McElroy University. Learning tools for different types of pipe fusion
In November of 2017, Andy Taylor was contracted by McElroy University to provide narration for animated web explainer videos detailing different types of thermoplastic pipe fusion. You can access these learning tools by clicking the video tiles above.
Butt fusion is the process of using heat and force to join together thermoplastic pipe. To learn more about thermoplastic pipe fusion, click the video above, or visit mcelroy.com.
Saddle fusion is a convenient way of installing a new branch outlet on an existing service line. To learn more about Saddle fusion, click the video above, or visit mcelroy.com.
Socket fusion is the process of using heat and force to join thermoplastic pipe together – typically used in small diameter piping systems. For more information on the benefits of thermoplastic pipe fusion, click the videos above or visit mcelroy.com.
Electrofusion is an alternative for fusing thermoplastic pipe – commonly used in confined spaces or to make repairs on existing systems. For more information about the types of thermoplastic fusion, click the videos above or visit mcelroy.com.
Thanks to McElroy Marketing for the partnership.
We’ve used Andy for 4 different voiceovers. He’s certainly professional, extremely fast and has a great voice that helps represent our brand well.