Vintage Advertisement of INDIAN TUBE

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The Newspaper Ad tells INDIAN TUBE as the most trusted trade mark in the steel tubes. The Vintage Magazine Ad affirms
The Wall-to-wall challenge
Take a close look at a bazar tube. It is thin-walled. Also, it isn't galvanised properly; the zinc coating is thin and patchy. You naturally pay less for this tube-but in the long run it will cost because it will not last long.
Examine an ITC tube, popularly known as TATA pipe. It has a thicker wall-complying with the specification IS: 1239 (Part I) -1973. It is also properly years of trouble-free service.
The strength of your tubes lies in the wall thickness
Correct wall-thickness of ITI tubes enables threads to be cut to perfect form, leaving adequate metal at the root. This ensures strong, leak-proof joints and far greater all-round durability.
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