Steel Fabrication: An Overview
Whether you think about it or not, steel is everywhere. From signposts to cars, stainless steel pans and appliances to commercial shelving units in restaurant kitchens, a wide variety of items are made of steel. Comprised of a variety of materials, steel is an alloy.
There are several ways to fabricate steel. The integrated steel process involves heating and cooling materials and mixing them to create steel. The second process involves melting recycled steel in an electric arc furnace and mixing it with other materials, then allowing the mixture to cool before forming it into whatever project a customer desires. The second process is much quicker than the first.
Workers in metal fabrication shops often work with steel to create machinery, parts for machinery and even home furniture fixtures. Kitchen cutlery, nails and screws and even office supplies are made of steel, which is often formed for industrial and commercial companies in smaller fabrication shops.
BLV Engineering is one of those fabrication shops that works with steel. The company’s skilled tradespeople create custom steel products of the highest quality for industrial, commercial and residential customers.
Employees can design, fabricate and assemble custom steel projects and get it done in a relatively fast time frame. In 1982, BLV Engineering opened in the Sydney area as a family-owned and operated fabrication shop. No matter how complex, labourers at BLV Engineering can take the project from design to finished project, with a quick turnaround. The company offers fabrication, design and engineering services.
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I would like to thank you and your company for the work that you have done. The containers are above my expectations and the shelving looks absolutely fantastic, far better than I thought and the management is very impressed. Your team are a great bunch and a pleasure to work with and the great efforts they made to ensure it was all just 'right'. So thank you all again and if I get the opportunity to recommend you for any other work will most certainly. There is to be an official opening so will send you all an invitation.
Head Teacher Maritime Studies