Stainless Steel Processing

Our plants have the capacity to process stainless steel to suit the unique specifications of our clients.
Our machineries can fabricate in bulk and offer customers a full catalogue of stainless steel products of varying sizes.
Our products are tested to guarantee the authenticity of each stainless steel products.


1. Polishing   2. Forming   3. Cutting   4. Stamping   5. Perforation   6. Slitting



X-ray fluorescence (XRF) elemental analyzer spectrometer

The mere specification of a type of stainless steel grade for exterior architectural application is not in itself sufficient. Neither is its sheen nor texture will give one an assurance

As part of our quality control, we use the x-ray fluorescence elemental analyzer spectrometer, for metal analysis. It is a real-time compliance testing. Whether you happen to be sorting or doing a routine maintenance in a plant, this is perfect tool for positive material identification.


Flaring test

AA section of a tube will be flared with a tool to form a 60o wide in the opening of the tube. If after flaring, the tubes did not show any signs of cracks, dents and imperfections, then the set of tubes had passed the test. Such method is done to check the strength of welding line.


Hydro test

A hydrostatic test is performed by using water as the test medium. Performed under controlled conditions, a tube will be internally pressurized with air while submerged in water and is observed for leakage. Welded fabrications are frequently hydrotested for pressure tightness .


Tensile test

A standard test piece is gripped at either end by a suitable apparatus. A machine slowly exerts an axial pull so that the steel is stretched until it breaks. The test provides information on proof stress, yield point, tensile strength, elongation and reduction of area


Flattening test

Flattening test mainly serves to detect internal and external flaws. It involves compressing a tubular ring between two planes placed parallel to a predetermined distance. Incipient cracks and internal or external defects which occur as result of this process are not permissible. The flattening test is conducted as described in ASTM A450 / ASTM A530-