Our steel fabrication process typically involves the following steps:
Design and Engineering: The first step involves designing the steel components to meet the specific requirements of the construction project. This involves determining the dimensions, shape, and structural requirements of the components, as well as selecting the appropriate steel material.
Cutting and Shaping: Once the design is finalized, the steel components are cut and shaped using various tools, such as saws, shears, and plasma cutters. This step is critical in ensuring that the components are of the correct size and shape.
Welding and Assembly: After the steel components are cut and shaped, they are welded and assembled into larger structural elements, such as beams, columns, and trusses. This involves welding the components together using various welding techniques, such as arc welding, MIG welding, or TIG welding.
Surface Treatment: Once the structural elements are assembled, they are subjected to various surface treatments to enhance their durability and resistance to corrosion. This may include painting, galvanizing, or powder coating.