The Halvorsen Company is a custom steel fabrication specialist for contract engineering businesses. Since 1952, we have earned an excellent reputation with engineering firms because of the quality of the steel and alloy products, components, parts and ASME pressure vessels that we design, engineer and build.
We understand that high quality workmanship, meeting delivery schedules and value are important to our engineering clients. Our metalworking experience, custom industrial equipment fabrication services, specialized equipment, heavy steel fabrication capabilities, and ASME code pressure vessel design, engineering and manufacturing services are just a few of the reasons why engineering companies and materials and metallurgical engineering
consultants rely on Halvorsen to complete their steel fabrication projects or pressure vessel construction projects on time. Our skilled craftsman can build replacement parts or components and can create finished fabrications for industrial and commercial engineering businesses.
If you represent an engineering company and you would like more information or want to get an estimate or quote for custom steel fabrication services or ASME code pressure vessel manufacturing services, call 1-800-423-7080 and ask for Justin Frick or a Sales Engineer or email email@example.com.
Key steel fabrication services that we perform for engineering operations include CAD design, plate bending, mechanical engineering, manufacturing of wear resistant components, ASME pressure vessel fabrication, heat exchanger construction, plate rolling, plate forming, metal forming, cold forming, hot forming, steel plate fabrication, welding, heat treating, plate cutting and plate straightening. We have the capabilities, industry experience and specialized equipment needed to form, cut, machine, process and join most types of heavy steel, alloy steel or metal. Engineering firms want to work with experts in the heavy steel fabrication industry and this is why they hire The Halvorsen Company.
The Halvorsen Company has become a valued supplier of steel and alloy fabrication and design services, custom designed tanks and custom built ASME code pressure vessels for companies that have engineering service contracts throughout the Midwestern United States.
The Halvorsen Company processes a variety of materials for engineering operations including stainless steel, carbon steel, carbon alloy, nickel alloy, aluminum, copper, brass, heat resistant alloys, corrosion resistant alloys, abrasion resistant alloys, non-ferrous steel and chrome carbide overlay plates.
For over five decades, The Halvorsen Company has met the ASME Section VIII, Division 1 specifications for fabricating pressure vessels. We have gained invaluable experience building ASME code pressure vessels and other heavy steel components from a wide range of materials for engineering firms in the heavy equipment industry.
We work with engineering contractors to fabricate high-temperature pressure vessels and tanks from high-nickel and exotic alloys. The products we build for engineering contractors are commonly used in applications operating at over 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit, while our fabricated components for nitric acid processes can effectively operate at over 1,600 degrees Fahrenheit. Our Quality Control and Assurance Program combined with advanced welding operations enable our company to fabricate long lasting pressure vessels and other custom heavy steel components.
We provide engineering contracting companies, steel fabrication engineers and contractors with with single parts, custom heavy steel manufacturing, complex build-to-print fabrications, metal fabricating, stainless steel fabrications, flame cut steel parts, ASME pressure vessel code (BPVC) construction services, custom equipment and custom component solutions. The quality standards of our close tolerance steel and alloy ASME code fabrications are extremely high.
Our engineers and fabricators can work from plans, drawings or CAD designs supplied by structural engineering consultants, mechanical engineering companies, engineers working in the heavy industry sector and construction engineering consultants. We can also provide design and engineering services to build the parts, components or equipment that meet your specific fabricating requirements.
We use a variety of techniques and equipment to complete heavy steel fabrications and metal fabrication projects including laser and plasma cutting, heat treating, heavy plate rolling and welding, long press brake forming, contour beveling and hot and cold forming. The Halvorsen Company provides manufacturing, fabricating, and consulting services to heavy steel engineering customers and for heavy engineering projects and products.
The steel fabrications, pressure vessels and tanks, steel and alloy segments, heavy wall rolled and welded cylinders and cones, hot and cold formed large heavy steel sections and custom steel components that we produce in collaboration with contracted engineering businesses are used in heavy industrial applications throughout the United States.
For more information about the services that we provide for heavy industry engineering firms, please click on one of the following links; Press Brake Forming and Bending, Custom Fabrication Services, Design, Engineering, CAD Drawings and Material Selection, Component and Pressure Vessel Repair Services, Welding and Weld Repair, Heat Treating, Stress Relieving, Normalizing and Annealing, Plate Burning, Shearing, and Beveling, ASME Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC) Construction, Plate Flattening, Straightening and Cutting, Plate/Component Blasting and Painting, Testing, Inspection and Metallurgical Services, and Machining.
To get an estimate for custom steel fabrication services or ASME code pressure vessel fabrication services for your engineering company or consultancy, to submit a design or CAD drawing, request a quote or submit an RFQ, ask a sales engineer a question, discuss your current project, place a fabrication order or to schedule a tour of our facilities, please call 1-800-423-7080 and ask for Justin Frick or a Sales Engineer or email firstname.lastname@example.org.