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Hannibal Industries Announces Its O.E.M. Automotive Exhaust Tubing Specifications
By: Marketwired .
Dec. 19, 2012 11:30 AM
LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/19/12 -- Hannibal Industries has served the automotive exhaust O.E.M. industry for 27 years and is proud to announce their custom automotive exhaust tubing capabilities. Apart from other automotive exhaust tubing manufacturers, Hannibal Industries is the only manufacturer on the west coast that can manufacture up to 5" round tubes and produce aluminized tubing.
Engineering Director at Hannibal Industries, Inc., Bernardo Moreno states, "Our customers have improved their efficiencies, lowered their scrap, and spent less time on tubing and tooling issues. This has allowed the customer to put more resources and attention to other areas of their operation. Having our own tooling machine shop, in house slitting, experienced tube mill operators, experienced engineering personnel and a culture of high quality that has been maintained for many years has been most important and has led to our successes within the O.E.M. market."
The extreme ductile steel used for roll forming and welding exhaust tubes allows for tight radius bends. ASTM A-513 is the raw grade used for cold rolled specifications and ASTM A-787 is the coated grade which is used for the 3" to 40" custom tube sizes.
Hannibal Industries manufactures steel automotive tube on state of the art equipment with the ability to create special finishes and chemistries to allow for tight radius bends and extreme flaring. The company offers O.E.M. accounts custom exhaust tubing that is flash controlled, cut-to-length with chamfered ends and a bright finish.
Connect with Hannibal Industries on Twitter @HannibalTube and on LinkedIn.
For additional information on Hannibal Industries' complete automotive exhaust offerings visit www.hannibalindustries.com.
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