History of Pipe Threading and Standards

The history of pipe and pipe threading dates back to development in 1820 by Robert Briggs at Pascal Iron Works of the Morris Tasker Co. Located in Philadelphia PA, Robert created his first gage in 1834 to examine internal pipe threads. By 1862, he established a mating threaded ring gage for external pipe threads. It was…

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Special End Finishes Available for Pipe Nipples

Depending on the piping system you are creating for various applications, you may be required to use different types of end finishes on pipe nipples or fittings. Not all pipe nipples or pipe fittings are the same and all serve different purposes. Variations of special end finishes available for pipe nipples are: Straight pipe thread Roller cut …

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Benefits of Galvanized Pipe

In this day and age, there are many options for steel pipes, such as galvanized pipe,  ERW Steel pipes, DOM tubing, and much more. What makes each one unique or stand out from the crowd? The galvanized pipe has many features that make it appealing to many industries. The process of galvanizing is the submersion…

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Buy Steel Tubing For Hydraulic Applications

What are hydraulic system applications? Hydraulic applications are piping systems designed to transfer high-pressure fluid or steam. There is a variety of hydraulic applications used in many industries. Industries like; Oil, Aerospace, Ship Hull Designing, and Machine Manufacturers.  These are just some of the common examples of hydraulic applications in which steel tubing is needed. Why use steel…

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Industrial Round Mechanical Tubing

Industrial Round Mechanical Tubing can be made from a variety of metals. Mechanical tubing can be made from carbon steel, alloy steel, and round carbon steel tubing. One of the first types of mechanical tubing is made from carbon steel and known as cold drawn seamless. The cold drawn seamless has an increased strength and tolerance over…

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