THERSER UK's Engineering - Fabrication - Assembly Facility - Our Capabilities

Posted by Therser UK on 12-Jan-2024 09:40:38

If you have an engineering requirement, Therser UK offers a comprehensive engineering solution. From your design to fabrication, from welding to machining, from material processing to assembling, we cater to various sectors. We are committed to delivering the quality you need, precisely when you need it.

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KEY FEATURES AT THERSER UK’S ENGINEERING FABRICATION AND ASSEMBLY FACILITY:

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3M 110TONNE PRESS BRAKE
300MM HORIZONTAL BANDSAW
WELDERS CODED TO IS0 9606-1
CSWIP QUALIFIED VISUAL WELDING INSPECTORS
CERTIFIED TEAM OF WELDERS AND FABRICATORS
PCN L2 MPI INSPECTION
10 TONNE CRANE FRONT
10 TONNE CRANE BACK
20T MAX LIFT

 

CRANES AND INTERNAL DIMESIONS


10T CRANE HOOK CLEARANCE: 4.8 M 
10T CRANE BEAM CLEARANCE: 5.95M 
10T CRANE HOOK CLEARANCE: 5.2M 
10T CRANE BEAM CLEARANCE: 5.8M 
RIDGE HEIGHT: 9.4M 
EAVES HEIGHT: 7.4M 
RIDGE HEIGHT: 9.4M 
WIDTH BETWEEN CRANES TRACKS: 18.2M

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SITE SQUARE FOOTAGE

 
WORKSHOP FLOOR SPACE 20,416 SQ FT - 1,896.69 M 
OFFICES, STORES AND W.C.’S 1,292 SQ FT - 120.04 SQ M
STORAGE ABOVE 525 SQ FT- 48.77 SQ M
TOTAL INSIDE SPACE 22,233 SQ.FT. 2,065 SQ.M 
GOODS-IN ROLLER SHUTTER W X 4.3 m H 
FRONT ROLLER SHUTTER: 4.3 m W X 5.1 m H
OUTSIDE TOTAL SPACE 4519 SQ M 48,643 SQ FT
OUTSIDE YARD WIDTH 21.5 TO 46.5 METRES
OUTSIDE YARD LENGTH 91 METRES

Our Turnkey Process in a Snapshot

Step 1: Project Planning and Design
Understand project requirements: Begin by comprehending the project specifications, including dimensions, load-bearing capacity, and intended use of the fabricated structure.
Design and engineering: Collaborate with design and engineering teams to develop detailed drawings and models, ensuring the structural integrity and feasibility of the fabrication project.

Step 2: Material Preparation
Material procurement: Source the required materials, ensuring they meet the specified standards and quality requirements.

Step 3: Forming and Shaping
Plate bending and rolling: Utilize plate bending machines or rolling mills to bend or curve metal plates into the desired shapes and contours. Section bending: Employ specialized machines to bend or form structural sections, such as beams or channels, to the required profiles.

Step 4: Welding and Assembly
Welding techniques: Employ appropriate welding methods, such as MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding, TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding, or submerged arc welding, to join the fabricated components. Welding procedures: Follow established welding procedures and adhere to relevant welding codes and standards for quality assurance. Assembly: Fit and align the fabricated components accurately, ensuring proper positioning and dimensional accuracy.

Step 5: Surface Treatment and Finishing
Surface cleaning: Remove any contaminants, rust, or mill scale from the fabricated structure through processes like abrasive blasting or chemical cleaning. Surface preparation: Achieve the desired surface finish by grinding, sanding, or polishing the fabricated components.

Step 6: Quality Inspection and Testing Non-destructive testing (NDT): Conduct various NDT techniques, including ultrasonic testing, radiographic testing, or magnetic particle inspection, to detect any defects or discontinuities. These tests can identify flaws that are not visible to the naked eye and ensure the structural integrity of the fabricated components.

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Step 7: Transport, Installation, and Site Integration
Packaging and logistics: Safely package and transport the fabricated structure to the installation site, considering factors like size, weight, and transportation regulations. Integration and testing: Conduct site integration and functional testing to ensure the fabricated structure performs as intended and meets the project requirements.

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For all enquires

email - sales@therseruk.com

Tel - 01782 824453

https://www.therseruk.com/contact-us

 

 

Topics: Welding, fabrication