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The 16 in. E.R.W. Tube Plant, Shotton

The object of this paper is to describe thc structural aspects of the plant erected at Shotton, Flintshire, in which Stewarts and Lloyds will produce welded oil-line pipe up to 16 in. outside diameter by the Electric Resistance Welded (E.R.W.) process. W. T. Brooks, T. Burnett-Stuart and G. Bernard Godfrey

Author(s): Brooks, W T;Burnett-Stuart, T;Godfrey, G Bernard

Keywords: pipes;welds;shotton, flints;industrial buildings