Alloy Engineering is committed to meeting our customers’ needs by staying at the forefront of manufacturing innovations and having state-of-the-art equipment in both of our facilities.
To that end, we’re excited to offer customers our new in-house cladding and machining capabilities. Alloy Engineering has invested in a horizontal boring mill and three vertical turning lathes. We can turn diameters up to 110’’ and mill materials that fall within a 14x20ft. work package.
By bringing these machining capabilities in-house instead of relying on a third party, we can offer our customers complete control over quality and unusually quick turnaround that shaves days off a project for our customers.
In-House Equipment Overview
Vertical Turning Lathe
Capacity up to:
Horizontal Boring Mill
Advantages of Strip Cladding
When compared to explosion bonded vessels, strip cladding is a highly effective way to provide clad materials to the industry faster. Minimized dilution means much less weld buildup to meet finished chemistry. Our process offers flexibility in the event of a patch repair that an end user may need to address.
ASME Certified Facility with S, U and R Stamps
Alloy Engineering is a certified ASME Code Section I and Section VIII, Division I fabrication shop. Our welders are Certified AWS D1.1 and ASME Section IX. Our staff includes two certified AWS-CWI inspectors, one AWS-SCWI inspector and two AWS-CWS supervisors. Several members of our Quality Assurance department are also certified in carious NDE (nondestructive examination) per ASNT SNT TC-1a. With these certifications, Alloy Engineering can develop any necessary or required weld procedures, depending on the application, to produce the highest quality welded, fabricated product.
To learn more about cladding and machining at Alloy Engineering, simply fill out the form on this page and a member of our team will be in touch with you. Or, you may call us at 440.243.6800.Request a Quote
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