24/7 Breakdown Welder Repairs
Our complete customer transparency and customer support throughout this process ensures Lenoch Engineering are trusted by clients across the globe for the provision of optimised parts and componentry.
Weld repairs can be undertaken on-site with the help of our mobile unit, allowing us to minister to in-situ repairs and time-sensitive cases.
Lenoch Engineering provides a 24/7 response for emergency breakdown services, including weld repairs, making certain we can support clients during unexpected and scheduled downtime.
Our inspection and testing facilities ensure weld repairs are performed to the highest standard, rebuilding and repairing parts for top performance within their application. Inspections are carried out on a Faro Arm, for parts up to 3m in diameter.
Our weld repair operations are available for many types of metals, including dissimilar metals. We offer coded TIG, MIG, stick, and oxy for a reliable and durable repair.
Lenoch Engineering works with various industries, including commercial and industrial sectors, for the repair of large and small worn and damaged parts.
We specialise in various types of weld repair, including:
- MIG welding (Metal Inert Gas): MIG welding is a commonly used process that utilises a continuous wire electrode to join metals. It is known for its speed and versatility, making it suitable for various applications, including automotive repairs, fabrication, and general welding.
- TIG welding (Tungsten Inert Gas): TIG welding is a precise and intricate process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to create the weld. It offers excellent control over the heat input and produces high-quality welds. TIG welding is often chosen for critical applications such as aerospace, medical equipment, and artistic metalwork.
- Stick welding (Shielded Metal Arc Welding - SMAW): Stick welding is a robust and versatile method that uses a consumable electrode coated in flux. It is commonly used for welding thick sections of steel and is suitable for outdoor and challenging environments.
- Flux-cored arc welding (FCAW): FCAW is a variation of MIG welding that uses a tubular wire filled with flux. This method allows for welding in various positions and performs well on thick materials, making it ideal for heavy-duty repairs, construction, and shipbuilding.