MACO INCORPORATED provides a complete AISC certified package inclusive of detailed “Shop" drawings, fabrication, in process inspection, delivery and installation services.
MACO INCORPORATED's Beam Line Facility was designed and built specifically to efficiently fabricate structural steel and structural steel components.
MACO INCORPORATED understands that attention to detail is key and has adopted the policy of receiving and identifying materials in accordance with ISO 9001:2015, AISC and ASME standards. All Materials used in the production process are identified, recorded and maintained in a master file along with test reports, manufacturers test reports and certificates of compliance.
MATERIAL TRACEABILITY IS A PRIORITY
MACO INCORPORATED's Beam Line Facility was designed and built specifically to efficiently fabricate structural steel components. Equipped with the latest beam / saw CNC technology, the structural drill line provides powerful drive capacity in a compact footprint. Patented roller feed technology, multi-spindle, pin point accuracy and capable of processing steel 1100 x 460 mm / 44" x 18" with a maximum wt. 8165 kg / 18,000 lbs.
Structural steel components are moved directly from the Cut and Drill operation into the Fabrication area. Here components are fitted and welded according to customer specifications. MACO Incorporated utilizes up to 32 welding stations. Our AWS certified welders are proficient in MIG, Stick and Flux Core, as well as special alloys such as Hastalloy and Inconel while adhering to strict re-certification schedules.
MACO Incorporated frequently has customer requirements for specific surface preparations. Cleaning and surface preparation can require a simple wipe down to a full blast and will be in accordance with SSPC project specifications and paint manufacturer recommendations. The MACO Wheelabration system provides for SSPC-SP5, SSPC-SP6, SSPC-SP7 and SSPC-SP10. Our quality control will randomly inspect at intervals to assure quality.
MACO Incorporated is accredited with the AISC Certification for "Complex Coating". With the variety of industries we serve, a multitude of coatings and specifications must be satisfied. If requirements call for a general shop primer, acrylic universal primer, polyurethane primer or a zinc rich primer, appropriate mils will be applied per specification. Mid and top coats required are also specific to your need, enamels, epoxy, resins and urethanes along with other coatings ranging from single to multiple parts and coats. As with any paint specification, optimum conditions must exist. Relative humidity, ambient temperature, and surface temperature are recorded on a "Daily Paint Bay Log " when painting is being performed. Dew points are also checked when required by contract specification.