|Application:||Carbon Structural Steel, Construction, Building|
|Standard:||ASTM, GB, JIS, DIN|
|Technique:||Electronic Resistance Welded (ERW), Electronic Fusion Welded (EFW), Double Submerged Arc Welded (DSAW)|
|Surface Treatment:||Galvanized, Black painted varnish coating, oiled|
|Ends:||Plain, Beveled, Thread, and Socket|
Similar to rectangular steel tubes, square tubes from the top Chinese steel producers sold by CamaSteel undergo the same process of either being welded or seamless where in the past seamless tubes were much stronger. However, technology has advanced enough to eliminate this difference. Steel tubing can be used in both domestic and industrial settings because of their ability to withstand extreme temperatures, pressure, and natural destructive elements. In a domestic scenario, these steel tubes can be used to transport gasses and liquids. When considering rectangular or square tubes, it is good to know that square tubes are stronger but weigh and cost more than their rectangular counterpart. Another benefit includes uniformity in wall thickness and concentricity.
OOur quality and reliable source of steel products and solutions match domestic and foreign demands for varying steel resources. CamaSteel’s international background allows us to operate and provide steel solutions for countries beyond China crossing Southeast Asia, Middle East, Africa, and others. We have logistic integrity and have years of experience working with suppliers to provide square steel tubes to diverse customization and processing to meet customer’s various needs. CamaSteel provides the best cost reduction and can obtain market analysis through experts in the industry taking advantage of the market trends and current value of square steel tubes to provide quality and continued expertise in steel trading.
Square steel tubes begin their life as iron ores that are melted into a liquid substance that are cooled into ingots. These ingots are flattened through steel rollers that make them into slabs of steel with rectangular cross-sections and cut into the necessary shape. These welded pipes that were formed from a roller system undergo an electric-resistance welding process which forces and binds the slabs together to produce the tubing.