This section provides an overview for metal square tubes as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 metal square tube manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A metal square tube is a general term for structural materials made of stainless steel, steel, alloys, etc., by extrusion in a mold.
The cross section of a steel pipe is a 4-square neck, but it can be cut to any length and shape. There are many ready-made products with fixed size, material, and length as standard products, so it is relatively easy to purchase in large quantities.
The cut surface of a "flat square pipe" is rectangular, and what is commonly referred to as a "square pipe" is a square pipe with a square cross section.
Depending on the material, hard superalloy and steel square pipes are used for iron fences and fittings. They are also used for retrofitting balcony floors and structural pipes for material racks, taking advantage of their load-bearing capacity.
As a construction material, this structural material is often seen in sunroom construction and exteriors. It is also used when setting up materials in factories and plants, balcony and emergency staircase railings, and fence enclosures on temporary decks.
Light metal aluminum lumber is also easily transportable, making it useful as a material for deck chairs and outdoor benches for poolside rests.
Features of the material are that it is pressed and extruded in a die, so it is relatively uniform in quality and can be mass-produced according to standards. Another advantage is that it can be adapted to various shapes by cutting and welding.
The shape of the product can be used as a rain gutter as it is. The chic brass color is an example of a remodeling application that takes advantage of the beauty of the material.
In the factory, you can see them used for machine structural materials, transportation carts, and construction of steel bridges for work. Joint pot parts that can be easily assembled are also commercially available. Even when used as a conduit, it can be branched with an adjuster variation that hits the joint.
In the music production field, it is also used as a sound rack for various professional audio equipment weighing more than 220 pounds. The term "sound rack" is commonly used to refer to a complete set of music equipment, a term that is derived from the fact that it is housed in a steel rack. The material's functionality is also impeccable, but its massive, metallic texture is preferred and adds to the realism of the sound production process.
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