At TimkenSteel, we apply our metallurgical and production expertise to manufacture high-performance seamless mechanical tube products to meet your needs. This includes carbon, alloy and even custom steel grades annealed, normalized and tempered stress-relieved and stress-free and quench-and-tempered.
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We provide seamless mechanical steel tubing products designed to thrive in demanding, high-stress applications. You find these products in automotive components where performance depends on reliability and quality. In addition, you find your seamless mechanical steel tubing for industrial applications ranging from bearings to cylinders and gears where toughness is essential for functionality. Oil and gas exploration is another common use for our seamless mechanical tubing, where durability and component life below the Earths surface is paramount.
We produce seamless mechanical steel tubing, in the hot-rolled condition, close to your finished part size, which makes it very competitive compared to other forging or machining processes. You may also purchase tubes in sizes recommended to clean up at finished part dimensions, which allows for optimum material utilization. Our size range ranks among industry leaders, from 3.0 to 13 76 mmnbspndash 330 mm with outer diameter-to-wall ratio from 41 to 141.
We focus on continually improving the quality of our processes. With recent investments in an intermediate finishing line, water-blast descaling process, and continuous induction thermal treat facility, we offer quality, customized solutions. Our approach to manufacturing integrates our melting, rolling, piercing and finishing operations, helping to ensure quality control from start to finish. Our seamless mechanical tubing processes include piercing rotary forging, thermal treatment, and testing and finishing.
To learn more about our seamless mechanical tubing, read our product specification sheet or check out the ldquotubing general tolerances ndash seamless mechanical tubingrdquo section of the Practical Data for Metallurgists handbook.
Our 50 million intermediate finishing line IFL in Canton incorporates the latest technologies and employs lean processes. This significantly eliminates product touches and material movements, helping improve your lead times. Our state-of-the-art finishing processes through the IFL include straightening, water blast scale removal, cutting, ultrasonic testing, eddy current testing, and dimensional gauging. IFL testing capabilities include hardness, strength, and toughness and cleanness testing in order to meet your specifications.
The minimum order quantity for standard seamless mechanical steel tube products is 10,000 pounds. For tube sizes that weigh more than 100 pounds per foot, the minimum is 20,000 pounds.
These minimums apply to standard grades. Customers must order non-standard grades in a heat lot. We can provide a heat of non-standard grade steel in multiple sizes. We can also determine the size of the steel tubing product available per heat through our inquiry process.
TimkenSteel produces steel seamless mechanical tubing to a range of quality levels, includingnbspUltraPremiumtrade, Parapremiumtrade, aircraft, bearing, electric furnace and commercial. We typically produce our steels to AISI standards, but we also melt non-standard steels that we manufacture to customer specifications.
Yoder is a designer and builder of equipment, tooling and systems for metal forming, tube and pipe and heavy industrial material handling applications.Yoder can provide custom or off-the-shelf manufacturing solutions that increase production capacity and efficiency of your factory through integrated, streamlined processes, more automation, and faster machines.
Carl M. Yoder, a draftsman of a Cleveland-area sheet metal company, develops the first continuous cold roll forming machine for the production of automotive mud strips the Yoder Y-70 Mud Strip Forming Machine. Shortly thereafter, Strip Wiring Machines and Beaders were introduced to enhance the production of mud strips.
Introduced the Crown Fender Rolling Machine to form automotive crown fenders.
Introduced the Rotary Shear for serpentine cutting of sheet metal patterns and designs.
Introduced the Power Hammer to form large automotive body parts, such as fenders. Used by renowned craftsmen such as Metalworker and car enthusiast Fay Butler and Jesse James of West Coast Choppers.
Introduced the Brake Shoe Machine for the production of brake shoe sections.
Introduced the first commercially available resistance weld tube mill.
First to manufacture a 268243 diameter continuous weld pipe mill.
Introduced the M-Style gear head, which is still an industry standard.
Introduced the first washerdryer tube beading machine for the appliance industry.
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The finite element method FEM is used for simulation of the tube piercing process in Mannesmann mill. The numerical model is described with taking into consideration thermal phenomena in metal during forming. The simulated results visualize dynamic distributions of mean stresses, temperature, velocity and shear stresses, especially inside the workpiece.
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The advent of rolling mill technology and its development during the first half of the nineteenth century also heralded in the industrial manufacture of tube and pipe. Initially, rolled strips of sheetwere formed into a circular cross section by funnel arrangements or rolls, and then butt or lap welded in the same heat forge welding process.
Toward the end of the century, various processes became available for the manufacture of seamless tube and pipe, with production volumes rapidly increasing over a relatively short period. In spite ofthe application of other welding processes, the ongoing development and further improvement of the seamless techniques led to welded tube being almost completely pushed out of the market, with the resultthat seamless tube and pipe dominated until the Second World War.
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