ALTAL Welding Workshop has an extensive capacity – using gas, metal arc, and programmable TIG welding equipment – for joining dissimilar metals, unusual configurations, or products unsuited for highly automated brazing applications due to size or complexity.
With ALTAL’s vast array of CNC bending machines, there isn’t a job we can’t handle. We have the CNC machinery and equipment to get any job done on time and on budget. When it comes to pipe and tube bending, sheet bending, plasma cutting, laser cutting and fabrication services, things are rarely straightforward. Sometimes, you need guidance about what's possible. Other times, you have detailed specifications that must be met. Or maybe your existing plan needs to be optimized for greater efficiency. ALTAL is the partner you need for any job, no matter the size or scope. We have worked diligently and invested heavily to expand our capacity, technology and machinery to enable us to provide solutions you simply can’t find anywhere else.
Our team of highly skilled fabrication engineers are able to undertake the development of very complex fabrications. We offer a range of solutions across multiple sectors and our team of specialist welding fabrications experts are able to offer solutions to the most complex multi-part assemblies using a range of approaches. Welding fabrications employ a variety of methods. Components can be fully welded using either MIG (metal inert gas), TIG (tungsten inert gas) or Spot welding processes depending on the finish required and materials being used. TIG welding is often used for thinner gauge materials and is a versatile method used for a variety of materials to achieve a fine and delicate welding finish when required; heat is created from an electric arc between a tungsten electrode and the component part. On the other hand, MIG welding, a process using a spool of welding wire, continuously sped, that melts as it burns, fusing the base and parent metals together, is an ideal method to weld aluminium, stainless and mild steel. MIG welding allows us to weld a wide range of materials of varying thickness from thin gauge sheet right through to heavy plate.