The Company’s welding capability incorporates automated weld cladding stations incorporating the latest Twin Arc, Rotary Head, GTAW System which eliminates the need for precise setting-up of components on welding turntables when completing weld overlays with requisite Parent Metal, Stainless Steel or Inconel consumables. This particular welding process is augmented by an extensive range of conventional SMAW, SAW, FCAW, and GTAW resources supported by a comprehensive library of Weld Procedure Specifications, duly endorsed by both Clients and Certifying Authorities, for a varied cross-section of materials, weld consumables and weld profile configurations. The availability of such Welding Procedures is instrumental in supporting the compliant reclamation of worn or damaged capital equipment, in the provision of protective overlays for components, or in the fabrication of structures for both on and offshore products.
In addition, a full complement of rotary tables, manipulators, roller sets and internal and external Submerged Arc welding booms ensure that the overwhelming majority of welding processes can be accomplished both expediently and efficiently. Post weld heat treatment, where appropriate, is conducted within the gas-fired, fully automated, 36 cubic metre furnace located within the Aberdeen workshops.