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Structural Tubing

Tubing refers to sections of long, hollow, flexible cylinders typically used to move substances, usually fluids or gases. When tubing is referred to as structural tubing, it has been designed such that the cross-section shape, material selection and manufacturing process yield a tube that can support high-strength applications. Structural tubing is usually made of steel and hollow square and rectangular cross-sections are more common than round.