McElroy began operations in 1954 as a two-person startup in an Oklahoma garage. In the 1960s, it became a forerunner in the Fintube Machinery market, with a strong presence that continues today. In 1969, McElroy designed its first Polyethylene Fusion Machine. That line has now expanded to form the industry's most complete line of fusion equipment, which is used with a variety of thermoplastic pipe—from HDPE and Fusible PVC to Polypropylene-Random.
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January 29, 2014
McElroy announced the addition of a new distributor that will sell and service the company’s range of fusion machines in Northern Africa.
The distributor is Soudure... more
January 03, 2014
McElroy added three new distributors that will serve domestic and international customers from East to West.
The new distributors are R & B Co. of San Jose, Calif.;... more
September 21, 2012
McElroy is giving their educational branch a new set of online tools.
For more than 30 years, McElroy has been the only pipe fusion machine manufacturer to continuously... more
July 14, 2010
New McCalc application quickly calculates fusion pressureMcElroy Manufacturing recently introduced the first pipe-fusion-focused Apple iTunes application for iPhone,... more
July 05, 2012
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September 22, 2010
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