Casing pipe is a large diameter pipe that is assembled and inserted into a recently drilled section of a borehole to protect and support the wellstream. The lower portion (and sometimes the entirety) is typically held in place with cement. Deeper strings usually are not cemented all the way to the surface, so the weight of the pipe must be partially supported by a casing hanger in the wellhead.
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- The product line includes pipe and casing to include plain-end pipe, threaded pipe, fabricated pipe, and precision-fit fabricated parts.
- Most of the threaded Line Pipe (up to 20″ O.D.) is sold to the water well industry as Pump Column. The threaded (or grooved) Ductile Iron Pipe is sold mainly to waterworks jobbers and other applications.
- Our supplier provides in-house fabricating and machining, exterior coatings, internal coatings, angles and bends, couplings and fittings, and more.