Jeff Gundlach

Gundlach is sales and service metallurgical engineer and Lu is quality manager for Michigan Seamless Tube, LLC. MST participates in both the ASTM and ASME committees and task groups involved with the Creep Strength Enhanced Ferritic Steels to better understand the changes and demands on these materials. MST continues to work with its partners to maintain the high quality that its customers expect and require for these applications. After rigorous efforts to develop these newest steel grades, MST is confident that it’s time for these high-quality products to become available to meet the industry’s needs.


Michigan Seamless Tube - Making The Grades

Here’s what one company went through to adapt to two new steel opportunities.
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