Manufacturing mid to large-scale parts and compenents from steel plate requires both facilities designed specifically to produce those parts and a team of highly skilled craftsman. Our combination of burn tables, precision fit-up structures, nearly 65 certified welders and robotic welding capabilities allows us to produce large metal fabricated components that hold tolerances to .001 of and inch. Our process is ISO-9001:2008 certified and has AWS, ASME and TPG certifed welders to ensure the highest quality standards.
Heavy Fabricated Weldments
Weldments of 2,000 to over 130,000 lbs. These types of welded fabrications include compressor housings, compressor bases, console bases, gas and steam turbine bases, skid bases and other AWS certified weldments used throughout the power generation industry and transportation industries.
Light Fabricated Weldments
Weldments from 1 to 4,000 lbs. Typically welded component and parts that fall in this range are used in the military and transportation industries and are manufactured in high quantities. Samples include electrical enclosures, cabinets, racks, storage tanks, storage systems and other specified AWS certified weldments.
ASME Certified Pressure Vessels
Custom manufactures unfired pressure vessels that are ASME Section VIII, ASME "U" Stamp certified. We specialize in stainless steel and carbon steel pipe spools and piping in accordance with D1.1 standards.
The following are various types and welding disciplines required:
GMAW - Gas Metal Arc Welding, also known as MIG - Metal Inert Gas welding
A wire-feed, torch-welding process by which a consumable wire, acting as both filler and electrode, is mechanically fed into the weld zone with a shielding gas
SMAW - Stick Welding
Flux coating on the outside of the consumable electrode vaporizes producing a protective gas that shields the weld zone
FCAW - Flux Cored Arc Welding
Uses a wire consisting of a tube surrounding a powder material, flux
SAW - Submerged Arc Welding, also known as “Sub Arc”
An automatic process where the arc is struck below a layer of flux
GTAW - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, also known as “TIG” Tungsten Inert Gas welding
Is a torch-welding process by which a non-consumable tungsten electrode, making the arc, a hand-held filler rod, and either a helium or argon shielding gas are used to fuse the work pieces