Process piping is a form of pipework used to transport materials used in industrial processes and manufacturing. Process piping is specially designed for particular applications to ensure that it will meet health and safety standards, in addition to suiting the needs of a given manufacturing process. The engineers and welders at IMOCO are specially trained in all aspects of process piping.
Many different materials can be used to make process piping. An important consideration is the types of materials that will be transported, as there may be special needs like inert glass or ceramic piping, corrosion-resistant stainless steel that can be sterilized in a food manufacturing facility, or inexpensive plastics for transporting materials like water. The designer of the piping also has to consider issues like the amount of pressure the piping will be subjected to and the width of the piping when selecting an appropriate construction material.
A few areas in which we specialize:
- Georg Fischer piping
- Stainless steel piping
- Stainless steel welding
- Utility piping
- Controls and automation