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Through our proprietary chemistry, induction-hardening process, and technology, Ultra Tech 600 pipe lasts up to 6 times longer than standard mild steel pipe.
Using mild steel emits five times more carbon than induction-hardened steel over ten years due to additional pipe removal, shipping, replacement, and recycling.
Switching to Ultra Tech 600 pipe can cut your pipe-related carbon footprint by up to 80%, positively impacting the environment and contributing to your company’s sustainability goals.
GHG emissions from 2.4B miles driven by average gasoline-powered passenger vehicles
CO2 emissions from 106.3M gallons of gasoline consumed
GHG emissions avoided by 40.9M trash bags of waste recycled instead of landfilled
GHG emissions from 210,194 gasoline-powered passenger vehicles driven for one year
Ultra Tech 600 can withstand the most abrasive, mission-critical applications for up to 10 years due to its unique chemistry developed in our in-house metallurgical lab. To create wear-resistant pipes that stand the test of time, we use a unique heating and quenching process to alter the microstructure of the steel, resulting in an ideal tapered hardness pipe profile with outstanding inner wall hardness and outer wall ductility. The results are an abrasion-resistant pipe with an outer wall that is ductile enough to accommodate high-pressure service and welding stresses, and an inner wall that resists abrasive slurries and the toughest conveyance materials.
“We chose Ultra Tech 600 pipe for its uptime and production reliability. Then I found out we’d save over 9,000 tons in CO2 emissions — it was a win win. Good for business and good for the environment,” says First Last, Position at List Name of Canadian Mining Company
Our goal is to create quality, durable products that support sustainability and fulfill our customers’ desire for environmental stewardship. As of 2023, we’ve helped save over 1 million tons of carbon emissions worldwide.
Install Ultra Tech 600 pipe for the toughest jobs around and save up to 80% on your pipe-related carbon footprint.