Tulsa, Okla.-based McElroy, makers of pipe fusion equipment, is celebrating 15 years of Pit Bull fusion machines. The Pit Bull line of machines are designed to butt fuse thermoplastic pipes together for use in water, gas, mining, wastewater, geothermal, landfill methane recovery and other industries.
To celebrate the 15th year of the Pit Bull line and to answer customer demand, McElroy released the Pit Bull 26 in late 2010. The 26 is designed to fuse pipe sizes from 2-inch IPS to 6-inch DIPS, and comes with 2-inch IPS inserts.
“The Pit Bull fusion machines have stood the test in their 15 years in existence,” said Chip McElroy, president of McElroy. “They represent everything that McElroy fusion machines are known for including quality fusion joints, productivity on jobsites, durability, performance and premier engineering.”
In the past 15 years McElroy has supplemented the fusion machine with a series of productivity tools designed to improve various aspects of the fusion experience, as well as developed training courses devoted to small-diameter pipe fusion operations and troubleshooting, taught through McElroy’s training division, McElroy University.
For more information, visit www.mcelroy.com.