Metal bending can be a complex process, but not to our state of the art CNC press brake machines. From small and simple to giant four-metre folds on plate material, ICEE offers its clients high quality bending that delivers exceptional precision, reliability, and productivity, with dramatically reduced set-up and lead times.
Our metal bending service is available as a single process, in combination with other fabrication services, or as part of a total end-to-end fabrication package, meaning that we can virtually manufacture any metal enclosure or product you want, as well as provide you with all subsequent services, including installation, commissioning, maintenance and more.
Our fully equipped and modern welding shop, enables us to construct small to medium size fabrications in carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminium. While the majority of our work has previously revolved around sheet metal and plate material, we are certainly not restricted by them, and we will also undertake demanding sub-contracted projects that require special resources.
We pride ourselves with exceptional quality assurance and compliance. We strictly adhere to British Standard specifications and other recognised codes including Class 1 Coded Welding to BS EN 287-1 2011. What’s more, ICEE has been awarded Safe Contractor status and achieved stringent ISO 9001:2008 quality management accreditation
Our range of welding services includes conventional gas welding, metal inert gas (MIG) welding, tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding and spot welding, along with coded welding or specific applications, performed by highly skilled and qualified operators. We have the ability to weld a wide range of materials - from carbon and stainless steel to aluminium processing
MIG uses heat generated by a DC electric arc to fuse metal in the joint area. The benefits of the method include:
TIG welding is an arc welding process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce the weld. The benefits of the method include:
Spot welding is the welding of overlapping pieces of metals at small points by application of pressure and electric current. The benefits of this method include:
We know how important it is when investing in valuable assets to ensure that they are protected from damage and their life-span maximised. This is why, here at ICEE, we use the best plating, coating and finishing resources to ensure extreme durability of our products and bring peace of mind to our clients about the safety and longevity of what we supply.
Providing high quality service is of utmost priority to our team, which is why we wanted to establish a fine balance between having some of our plating and coating processes completed in-house and, as appropriate, some performed by high-quality external contractors. In-house or external, we apply the strictest controls and testing to ensure that the customer’s specification is met fully and that the end product is safe, protected, and of high-quality.
We have the ability to process small parts and large assemblies, one-off or in high volume, including on-site work at the customer’s location. Our wide range of metal finishing includes:
Here at ICEE, as a managed service, we can expertly assemble, test, warehouse, and deliver your products. Our product assembly service is completely flexible and designed to meet your specific needs. We have the capability to assemble products at our premises from free-issues parts you supply us with, or with our own products, fabricated onsite. Based on your specification and supply chain requirements, our experienced in-house purchasing team will also procure and stock any necessary bought-out component parts or equipment.
Our expert engineers are able to assemble everything from: