HSLA History in Water Wells.

Insights / 24 May 2024 by Rosoe Moss
Credit : Roscoe Moss Company


Field Stories and the tools that fueled them:

Meeting American Iron and Steel (AIS) requirements is significant because it ensures that projects involving the construction, alteration, maintenance, or repair of public water systems use iron and steel products produced in the United States. This supports domestic industries and ensures compliance with specific standards for quality and safety, as highlighted in the context of water well applications by Roscoe Moss Company.

Meeting NSF61 requirements is crucial because it ensures that materials used in drinking water systems do not release harmful chemicals, safeguarding public health. This standard is a benchmark for safe drinking water components.

ASTM A606 Type-4 High Strength Low Alloy (HSLA) Steel has been used in water well applications for nearly 100 years. To understand the history, applications, and composition of HSLA, please read the attached brochure.

HSLA History in Water Wells.

We Make Water Work Worldwide! Water Well Casing, Screen, and Pump Column- NSF Approved.

Roscoe Moss Company has designed and manufactured water well casing and screen since 1924. Producing hydraulically efficient, long lasting, and cost-effective products remains our core business. The privately-held company continues to manufacture high quality products for our customers in the water industry throughout the world.

Their roots as a water well drilling contractor have provided them the experience to understand the ever changing issues that drillers face from site to site. Throughout their rich history, Roscoe Moss Company has remained dedicated to serving their drilling customers along with consultants and well owners.

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