Reinforced for Heat and Corrosion
A Phillips Aluminized Steel Tube undergoes a continuous hot-dip process, building a coating across every millimeter of the surface.
Hot-dipping results in a tight metallurgical bond between multiple thin layers of an aluminum-silicon alloy and the tube’s steel core.
The final aluminized tube possesses a combination of enhanced properties: the strength of steel sheathed in the corrosion resistance of aluminum and heat protection of aluminum-silicon alloy.
Aluminized steel’s heat shield makes it an ideal, cost-effective choice for fabrications exposed to punishing temperatures: automotive exhaust, plus HVAC and equipment, such as water heaters, furnaces heat exchangers, space heaters, ranges and appliances of multiple sizes. It also performs nicely against exposure to salts.
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Aluminized Steel Tube Specifications and Figures
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