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Watts Process Machinery Provides Robust Pipe Cutting Machines and Welding Equipment for Trade Schools Across the USA

US machine manufacturer has been providing equipment for trade schools for almost 50 years

SEATTLE - PUYALLUP WA - 24-7PressRelease - December 11, 2023 // -- Watts Process Machinery celebrates 47 years of manufacturing pipe cutting and welding equipment for trade and tech schools in the USA. The Watts W-60-20 Straight Pipe Cutter is very popular in trade schools and small shops. Watts also manufactures the W-60-20SM that makes straight cuts, miters, and 90 degree saddles on pipe up to 12".

"Our pipe cutting machines are robust and versatile," said Dave Collins, President of Watts Machinery. "We have been making these industry-leading machines for over 40 years. We also manufacture a weld tester machine, two welding positioner tools and a plasma torch holder. We have sold equipment to a few hundred trade schools, but numerous small fabrication shops have our equipment as well."

"We are a family-owned business," continued Collins. "My family works together every single day. When our customers need something, it gets done. Our company name has been respected for four decades and we work hard to keep it that way."

See the Watts Machinery Equipment:
All Machines
Trade School Pipe Coupon Cutter
Manual Machines
Welding and Grinding Tools

W-60-20 Straight Pipe Cutter

Pipe Beveler, Coupon Cutter

About Watts Process Machinery
Watts Process Machinery, Originally Watts Specialties, began in 1976. Don Watts, a pioneer of the pipe cutting equipment industry, created the W-60 pipe coupon cutter, cam-arm pipe saddle/miter cutter and various equipment for welding. In 2001, Don Watts sold the company to Dave Collins, who then developed the computerized pipe cutter along with manual pipe cutters. In 2017, Dave and his daughter, Katie Collins, started the new company called Watts Process Machinery. The Watts machines continue to be a premium addition to shops in the pipe cutting industry.

The Watts Machinery Team

Dave Collins



Katie Collins

Vice President