2014

Largest Tri Tool PFM One of our largest portable machines, this pipe facing machine can deliver optimal surface finish for facing and counterboring on 48” through 76” pipe.

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PRESS RELEASE – Tri Tool Announces New High Production CNC Counterbore Service

Rancho Cordova, CA – February 17, 2014 – Tri Tool Incorporated today introduced a CNC highproduction counterboring service for the offshore market with unique, seven axis CNC controls. To meet the demand for deep counterbore machining of steel catenary risers and critical pipeline construction needs, Tri Tool has designed and...

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PRESS RELEASE – Tri Tool Launches New Brand Identity

Rancho Cordova, CA – January 13, 2014 – Tri Tool Incorporated today introduced a new brand identity for it’s over 40 year old privately-held company. The double “T” symbolizes the company’s name, Tri Tool and the new tagline “Building Performance” reflects their dedication to building high performing quality tools, services...

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2014

Expanded Houston Facility Opens To meet the increasing demands of the onshore and offshore Pipeline and Oil & Gas industries, Tri Tool opens a 15,000 square foot facility to serve as a staging base for providing rental and service solutions.

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2012

AdaptARC® Welding System First introduced for international sales, the durable and versatile mechanized AdaptARC orbital welding system offers multiple processes for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding pulsed spray (GMAW-P), modified short arc (GMAW-S), and Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW).

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TECH TIP – Working With Microfittings

Most welded high purity tubing systems utilize electro polished micro fittings. Our equipment properly prepares micro fittings for orbital welding by producing perfectly flat, square ends, while maintaining the perch length required for automatic weld heads. This is essential for both new and reclaimed components and tube sections. Tri Tool,...

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TECH TIP – Micrometer Feed

For squaring and severing operations where control of the depth of cut is an important fact, an optional micrometer feed assembly is available for some models. Contact your sales representative for more information.

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TECH TIP – Tool Bit Resharpening Limits

There are practical limits to when and how many times a tool can be resharpened. The number of times a tool bit can be resharpened is dependent on the type of tool bit and the application. Some of the conditions which make it impractical to resharpen a tool bit are:...

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TECH TIP – Tool Bit Selection

Obtaining the best results starts with selecting or determining which tool bit to use with the material being cut. Tri Tool has three basic cutting edge geometry’s which function well on most of the common tubing materials. In addition to variations in the edge geometry, tool bits are made available...

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Portable Pipe Cutting Equipment for High-Purity Weld Preps

by Bill Atkinson Portable pipe cutting equipment is playing an ever-increasing role in the construction and maintenance of today’s piping systems. As the specifications, materials, and design of these systems have increased in complexity, the need for rapid, accurate, and repeatable on-site cutting performance can be instrumental in reducing costs...

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TECH TIP – End Preparation Squareness

Tri Tool Inc. designs all standard ID mounting weld end preparation products to machine the end square to the mounting surface within .002″ per diameter inch and flat within .005″. Tri Tool does not test and certify each tool to meet the criteria, but the initial production lot is verified...

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Preparing Tube Ends for High-Purity Welding

by William Sandford Autogenous welding (fusion welding without the use of filler metal) joins the tubing used for most high-purity and sanitary tubing systems. These systems require very high-quality weld joints, with emphasis placed on obtaining a smooth inside surface to avoid contaminant traps and on all the normal structural...

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Automatic Tube Welding for High Purity Systems

by Bill Atkinson   Background Over the years, the equipment used for welding, testing, and certifying welds has become more complex. This is evident in the use of computers by welders for the study, design, and control of welding processes. Technology has provided us with an intimate understanding of the...

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2007

Tri Tool Expands Corporate Headquarters Tri Tool expands into a 128,000 square foot facility in Rancho Cordova, California which serves as its corporate office and main manufacturing plant. It is the base of operations for our engineering, production planning, research & development, as well as sales and administration, rental and...

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2006

ASME Code Welding Tri Tool Power Services obtains in ASME Code welding stamps to perform turnkey welding services. This allows TPS to support nuclear welding projects, from weld preparation, all the way to successful completion.

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2004

Alaska Pipeline Project Tri Tool is called upon to work on the Alaska Pipeline, Pump Station #1 in Prudhoe Bay, AK. For this solution Tri Tool used a custom designed 600 Series Clamshells with high-speed double milling heads.

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2002

PFM Introduced To answer the growing global petroleum demand, Tri Tool introduces the PipeMASTER Pipeline Facing Machine. These tools set the industry standard, as one of the fastest, most powerful pipe facing machines on the marketing.

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2001

Tri Tool Power Services To provide a conduit to perform union machining work under the jurisdiction of the UA via the National Specialty Agreement, Tri Tool Power Services is formed. Tri Tool Power Service instructors train union members on the operation of specialty pipe beveling tools.

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