As the largest independent pipe and tube manufacturer in North America, we produce 2 million tons of pipe and tube annually in our 12 manufacturing plants. Our investment in quality manufacturing and in our facilities, systems and people give our company the strength to deliver, both in vigorous markets and in these ever-changing times.
Explore our library of videos to familiarize yourself with our wide range of steel pipe and tubular products.
Standard Steel Pipe, Electrical Conduit and More
Wheatland Tube produces A53 continuous weld and ERW pipe, lance pipe and seamless pressure pipe. We set the industry standard for hot-dip galvanized pipe, supply lance pipe with superior weld integrity and longer burn times, and offer over 350 different combinations of end-finishes, end treatments and length on our standard pipe.
Steel conduit was introduced in the early 1900’s as a raceway system and is still the ultimate protection for cable and conductors. Today, Wheatland's Rigid Metal Conduit (RMC) is recognized by the industry as providing the most physical protection for conductors and cables.
Learn more about what it takes to manufacture RMC and Standard Pipe and watch our video:
Did you know? Wheatland Tube’s Color Check™ Color-Coded EMT comes in blue, orange, red, green, silver, black, white, yellow, and purple. Whether you require easy identification for your fire, alarm, healthcare, or high or low voltage systems, our Color Check™, Color-Coded EMT will exceed your identification-system needs.
Watch our video to learn more about Color Check Color-Coded EMT uses and applications:
Hollow Structural Steel
Atlas Tube is known for the quality and breadth of products and technical expertise, offering the largest size range of hollow structural sections in North America: 1"-16" squares; full range of rectangles; and rounds to 20" outside diameter. Our flexible manufacturing with quick change technology provides the shortest cycle times in the industry.
Discover more about manufacturing HSS and see our collection of online videos here: