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At YORGRIP we offer full, custom fabrication and welding services in aluminium and stainless steel.

With over 50 years of aluminium fabrication experience, we have accumulated vast knowledge and expertise when manufacturing this versatile metal. We work hard to deliver superior aluminium and stainless-steel fabrications. Our services and processes are all backed up by our quality management certification ISO 9001 2015.

With decades of in-house aluminium fabrication process and manufacturing experience, we use our highly trained staff and specialist welding techniques to deliver quality, bespoke services for our customers. Our factory is well equipped with modern tools and CNC machinery to enable us to follow strict quality control processes and ensure professional finishing techniques are achieved. Our skilled engineers can fabricate anything from aluminium gantries, and aluminium walkways, to decorative shop units, powder coating; bar and restaurant fittings in a modern, metal, industrial design. When it comes to aluminium fabrication there is nothing that YORGRIP won’t tackle.

Why choose aluminium for your fabrication projects?

Aluminium is a lightweight and a highly malleable metal in contrast to stainless steel, which makes it perfect for a wide variety of fabrication designs – especially those with weight considerations like our bespoke safety platforms that provide access to the top of road tankers.

The benefits of aluminium over other materials:

Robust: Aluminium naturally generates its own protective coating. Aluminium’s resistance to corrosion and weathering make it an ideal metal for outdoor fabrications.

Versatile: Aluminium can be used in a vast array of fabrication projects. This metal can be welded, machined, and formed with precision to create a variety of shapes and sizes. Our engineers are highly trained when bending and welding aluminium to ensure a strong, neat, and precise bond is achieved.

Sleek and stylish: Modern in appearance, aluminium can be powderr coated with any colour and with any surface finish. The natural appearance of this metal will also complement a modern industrial interior. Ideal material for interior and exterior projects.

Lightweight yet solid: Aluminium metal weighs less than steel and yet retains much of its strength. The lightweight properties of aluminium also make it easier and safer for manual handling. This metal is also cheaper to transport than other materials.

Over the years our large customer base has allowed us to evolve into new areas of cost effective fabrication in aluminium. We have completed many quality, complex fabrication, and welding projects for an extensive range of companies large and small. We pride ourselves on working with care and precision to produce a quality product offering high end finishing techniques to meet the design requirements of our customers.

Our Aluminium fabrication projects and services

No other metals can compare to aluminium when it comes to its variety of uses; and when it comes to aluminium fabrication services the YORGRIP team are the experts.

Here are a few examples of the diverse fabrication work and services we undertake here at YORGRIP:

Furniture: the fabrication of chairs, stools and tables with a modern industrial design
Degreasing equipment: the fabrication of stainless steel and aluminium baskets to be used in industrial washing machines

– Aluminium and stainless-steel heating coils

– The fabrication of elaborate aluminium circus equipment

– Fairground and play equipment designed in aluminium and stainless steel.

– Staging for large concert arenas fabricated using YORGRIP’s unique safety grip design

– Milk tanker ladders fabricated in aluminium and stainless steel.

– Made to fit safety platforms fabricated in aluminium to your specific design.

– Welding equipment: stainless and mild steel protection frames

– Stainless steel vacuum vessels

– Bespoke barriers and handrails designed for the top of road tankers.

– Aluminium doors, door frames, and window frames

walkway fabrication

Why choose YORGRIP for your fabrication projects?

When it comes to fabrication services YORGRIP are the company to trust with your production designs.

With our vast knowledge and highly skilled staff, quality tooling and CNC machines we can work with precision from detailed drawings and designs to rough sketches for one-off unit projects. We offer MIG, TIG and MMA welding services in both stainless steel and aluminium and we have the capacity to service large quantity production orders. No fabrication job is too big or too small.

Contact the YORGRIP team now on 01274 668699 to see what fabrication services we can offer you and your business.

Aluminum fabrication refers to the process of manufacturing aluminum structures or components by cutting, bending, welding, and assembling raw aluminum materials. This can include creating aluminum sheets, tubes, or profiles, and then forming them into finished products such as aircraft parts, automotive components, building materials, and more.
Yes, fabrication is different from welding. Welding is a specific process of joining two or more pieces of metal by melting and fusing them together, using heat and pressure. Fabrication, on the other hand, involves the entire process of creating a metal structure or component from raw materials, including cutting, bending, shaping, and assembling the pieces, which may or may not involve welding. Welding is just one of the many techniques used in metal fabrication.
An aluminum fabricator is a skilled professional who works with aluminum and other metals to create structures, components, and products. Their job involves reading blueprints or drawings, cutting, bending, and shaping raw materials, welding or joining pieces together, and assembling finished products. They may also be involved in finishing work such as polishing, painting, or coating the aluminum to protect it from corrosion or wear. Aluminum fabricators may work in a variety of industries such as aerospace, automotive, construction, and manufacturing.