MN100: Tube-Mac Piping Technologies Ltd

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

September 13, 2016

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  • Chris Peitchinis (Photo: Tube-Mac Piping Technologies) Chris Peitchinis (Photo: Tube-Mac Piping Technologies)
The Company:
Tube-Mac Piping Technologies, founded in 1977, specializes in “non welded piping systems” for lubrication and hydraulic lines. The corporate headquarters is based in Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada with a 55,000 SF (5100 SM) component manufacturing and pipe fabrication facility. The firm employs three basic products exist for joining high-pressure pipe or tube. The PYPLOK method works with mechanically attached fittings that are installed cold, in seconds, by swaging the fitting on the pipe with a hydraulic hand held tool. The 3 step installation process is fast and simple: 1.) Mark the Pipe; 2.) Pressurize the tool; and 3). Inspect the joint.
The Case:
Tube-Mac Piping Technologies is a dynamic company internationally renowned for their “Non-Welded” Piping Systems and Components as well as their problem solving and design services. Tube-Mac embraces the challenge to explore and develop improvements over traditional installation methods of piping.
853 Arvin Avenue
Stoney Creek, Ontario
Canada L8E 5N8
Tel: (905) 643-8823
VP Business Development: Chris Peitchinis
(As published in the August 2016 MN100 edition of Marine News)
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