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                        SSAB Form Tube 190

                        SSAB Form Tube 190

                        Provides a combination of excellent formability and surface quality

                        SSAB Form Tube 190 is high formable precision tube. It has 35% higher elongation values and very narrow tolerances compare to competing products.

                        It is available in circular, rectangular, square and special shapes and comes with different coating and surface options, including cold rolled, galvanized, galvannealed and galfan. Customized shapes and other tailoring options are available upon request. Typical uses include light engineering, where high formability, uniform quality, different surface options and usability are important.

                        Galfan coating ZA255 by SSAB has been granted a C3 15 (years) certification by RISE, Research Institute of Sweden AB.

                        SSAB Form Tube 190 is manufactured by cold forming and high-frequency welding from clean, high-quality, environmentally friendly steel using modern and efficient tube lines.

                        Dimension Range

                        SSAB Form Tube 190 is available at circular, square, rectangular, flat oval and oval (elliptic) shapes. 

                           
                        Circular  16 - 88.9 mm 
                        Square  19x19 - 70x70 mm 
                        Rectangular  20x15 - 100x40 mm 
                        Flat oval  25x15 - 78x38 mm 
                        Oval (elliptic)  22x16.5 - 31x17.5 mm 
                        Wall thickness  0.9 - 3.0 mm
                        Mill length  6000 mm

                        Other shapes, sizes and lengths are available upon request.

                        Available Standards

                        EN 10305-3

                        EN 10305-5

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