Here at ICEE, all our welding services are based on the highest industry standards. When designing and fabricating a product, welding is often an essential part of the process, ensuring that the material remains sturdy and the design meets the specified requirements.
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.
Range of welding packages
Welding is available as a stand-alone service, in combination with other fabrication services, or as part of a total end-to-end manufacturing package, which offers significant cost saving benefits to our clients. The service is also available as part of our bespoke enclosures solution.
Highly qualified experts
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 welding services
ICEE’s 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.
When choosing us you will benefit from:
- Comprehensive, modern facilities – well organised and extremely efficient
- Highly qualified operators – we invest in the best training for our welders
- Coded welding services – Class 1 Coded Welding to BS EN 287-1 2011
- MIG, TIG and spot welding – different methods for different requirements
- Ability to weld a wide range of materials – carbon and stainless steel, aluminium processing
- Scale of capabilities – from small engineering parts to large structures for the construction industry
- Flexible production – one-off, batch or volume production
- Safe and reliable – we rigorously test our work
Our welding methods and specific benefits
Metal Inert Gas Welding (MIG)
MIG uses heat generated by a DC electric arc to fuse metal in the joint area. The benefits of the method include:
- Extremely versatile process that can weld a wide variety of metals and alloys
- Offers quicker turn-around times, due to the higher productivity of the method and its simplicity
- The method makes it easy to produce neat weld runs
Tungsten Inert Gas Welding (TIG)
TIG welding is an arc welding process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce the weld. The benefits of the method include:
- Production of high-quality and low-distortion welds
- Ability to weld almost all metals and metal alloys in use today, including dissimilar ones
- Gives precise control of welding heat, therefore, delivering better quality of weld
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:
- Fast and easy process that offers quick turnaround times on a low cost
- Has the ability to weld very thin sheets of metal
- Distortion or warping of parts is eliminated