American Cast Iron Pipe Company, founded in Birmingham, Ala., in 1905, is a manufacturer of ductile iron pipe, spiral-welded steel pipe, fire hydrants and valves for the waterworks industry, and electric-resistance-welded steel pipe for the oil and gas industry. AMERICAN’s diversified product line also includes static castings and high-performance fire pumps.
The Birmingham plant, located on a 2,000-acre site with more than 60 acres under roof, is home to one of the world’s largest cupolas; the Contiarc, the first-of-its-kind continuous arc furnace; and AMERICAN Recycling, the only scrap processing facility of its kind in the region.
AMERICAN employs approximately 3,000 people – about 2,000 at its headquarters plant and offices in Birmingham, and about 1,000 at its subsidiary plants: American Castings, LLC, Pryor Creek, Okla.; American SpiralWeld Pipe Company, LLC, Columbia, S.C.; American Valve & Hydrant Manufacturing Company, Beaumont, Texas; Intercast SA, Itauna, Brazil; Specification Rubber Products Inc., Alabaster, Ala.; Pneumax of Peoria, Ariz.; and Waterous Company, South Saint Paul, Minn.
Ductile Iron Pipe: 800-442-2347
Valves and Hydrants: 800-326-8051
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•AMERICAN Corporate Overview
•Video: AMERICAN Flex-Ring Joint Pipe
•Video: Installation Of 14-48 Flex-Ring Joint Pipe
•Video: Disassembly Of 14-48 Flex-Ring Joint Pipe
•Video: Introduction To Toruseal Flange Gaskets
•Reduction Of Lead In Drinking Water Act
•Hydrant: 5 1/4" American-Darling B-84-B-5 Overview
•Hydrant: 5 1/4" American-Darling B-62-B-5 Overview
•Hydrant: 4 1/2" American-Darling Mark 73-5 Overview
•Hydrant: 5 1/4" Waterous Pacer Overview
•Hydrant: 5 1/4" Waterous Pacer Operation
•Hydrant: 4 3/4" Waterous Trend Overview
•Hydrant: 4 3/4" Waterous Trend Operation
•Hydrant: Introduction To The Captivater Locking Fire Hydrant Cap
•Valves: Butterfly Versus Gate
•Valves: Resilient Wedge Gate Valves Vs. Double Disc Gate Valves
•Ductile Vs. Gray Iron