products Industrial Fabrication

Industrial Fabrication

Industry and manufacturing are cornerstones of our society. They allow us to enjoy a high quality of living and they also hold the promise of even greater advances in the future. However, the industrial and manufacturing sectors could not exist without the equipment, structures, and resources created by industrial fabrication, and in turn industrial fabrication as we know it could not exist without welding. Let’s take a look at how welding serves industrial fabrication as well as the different types of welding services.

How Welding In General Serves Industrial Fabrication

Welding is the process of securely joining two materials together using the process of coalescence and often also a filler material. Welding releases heat and energy which in turn liquefies the materials at the intended joint. When the materials re-solidify a secure joint is formed. Typically the materials joined consist of metals or thermoplastics.

Welding allows advanced fabrication to be undertaken by securely affixing these materials and thus facilitating the creation of a more developed piece of equipment or structure which can then be used accordingly for its intended purpose. In order to accomplish this important role welding must be versatile enough to work with a wide variety of different metals and thermoplastics in a range of varied, often difficult conditions.


Tank skid base assemblies used for mounting vessels and process piping. Carbon steel and stainless steel.

Support structure for the University of Washington football score board. Awaiting signage and face panels.