Energy Tubes have been manufacturing tube in the UK since 1974. In 1978 the business was sold to an Australian company. Then, in 1986 it was acquired by Metsce PLC. Metsec PLC decided in 2003 to concentrate on their core business and Energy Tubes would no longer play a part in their long term plans. In February 2004 Energy Tubes was acquired by John Finnegan, Peter Fennell, Michael Finnegan and Stephen Finnegan. As the new owners of Energy Tubes we realise the potential of moving the company forward and the employees were vital to secure our future.
At Energy Tubes we manufacture stainless steel and nickel alloy tubes for industries all over the world.
Energy Tubes - Manufacturing Quality High Specification Stainless Steel, Nickel Alloys and titanium
At Energy Tubes we manufacture stainless steel and nickel alloy tubes for industries all over the world
At Energy Tubes, our products are precision engineered from gauges between 0.40mm to 2.00mm. In diameter they range from between 6.0mm up to 42.0mm in stainless steel nickel alloys and titanium.
Our Tube Manufacturing Services Include:
Energy Tubes have been expert manufacturers of a wide range of stainless steel tubes for a variety of sectors for almost forty years. Energy Tubes produce high specification austenitic and ferritic stainless steel tubes.
The use of stainless steel is becoming more important in improving everyday life with its variety of uses in construction, catering equipment, sanitary hygiene, hospitals, heating, transport, marine and leisure industries/sectors.
Tubes can be rolled in materials
Tubes range from
Energy Tubes manufacture tubes from a wide range of nickel-based alloys, which are produced for very high temperature purposes where relatively high stresses are encountered and where high surface stability is frequently required. They are also used for heat treating fabrications including furnace parts. Energy Tubes manufacture high temperature nickel tubes and corrosion resistant nickel tubes. Energy tubes are one of the largest producers of tube for element manufacturing.
Alloy 800 Application
Alloy 825 - Application
Alloy 825 is a Nickel-Iron-Chromium alloy with additions of Molybdenum and Copper.
Alloy 600 – Application
Heat resistant – high temperature material