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Bending and fabricating pipes is a complicated process. It requires specialized knowledge and familiarity with different materials, types of equipment, and applications that tubes and piping are commonly used for. Knowing some common terms of the industry can assist with selecting a pipe bending and fabricating company well-suited for the job at hand.

  • Reinforced Concrete Pipe - Pipes made of concrete that has been combined with metal bars, grids, or other reinforcement. These tubes work well for managing storm water run-off.
  • Steel Alloy Pipe - Pipes made of steel alloys such as chrome moly or inconel. These pipes can withstand very high temperatures and pressure making them well-suited for hydraulic applications.
  • Polyvinyl Chloride Pipe - Also called PVC pipe. This is used for sewage and water in many areas. PVC pipe is durable and does not corrode over time.
  • Solvent Welding - A means of permanently attaching plastic pipes together.
  • Compression Fittings - A means of attaching pipes with very thin walls. This method also allows for frequent disconnection.
  • Nominal Pipe Size - Also called NPS. A standardized means of measuring pipes. These method uses inches to measure the outermost diameter of a tube. Knowing the outside diameter of the pipe makes it easy to find fittings that are compatible with a given pipe.
  • Mandrel - A metal tool which helps tubes maintain their form as they are being bent. Bending pipes with the aid of a mandrel helps them maintain structural integrity.
  • Rotary Draw Bending - A method of bending pipe which allows for multiple complex bends and reproduction of a precise series of bends.
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    Kofahl Sheet Metal Works Inc
    3921 Elm St, Dallas, TX 75226
    (214) 826-3933
    Kirk Sheet Metal
    2819 Hickory St, Dallas, TX 75226
    (214) 421-9294
    Baldwin Metals Company
    1901 W Commerce St, Dallas, TX 75208
    (214) 747-6722
    Dallas Metal Fabricator
    2817 Logan St, Dallas, TX 75215
    (214) 421-7417
    Custom Manufacturing Company
    5501 S Lamar St, Dallas, TX 75215
    (214) 428-5173
    First Quality Fabricating Inc
    1529 N Edgefield Ave, Dallas, TX 75208
    (214) 748-0071
    Atlas Metal Works Inc
    818 Singleton Blvd, Dallas, TX 75212
    (214) 741-4788
    L M Fabrication
    1835 Empire Central Ste N, Dallas, TX 75235
    (214) 688-4150
    AC Horn & Co
    1269 Majesty Dr, Dallas, TX 75247
    (214) 630-3311
    Wooten Metal Inc
    256 Regal Row, Dallas, TX 75247
    (214) 630-5554
    Argenbright National Sheet Metal Works Inc
    9121 King Arthur Dr, Dallas, TX 75247
    (214) 357-9161
    Ameripipe Supply
    11430 Denton Dr, Dallas, TX 75229
    (972) 241-1666
    Artistic Metal Fabricators
    10211 Plano Rd Ste 102, Dallas, TX 75238
    (214) 341-0003
    Industrial Consultants of Texas
    1878 Royal Ln, Dallas, TX 75229
    (214) 574-0100
    La Fer & Associates
    9505 Parkford Dr, Dallas, TX 75238
    (214) 341-2758


    Pipe bending and fabricating companies offer an important service to their clients. Many manufacturers rely on pipe bending and fabricating companies to supply them with the specific types of PVC, steel, aluminum, and CNC products that they use to repair machines and build custom equipment. Pipe bending and fabricating companies should be able to form tubes out of a variety of metals as well as PVC. This allows them to make steel fittings and tubes that fit together perfectly. In order to make these customized tubes, though, they need the right types of tools and equipment for the work. They often use hydraulic machines that bend pipes slowly. They might also heat the fitting with a laser to make sure they can shape the metal into the right form. Depending on the customers request, they might also choose to cut metal from a fresh sheet of rolled steel or aluminum. They them punch out the proper form and weld the ends together to make a reliable tube with the exact fittings that they need on each end. This makes assembly easier for the client. Clients who need repair parts for motors often turn to fabricators that can use electric or hydraulic mandrels to give metal pipes the right elbow to fit the rest of the car's pieces. The company might also make products for the car's exhaust system. You can learn more about the companies in your area that sell custom bent pipes by searching the internet for their websites. The site should have information about their products and pricing.
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