Pipes

crossover joint

What are Crossover Joints?

Have you ever heard the phrase:” you can fit a square peg in a round hole?” Well, at times, workers run into that problem when laying oil and gas lines. So they need specialized connectors to get all the different components to fit together. These special connectors are called crossover joints. What are Crossover Joints?

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cassion steel pipe

What is Steel Caisson Pipe?

Caisson pipes, also called drilled shaft casings, bored piles, or drilled piers, are large cylindrical watertight structures used in the construction of foundations. These colossal pipes can range in size from two to seventeen feet in diameter and up to two inches thick. While useful for a variety of heavy-duty construction projects, caisson pipes are

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