pipe integrity

Plidco Pipeline Products

By partnering with the world’s leading manufacturing company of pipeline repair and maintenance fittings, Plidco – The Pipe Line Development Company, we are uniquely able to provide our customers with rapid and dependable delivery of the world’s highest quality and safest pipeline repair products in order to minimize costly shutdowns and assure worker safety.

The best sealing products in the industry makes them the safest products in the industry.

The Pipe Line Development Company, or Plidco, is an Ohio, USA, family-owned business, founded in 1949 by Joseph B. and Berneice K. Smith. Plidco is credited with designing and manufacturing the industry’s first high pressure pipeline repair products.

Plidco manufactures pipe line repair and maintenance fittings with hundreds of thousands of fittings sold. The factory has 56,000 square feet of office and lab space. The factory has all of the standard fabrication and machine tools plus special equipment required to completely manufacture standard & special fittings.

Plidco fittings have been used worldwide for high pressure pipeline repair and maintenance, in a wide variety of applications, both onshore and offshore. Applications include oil, gas, water, chemical, steam, slurry and other piping systems.

Plidco high pressure clamps and fittings are designed and manufactured following the applicable codes and a strict Quality Control program. These proven products have enabled customers to avoid or minimize costly and dangerous shutdowns, saving risk, time, and money. All products are designed to quickly and safely repair pipelines, most without shutdown in order to keep downtime to a minimum.

Plidco products can be backwelded with the line in operation, or bolted-only for weld-hazardous or weld-difficult areas. Factory trained technicians are available to assist you with difficult installations or with measurements for special designs.

Plidco is ISO 9001:2008 and 14001:2004 certified.

Plidco products have been designed for pressure up to 10,000 PSI and temperatures from -250° F to 1100° F. An inventory of standard products in API pipe size, 1-1/2" through 48" and pressures up to 2000 PSI, are regularly stocked for added convenience.