Roll Formed Tubing
Roll Forming is a process in which a strip of metal, typically in coil form, is continuously passed through a series of roller dies and progressively formed to the required profile.
Roll formed sections may have advantages over extrusions of a similar shape. Roll formed parts may be much lighter, with thinner walls possible than in the extrusion process, and stronger, having been work hardened in a cold state. Parts can be supplied having a finish or already painted.
Roll Forms are produced in many materials including aluminum, stainless steel, titanium and nickel alloys, usually in 12FT (3.66m) lengths.
We can supply custom designed shapes in addition to standard Roll Form part numbers from Boeing, Airbus, Lockheed-Martin and many other manufacturers.
|2024||0, T3, T42||AMS-QQA-250/4 BARE|
|2024||0, T3, T42||AMS-QQA-250/5 ALCLAD|
|6061||0, T4, T6||AMS-QQA-250/11 BARE|
|7075||0, T6, T62||AMS-QQA-250/12 BARE|
|7075||0, T6, T62||AMS-QQA-250/13 ALCLAD|
|Alloy 625||Annealed||AMS 5599|