Curved Steel Bends for Marine and Locomotive Parts In Honor of Veterans Day

In honor of Veteran’s Day, I thought I would share a PT-658 boat restoration project that Albina Co., Inc. participated in. Albina bends and curves steel parts used on locomotive frames, boat frames, deck rails and even components for homeland security helping to protect our docks and ports. One example includes, PT-658, the last remaining operable PT boat from World War II. Albina bent and donated 3/4″ Sch40 Bare pipe bends to form a protective railing for the deck mounted guns and 5” OD x .120” wall stainless steel exhaust tubing for the Packard Diesel engines and 1/2” OD x .065” wall T304 stainless steel bends (coils) around the 5” OD stainless material to cool the extremely hot exhaust tubes.

steel bending for pt boat WWII

steel bending for pt boat WWII

steel bending for pt boat WWII

steel bending for pt boat WWII

steel bending for marine

steel bending for marine application

steel bending for locomotive

steel bending for locomotive

One thought on “Curved Steel Bends for Marine and Locomotive Parts In Honor of Veterans Day

  1. I’m impressed with all the stainless steel tube applications on the boat you displayed. I think my dad would really love seeing this. I’ll have to show him. He has worked a lot with stainless steel in his life and his dad is a veteran as well. Thanks for sharing this!

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