Our Work

Our Work
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What We Do


StructuralFarm buildingsPlatforms & walkwaysStairs & laddersPipe works & tanks


Pipe works & tanksCanopies & sheltersGates, railings & rub railsBalconiesBalustrade & hand railingUrinals & sinksStairs & ladders

Pharmaceuticaland Foods

Rub railsCanteensLocker roomsUrinals & sinksPipe work & tanksCanopies & sheltersStairs & ladders


BalconiesBalustradeGates, fences & railings

Our Manufacturing Processes

Laser Cutti​ng
Laser Cutting is
a non-contact process which utilizes a laser to cut materials,
resulting in high quality, dimensionally accurate cuts. The process works by
directing the laser beam
through a nozzle to the workpiece. A combination of heat and pressure creates
the cutting action.

Plasma Cutting
Plasma cutting is
a process that cuts through
electrically conductive materials by means of an accelerated jet of hot plasma. Typical materials cut with a plasma torch include steel,
stainless steel, aluminium, brass and copper, although other conductive metals
may be cut as well. 

Polishing and
Deburring abrasives
act like hundreds of tiny files, breaking down sharp burrs. Radiusing, a
related finishing technique, grinds sharp edges down to creat​e smooth, round
contours. Polishing removes
metal with an abrasive belt or grinding material, and it is the technique of
choice when removing large pieces of metal.

Press Break
A press brake is a machine pressing
tool for bending sheet and plate material, most commonly sheet metal. It forms
predetermined bends by clamping the workpiece between a matching punch and die.