Jay Hind Metal & Tubes are one of the leading industry in the market that manufactures Stainless Steel 304 Coil Tubing. Backed with a solid reputation of advanced technologies that are used by them in the manufacturing process, the industry enhances the efficiency of the coil tubings using high-tech machineries. The industry currently operates the most advanced and efficient manufacturing services which in turns offer large volumes of production of the tubes. Because of their continuous efforts, they provide some of the additional services such as high end finishing; sleek design, accurate dimensions, and good durability are some of the products.
While fabricating the raw material, the industry uses finest and good efficient quality of raw material that is used in the manufacturing of coil tubings. The manufacturing is done under the strict provision of the trained professionals.
All about SS 304:
Stainless Steel is one of the versatile materials that offer some of the highly unmatched properties when used in the fabrication process of coil tubings. The presence of molybdenum offers excellent resistance to corrosion, great strength, good durability and excellent hardness. One of the highly used grades of Stainless steel is 304 for the manufacturing coil tubings. The grade 304 is the most versatile used SS grade which offers good welding and forming characteristics. Grade 304 can be readily brake into a variety of components that is used in industrial applications such as automobile and petrochemicals.
What are the tests certifications offered?
There are some of the relevant tests certificates offered along with the Stainless Steel 304 Coiled Tubing. Tests certifications such as Manufacturer TC in conformance with EN 10204, raw material report, third party inspection report and radiography tests reports are some of the tests certifications that are relevant.
Material quality testing:
The industry professionals perform relevant material testing on SS grade coil tubings. These tests help to ensure the strict quality and efficiency before finally delivering it to the customers. Tests such as mechanical tests, hardness tests, and micro and macro tests, pitting resistance tests, positive material identification tests, intergranular corrosion tests and other corrosion tests are some of the relevant tests conducted on the tubes.