Industrial Welding Services
Leveled is a full-service welding and metal fabrication company located in Monee, IL, serving the greater Chicagoland as well as Northwest Indiana. From small parts to large, we provide top-quality work in our state-of-the-art welding facility, or on-site with our mobile fleet.
Also known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), this process can be used to join nearly all metals at a very high quality. One of the benefits of tig welding is the ability to weld without using filler metal, however, the travel speeds and deposition rates are low which makes this a more costly process.
Stick Welding, or Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) is one of the most common and cost-effective arc welding processes. It’s a really forgiving process in terms of the environment of work, suitable for most metals and alloys and is less affected by wind or rain.
Plasma cutting is a process we turn to when we need to cut fast with precision cut quality. Since the gases used aren’t highly flammable, it also offers a safer process which is a concern in certain work environments.
Brazing is the technique of using a metal filler to create a joint between two base metal pieces. Technically, not welding, but it has its place and in certain situations can create a stronger bond than traditional welding.
We’re well versed and fully equipped to take on any welding job you’d request. Find a few of our most common welding applications below.
Pipe welding is the process of joining two pipes together using various welding methods such as Stick Welding, MIG & TIG welding, and various other welding and fabrication techniques.
As tank welders, we can fabricate to spec or repair existing tanks using various welding techniques and other processes like grinding, buffing, and chipping. Typically, we work with material containers and tanks used for fluid storage.
Also known as hardfacing, this process attaches a stronger metal to a base material in order to create more of a wear-resistance on metal parts using a variety of welding procedures such as: arc welding, oxyacetylene welding, or plasma or laser welding.
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