Structural Steel Welding Services

Offering a full structural steel fabrication process, Bromsgrove Steel Ltd undertakes in-house coded welding and structural steel welding services to BSL weld procedures, as overseen by our experienced welding coordinator.

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    Our joining capabilities ensure we can assemble precision sections to form complete or partially constructed structures.

    We can complete structural steel welding services as part of our site services to assist the construction process of residential, domestic, commercial, and industrial buildings and facilities.

    A welded joint has excellent strength, providing a permanent joint which is completely rigid. For these reasons, welding provides a suitable joining method for many connections within a steel structure. Bromsgrove Steel offers welding services for the range of structural steel products we create, ensuring our clients receive a safe and durable, stable structure.

    After a site survey to determine the requirements of each project, Bromsgrove Steel can then provide an exhaustive fabrication process, undertaken in consideration of project specifications. Our engineers work in conjunction with architects and structural engineers, providing connection design and design advice to resolve any potential construction or manufacturing difficulties.

    What are the types of structural steel welding processes?

    When it comes to our structural steel welding services, Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding and Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding are the most common forms of welding within the fabrication of structural steel.

    MIG welding is an arc welding process which uses a wire electrode, to generate an electric arc between the electrode and the metal to be welded. The arc heats and melts the wire electrode, forming a join. The wire electrode is continuously fed as it melts.

    TIG welding is another arc welding method, utilising an electric arc between an electrode and the metal to be welded. However, during TIG welding, the electrode is not consumed - melting the metal to be welded instead. This weld pool is then protected by an inert shielding gas.

    What are the types of welded connections for structural steel?

    Typically, butt welds and fillet welds are the most common welds for structural steel. Butt welds are generally used for two surfaces being joined along the same plane - like a seam. On the other hand, a fillet weld joins two materials which lie perpendicular to one another.

    What is a coded welder?

    A coded welder is a certified welder up to a particular standard, as authorised by the completion of a Welding Approval Test. This certification approves a welder for a specific welding configuration.

    Our experienced team will go above and beyond when meeting your welding requirements. Get in touch today, to find out more about these specialist structural steel welding services.

    Beyond Our Structural Steel Welding Services...

    In addition to our Coded Welding and fabrication operations, the experienced engineers and fabricators at Bromsgrove Steel have expertise in performing cutting and drilling, rolling and bending. We offer finishing services to ensure products are suitable for their application, whether protected against external environmental factors, or to meet a design brief.

    Using only UKCA-marked structural steelwork, and completing quality checks prior to dispatch, Bromsgrove Steel ensures all project specifications and requirements are met.

    Our various forms of transportation enable us to safely deliver products to site, on time. We can do this for clientele across the UK.

    Bromsgrove Steel’s welding and manufacturing services are provided for residentialcommercial, and industrial projects. We fabricate all types of structures, including frames for buildings; ingress and egress features; flooring; gates; fencing; doors; alongside bespoke structures.

    Structural Steel Welding Services for a Residential Building