Meever & Meever

Combined Tubes

Utilizing a combined tube involves the assembly of various tubes with slight differences in diameter and/or wall thicknesses into a single tube. This approach allows for meeting varied strength (Wx) and stiffness (Ix) requirements along the length of the tube, resulting in substantial steel savings, particularly in areas where the Wx and Ix may be lower.

Combined tubes can be produced through different methods, including longitudinal, spiral, and seamless techniques. The longitudinally welded technique is the most commonly employed.

These pipes prove to be highly suitable for robust applications and are frequently employed in scenarios such as mooring posts, guideways, wind turbines, and support structures/foundations within the offshore industry.


In a world that is rapidly evolving with a strong emphasis on reducing CO2 emissions, Meever & Meever strives to stay ahead by offering smart steel solutions. Our tailor-made and in-house produced steel products are crafted with the specific needs and requirements of each project in mind, ensuring we provide the most suitable solutions for our customers. Coupled with our latest sustainable developments, we deliver steel products that require less material or utilize recycled steel, while still meeting the exact demands and specifications of our customers.

Optional Services

  • Non-destructive Testing (NDT)
    Ultrasonic testing
    Magnetic testing
    Radiographic examination (X-ray or gamma ray)
  • Destructive testing (DO)
    Tensile test
    Chemical Analysis 
    Impact test
  • Drilling head; design Meever, also possible with a large injection lance
  • Bell ends
  • Footplates
  • Various welding options (e.g. mooring post attributes)
  • Coating/galvanizing 
  • CE-marking

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