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Client: MYCOM
Project: Oil Separator Packages
Location: Pressure Welding Australia – Workshop

 

In 2016, Pressure Welding Australia had a please in completing the project of fabrication and welding of carbon steel 762mm oil separators. The construction was to comply with AS 1210 and welded using GTAW, SAW, GMAW; all in accordance with AS3992. The four separators were welded to the highest standards and were completed in 6 week turnaround.

  • Welding personnel compliant with AS1796
  • Welding compliant to AS3992
  • Pressure Equipment Manufacture AS4458
  • Boiler and Pressure Vessels AS1210, AS1228
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