About Us

Tryer Process Equipment (TPE) provides engineering, detailed design and fabrication services and solutions to the oil, natural gas and gas separation industries.

Key Personnel

The key personnel of the organization consist of:

  • Five Graduate Engineers with an average working experience of 25 years
  • A Production Manager with 35 years of experience
  • Three Mechanical Designers with an average working experience of 20 years
  • An Administrative Manager with 15 years of experience

Fabrication Shop Features

  • Approximately 110 acres of land of which 5 acres is paved with concrete.
  • The shop is a metal building 100’W X 400’L.  It has 40,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing area under roof.  The center bay of the shop is 60’W X 400’L and is served by two 25 ton and one 15 ton electric bridge cranes.  The two side bays, are each 20’W X 400’L.  Each side bay is served by two 5 ton electric bridge cranes.  Lighting for the manufacturing area is provided by forty-five 1,000 watt high bay metal halide fixtures.  The shop has heavy, 480 volt, 3 phase electrical service, and a compressed air system that will deliver 350 cfm at 110 psig.
  • Offices with 6,000 sq. ft. and a warehouse with 4,000 sq. ft.  Both offices and warehouse are attached to the main manufacturing building.  Also, a 600 sq. ft. tool room is attached to the main building.
  • The total area under roof is approximately 50,000 sq. ft. including the manufacturing, office and warehouse areas.
  • 30,000 gallon hydro-test water storage.
  • The fabrication facility is located at 3737 Old Iowa Park Road, Wichita Falls, TX 76306.

Engineering Office Features

  • The engineering, design, and procurement offices are located at 1730 City View Drive, Wichita Falls, TX 76306.
  • The 6,000 square feet of offices can support a staff of twenty people.
  • Adjacent to the office is a 15,000 square foot shop reserved for future expansion.

About Wichita Falls, Texas

  • Tryer Process Equipment, LTD is located on the west side of the City of Wichita Falls, Texas.
  • The city is an agricultural and manufacturing city with a metropolitan population of about 150,000.
  • Its location is 120 miles northwest of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Airport, 120 miles south of Oklahoma City, 200 miles southeast of Tulsa,  and 375 miles northwest of Houston.
  • The roads to all of these cities are excellent for travel and heavy trucking.
  • American Airlines has three flights daily from Wichita Falls to the DFW airport.
  • The BNSF Railroad serves Wichita Falls.
  • The Wichita River winds through the city.  City parks and a waterfall are on and near the river.