PROCESSProcessWe work according to EN 1090-2 and offer metal fabrication with ISO 3834-2 compliant welding operation, ISO certified Quality, Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Management Systems, and Zero Waste Prevention
To guarantee precision and accuracy in metal fabrication, we work with highly trained and experienced workers, certify our welders, use CNC machines for metal cutting and forming, periodically renew our welding machines and employ dedicated quality control team to inspect and verify the dimension, test weld penetration, surface preparation and paint finishing
We employ In-house Welding Engineer and Certified Welders, operate with Welding Procedure Specifications (WPS), use Certified Raw Material & Filler Material and offer Full Material Traceability to ensure utilization of correct and standardized welding parameters.
All phases of metal fabrication works are carried on according to EN 1090 for steel structures and equipment, and according to EN 13084-7 for cylindrical steel fabrications for use in single wall steel chimneys and steel liners
Our Quality Engineers are certified for nondestructive testing (NDT) process for detecting surface and shallow subsurface discontinuities through dye penetrant inspection and magnetic-particle inspection. We also regularly work with 3rd parties for radiographic and ultrasonic tests.
We work according to EN 1090-2 and offer metal fabrication with ISO 3834-2 compliant welding operation, ISO certified Quality, Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Management Systems, and Zero Waste Prevention.
Occupational Health and Safety
EN 1090 is a European standard that applies to the fabrication and installation of structural steel and aluminum components. The standard outlines a series of requirements and procedures that must be followed in order to ensure that structural metal components are safe, fit for purpose, and comply with the relevant regulations and guidelines.
To work according to EN 1090, we have a quality management system in place that is compliant with the standard’s requirements. This system is regularly audited by a notified body to ensure that it is being implemented correctly and effectively. The standard also requires that workshops have a system for traceability, so that materials, welding procedures and personnel qualifications can be tracked and reported.
In addition to the quality management system and traceability requirements, EN 1090 also sets out specific requirements for the personnel working in the workshop. These include training and qualification requirements for welders and other key personnel, as well as procedures for managing changes to the design and fabrication process.
Overall, compliance with EN 1090 is an important requirement for metal fabricators and workshops, as it helps to ensure that the structural metal components they produce are safe, fit for purpose, and compliant with the relevant regulations and guidelines. This standard not only helps companies to meet the legal requirements but also provide an assurance to the customer of the quality and reliability of their products.
EN 3834 is a European standard for quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials. It specifies the quality requirements for the preparation, welding, and inspection of welds, and it applies to the welding of metallic materials using fusion welding processes. EN 3834 is divided into three parts, each of which addresses specific aspects of welding quality. Part 1 covers the general quality requirements for welding, including the preparation of welding procedures and the qualification of welders. Part 2 covers the specific quality requirements for the welding of structural steels and Part 3 for the welding of non-structural steels. EN 3834 is widely used in the metal fabrication industry, particularly for projects that require compliance with European Union regulations. It is also recognized internationally, which makes it useful for companies that work on international projects.
Our welding process is coordinated by welding engineers who play a critical role in metal fabrication as they are responsible for ensuring that the welding process is done correctly and safely. They are experts in welding techniques and procedures and are responsible for designing and implementing welding procedures for the fabrication process. This includes selecting the appropriate welding process, materials, and equipment, as well as determining the welding parameters such as welding sequence, heat input, and cooling rate. Welding engineers oversee the welding operations and ensure that all welding activities are done in accordance with industry standards and regulations. They are also responsible for conducting quality control inspections on the welds, troubleshooting of any welding issues and providing solutions.