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Thank you for your interest in Armstrong & Sons. We look forward to hearing from you so we can help you select the right tools for your next boiler tube replacement project. You can send us an e-mail from the form below or just call us at (732) 223-1555 and we’ll be glad to speak with you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions our prospective customers ask.

What type of Tube material does your system remove?

Copper, brass and stainless steel. Our system was designed to pull condenser tubes but is also used in heat exchanger units. Several factors are considered in order to determine if our tools will be a good fit for your job. Please contact us for a more detailed evaluation of your needs.

What size boiler tubes can you pull?

Our system can be customized to fit just about any job, though they are best equipped as follows:5/8″ 14 BWG to 1 1/4″ 22 BWG.

What are your power requirements for your tools?

a. Tube cutter and tube puller are available both pneumatic (35CFM @ 90psi) and 110 electric.

b. Tube stripper requires 100 CFM @ 100 PSI.

c. Tube chopper requires 230 or 460 volt AC 3 phase.

Do you manufacture all your own parts and tools?

Yes, we fabricate all parts and accessories for our tools, with the exception of the Drill drives for our cutters.

How many tubes can your system pull in a day?

Our general expectation is that we can remove 30-35 tubes per hour or 250 tubes per day per pulling line. Though each job/unit is different and production rates can vary, for instance we have had instances where 100 tubes per hour have occurred.

Is the tube chopper required with the system?

No it is not, but recommended. Typical scrap yards will offer a higher yield on the scrap due to the fact that it cuts down on their processing time.

How far will you travel?

We have no set territory, we will travel wherever our tools will be of benefit.

What types of industries do you service?

We service all industries, including but not limited to commercial, industrial and nuclear. Contact Armstrong & Sons today to learn more about how we can work with you on your next boilder tube servicing project.

How long have you been in business?

80 years. Our business was first registered in 1939 by Robert Armstrong. Learn more about Armstrong & Sons by visiting our About Us page.

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