Round tubes

Square and Rectangular tubes


  • In construction, architecture, industry and engineering, stainless steel pipes have a multitude of applications, from the most functional to the most aesthetic.
  • They are widely used in industry and home environment. They can have any diameter, length or thickness, and be from simple and strictly functional, attractive and decorative.
  • In their industrial use they are valued for their strength and ability to withstand extreme temperatures and pressure as well as destructive elements. In addition, the cost of producing this type of material is relatively low (above the plastic, but providing more advantages). In the domestic area, the stainless steel pipe can be found in appliances, balconies, etc.


  • Low level of corrosion: This metal will maintain its appearance,
    free of rust, for years, even if it carries water constantly in its interior. It is very unlikely that the metal particles will penetrate into the water, so the water contamination rate of this metal is practically non-existent.
  • Attractive appearance: Unlike other types of metals such as iron or
    plastic, the stainless steel pipe is attractive to the eye and looks modern, being able to form part of the structures seen in a building, or even decorative elements.
  • They are efficient being smaller: Steel pipes are very efficient, so
    it is possible to use a smaller diameter than would be used with other materials for the same tasks. The mass flow of stainless steel is much higher in diameter than other materials. This can save on the cost of the pipes without sacrificing flow.
  • They are strong: The steel pipe is strong and will withstand risk factors that can damage other types of pipes, such as tree roots, human errors or inclement weather.
  • They are recyclable: Unlike plastic pipes, steel pipes are totally
    recyclable. When tubes are no longer needed, they can be melted and reused on other metal parts from other industries.
  • They are durable: The steel pipe does not deteriorate over time. The
    pipelines of 20 years will look the same as the current ones. They will not sag and will not need as many attachment points as plastic pipes.