Quick, Precise and Cost-Effective Welding Services
Welding is an important part of sheet metal fabrication. Our expert welders offer you welding services for different types of materials such as carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
Again, precision and cost efficiency is the promise we give to all customers that choose our welding services.
As a complement to our metal welding services, we offer fine grinding, smooth sanding, and polishing. Our goal is to provide you with a complete metal manufacturing and engineering solution.
We provide our high quality services in most significant cities in Canada, notably cities in British Columbia: Langley, Surrey, Abbotsford, Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Delta, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, Port Coquitlam, Chilliwack, Mission, and White Rock
Deluxe Sheet Metal Fabrication is equipped with the latest tools and technologies to meet customer needs. A proper welding quality system is the basis for providing standard welding products or services. Using AWS standards, Deluxe Sheet Metal Fabrication welders and inspectors ensure that daily manufacturing processes are more consistent and recognizable. The system also allows you to write new welding procedures as needed to meet the needs of specific customers.
Gas arc welding
Metal inert gas, also known as MIG welding, is a semi-automatic or automated process that uses continuous feed as the electrode wire and passive or semi-passive gas to protect the weld from contamination. Using a mixture, because the electrode is fixed, the welding speed of GMAW is higher than that of SMAW. Gas arc welding is particularly suitable for production welding. This process can be used for various ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
Arc welding flux wire
For gas arc welding, similar equipment is used, but a wire with a steel electrode around the powder filler is used. This wire is more expensive than standard annealed wires and generates slag, but allows faster welding and greater metal penetration.
Tungsten arc welding
Tungsten inert gas shielded welding is a manual welding process that uses tungsten electrodes, inert or semi-inert gas mixtures and separate fillers. This method is particularly useful when welding thinner materials, showing a consistent arc and high-quality welding, but requires high operating skills and can be performed at a relatively low speed. Tungsten gas shielded welding can be used for almost any weldable metal, but it is most commonly used for stainless steel and light metals.
The resistance welding method is used to connect overlapping plates up to 3 mm thick. At the same time, two electrodes are used to connect the plates to each other and conduct current through the plates. The advantages of this program include efficient use of energy, limited deformation of the shape of the part, and no basic load. The welding strength is much lower than other welding methods, so this process is only suitable for specific applications of ferrous metals.