P. C. CAMPANA, INC.

P.C. Campana, Inc.P.C. Campana, Inc. is the master provider for the steel, foundry supplies and tube supplier industries in North America and abroad.

Started in 1969 by its founder, Patsie C. Campana, Sr., P.C. Campana, Inc. has enjoyed steady growth and diversification without disrupting our high quality standards.

Electrical contracting with an emphasis in the steel industry was the primary focus in 1969. Soon thereafter, P.C. Campana Inc. was awarded the North American license to a German welding technology to repair ingot molds and slag pots in steel plants. Aggressive marketing of the services led to job sites from coast to coast.

In 1975, P.C. Campana, Inc. was known throughout the industry as one of the leading suppliers of fabrication and repair services with the main emphasis being ingot mold, coke oven door, ladle, slag pot and industrial equipment repair. Extremely large volumes of welding and burning products were being consumed. At that time, the company decided to explore the possibility of producing its own products, and the Caldo Division was born.

Supplying underwater welding products, concrete cutting equipment, oxygen cutting systems, lance pipes, burning bars and the caldo cutting torch to the steel and foundry industries, sales of the Caldo cutting torch soared, which led the way for further expansion into the manufacturing of exothermic risers, alloy cored wire and tube supplier products.

The Tubular Products Division, your number one tube supplier, can produce products in sizes ranging from 1/2" through 3" diameters, along with rectangles and squares up to 1-1/2" with lengths to 24'. We currently have four tube mills along with four haven cuts-offs with in-line brush de-bur, and also have the capability for inside diameter painting. We can supply all of your products for your tube supplier needs.

Formed in 1984, Mini Riser Division supplies a variety of foundry supplies to the foundry industry. Exothermic products include but are not limited to, exothermic sleeves, exothermic risers, exothermic cutting systems, insulating sleeves, mini risers and hot topping compound. 

The Alloy Cored Wire Division was formed in 1985, with an emphasis towards clean steel practices in wire feeding systems. Since the formation of the division, we continue to produce top quality cored wire feeders through innovation. Wire injection was developed to aid the steel makers in reducing costs, improving quality by a more controlled alloy addition, reducing nozzle clogging while casting and allowing for a more precise chemistry for our alloy cored wire and wire feeding systems.



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