Tube and Pipe

COATINGS

QUAKERCOAT® 547

A major Tube and Pipe manufacturer was experiencing corrosion problems in the field, very high clean-up expenses, uncontrollable coating usage, fire and health hazards and double processing of pipes. Quaker proposed a trial of an upgraded solvent-based coating, QUAKERCOAT® 547, as a solution to their problems and a way to optimize their lines. Trial results showed a 63% reduction in total cost.
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QUAKERCOAT® 036 UV

A major Tube and Pipe manufacturer was struggling with some issues, and they also had the opportunity to sell more tonnage if they had a coating with more flexibility and greater corrosion protection. Quaker proposed the Tube & Pipe manufacturer convert to QUAKERCOAT® 036 UV, a custom formulation that would not only help overcome the identified issues, but also provide a more flexible coating to meet the needs of their sister mill and help gain the additional sales. Read More...

CORROSION PREVENTIVES

QUAKERCOAT® 556

A large Tube & Pipe manufacturer dealt with poor coating issues that lead to: cleanup/disposal costs, warranty returns, and lost production due to downtime. Quaker introduced QUAKERCOAT® 556 and worked with the customer to meet their service/engineering needs. As a result, the customer was able to lower manpower, reduce costs, gain process effciencies and increase uptime.
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DRAWING AND FORMING FLUIDS

ERW TUBE FORMING PROJECT

A large ERW Tube & Pipe producer desired to lower their operating costs in order to maintain their competitive position in the industry. Introducing a full line of Quaker products the manufacturer achieved an estimated yearly savings in excess of $500,000. Read More...

FERROCOTE® 150

A manufacturer of welded pipes in Brazil needed to eliminate the use of mineral oils in its forming and final preservation processes, maintain high corrosion protection, reduce total applied costs, and improve quality. With the introduction of FERROCOTE® 150, the manufacturer's total applied cost was reduced by over 65% equating to an annualized cost savings of over $57,000. Read More...