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Wichita Falls, TX

(940) 761-5050

Custom Fabrication Services

KALCO Machine & Manufacturing’s expansive facility houses a fabrication weld shop capable of producing both turnkey and custom fabrication services of the highest quality. Each step of the fabrication process undergoes strict quality control measures to ensure all industry standards are met within budget and on time.  

Comprehensive Fabrication and Welding Shop

KALCO Machine & Manufacturing offers comprehensive fabrication and welding services throughout Northern Texas and beyond. KALCO’s dedicated team expertly crafts its clients’ products, ensuring each part meets or exceeds the industry standards. As an ISO 9001:2015 and ASME-certified facility, KALCO has rapidly built a reputation for excellence in customer service and dedication to quality.

Fabrication and Assembly Services

From simple welds to the complex assembly of mechanical components, KALCO has the tools, equipment, and expertise to provide a full range of  fabrication and assembly services. Continued access to training and education allows each highly skilled craftsman to ensure absolute quality within budget and on time. 

Welding Fabrication Services at KALCO

KALCO Machine & Manufacturing firmly believes in providing its clients with the highest quality welding services. Their ASME-certified welders use the industry’s latest technology and techniques to create precise solutions designed to meet each client’s needs. KALCO’s vast facility includes in-house hydrostatic testing up to 10,000 PSI to ensure absolute quality every time. 

ASME Certified Welding Services

KALCO proudly employs some of the industry’s most talented professionals. Their welding experts are certified in multiple welding processes, including MIG, TIG, and Sub-Arc welding. KALCO’s shop capabilities allow them to handle large and complex projects in a range of metals.

MIG (Metal Inert Gas)

MIG welding uses a special wire that creates sparks as it is continually fed into the welding gun. These sparks superheat the wire, which feeds the welding pool. MIG welding is often employed with thicker materials or larger projects because it deposits additional material into the area, improving durability. 

TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas)

Unlike MIG welding, TIG welding superheats the actual workpiece, fusing the two parts together. This type of welding method is ideal for thinner materials and smaller projects. TIG welding also offers more precise welds.

Sub-Arc (Submerged Arc)

Sub-Arc welding uses a material called flux to protect the weld instead of the inert gas in MIG and TIG welding. This flux also allows KALCO’s expert welders to produce high-quality, durable welds with deeper penetration than other options. 

KALCO’s commitment to providing exceptional results for its customers includes value-added services that reduce production costs and increase speed of delivery. To learn more, please contact KALCO Machine & Manufacturing today!