Torco Supply Co Inc was started in 1991 by Tom Robb, and his son Tim out of the family kitchen. It began as a welding hard goods company and evolved into a bottled gas and hard goods companies in the late 1990’s. In 2006 Torco Supply purchased Thermal Solutions and began dealing with Turn Around tooling and industrial tools along with the Gasses and welding supplies.
In 2017, Torco now stocks, for rental or sale, over 5ooo paddle blinds, over 1400 blind flanges, hundreds of spectacle and bleeder blinds, thousands of tapered tube plugs, of different material, packaged with metal certs in every box of 10, hydraulic and pneumatic torque wrenches that range from ½” nuts to 7-7/8”, specialty machines like our Eliptimcut, plate and pipe bevellers, jack hammers, and much much more. Our inventory has been created for and by our customers, and continues to grow.
With great tutelage, we have become a problem solving company. Our goal is to do everything in our power, to get you the tools and equipment you need as soon as possible.
Frequently asked questions
What are your office hours?
Our standard office hours are from 7am to 5pm, but we are available by phone 24/7, 365 days a year.
I need something ASAP, can you help?
Absolutely! Torco Supply is a manufacturer capable of customizing any product to your specifications. We machine almost 100% of our products and parts in-house, and our staff is available 24/7 for rush jobs.
What kind of turnaround times do you offer?
Torco Supply has millions of pounds of product in stock at all times, and the capabilities to produce significant quantities in a short time period.
If we have your parts in stock, they'll ship same day. If we need to manufacture custom parts or large quantities, it may take as little as a few hours to a few days, depending on the situation.
Can you customize your products to our needs?
Torco Supply prides ourselves on our ability to customize every piece of equipment we ship to our customers' exact specs.
Do you operate globally?
Yes, Torco Supply will rent or sell products to customers all over the world, on jobs large and small.
I'm not sure if I want to rent or buy, what are the pros and cons?
Renting provides lower initial costs (in most cases lower overall costs), reduced or no maintenance costs, prevents the need to store equipment you may use sparingly, and you can always count on a perfect piece of equipment for each turnaround.
Buying, while a larger up-front cost, allows you to save long-term on products and tools that you use frequently.