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Fabrication and Erection

Fabrication is the act of taking raw stock material and turning it into a part for use in an assembly process. There are many different types of fabrication processes. The most common are:

1. Cutting. There are many ways to cut nowadays. The old standby is the saw. Others now include plasma torches, water jets, and lasers.

2. Folding. Some parts need to be bent. The most common method is a press brake (or brake press).

3. Machining. This is the process of removing metal from a piece of material.

4. Punching. Punching is the act of a punch and a die forming a ‘scissor’ effect on a piece of metal to make a hole in it.

5. Shearing. Shearing is the process of making a long cut on a piece of metal.

6. Stamping. Stamping is very similar to punching, except the material is not cut.

7. Welding. Welding is the act of joining two pieces of metal together.

Manufacturing of equipment and delivery to site accounts for 70% of the project costs, but the real skills of an organization are put to test during erection and commissioning of the equipment. Erection and commissioning is a systematic and sequential process, the performance of which requires a great deal of expertise and experience. Following this philosophy since our inception we have earned a successful track record in this field. Our erection works business includes erection, testing and commissioning of boilers, turbines and generators and balance of plant (BOP) works for the power sector (thermal: coal & gas; renewable: solar & biomass).