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TP 304 and MT 304

TP 304 and MT 304

(OP)
What does the "TP" and "MT" stand for? From my reads TP = Tubular Product. So does MT = Mechanical Tubing?

Thank you,

Colin Fitzpatrick CSWP(aka Macduff)
Sr. Multi-Disciplined Engineer II
Solidworks 2015
PTC CREO 3

RE: TP 304 and MT 304

Yes

Refer to A554 Standard Specification for Welded Stainless Steel Mechanical Tubing. All products are labeled by the designation MT-[XXX] (Mechanical Tubing)

Found link on google

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Jeff
Pipe Stress/Structural Engineer
www.xceed-eng.com

RE: TP 304 and MT 304

I'm not sure about MT, but TP means Tube/Pipe.

RE: TP 304 and MT 304

(OP)
DVWE, I heard different. From my reads it stated Tubular Products. Tube Pipe makes more sense, but it's what I'm reading.

Colin Fitzpatrick CSWP(aka Macduff)
Sr. Multi-Disciplined Engineer II
Solidworks 2015
PTC CREO 3

RE: TP 304 and MT 304

Can you start with: where did you get this, what Code, par. Or document. I see that it s a stainless number as 304 SS. Or A/SA x x x TP304 . you need to supply more data.

General Blr. CA,USA

RE: TP 304 and MT 304

TP is used for tube or/and pipe while MT for mechanical tube only.

General Blr. CA,USA

RE: TP 304 and MT 304

(OP)
Thank you for all the feedback!

Colin Fitzpatrick CSWP(aka Macduff)
Sr. Multi-Disciplined Engineer II
Solidworks 2015
PTC CREO 3

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