American companies that produce metal pipes include Phillips Metal Inc., JMC Steel Group and American Steel Pipe. These companies have been in operation for decades, producing high quality pipes for both residential and commercial purposes.
JMC Steel Group is the largest steel pipe manufacturer in North America as well as one of the oldest, having started operations in 1877. The company's operating divisions include Atlas Tube, Energex Tube, Picoma, Sharon Tube and Wheatland Tube. Atlas Tube is the premier manufacturer of hollow structural solutions that are used in buildings and bridges. Energex Tube mainly manufactures piping for the oil industry, while Picoma deals with the manufacture of electrical conduit fittings. Sharon Tube manufactures mechanical tubing used in manufacturing, while Wheatland Tube manufactures residential piping as well as fire sprinkler pipes.
American Steel Pipe, based in Birmingham, Alabama, has been producing line piping since 1963. The company, which is known for its high quality products, earned the ISO 9002 certification in 1995. The company produces a wide variety of piping including ductile iron pipes including unrestrained and restrained pipe and electric resistance-welded steel pipes such as API line pipe.
Phillips Metal produces a diverse range of both ferrous and non-ferrous steel pipe products. It is located in Romeoville, Illinois. The main products the company produces are galvanized pipe and tubing products, hot finished and cold drawn seamless tubing, stainless steel tubing for vehicles, heat transfer tubing, finned tubes and U-tubes.