Sept. 14, 2016
 
OMCO Expands Welded Tube Capabilities

Roll former OMCO, Wickliffe, Ohio, has expanded its welded tube manufacturing capabilities. The company’s new 200-foot-long mill is highly automated, allowing for production of standard-shaped tubes and custom profiles. The line incorporates a 330-ton pre-punch press, a 3.5-inch roll forming mill and a 150 KW high-frequency welder. It can handle material up to 0.250 inch thick.

“This new mill provides a cost-effective alternative for customers needing non-standard welded tubes, as well as for customers who have been purchasing standard tube shapes and then modifying them with slots or holes,” says Greg Myers, director of sales and marketing at OMCO.


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