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Aluminum pipes and tubes are high alloy products with a trade length of about 20 feet. They are lightweight and can be used for products where corrosion resistance is required. They are designed for framework, fencing, support columns, gates as well as protective barriers. It is easy to work with and is highly bendable.
|Type||Size (diameter x thickness)||Weight per foot lbs||SKU|
|B||1.050 inches x .113 inches||.391||ALPIPE025|
|C||1.315 inches x .133 inches||.581||ALPIPE035|
|D||1.660 inches x .140 inches||.786||ALPIPE040|
|E||1.900 inches x .145 inches||.940||ALPIPE050|
|F||2.375 inches x .154 inches||1.264||ALPIPE055|
|Reference Type||Normal Pipe Size||Actual Outside Diameter||Wall Thickness|
|D||1 ¼”||1.660"||0.125 inches|
|E||1 ½”||1.900"||0.125 inches|
The total length of the Aluminum Pipe is 20 feet, you could customize and order any length of the pipe for your project, we can cut it down for you.
Aluminum pipe is less susceptible to corrosion and less resistant to airflow making them overall more energy efficient. Uneven surfaces and build-ups can cause obstructions with many other leading materials causing a great deal of resistance. Having a pipe with a smoother surface and a material resistant to corrosion makes your overall air system run much more efficient.
Where are Aluminum Pipes Used?
Aluminum pipe is mostly used for various industrial or building uses, but the use of aluminum pipe and the aluminum tube is also easily embraced by homeowners and auto manufacturers and has been modified for common household use.
In the demand to interior furnishings aluminum pipes are also used. Things are generally constructed of wrought iron from canopy beds and bedside tables. Aluminum tubes are a lightweight choice which gives a futuristic feel to the room. To threaded forms of tubing a variety of fasteners are given. Aluminum Pipe is a machined part widely used for all types of industrial projects where lightweight and corrosion resistance are the primary concern. Printed in both 6061-T6 and 6063-T6, 6063 has a smoother texture than 6061 and is more bendable.