Components Company Inc. has many solutions and capabilities such as stamping, assembly, brazing, painting, 100 percent pressure test, kitting, packaging and stocking. But one of the services we provide that many people may not know about is pipe threading and cutting.
A threaded pipe is one that has screw-threaded ends for assembly. There are many uses for threaded pipes. Most commonly, threaded pipes are used in residential and commercial buildings’ plumbing installations. But threaded pipe is also used in manufacturing processes and often needs to be cut to a certain length before threading for an accurate fit.
The pipe threading and cutting process usually involves galvanized or black iron pipe. It’s a cutting operation by a machine with a metal wheel that creates thread at the ends of the pipes. The machine is designed to both thread and cut pipe.
The CCI Advantage
While there are many different types of machines in the market that will thread and cut pipe, you want to make sure you choose one that will give you the best quality result. Faulty pipes or ones that aren’t threaded properly for an accurate fit can spell disaster and repairs can be quite costly. A homeowner who has had a flooded basement due to faulty pipework can tell you that.
A high-quality threading and cutting machine can cost thousands of dollars; and you still won’t have the operational expertise that Components Company can offer you.
“This is a value added operation that provides specific lengths for our customers for distribution,” said Components Company President and CEO Joe Wittig in a recent video detailing CCI’s capabilities and solutions. “It ships complete and ready for use.”
Components Company can take the guesswork out of your pipe threading and cutting needs. Contact us today to discuss your custom project.