At Burnhouse Engineering all fabrication work produced to the highest quality according to BSEN 1090-2.
Enjoy maximum flexibility and fast turnaround for batch orders of fabricated metal parts, with Burnhouse Engineering’s in-house laser cutting and folding technology.
Better laser cutting precision
- CNC fibre laser cutting technology produces profiles of 18mm carbon steel and 8mm of stainless and will cut aluminum, copper and brass
- Programmed tolerances of +/- 0.25mm or better deliver faster turnaround with precision – ideal for emergency breakdowns and batch bracket production
- Parts are programmed to feed directly from CNC laser cutting into CNC brake press for a seamless and fast batch production of parts.
Faster folding technology
- An 80 ton brake press produces large volume, repetitive parts such as brackets with pace and precision
- It offers greater value as production capacity is increased to 10mm at 1000mm wide and up to 4mm at 2500mm wide
- Automation of pre-set back marks produces faster turnaround while folding.
Together the new laser cutting, folding technology, and increased capacity delivers a faster, more precise turnaround.
We specialise in problem solving offering friendly and helpful advice throughout your project from start to finish. Fabrication can be undertaken on customer sites as well as in our workshop, with installation of the finished product. Parts can be shot blasted and treated with your specified protective coating if required.
Using our expertise and appropriate materials we will recommend value engineering without deviation from your original concept.
Projects include tanks, platforms, walkways, access platforms, guards and conveyors. We fabricate and fit architectural steelwork including public realm projects such as a stainless steel curved fence at Rose Park and the Gatekeeper picture frame sited at Glasgow Gorbals, which posed engineering challenges to achieve a sleek finish while remaining structurally sound.
There is no end to what we can achieve at Burnhouse Engineering some of our recent work has included;