Round bars of stainless steel

one made of stainless steel

Most frequently, stainless steel pipe is used in piping systems to transmit fluids or gases. Steel pipe is made from an alloy comprising nickel and chromium, which provides stainless steel its ability to resist corrosion. Due to its oxidation resistance, a stainless steel pipe is a low-maintenance option that may be used in chemical and high-temperature applications. A stainless steel pipe is preferred for applications involving food, drinks, and medications because it is simple to clean and disinfect.

Welding and extrusion are the two most common processes for making stainless steel tubing. Steel is formed into a pipe during welding, and the seams are then joined by welding to maintain the shape. A steel rod is heated and forced through a die during extrusion to generate a seamless product.