STAINLESS STEEL WELDED TUBES
round and box sections
Stainess steel process pipes for food & dairy industry, tubes for heat exchangers and oil & gas, but also construction and ornamental tubes and box sections, as well as tubes for mechanical and automotive applications: with a global production covering all major sectors, Marcegaglia is the world’s top producer of stainless steel welded tubes.
The fabrication process is carried out within 8 manufacturing units worldwide, guaranteeing the same quality levels of products and service and totalling about 400 thousand tons overall capacity.
In Italy Marcegaglia Forlì, the world’s largest stainless steel tube manufacturing unit hosts 33 tube mills and operates according to certifications including ISO/TS 16949 for the automotive sector as well as DVGW for water and gas pipes, TÜV-PED / TÜV AD-2000 for pressure equipment, TIFQ for food contact (EC Regulation 1935/2004) and EHEDG for hygienic equipment design criteria. Welding processes are also certified according to ISO 3834-2.
Besides this unit, a plant in Montechiarugolo (near Parma) has recently been added to produce stainless tubes and narrow strips for the construction and ornamental sector, while the well-established plant in Contino is specialized in stainless steel bright bars.
Outside Italy, Marcegaglia USA manufactures stainless steel, duplex and high nickel alloy pipe and tubing in an extremely wide range of grades, while Marcegaglia do Brasil, Marcegaglia China and Marcegaglia Russia all host stainless steel precision welded tubes production.
Specific production norms are employed according to EN or ASTM for specific application sectors:
• process pipes for fluids
• feedwater heater tubes for power plants
• construction and ornamental tubes
• tubes for mechanical and automotive applications
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• Dimensional tolerances according to manufacturing standard
• Special tolerances upon request
• Control documents 2.2, 3.1, 3.2 according to EN 10204 and specific norm requirements