fabrication was approached by a client in the nuclear power industry to manufacture carbon steel tubes that would be used in a power plant. Following the customer supplied 3D CAD drawings, we fabricated the tubes from carbon steel using machining processes such as sawing, drilling, and milling. Sand blasting and spray painting the tubes with gray epoxy finished the tubes per the customer requirements. The tubes had a final dimension of 6″ x 6″ with a wall thickness of ¼”. The tubes varied in lengths through 40″ and weighed 1,000 lb. We manufactured these tubes to tolerances of ±1/16″ and performed inspection testing to ensure that the tubes met all required specifications.
To learn more about this carbon steel tube fabrication project, please see the table below or contact Harmony Metal Fabrication today.
Custom Steel Fabrication Project Highlights
|Carbon Steel Tube
|This carbon steel tube is used within a nuclear power plant.
|Equipment Used to Manufacture Part
|Vertical Band Saw
|Overall Part Dimensions
|6" x 6" x ¼" Wall Thickness
Length: Up to 40"
|In Process Testing/Inspection
|Estimated Part Weight
|Industry for Use
|U.S. Southeast Region
|3D CAD Drawing