The tips provided in the video make it easy to assemble Reed's large diameter FPV20 Field Pipe Vise.
The UPC636A (Universal Pipe Cutter) by Reed Manufacturing Company provided the necessary and right cut on 20" ductile iron pipe. W.D. Wright Contracting, Inc. is completing work to tie old and new lines for recently-constructed water reservoirs in Meadville, PA. Operators look forward to using the cutter again.
Reed is pleased to sponsor a Plumbing Apprentice for the PHCC Educational Foundation Plumbing Apprentice Contest which takes place on October 1, 2015.
In June 2015 Reed Manufacturing Company attended the ACE 2015 AWWA Conference in Anaheim, California. In the video clip, Reed Regional Manager Brian Gunderson educates WaterWorld magazine about the tools Reed has developed for the water/wastewater industry.
In June 2014 Reed Manufacturing Company attended the AWWA Conference in Boston. In the video clip Todd Gilpatrick, Reed Regional Manager, talks to WaterWorld magazine about the tools Reed manufacturers and sells for the water/wastewater industry.
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Come by and visit the Reed booth #2024-2026 at the CMPX show March 19-21, 2014. Held at the Metro Toronto Convention Center, CMPX is geared for contractors and distributors in the plumbing, HVAC, and related mechanical trades.
IPEX’s System 636® PVC and CPVC used for high efficiency flue gas venting is installed using solvent cement welding on all joints and connections. Proper installation techniques, which include the use of the correct tools and primers/solvents, are of vital importance when working with the product.
Dual Socket Ratchet Wrenches fit the most popular water works fasteners for mechanical joints, flange bolts, repair clamps, service saddles and sleeves. L2017ERG wrench includes 1-1/4 and 1-1/16 inch sockets.
Reed’s L4N1 Thru-Bolt™ ratchet wrench features four sockets on one wrench in a popular dog bone configuration. The sockets sizes are 1 1/4", 1 1/8", 1 1/16" and 15/16" and are designed to stay on the handle, meaning no loose sockets.