Telescopic Tube

It's common for customers or homeowners to buy tubing or pipe with the purpose of telescoping tubes or pipes. Please make an effort to read the following information ang guides. This guide will allow you to make the best telescopic tube selection for your application. Furthermore, it is going to eliminate you from losing valuable time and cash.


Choosing the Right Telescopic Tube

When selecting tubes meant for telescopic applications it is crucial to select sizes which have been just a little larger or smaller than the outside diameter or inside diameter you are planning to telescope. As a general rule of thumb, supplier usually do not guarantee that the tubes or pipes that you purchase will to put it accurately telescope. The only way to guarantee someone that the tubes that you buy will telescope is to take the tubes and physically telescope them into one another.


Keep in mind, many service provider doesn’t have a weld on the inside of the tube because the weld flash was removed, virtually every other tube or pipe will have a weld on the inside of the tubing. This weld will prohibit you from tightly telescoping one tube into another.


The moral of the story is that there is absolutely no way to guarantee your tubes will telescope. I would highly suggest being as liberal as possible when selecting tubes that you intend to telescope and take into consideration that some type of craftsmanship may be required. This craftsmanship may be simple as sanding the outer diameter or as difficult as machining your tube on a lathe or mill.


Telescopic Tube Shapes

  • Round Telescopic Tube
  • Rectangular Telescopic Tubing
  • Square Telescopic Tube

Telescopic Tube Materials

  • Aluminum Steel Tube
  • Stainless Steel Tube
  • Hot Rolled Steel Tubing
  • Cold Rolled Steel Tubing
  • .. and any other steels/metals