Headquartered in Sudbury, ON, and with a facility in Nisku, AB, ACR Fuller is Canada's premier full-service rubber lining company. With on-site pipe spool fabrication, rubber (and ceramic) lining capabilities, as well as a paint shop, ACR Fuller can provide unparalleled cost efficiencies to their customers.
PIPE SPOOL FABRICATION
ACR Fuller’s piping fabrication plant is the most technologically advanced in North America. CNC pipe profiling, butt and fillet welding stations, coupled with our front-end Project Data Integration Software (PDIS) ensures 100% x-ray quality welding with 100% repeatability and without variability—all the time and every time.
They compliment this with industry-best fitters, welders, pipe fabricators and inspectors while maintaining a culture of respect for people and continuous improvement.
All spools start with a unique serial number. This ensures that all drawings, material, man-hours and processes are tracked and maintained for the customer.
Fuller’s method is designed to provide industry-best quality, traceability, transparency and speed of processing.
Rubber Lined Pipe, Tanks and Vessels
Whether it’s in the plant or in the field, ACR Fuller has the largest capacity and the best practices. Our plants have some of the biggest rubber lining equipment in the world, including an 11’ x 55’ (3.35 X 16.76 m) autoclave. We offer both dry and steam curing methods.
ACR Fuller is the highest capacity liner in North America, with their capacity exceeding one full flat-deck truck of rubber-lined material per day.
Their field lining and plant lining crews have over 20 years experience and are approved applicators for some of the world’s most challenging customers across many industries. Please contact us for references.
Ceramic Lined Pipe, Tanks, and Vessels
Ceramic materials offer a number of benefits in a variety of applications. Maintaining a smooth surface ceramics provide higher wear, heat and corrosion resistance, as well as high tensile strength.
These materials also offer lower thermal expansion than metals or plastics, and longer part life at original design dimensions and tolerances.
Alumina represents the most common used ceramic material in the industry. it provides superior abrasion, high temperature, and chemical resistance, and is also electrically insulating.
Ceramic has an excellent cost to part life performance record.
Effectively handles severe abrasion in elbows with tight radius, and other high wear areas.
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