Peter McIlroy starts Enameled Metals Company to make conduit in the small mill town of Etna, PA.
Peter McIlroy and Jim Lamond, started a company in Allison Park, PA and made their first conduit couplings. Pittsburgh Pipe and Coupling Co. (later renamed Anvil Products) was led over the years by Jim McIlroy and later by Bill McIlroy. The couplings were then sent back to Etna for painting and application to the pipe.
The company takes a new direction and galvanizes their pipe. The very first shipment was made by horse and buggy to McCullough Electric Supply in Pittsburgh, PA.
The Great St. Patrick’s Day flood reached depths of 46 feet completely covering the facility.
The company changes their name to Pittsburgh Standard Conduit Company to better identify the company with the trade name of its primary product, Pittsburgh Standard rigid steel conduit.
Bob McIlroy becomes President of Enameled Metals Company.
Construction on a 2nd conduit manufacturing facility begins in Morrisville, PA.
The Etna, PA plant relocates to Verona, PA. This location serves as the current company headquarters.
Pittsburgh Standard Conduit goes public.
What started as Houston Plastics and Bonding Company produces the first PVC Coated Conduit, Plasti-Bond.
A new location is opened in Gilmer, TX.
Pittsburgh Standard Conduit Changes their name to Robroy Industries.
ECN/Korns is started in Avinger, TX specializing in elbows, couplings, nipples, and Korns clamps.
Stahlin Brothers is acquired and becomes Stahlin Enclosures, manufacturing Non-Metallic Enclosures.
Peter McIlroy become President of Robroy Industries.
Corrosion College course is launched.
Perma-Cote is acquired.
Robroy Industries is once again a private business.
KorKap is acquired.
Rob McIlroy named CEO of Robroy Industries.
Robroy Enclosures Division acquires AttaBox.
Jeff McIlroy becomes Chairman of the Board of Robroy Industries.
Divesture of the oil and gas division, Duoline. Robroy set to focus growth around the electrical products division including both Robroy Raceway Division and Robroy Enclosures Division.
Acquisition of Rocket Rack
Addition of Robroy Stainless
Robroy Industries expands portfolio, partners with Ideal Integrations, a cyber security company.