July 27, 2016 2:34 PM ET

Metals and Mining

Company Overview of Wheatland Tube Company

Company Overview

Wheatland Tube Company manufactures tubular steel solutions for commercial and industrial, fire sprinkler systems, electrical raceways, fence framework and energy construction, and solar related applications. Its products include standard pipes, DOM mechanical tubings, electrical conduits and fittings, and fire sprinkler pipes; oil and gas products, including line pipe products, tubings, and casings; continuous furnace weld pipes, carbon steel pipes and casings, and inner wall coatings; electric-resistance welded carbon/alloy precisely-welded steel tubings; and heavy industrial and security, industrial and commercial, and residential fence framework and square tubings. The company serves non...

700 South Dock Street

Sharon, PA 16146-1836

United States

Founded in 1877





Key Executives for Wheatland Tube Company

Chief Executive Officer and President
Vice President of Finance
General Manager of Operations
Vice President of Marketing & Business Development and President of Electrical Division
Age: 56
President of Pipe
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Wheatland Tube Company Key Developments

Wheatland Tube Expands Electrical Portfolio with Two New Products

Wheatland Tube has added two new electrical products to its portfolio: SmartSet EMT with a built-in set screw coupling and the SpeedCouple pre-installed swivel coupling. The new electrical metallic tubing and coupling products offer electrical contractors cost-effective, efficient solutions for electrical raceway installations. SmartSet EMT features a built-in set screw coupling that eliminates the need to purchase, inventory and install separate couplings — which can increase productivity and reduce project costs. SmartSet EMT is available in 10- and 20-foot lengths and in nine easy-to-identify colors. SpeedCouple is a pre-installed swivel coupling that features easy lead-in tapered threads to offer optimal performance for tight spots, saddles, offsets, trenches and duct banks. SpeedCouple can save up to 50% in material costs when compared to standard three-piece couplings. And because contractors can simply turn the coupling to connect two pieces of conduit together, SpeedCouple reduces installation time. SpeedCouple is available for 10- and 20-foot DuraGuard rigid, intermediate metal conduit and elbows, in trade sizes 2–5.

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