Pipe Cutting

Cold cutting is a non-heat and flame method used to cut metal, concrete, or stone, and finds applications in industries such as chemical, petrochemical, and oil and gas. This process helps in eliminating the dangers of safety incidents on field. In addition to safety, cold cutting, in comparison to hot cutting, results in better time and money savings.


INTEGRA Technologies’ machines are engineered to cut, bevel, counterbore, single point, and flange face on all pipe and tubing ranging from 2″ – 177″. Because we are not tied into one brand of tooling, INTEGRA Technologies utilizes many different manufacturers to ensure you’re getting the best machine for your specific and complex application.

  • Cutting range from 2″ – 177″
  • Bridge slide – capable of single pointing, flange facing, counter boring, and deep boring
  • Low clearance tool slides
  • Heavy wall slides
  • Out of round slide – Fits any size split frame. Compensation for up to 1″ out-of-round pipe condition
  • Standard counterbore attachment mounts to any tool slide
  • Heavy duty and right angle motors
  • Hydraulic motors
  • Ability to cut all types of pipe materials and wall thicknesses
  • Can be mounted on straight run pipe or elbows

Steel Pipe, Stainless Steel Pipe, Steel Pipe Piles, Iron Cast Pipe, Aluminium Pipe, Chrome

Applications of Cold Cutting:

  • Commissioning, repair, maintenance, and decommissioning of pipes and pipelines.
  • Creating access openings in locations where hot work is prohibited.
  • Decommissioning outdated machinery.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, the machine can be operated remotely to minimize hand injuries and ensure the safety of the technician.

We can cut up to 80”.

Carbon steel, Stainless steel, Steel pipe piles, Iron cast pipe, Aluminum pipe, Chrome, and more.

J bevel, 30 º bevel, 37.5º, compound 10 º x 37.5º

Single pointing, flange facing, counter coring, and deep boring.

Our pipe cutting machines can be mounted on straight run pipe or elbows.

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