Headquartered in Yanshan county, Hebei province, P. R. China, iMetal was founded by engineers and professors who have many years of experience on designing, manufacturing and distributing butt welding fittings like elbow, tee, reducer, caps, cross per ASME B16.9/MSS SP-75/EN10253-2. At present iMetal comprehending a plant of 80.000 ㎡ with around 120 employees could produce fittings from 1/2" to 72" without wall thickness limitation specially in carbon and alloy steel including A420 WPL6, A234 WPB, WP5, WP9, WP11, WP91, A860 WPHY52, WPHY60, WPHY65, P235GH TC1, P265GH.
iMetal uses computerized production facility together with skilled staff to ensure premium products. Furthermore, every year, iMetal has staff get trained in leading Italian fittings manufacturer for whom iMetal is providing OEM service because of much lower cost in China.
Through years development, iMetal is acknowledged by major oil and gas company, EPC contractor, stock holder, leading manufacturer from Europe and some traders worldwide.
In order to strengthen its position on the markets, iMetal purchased a flange mill in July, 2021 from Dingxiang county, Shanxi province specially for carbon steel flange like A105, P250GH, P280GH etc.
Today iMetal is committed to become preferred supplier for industries like oil and gas, power generation, shipbuilding and working hard for much better products and related service.
Raw material is from reputable mill like TPCO. Good quality is based on good raw mateial.
Following production plan, every order would be finished on time. In case of delay, the delivery time will be agreed with customers.
Certified by ISO9001:2015 quality system, inspection is 100% performed for each order. 3rd party inspection is also welcomed to double ensure quality.
Professional team work makes every order delivered on time.
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