PIPE SHOP FABRICATION CAPABILITIES
- 48,000 sq. ft. brand new manufacturing plant and offices
- Capacity Per Month— Single Shift
- 750 – 1000 spools
- (3) Bays — 50 ft by 250 ft
- (3) 5 TON Bride Cranes
- Column and jib cranes
Inventory of standard stock material on-site which is in designated enterprise zone
Materials: Ferrous and Non-ferrous materials of multiple types
Automated robotic welding and cutting equipment. The all new Vernon Cutter and Rotoweld system.
Vernon Tool MPM
The Vernon Tool MPM is a robust and proven pipe profiling solution that has been known to last 50+ years in the field. The build and design of this industrial CNC pipe cutting machine will be sure to stand the test of time in some of the harshest cutting environments on the planet. Whether your pipe cutting application requires oxy-fuel or high definition plasma cutting, you can rely on the Vernon Tool MPM to consistently provide high quality beveled and weld prep ready cuts.
eSPL Manufacturing Resource Planning
Word Industries has many years of experience and we are now combing that with a new software integration eSPL.
eSPL supports Industrial Operations by providing optimized control for detailed engineering, materials supply chain, production controls, inspection, shipping & electronic documentation.
- Control of entire Fabrication Program (from receipt of isometrics to delivery of complete piping systems)
- Integration of engineering data (isometrics, spool drawings, specifications, procedures) through data import from engineering design systems (SP3D, PDS, PDMS, CADWORX, Isogen/Spoolgen, etc…)
- Management and Control of Materials Supply-Chain (from requisition to receipt and traceability of MTRs)
- Control of Production, Production Forecast, Inspection/NDE, Shipments,
- Documentation Control, Automatic Generation of Electronic Doc. Packs,
- Reporting with Paperless Environment
The core of the Rotoweld technology is its unique vision-based penetration control system. It enables any operator to perform high-quality girth welds after just a few hours of training.
Like the welder’s eyes and hands, the system continuously analyzes the image of the root weld pool picked up by a video camera integrated into the welding arm. Unique algorithms use this information to adjust welding parameters, such as travel speed, wire feed rate, arc voltage or weaving width. This constantly adapts the process to varying conditions, such as changes in gap, alignment, root face or temperature. The computer’s fast reaction time means the machine can work at high deposition rates and travel speeds at which weld pool conditions are too critical to be sustained by hand.