Since its founding in 1921, McWane has been a global leader in engineering and manufacturing water distribution and water infrastructure products. These products are integral to the function and development of plumbing and clean waterworks systems throughout the United States and the rest of the world.
The McWane family of companies consists of nearly two dozen organizations dedicated to engineering and manufacturing quality pipe, valves, hydrants, fittings, couplings and steel fabricating products. McWane is also a leader in environmental, health and safety, compiling an impressive record of improvements over the past decade.
The companies below represent our domestic operations — those manufacturers that produce American-made pipe and waterworks products that are guaranteed compliant with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
A complete list of all McWane Companies, including those in Canada, can be found at www.mcwane.com.
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M&H Valve manufactures a variety of products including waterworks valves and fire hydrants for private, municipal, and industrial water and wastewater treatment systems from its facility in Anniston, AL.
Clow Valve Company manufactures a variety of products, including waterworks valves and fire hydrants for private, municipal, and industrial water and wastewater treatment systems from its facilities in Oskaloosa, IA. and Corona, CA.
From its facility in Elmira, NY, Kennedy Valve manufactures a complete line of hydrants and valves for waterworks distribution, potable and wastewater treatment and fire protection systems for domestic and international markets.
Located in Tyler, TX, Tyler Union's foundries produce both ductile iron waterworks fittings and cast iron waterworks fittings.
A couplings manufacturer, Anaco operates out of McWane’s Clow Valve facility in Corona, CA.
AB&I Foundry is the largest manufacturer of cast iron soil pipe and fittings in the Western United States. Located in Oakland, CA, AB&I has a Custom Casting Division that can manufacture all specialized products.
With a foundry in Tyler, TX and a couplings plant in Missouri, Tyler Pipe represents a significant presence in the cast iron soil pipe and couplings industries.
Tyler Pipe's coupling production division is called Tyler Coupling and it is located in Marshfield, MO.
The first McWane foundry, McWane Pipe was organized in 1921 in Birmingham, AL and today continues to produce ductile iron pipe used in the water infrastructure of cities across America.
Started in 1926, Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe Company manufactures ductile iron pipe to serve the western United States from its facility in Provo, UT.
Atlantic States produces ductile iron pipe for customers located throughout the mid-Atlantic, New England and Canada from its facility in Phillipsburg, NJ.
Clow Water Systems produces ductile iron pipe and waterworks fittings to serve the central United States from its facility in Coshocton, Ohio. In addition, the facility operates a custom fabrication plant, building pipe systems for industrial applications.
Through four U.S. and one Australian facility, Manchester Tank offers a full line of pressure vessels, from D.O.T. propane cylinders and ASME tanks to hand-held torches, all provided in a wide range of sizes and shapes and all conforming to strict code requirements and safety standards.
Amerex is a leading manufacturer of fire extinguishers, operating out of Trussville, AL