Midland Metal

View Details 34036 | POL PLUG, LP GAS, POL FITTINGS, PLUG | Midland Metal Mfg.
$2.83 each
View Details 28295 | 1/4 PIPE WYE, Brass Fittings, Pipe, Pipe Wye | Midland Metal Mfg.
$4.29 each

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Why Buy Midland Metal Products?

Midland Metal is a private company based in Kansas City, Missouri. The company started in 1919 as a manufacturer of lead, copper and aluminum roof flanges, tees, nipples, and elbows.

The company underwent a significant restructuring in the 1970s and became a brass fitting distributor. It currently provides a range of products including ball valve, cast fittings and nipples, hose clamps, hydraulic adapters, and pneumatic accessories.

Midland Metal currently operates out of three stocking locations in California, Texas, and Georgia. Since it is a smaller company, Midland Metal contracts out its manufacturing process to machine shops in the US and around the world.

However, the product fittings conform to Midland Metal’s stringent standards.

What are Some Midland-Metal Products?

Midland Metals offers a variety of metal products organized into more than ten product lines. They are brass fittings, valves, nipples & fittings, plastic fittings, clamps, tubing, pneumatics, accessories, hydraulics, lead-free, high-pressure sprayer, and truck and trailer.

At Blackhawk, we carry over ten thousand Midland Metal products. We organize the products by category, material, section, and shape so you can apply appropriate filters to find the product that meet your needs.

What are Some Popular Midland Metal Products?

The most popular Midland Metal product is this 1” Side Outlet Tee. It is part of the nipples & fittings line and is galvanized to prevent rusting. The Outlet Tee helps with grease, fuels, LP & natural gas, refrigeration, instrumentation, and hydraulic systems.

The second and third most popular Midland Metal products are the ¾ X 5/8 Barb Splicer and this 3/8 x 5/16 Barb Splicer. Both are part of a line of mender/splicers made of brass fittings and comes in sizes ranging from 1/8” to 1”. They withstand temperatures ranging from -40°F to 160°F and a maximum pressure of 150 PSI.

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