December 2018, Vol. 245, No. 12


7 Most Important Questions to Ask a Fabricator

By Jack Lollis, Larry Payne and Ed Young, Jr., Pipeline Equipment, Inc. Exactly what type of fabricator are we talking about? In this case, a company that fabricates pressure piping or pressure vessels designed to ASME code.   These are piping components welded together or mated using mechanical joints, such as flanges, pipe, roll and welded cylinders, reducers, elbows, tees, fabricated nozzles, valves, meters, filters and strainers. These may be provided as a subassembly or a completed assembly mounted on skid. Some of the completed fabricated products could include pig launchers and receivers, mainline valves, setting assembles, metering skids,

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