Before crusher components can be machined back to the exact tolerances demanded, our certified welders ensure that the metal we add unites with the original part to become a single, solid unit. The skills required to execute this include a strong ability to accurately read and interpret complex engineering drawings and blueprints, as well as extensive knowledge and experience with the various specialized welding techniques we utilize, including submerged arc welding, flux core arc welding, shielded metal arc welding, TIG/MIG welding, oxy-fuel welding, in addition to superior skills in both manual and automated welding practices. We also require excellent spoken and written communication skills to ensure a continuous feedback loop that supports our quality-driven mission. Our welders are certified to comply with American Welding Society D1.1 specifications, which cover structural steel welding as approved by American National Standards Institute.
Christopher Joyce Vulcan Materials of Winston-Salem, NCOur Metso HP 800 Mainframe had a loose shaft and we re-fit the shaft back to OEM specs with a 2-week-turnaround to get a 3.5-million-ton-plant back up and running.