Largest SS Seamless Pipe Suppliers in Hyderabad (304/316)!
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- Stainless Steel Seamless Pipes Available on Sale in Hyderabad, by India’s Largest Stockholder and Manufacturer in Size Range of 1/2″ NB to 16″ NB. The most common grades in stock and regularly bought by our customers are SS 304 seamless pipes, SS 316 seamless pipes, SS 321 seamless pipes and SS 310 seamless pipes.
- In addition to being the lowest cost supplier of stainless steel seamless pipes in Hyderabad, Telangana, we are also one of the biggest carbon steel and stainless steel pipe fittings stockist, dealer and distributor in India. We also have on offer all kinds of flanges, gasket, valves and fasteners for sale at lowest prices in Hyderabad.
- Every week we new stock incoming, and can even offer you delivery of 10 to 20 tons of ss 304 seamless pipes and SS 316 seamless pipes in one single size. Lowest prices are guaranteed at Metallica, as we believe in volume business and offer quantity discounts to our customers.
Please contact us for any further question or inquiry regarding stainless steel seamless pipes in Hyderabad. We will promptly reply to you and offer you a reasonable price – Metallica is one of the largest ss seamless pipe suppliers, dealers and wholesalers in Hyderabad. Stainless steel seamless pipes are commonly used by our customers in fabrication process due to the low cost and ease of welding on site. As one of the biggest ss seamless pipe suppliers in Hyderabad, Metallica stocks around 600 tons in size range of 1/2″ NB to 16″ NB with ASTM A312 and ASTM A213 specification. As a part of our service to our customers, we can offer on site delivery for ss seamless pipes to any place in Hyderabad.
Hyderabad was historically known as a pearl and diamond trading centre, and it continues to be known as the “City of Pearls”. Industrialisation throughout the 20th century attracted major Indian research, manufacturing and financial institutions.