Here at RAM Tubulars, we are adverse to waste. To us it just means not enough thought has gone into how something can be reused. Fortunately, we have found numerous ways in which our tubular products can be recycled for use in the construction and piling industries.
We like to think of our approach as from the ground up, which means we really do our homework on how best to utilise oil and gas infrastructure in the most cost-effective ways. For example, our casing pipe is sufficient quality to find its way into a wide range of ground engineering projects which require piling pipe. Seeing something that could have been set aside gathering dust somewhere or being scrapped for raw materials, for an equally valuable purpose is really rewarding for us.
Our pipes are used by some of the leading contractors and civil engineering firms in the UK and beyond. And instead of copying what others do, we have led the way with our end-to-end processes ensuring continuity at every stage.
What’s more, our market knowledge is as pivotal to us now as it was when we started over 20 years ago. With sustainability and circular economy modelling more relevant than ever, we are always looking at new ways of recycling and finding new uses for the end product.
Pipe that has previously seen service in the Oil and Gas markets, can be reused as a superior alternative to concrete in the construction industry as piling pipe. It can also be utilised into other products within the engineering, fabrication and machining industries.
RAM Tubulars developed in-house spud joints for use in the piling industry, made from the machining of surplus Oil and Gas tubulars. By utilising our spud joints, clients eliminate the need for welding of joints together on site and these have been designed to go tight with two connecting tubulars, when knocked together.
RAM Connectors are available in the two most commonly utilised pipe diameters of 139 mm (5 ½”) and 178 mm (7”).
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Westhill, Aberdeenshire AB32 6FG
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