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Steel Fabrication

We are Sydney-based steel fabricators proudly servicing residential, industrial, commercial, retail sectors in Sydney and regional NSW. Whatever your steel fabrication requirements, we work closely with you and your structural engineers, architects and design team throughout the process to ensure you get the results you want.

Our aim is to deliver your project on time, on budget and at the quality you would expect from one of Sydney’s best structural steel fabricators. After the approval of drawings, plans are made for fabrication of the components, which is scheduled to fit your requirements. Work is then carried out in our highly equipped workshop.

High-equality metal fabrication is of paramount importance at Steel Fabrication Services, which is why our work is rigorously inspected before and after fabrication. A complete range of steel sections can be supplied, fabricated by our skilled metalworkers and welders to meet your specific requirements.

All sections can be cut to size and can be drilled, plated and delivered in a finish to meet your specific requirements. For high quality, cost effective steel fabrication in Sydney and regional New South Wales, contact our team. We will be happy to help.

For more information on steel fabrication, check out our article: What is steel fabrication?

Steel sections available include:

  • Universal Beams
  • Universal Columns, Parallel, Flange, Channels, Squares and Rectangular Hollow Sections
  • Circular Hollow Sections
  • Equal and Unequal Angles
  • Flat Bars
  • Cleats

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Steel Fabricators

In simple terms, as structural steel fabricators we use a variety of techniques to transform basic sections of manufactured steel into custom or predefined shapes that are ready to erect and install. Working from the highly detailed drawings from steel drafters and detailers, the fabricator’s job is essentially to bring those plans to life, which requires an extensive knowledge of the properties of steel and an extremely keen eye for detail. Not only do those materials need to be made with absolute precision so that they are ready to install, they also must arrive on site in the order that they are needed.

Steel fabrication services have come a long way over the years, thanks in large part to the evolution of high-tech computer software. For example, Computer Numerical Control (CNC) systems now monitor and control the movement of machines such as routers, welders and laser cutters, while 3D modelling has made it easy to visualise even the most complex components. The fabrication process itself involves a wide array of manipulation techniques, with the following being some of the most common.

Shot blasting

Steel sections are blasted with shot in order to prepare them for fabrication. The main purpose of shot blasting is to provide a clean finish that will be easy to weld as well as a rough surface that will accept paint.

Cutting

Steel sections are easier to work with when they are cut to length prior to fabrication and this can be done in a number of ways, such as by using circular saws, flame cutting or plasma cutting techniques.

Bending

Many modern structures incorporate beautifully curved steel elements that require the fabricator to utilise various rolling and bending techniques. For example, steel can be passed through a set of bending rolls numerous times until the right level of curve has been established, while press braking can be used for more straightforward bends involving lengths of steel up to 12 metres long.

Welding

Steel fabrication involves a whole lot of welding, for instance it is used to attach fixtures and fittings as well as to prepare connections for installation on site. Welding uses high heat to melt the parent material along with whatever is being attached to it, so that as the weld pool solidifies the two materials are fused together.

Coating

Coatings are applied to steel for both practical and aesthetic purposes and are most commonly applied towards the end of the fabrication process. High-tech coatings can protect the steel against corrosion as well as fire and they are also used to provide a custom look when requested by the architect.

Who needs steel fabrication services?

Any industry that deals with metal requires steel fabrication services. Apart from playing a vital role in both the residential and commercial construction industries, fabricators also work closely with shipbuilding, mining and auto manufacturing as well. The following are just some of the many items that are commonly fabricated.

• Universal beams
• Universal columns
• Bar joists
• Platforms
• Ladders
• Pipe racks
• Trusses
• Grating
• Skids

If you are in need of quality steel fabrication or a steel supplier contact Steel Fabrication Services today. Our team of experienced and knowledgeable professionals will ensure that whatever you need will be fabricated to the highest standards, according to your specifications, and delivered when you want and need it.

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