Professional welders at great rates

Skilled tradesmen and attention to detail is what BLV prides itself on. We provide precise and accurate products at competitive rates. We have multiple welding bays suitable for small intricate fabrication, all the way through to large structural components. Welding services provided:

  • Mig welding – thin sheet metal up to structural
  • Tig weldingaluminium and stainless steel

  • Spot welding
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Welding

Our metal fabrication services include…

Laser cutting machine

Laser cutting

Laser cutting services for metal, steel and aluminium.

Polishing

Polishing

Metal polishing designed to deliver those beautiful smooth surfaces.

Machining

Machining

Drilling, turning and milling to shape your metal as desired.

Galvanising

Galvanising

Zinc galvanisation to protect your steel from corrosion and rust.

Plasma Cutting

Oxy & plasma cutting

Oxy-acetylene and plasma cutting to suit various alloy types and designs.

Powder Coating

Powder coating

Powder coating to improve uniformity, durability & appearance.

Water jet cutting

Water jet cutting

Extremely accurate cold cutting with high tolerances and no heat.

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Mig Welding

Mig Welding

Mig welding is a process used to fuse metal pieces together using electricity and a filler rod containing the melted metal. It is also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding or Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW).

Mig welding is a fairly common procedure. A Mig welder operates by sending electricity through a small wire that then heats up to the point where it can melt two pieces of metal together. On some welders this power source has been replaced with an arc, which generates the same type of heat as a mig.

Welding can be a difficult and time-consuming process, but it’s necessary for many jobs.

Mig welding is the most common type of welding in the industry today, but it can be tricky to master. It takes a lot of practice to get good at this technique and even more patience when you’re learning how to weld with an arc welder.

Trust the Mig welding experts at BLV Engineering to complete your job on time and on budget, reach out to us today for a free quote!

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Tig Welding

Tig welding machines are used to fill gaps in the metal where other types of welding do not work well. These machines are highly versatile and can be used on a variety of materials, including aluminium. The machine’s filler wire acts as the torch to melt two pieces of metal together using an arc or another form of heating element. Tig welding is often considered more precise than traditional methods like MIG (Metal-Inert Gas) welding.

BLV Engineering specialises in all things tig welding; including project design and machine selection. Our customers know that if they want top-notch equipment, expert knowledge and experienced team members to handle their project, there’s no better place for them than BLV Engineering.

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Spot Welding

Spot Welding

Spot welding is the process of connecting metal pieces together by applying high pressure to a spot on one piece. Spot welding differs from MIG and TIG in that it is not electrically driven; instead, it uses hydraulics.

Spot welders can be helpful for when an item must be welded in a tight space or when there are many intricate obstructions like wires or rivets. The coaxial impact hammer drives down with enough force to fuse two materials together, but unlike other kinds of welding, the process is smaller and less noticeable in its application.

A typical machine will use compressed air to direct arcing onto two materials at high speeds (obtaining temperatures up to 5000°F). Once this has occurred, the hammer hits down on two materials in a way that the surfaces are forced together. To have an efficient welding process, it is important to select the appropriate weld bead type for your project.

How can you tell if you need Mig welding or TIG? What do the different types of welding look like when they’re completed? When should you consider spot welding? The good news is, the friendly team at BLV Engineering are happy to answer all these questions for you and ensure your project turns out exactly as you need it.

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