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3 Reasons to Choose Stainless Steel

According to the Specialty Steel Industry of North America (SSINA), stainless steel is an iron-based alloy containing a minimum of 10.5% chromium. Assuming there is sufficient exposure to oxygen and the surface is adequately prepared, an invisible protective passive chromium-rich oxide film automatically forms, improving the corrosion resistance and durability of the material. That, along...

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Welding Processes Used for Water Piping

An experienced, licensed welding company can help municipalities and businesses maintain water piping, making necessary repairs as needed. We can also install new materials to improve existing pipelines or increase the mileage covered. According to National Geographic, in 2014, there were twenty-six miles of water supply mains for every mile of interstate highway. However, the U.S....

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A Closer Look at Metal Fabrication

If you have ever traveled on State Highway 188, you have likely seen the Theodore Roosevelt Lake Bridge, which connects Maricopa and Gila Counties. The steel-arched bridge spans 1,080 feet across Roosevelt Lake providing two-way traffic. Like most infrastructure – bridges, buildings, stadiums, etc. – the bridge’s 1990 construction would not have been possible without metal...

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Steel Fabrication Welding Processes

Taking raw materials like stainless steel and turning those into practical items or components is known as steel fabrication. Vic’s Welding Co.’s experienced, licensed welders will use one of two welding processes – either MIG or TIG, and custom-build products according to your exact specifications on schedule and within budget. What is Steel Fabrication? As mentioned...

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The Advantages of Steel Fabrication

Steel fabrication refers to the cutting, bending, and assembling of steel to create products and build infrastructure. Structural steel is the preferred material choice as it provides many advantages for welders, builders, and architects. While the following advantages are not meant to be exhaustive – many more benefits exist – here are the top three you...

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Happy Holidays from Vic’s Welding CO!

“Small CHEER and great WELCOME makes a MERRY feast.” ~ William Shakespeare From the Vic’s Welding Co., LLC.’s family to yours, sending you warm wishes for Happy Holidays and a New Year filled with success. Vic’s Welding Co., LLC. is a licensed and insured welding and metal fabrication company serving residential and commercial clients in the...

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Steel Fabrication Standard Terms

Steel fabrication is the preferred method of joining raw materials together to form a product. It is used in the construction of buildings, bridges, and other essential structures. Here are some of the most common terms you may hear associated with steel fabrication. MIG Welding MIG welding uses a consumable electrode continuously fed through a welding...

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Welding Processes Showdown: MIG vs. TIG

The fabrication of structural steel has played a pivotal role in the construction of the world’s infrastructure, both in ancient and present times, as it creates structures that are equally durable and sustainable. The two most common welding techniques are metal inert gas (MIG) and tungsten inert gas (TIG). While similarities exist, there are noticeable differences in...

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