We have in-house expertise and facilities to undertake processing activities for flat and long steel products of various types of steel materials as follows:
Stainless steel; and
We have various specialised machines to undertake processing including cutting, levelling, shearing, profiling, bending and finishing as well as production of expanded metal.
Laser cutting is a technology that uses a laser to slice materials. It is typically used for industrial manufacturing applications. Laser cutting works by directing the output of a high-power laser through mirrors or fiber to the machine cutting head. The focused laser beam is directed at the material, which then either melts, burns vaporize away, or is blown away by a jet of gas, leaving an edge with a high-quality surface finish.View More
The oxyfuel process is the most widely applied industrial thermal cutting process because it can cut through material with a wide range of thicknesses. The cutting process is a mixture of oxygen and the fuel gas is used to preheat the metal to its 'ignition' temperature which, for steel, is 700°C - 900°C (bright red heat) but well below its melting point.View More
Drilling is a machining process that employs drill bits to produce cylindrical holes in the workpiece. In CNC drilling, typically the CNC machine feeds the rotating drill bit perpendicularly to the plane of the workpiece’s surface, which produces vertically-aligned holes with diameters equal to the diameter of the drill bit employed for the drilling operation.View More
Plasma cutting is a process that cuts through electrically conductive materials such as carbon steel and stainless steel by an accelerated jet of hot plasma. This is accomplished by a compressed gas which is blown through a focused nozzle at high speed toward the workpiece.View More
Waterjet cutting machines use a high-pressure stream of water, which is then converted to velocity via a jewel orifice, which then creates a stream as fine as human hair. When using abrasive cutting techniques, garnet, the abrasive material is introduced into the stream to increase pressure, resulting in a cutting velocity that is much faster.View More
Cut to length lines are used for processing coiled material into the required length of steel sheets for distribution or further processing. The process involved uncoiling, levelling/flattening, cutting, counting, and stacking.View More
Slitting is a shearing operation that cuts a large roll of steel material (coil) into narrower rolls. The larger roll will be unwound and run through the machine, passing through a series of blades into the desired width, before being rewound on to form narrower rolls.View More
A bandsaw (also written band saw) is a power saw with a long, sharp blade consisting of a continuous band of toothed metal stretched between two or more wheels to cut material. There are two types of bandsaw available – horizontal bandsaw and vertical bandsaw.View More
It is a forming process used to bend sheet metal by lowering a punch onto a flat sheet metal that has been positioned on top of a die to form the desired shape. The metal may be bent several times by a press brake until the desired form has been achieved.View More
Shearing is one of the traditional sheet metal cutting methods. The sheet is placed between the upper and lower blades, and the blades are then forced together against the sheet to cut the steel.View More
Metal polishing is a finishing method that uses an abrasive material to smoothen surfaces. When
polished, the surfaces of metallic objects are freed of defects and become more reflective and
shinier, enhancing their appearance.
Metal polishing can be complemented by buffing, a less harsh method that results in a brighter finish.