Welding & Fabrication
The core of our business. We have the knowledge and capacity to fabricate parts from 0.5mm thick up to 50mm thick from steel, stainless and aluminium.
- Structural Steel
- Sheet Metal Fabrication
- Sub-Contract Welding
- Industrial & Heavy Equipment Repair
- Cast Iron Welding
- Cast Aluminium Welding
- Magnesium Welding
We have invested in the latest welding and cutting technology from the likes of Lorch Schweisstechnik and Hypertherm to enable us to produce high quality work, time and time again.
Our latest investment in a Swift-Cut CNC Plasma Cutting table has enabled us to produce highly accurate parts in steel, stainless and aluminium up to 15mm thick.
Stick Welding (Manual Metal Arc)
The go to method for welding onsite and in all weathers. Highly portable and efficient in all positions.
High quality, reliable welds can be deposited with this method on most ferrous materials like steel, stainless steel and cast iron but also some nickel and copper alloys.
We hold codings/certification in multiple material classifications and positions.
For the highest quality and most precise weldments, TIG welding is the method of choice. Nearly all metals can be welded with this process.
We regularly weld steel, stainless steel, aluminium, nickel alloy and magnesium parts with the TIG process.
The workhorse of workshop fabrication, reliable quality and lowest cost compared to other welding methods. Commonly used for welding all manner of mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium parts.
We are coded in a variety of materials and positions, mainly for structural steel.
Flux Cored Arc Welding
Highly productive, and capable of achieving excellent mechanical properties, tubular wire welding can be carried out without gas, which is often used in place of stick welding on-site due to the increased productivity and operator appeal.
We have experience with all three forms, self-shielded flux core, gas-shielded flux core and metal-cored wires.