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This is a presentation I did for about 100 IDOT engineers back in 2008

This is a presentation I did for about 100 IDOT engineers back in 2008

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  • 1. For over 82 years…
  • 2. NAYLOR INVESTS IN ILLINOIS
    • Incorporated on the south side of Chicago in 1925. (March 13, 1925)
    • Still a locally owned company. Employee owned.
    • Most Naylor employees live in Illinois.
    • Salaries are re-spent in Illinois over and over again.
    • All employees pay Illinois Income Tax, sales tax, fuel tax, etc.
    • Piling loads are carried by our leased carriers from Illinois. Their workers pay Illinois income tax, sales tax, fuel tax, etc.
    • Local support staff. Lawyers, accountants, vendors, etc. all reside in Illinois
    • The money we earn from piling projects is spent in Illinois many times over.
    • Out of state companies do not give back to Illinois the way Naylor does.Plus, their truckers use our roads for free.
  • 3. Naylor Spiral Buttweld Naylor Spiral Lockseam
    • ASTM A-211
    • 4” I.D. to 30” I.D . / .074”wall to .164”wall
    • Provides greater overall strength than other steel pipe having the same wall thickness
    • ASTM A-139, ASTM A-252, AWWA C200
    • 6”O.D. to 96”O.D. / .134” wall to .500” wall
    • Infinite number of custom sizes available
    • Accurate diameter, cut lengths to 100’-0”, available in several types of steel, hydrostatically tested when required, certifications provided
  • 4. FITTINGS, CONNECTIONS, COATINGS
    • Elbows, tees, wyes, laterals, reducers, custom fittings to your requirements
    • Couplings, flanges, back-up rings, weld collars, and more
    • Coatings - hot dipped galvanized, epoxies, primers, more
    • Linings - rubber, ceramic, epoxies, polyurethane, more
    Exclusive Naylor Wedgelock Coupling
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  • 6. CONSTRUCTION Temporary or permanent lines for high and low-pressure air; high and low-pressure water; ventilating lines; cement placing; hydraulic sluicing; de-watering and drainage; well-point headers; exhaust and intake; foundation piling; caissons and tank supports. MINING AND QUARRYING Water pipe; high and low-pressure air lines; ventilating pipe; tailings or slurry pipe lines; sand, gravel and other product lines. DREDGING Available in abrasion resistant steel. Shore pipe; pontoon pipe; intake and discharge pipe; sand and gravel conveying lines. All types of dredging connections. MATERIALS HANDLING Sand, gravel, product and material handling lines; wash water lines; slurry and tailings pipe; rubber-lined pipe; sludge lines; fly ash disposal pipe; pneumatic conveyors. POLLUTION CONTROL Filtration plant piping; waste water lines; air purification pipe; sludge disposal systems. SEWAGE DISPOSAL Force mains, sludge lines; disposal plant aeration piping; siphons; temporary sewer by-pass lines PAPER MILLS Stock lines; pulp lines; vacuum lines; white water lines; hot and cold water lines; condensate lines; ventilating pipe; exhaust steam; compressed air lines; pneumatic conveying lines; bark, chips and trim disposal. AGRICULTURE Surface and underground main lines for irrigation; water-well casing; water supply and de-watering. INDUSTRIAL PLANTS High and low-pressure air; water supply; ventilating lines; gas piping and manifolds; diesel exhaust and in-take, low-pressure steam lines; cooling tower piping, drainage lines; spray pond piping; bridge crossings. PRODUCT COMPONENTS Pipe sections furnished as component parts of manufactured products; such as portable grain conveyors, tanks, containers, manifolds, and structural members. FABRICATIONS Standard fittings and all types of connections are available from stock for standard piping layouts. Precision fabrications to meet specifications for special or complex layouts are available. APPLICATIONS FOR NAYLOR PIPE
  • 7. ARTISTIC APPLICATIONS
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  • 12. NAYLOR PIPE PILING
  • 13. NAYLOR EXPERIENCE IN PIPE PILING IN ILLINOIS
    • SOUTH BELOIT, IL TO CAIRO, IL
    • QUAD CITIES TO EAST ST. LOUIS TO DANVILLE
    • FOR OVER 82 YEARS
    • 90% OF ALL BRIDGES IN THE MIDWEST
    • NAYLOR HAS SUPPLIED 99% OF ALL PIPE PILING IN ILLINOIS
    • NAYLOR IS STILL #1 FOR 2007
    • IT DOESN’T STOP THERE
  • 14. WORKING RELATIONSHIP COST SAVINGS AND QUALITY
  • 15. PIPE PILING - IL
    • 12” and 14” for Illinois (see page 6 of our catalog)
    • Wall Thickness 3/16” To 1/4” normally used in Illinois.
    • 100% Domestic Steel- Locally Produced.
    • Exact Lengths.
    • End Plates, Chill Rings, Splice Rings, Conical Pts.
    • In-plant Inspection And Certification
    • Bundling to minimize lifts during unloading.
    • Production schedule tailored to jobsite requirements.
    • Local in-house or contract trucks.
    • Preloaded trailers. We own a dozen.
  • 16. CUSTOMIZED LOADS
    • NAYLOR PIPE COMPANY SHIPS LENGTHS UP TO 100’-0”
    • CUSTOMIZE LOADING TO MINIMIZE FREIGHT COSTS
    • RAILROAD SHIPPING AVAILABLE
  • 17. LOCAL - IL CONTRACTORS WHO USE NAYLOR PIPE
    • CIVIL
    • D
    • DUNNET BAY
    • FH PASCHEN
    • HERLIHY
    • HAYWARD BAKER
    • IROQUOIS
    • KENNY
    • LANXON PILING
    • LORIG
    • NEWELL
    • RIBER
    • SJOSTROM
    • WALSH
    • MANY OTHERS
  • 18. DBE PARTICIPATION
    • AREATHA
    • NAK-MAN CORPORATION
    • STEVENSON CRANE
    • STEPPO
    • SUMIT
    • LANXON PILING SALES
  • 19. MEMBERSHIP
  • 20. CUT LENGTHS MINIMIZE SCRAP
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  • 23. I-80 AND 394 2003 AND 2004
  • 24. ROCK CROSS TIPS
  • 25. TEETH AND REINFORCING BANDS WITH TURNING SLOTS - ROOSEVELT ROAD
  • 26. CROSS BRACING - FIELD MUSEUM
  • 27. BAD SPIRALWELD PIPE “SMASHWELD”
  • 28. WHEN IT ALL GOES WRONG
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  • 31. THANK YOU ANY QUESTIONS ?