Tector Thread Protector


[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Pipes are not cheap, irrespective of whether you go for steel or plastic ones, therefore it is necessary to protect them. Damage generally occurs to pipes during storage and transportation. The most important part of the pipe would probably be its threads because if there is any damage occurring to these then the entire pipe would become useless as it is not possible to connect pipes with damaged threads. Thus, it makes sense to protect the threads of a pipe when storing or transporting to ensure that no damage takes place.

The Tector thread protector is a great solution for protecting pipe threads. These are a one-size-fits-all solution because they can be used on all kinds of pipes such as: structural, beveled, coupled, threaded, plain-end, coated, chrome, high alloy, carbon pipes and so on. The Tector thread protector is basically concerned with reducing injuries taking place while working with the pipes and it also eliminates expensive damages occurring to such pipes. They offer complete protection to the pipes and are very easy to use. Also, these thread protectors come with very reasonable price tags, which is like the cherry on top of an already attractive cake!

If you want to go for something even stronger than the Tector thread protector then you can opt for Tector Plus thread protectors. These have a heavier closed-end design and they offer all the benefits that the regular range of thread protectors from Tector. Tector Plus products are heavier than Tector products, therefore they meet the requirements in Canada. These are a great way of obtaining protection from environmental elements for your pipes. Just like the regular Tector range, these are also very cost effective.

Tector Plus thread protectors can be used in a wide range of industries, but the most common application for these would be in the oil and gas industry. In case of the oil and gas industry, pipes are often required to be transported to the oil and gas fields. With the help of these protectors, the pipes can be covered while they are being transported to ensure optimum protection.

The Tector Plus pipe protectors come in two variants: metal and plastic ones. These can be clean and re-used and are completely recyclable. Ideally, these are perfect for short-term storage and also for use in API applications. All in all, these are a great investment for all active companies in the oil and gas industry.

If your organization is interested in Tector Plus pipe protectors, contact MSI Pipe Protection to start benefitting today![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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