Split And Tabbed Casing | Pittsburgh PipeHere at Pittsburgh Pipe, we have manufactured split steel casing pipe, also known as split steel conduit, for over 20 years. We have been a major supplier of telecom and power products to underground utility contractors all across North America.

As experts, we serve the underground gas and water & sewer markets, as well as the telecommunications sector. We can provide 3 different style of split casing.

The first style of split casing is the split and tabbed. We begin with a 10’ section of black or galvanized steel that has already been threaded, and we split the entire pipe longitudinally along with the coupling.

Then, we weld our pre-punched tabs to both sides of the pipe and the coupling. All of the hardware for simple field installation is included. The sizes available are a 1” IPS to 12” IPS diameter and 0.156” to 0.375” wall thickness, with special lengths available on request.

The next type of split casing pipe is zipper cut casing. We take standard sections of either straight seam or spiral weld steel pipe that are arc-gouged longitudinally on both sides to maintain the pipe’s circularity.

We leave a small section that is attached on both ends that can be cut in the field at the time of installation to work for you. It comes in diameters of 4” IPS to 12” IPS and a full range of wall thicknesses.

The final split casing pipe style we supply is the split and flanged casing. This style is specifically offered for projects in which field welding is not an available option.

The pipe is split longitudinally with split flanges attached to both ends and pre-drilled flat bars attached on each horizontal side. All of the standard hardware for assembly is included. We offer these in 4” to 12” diameters, with a full range of wall thicknesses and special coatings and linings available.

Consider Pittsburgh Pipe for your next telecom and power project that requires split steel casing pipe. We supply the right pipe, right on time. Let Pittsburgh Pipe provide the pipe for your next project.