Watch as expert fabricator and welder, Jim Oberlander hand torches vent holes for galvanizing (with an oxy acetylene flame) on industrial tube steel. Oberlander’s highly skilled in welding fabrication, project management and metal craftsmanship. Yet he puts down the pen and picks up the torch to take welding and fabrication breaks since metal fabrication is his expertise and hobby. Oberlander views his work as a way to set the standard for quality custom fabrication at Pro Weld’s welding shop.
These are imperfect circles for the purposes of galvanizing vent holes only. Pro Weld typically uses torching guides and tools for precisely cut circles, but for galvanizing vent purposes, the imperfect circles are sufficient.
See one part of the fabrication process as Oberlander torches circular cut outs without the use of torch cutting guides on three square tubes of steel.
These industrial tube steel pieces were welded, sanded, and torched in our White City facility, then delivered to a PUD project on the Oregon Coast. The weight alone per square tube steel is impressive demanding use of Pro Weld’s 5-ton overhead cranes. The fabrication of this project was completed in the Rogue Valley weld shop near Medford, Oregon in less than a month from start to finish.
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