Metal Fabrication

Fabricating large weldments can be a complex and unforgiving task. A slight error in the producing process, will be costly for client to fix it and result in delays. The major mistakes will scrap the components and cause more serious loss.The weldments that go into large pieces of equipment often weigh several tons or even dozens of tons, for example the Machine base. Some parts or components are even larger, but no matter how large and how complex they are, we can deliver.


Fabricating large weldment is one of our core strengths. Our heavy plate fabrication experience spans more than two decades, with quality and timeliness as two of our foremost priorities, we are ISO compliant and have an outstanding record for on-time completion.


We use a wide range of specialized industrial equipment,combined with our skilled craftsmen to create our custom metal fabrication projects. Our welding specialists are trained and certified in-house in a variety of processes and standards to ensure the highest weld quality. Each specialist is certified to both industry and customer standards and the process capabilities qualified for your toughest inspection requirements.


Our equipment and facility is top notch.Our crane capacity is up to 50 ton. with our CNC plasma cutter, allows us to cut and form virtually any structural fabrication. With the equipment to cut, form and weld heavy plate, our team of skilled metal workers have the knowledge and experience to confidently take on large projects. 

We can process a wide range of materials for thickness maximum 10.0 inch, including but not limited to the following:

STAINLESS STEELS

15-5, 17-4, 301, 302, 303, 304, 316, 317, 321, 347, 409, 410, 416, 440

CARBON STEELS:

 A36, A572, A588, 1008, 1018, 1045, 1075, 1095, 4130, 4140, 4340

RED METALS:

Brass, Bronze, Copper, Sliver Copper

ALUMINUM:

2024, 3003, 5052, 6061, 7070, 7075

STEEL ALLOYS:

Hastelloy, Haynes 282, Inconel, Monel, Nickel-Chromium

Submerged ARC welding

Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) is the preferred welding method for joining plate metal because it creates such strong welds.

Flux is poured directly into the weld pool where it becomes molten and conductive and acts as its own shield protecting the weld site from contamination. Excess flux gets recycled back into the hopper where it can be reused.

SAW is usually a fully automatic process, but it can also be semi-automatic so it must rely on machinery and parameter settings to manage bead shape, depth of penetration, and chemical composition of the weld metal.

SAW can be extremely effective in certain situations.

Extremely high deposition rates

Low skill required

Easily automated

High quality, sound, uniform welds

Deep weld penetration

Little to no fumes, arc light, spatter, or sparks are emitted

Suitable for indoor or outdoor applications

Single pass welds are possible

Little to no edge preparation is required

Flux is recoverable, recycled and reused


MIG (GMAW) welding with shielding gas and a solid wire electrode produces a clean, slag-free weld without the need to continually stop welding from replacing the electrode, as in Stick welding. 

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is the most common of the reactive gases used in MIG welding and the only one that can be used in its pure form without the addition of inert gas. Pure CO2 provides very deep weld penetration, which is useful for welding thick material.

Increased productivity and reduced clean up are just two of the benefits possible with this process.

The primary purpose of shielding gas is to prevent exposure of the molten weld pool to oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen contained in the air atmosphere. The reaction of these elements with the weld pool can create a variety of problems, including porosity (holes within the weld bead) and excessive spatter.


Almost no job is too large or too small for us.

We will be your good choice if you require high quality welding service!

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Custom Welding & Fabrication

Fabricating large weldments can be a complex and unforgiving task. A slight error in the producing process, will be costly for client to fix it and result in delays. The major mistakes will scrap the components and cause more serious loss.The weldments that go into large pieces of equipment often weigh several tons or even dozens of tons, for example the Machine base. Some parts or components are even larger, but no matter how large and how complex they are, we can deliver.


Fabricating large weldment is one of our core strengths. Our heavy plate fabrication experience spans more than two decades, with quality and timeliness as two of our foremost priorities, we are ISO compliant and have an outstanding record for on-time completion.


We use a wide range of specialized industrial equipment,combined with our skilled craftsmen to create our custom metal fabrication projects. Our welding specialists are trained and certified in-house in a variety of processes and standards to ensure the highest weld quality. Each specialist is certified to both industry and customer standards and the process capabilities qualified for your toughest inspection requirements.


Our equipment and facility is top notch.Our crane capacity is up to 50 ton. with our CNC plasma cutter, allows us to cut and form virtually any structural fabrication. With the equipment to cut, form and weld heavy plate, our team of skilled metal workers have the knowledge and experience to confidently take on large projects. 

We can process a wide range of materials for thickness maximum 10.0 inch, including but not limited to the following:

STAINLESS STEELS: 

15-5, 17-4, 301, 302, 303, 304, 316, 317, 321, 347, 409, 410, 416, 440

CARBON STEELS:

 A36, A572, A588, 1008, 1018, 1045, 1075, 1095, 4130, 4140, 4340

RED METALS:

Brass, Bronze, Copper, Sliver Copper

ALUMINUM:

2024, 3003, 5052, 6061, 7070, 7075

STEEL ALLOYS:

Hastelloy, Haynes 282, Inconel, Monel, Nickel-Chromium


Submerged arc welding

Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) is the preferred welding method for joining plate metal because it creates such strong welds.

Flux is poured directly into the weld pool where it becomes molten and conductive and acts as its own shield protecting the weld site from contamination. Excess flux gets recycled back into the hopper where it can be reused.

SAW is usually a fully automatic process, but it can also be semi-automatic so it must rely on machinery and parameter settings to manage bead shape, depth of penetration, and chemical composition of the weld metal.

SAW can be extremely effective in certain situations.

Extremely high deposition rates

Low skill required

Easily automated

High quality, sound, uniform welds

Deep weld penetration

Little to no fumes, arc light, spatter, or sparks are emitted

Suitable for indoor or outdoor applications

Single pass welds are possible

Little to no edge preparation is required

Flux is recoverable, recycled and reused


MIG (GMAW) welding with shielding gas and a solid wire electrode produces a clean, slag-free weld without the need to continually stop welding from replacing the electrode, as in Stick welding. 

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is the most common of the reactive gases used in MIG welding and the only one that can be used in its pure form without the addition of inert gas. Pure CO2 provides very deep weld penetration, which is useful for welding thick material.

Increased productivity and reduced clean up are just two of the benefits possible with this process.

The primary purpose of shielding gas is to prevent exposure of the molten weld pool to oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen contained in the air atmosphere. The reaction of these elements with the weld pool can create a variety of problems, including porosity (holes within the weld bead) and excessive spatter.


Almost no job is too large or too small for us.

We will be your good choice if you require high quality welding service!

   
 
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